Miley Cyrus calls on fans to gay kiss at London concert

We Can't Stop singer says London is her favorite city in the world to perform because she 'loves the gay scene' there

Miley Cyrus calls on fans to gay kiss at London concert
07 May 2014

Miley Cyrus called on fans to kiss someone of the same-sex at her concert in London last night (6 May).

The shocking songstress played her opening night at London’s O2 arena and the We Can’t Stop singer did not disappoint.

According to fans, she got loads of people of the same sex to kiss in the audience and displayed them on a giant screen.

It followed a speech about how important it was to be yourself and embrace individuality.

‘So amazing to see gay couples at Miley Cyrus kissing on the kiss cam!’ one fan wrote on Twitter.

And another added:

The performance was one of her first since a setback with illness, a ‘severe allergic reaction’ that has heavily delayed her Bangerz tour.

Last year, the 21-year-old singer said London was her favorite city in the world because she loved the gay scene.

‘My favorite place to perform is London, because I have never seen more gay people in my whole life,’ she told Bang Showbiz.

‘When I go to London that’s what it is. I feel like they are so much more open, much more than here in the US where they’re feeling trapped, where it’s like, “Can I even say I believe in gay marriage? Can I say that my favourite fans are my gay fans?’”

‘Am I allowed to say that, because half of America is still against it?

‘It’s like, I just feel like when I go to Europe, I feel very free with my fan base.’

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