Miley Cyrus, Adam Lambert, Demi Lovato & More Perform at ‘VH1 Divas’

December 16, 2012 9:51 pm

Our favorite stars rocked the house at Sunday night’s “VH1 Divas 2012“.

Adam Lambert Covers Fiasco Magazine & Performs With Cyndi Lauper

Live from Los Angeles, the annual celebration benefiting VH1 Save The Music had our favorite ladies (can’t forget about Pitbull and host Adam Lambert too) bringing beauty, elegance and talent to the stage. For those who missed out, here are five moments we can’t stop talking about!

5. Demi Lovato’s Performance
X-Factor” mentor Demi Lovato appeared from the top of the building and made her way onstage for her performance of “Give Your Heart A Break“.

4. Tribute To Donna Summer
Host Adam Lambert joined Kelly Rowland and Keri Hilson for an energetic medley of Donna Summer‘s top tunes.  Featuring hit singles “Bad Girls”, “She Works Hard For The Money”, “Hot Stuff”, “Last Dance” and more, the threesome’s performance would have made the Queen of Disco proud.

3. Adam Lambert’s Love For Madonna
“I’ve been a proud Madonna fan for quite some time and have always really looked up to her as a show person, someone who knew how to put on a number,” Adam said before his performance Sunday night. The “American Idol” runner-up definitely showed off some Madonna-like skills when he sang her classic tune, “Ray Of Light“.

2. Tribute To Whitney Houston
“VH1 Divas” wouldn’t have been complete without a tribute to the late Whitney Houston. Jordin Sparks, Ledisi and Melanie Fiona delivered a stellar performance in honor of the late singer known for her strong, powerful voice. Featuring “How Will I Know” and “I’m Every Woman“, the medley reminded us all of the star talent gone too soon.

1. Miley Cyrus Covers Billy Idol
It was the performance we couldn’t wait to see! After a well-deserved break, Miley Cyrus hit the stage to cover Billy Idol‘s “Rebel Yell“. With her rocker outfit and killer voice, Miley proved she still has the skills to put on a great performance. Here’s for more Miley music in 2013!


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