Boston radio station KISS 108 aired segments claiming Cyrus was set to perform, when she was actually stranded in New York
Leading up to Boston's KISS 108 Jingle Ball, fans had plenty of reason to believe headliner Miley Cyrus would be performing. Although Winter Storm Electra had left the singer stranded in New York, the radio station continued to air segments claiming that she was already inside the TD Garden on Dec. 14.
"She's about to go onstage and soundcheck; we'll bring it to you live," claimed one sound clip, with the speaker claiming to be outside her dressing room. Another radio personality claimed to have just bumped into Cyrus after tripping over one of her dancers. Another speaker gushed, "It's kind of surreal when you're just walking backstage and you literally, bump into Selena Gomez or Miley Cyrus or Fallout Boy. They're all here."
Except one of them wasn't. Although Cyrus and KISS 108 had tweeted the unfortunate news before the concert concluded, much of the audience didn't realize the headliner wouldn't be taking the stage until a loudspeaker announcement after next-to-last performer Enrique Iglesias exited the stage: "Thank You all for coming to the Jingle Ball. Due to weather Miley Cyrus could not appear."