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Miley Cyrus Gives In to 'Popular Demand,' Officially Releases Blondie 'Heart of Glass' Cover

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Vijat Mohindra

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus captured everyone's hearts and ears when she rocked out to Blondie's No. 1 hit "Heart of Glass" during the iHeartRadio Music Festival 2020 earlier this month. Now, she's letting fans hold onto that moment by releasing her cover on streaming services Tuesday (Sept. 29).

The pop star announced on her social media it was "by popular demand" that she makes it available everywhere. When she asked her social media followers on Sunday, Adam Lambert, Paris Hilton and more begged her to drop it. Hours before she made the announcement, UFC fighter Julian Marquez tweeted that if Cyrus dropped her cover on digital platforms as highly requested, he would walk out to it on Nov. 14.

Following her iHeartRadio Festival performance on Sept. 19, Blondie's lead singer Debbie Harry gave it the new wave band's stamp of approval. "We think @MileyCyrus nailed it," the official Blondie Twitter account wrote.

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Stream her cover of "Heart of Glass" below.