Miley Cyrus Finally Reveals When Her Kid Laroi Remix Will Drop

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Miley Cyrus performs at Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2021 broadcast on Dec. 31, 2020 and Jan. 1, 2021.

After a week of playful teases, Miley Cyrus finally revealed when she will drop her remix of The Kid LAROI's "Without You." The song will be released on April 30 and Miley celebrated by previewing the anime-inspired cover art. In it, the Australian teen sensation is depicted with star-filled, saucer-shaped eyes and a face and neck covered with Band-Aids as he holds on to a pink heart plastered with smiley and frowny faces, more bandages and tiny flowers.

In case you weren't sure, he has a "hello my name is... LAROI" sticker in his voluminous locks as Miley, with smiley face and skull stickers in her hair, stares from the distance with a longing look. Miley also posted another sneak peek at the song via a dizzying clip in which the pair sing the song's chorus as the camera flips them from side to side in a dizzying manner.

On Wednesday (April 21), Miley teased the collab by sneaking into LAROI's car while he wasn't looking and sent him him a video of her apparent trespass. She at least tried to go incognito in oversized sunglasses and a fuzzy animal print hat as wacky music played in the background and she hid in the backseat of Australian singing sensation's ride. After sticking out her tongue, the camera flipped to The Kid scrolling on his phone and catching an image of Cyrus in his vehicle, then turning with a surprised smile to discover his stowaway.

"Without You" was featured on the deluxe SAVAGE version of 17-year-old sensation LAROI's F*ck Love July 2020 mixtape debut and has become a go-to soundtrack on TikTok. The pair began slow-teasing the collaboration weeks ago, when The Kid posted a cozy studio pic with Miley in March in which he chilled on the couch while Cyrus laid down vocals in the booth behind him.

Check out the latest previews below.