Watch Noah Cyrus' Late-Night Debut With 'Make Me (Cry)' on 'Tonight Show'

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Joseph Llanes
Being compared to Miley “doesn’t bother me,” says Noah Cyrus.

Noah Cyrus made her late-night television debut Monday on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, performing her new single "Make Me (Cry)" alongside collaborator Labrinth.

"Make Me (Cry)" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 in December, and this week, it rises 27-24 on the Pop Songs chart -- a new peak. The 17-year-old singer released the single in November and plans to include it on her debut album, which she hasn't set a release date for yet.

Watch the performance below:

Cyrus tweeted Monday that her new album will be called NC-17, which is both her initials and age and a Motion Picture Association of America.

The younger sister of Miley Cyrus, Noah made guest appearances on six episodes of Hannah Montana and voiced the title character in the English version of the film Ponyo.

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