Miley Cyrus joined noted kisser of fascist cheeks James Corden Tuesday for an appearance on the original Carpool Karaoke segment. Cyrus' appearance, in promotion of her new album Younger Now, takes viewers through the kaleidoscope of her career by touching on every single era.
"Your tongue makes less of an appearance today than it used to," Corden noted during the ride. "It was out all the time." Cyrus then used said tongue to help Corden send off some postage before the two launched into a (for Corden, quite pitchy) performance of Cyrus' pre-Mike Will hit "Party in the U.S.A."
Cyrus also discussed just how high she was during the "Wrecking Ball" shoot ("10!") and ran through more of her catalog, including a few cuts from Younger Now. Check the full clip up top if you have 13 minutes to spare.
Younger Now, which follows Cyrus' experimental 2015 album Dead Petz and her career high Bangerz, debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200. The album was bested in sales by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Demi Lovato, Tom Petty, and Shania Twain. The album marks a drastic departure from its most recent predecessors and sees Cyrus, in many ways, coming full circle to embrace elements of her pop-forward early years. There's also a heavy helping of country, including an appearance by Dolly Parton.
Last week, Cyrus performed a variety of singles and covers as part of her Tonight Show residency. The week-long run opened with a performance of Dido's "No Freedom," featuring surprise backing vocals from Adam Sandler.