Miley Cyrus appeared on Thursday in "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," and gave the Christmas class "Santa Baby" an updated feminist twist.
In Sketch Cyrus, 26, Fallon said she was ready to do the "Santa Baby" sketch, but asked to change some lyrics in the song. The 1
"And look at this, I'm asking for a car and a yacht and literally testing and doing the deed of a platinum mine," Cyrus Fallon said. "Besides, do I sing that I connect with Santa if he buys all this stuff from me?"
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before she began singing. Cyrus began the song by singing that she did not need fancy jewelery as Fallon stood behind her with a diamond chain.
"I do not want diamonds, cash or stocks," she sang. "Nothing in a box. No more fluff, I have enough. And I can buy my own stuff.
Fallon and producer Mark Ronson appeared behind Cyrus as she sang car keys, but the "Wrecking Ball" crooner said she had a "Baller Car of my own."
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They know that their "a – at work is not packed by an ignorant fool."
"Tell the scumbags to put away their chimneys tonight," she croaked with Ronson and Fallon.
Cyrus earned her doctorate for her new songs, including a version of Happy Christmas War is Over and Nothing Breaks Like a Heart.