Miley Cyrus Set To Debut Australia’s ARIA Singles List With ‘Flowers’
Miley Cyrus has made her comeback in the music world with a new hit song Flowers.
The singer is reportedly preparing to mark her Australian ARIA Singles Chart debut this weekend with the new single, it has been reported.
While music lovers were quick to declare the new song their “favorite” number from last weekend (according to the Billboard report), rumors are swirling that the song will top the ARIA singles chart this weekend.
Flowers is the lead single from Miley’s eighth studio album, Endless summer vacationwhich is scheduled for release on March 10.
According to reports, the is going up against SZA’s Kill Bill on the ARIA charts with the highest ratings.
Miley’s empowering track is rumored to include multiple references to her ex-husband, Australian actor Liam Hemsworth.
Flowerswhich was posted on Liam’s birthday, includes a reference to the former couple’s Malibu home burning in the California wildfires – as well as various awkward red carpet moments in between.
Miley also referenced the Aussie actor’s sudden act of divorce, singing, “I didn’t mean to leave you / I didn’t mean to lie / I started to cry.”
Miley and Liam tied the knot in December 2018 and their divorce was finalized in January 2020.