Noah Cyrus and Labrinth perform ‘Make Me (Cry)’ on ‘The Ellen Show’

Just last week, Noah Cyrus and Labrinth made their iHeartRadio Music Awards debut. The duo took the stage to sing their gold-certified single “Make Me (Cry).”

On Monday, Miley’s younger sis and the British R&B crooner performed the track once again, this time on The Ellen Degeneres Show.

The debut single from Cyrus came about after she connected with Labrinth during one of her album’s writing session. The “Jealous” singer presented the 17-year-old with the electro-ballad, unaware that it was about to be a collaboration.

“Originally it was just me on the song, and then just by mistake his vocal came in and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, you have to stay on it,'” Cyrus told Rolling Stone. “I think that was a really special moment for us because we were so excited, jumping around the studio like, ‘Oh, my gosh, this song is so sick!'”

Cyrus’ LP NC-17 is due out later this year.

Watch the full performance of “Make Me (Cry)” below.

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Written by Cayla Masters

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