Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson Bring the Heat With “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” on “SNL”

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Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson graced the stage of “Saturday Night Live’ on December 15 to perform their latest collaboration, “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart.”

Matt Damon hosted the Christmas episode of “SNL” while Miley and Mark provided the musical entertainment. Decked out in a sparkly silver ensemble, sans shirt, Miley belted out the laid back tune about the pain of a broken heart, as Mark strummed his acoustic guitar.

As the singers performed video of cop cars displayed in the background, from the duo’s music video.

“Anytime before this would have not been right and anytime after this would have been too far away,” Miley said of the song’s release on The Graham Norton Show. “I think it’s perfect timing with this song at the time it’s out int he world. That’s why we made the video we made and the visuals that we created. It’s just such a timely song for me and my personal life and what’ going on in the world.

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“Well, there’s broken silence / By thunder crashing in the dark (crash in the dark) / And this broken record / Spin endless circles in the bar (spin ’round in the bar) / This world can hurt you / It cuts you deep and leaves a scar / Things fall apart, but nothing breaks like a heart / Mhmm, and nothing breaks like a heart,” Miley sings in the chorus.
“Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” is set to be featured on Mark’s highly-anticipated upcoming album.

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