As Loudwire reports, Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus took to the stage with Steel Panther in West Hollywood on Monday night, 3rd August, to bust out a cover of Def Leppar’s Pour Some Sugar On Me, and that’s when the vibe got a little (but oh-so-typically) awkward.
Footage of the performance (below) shows Steel Panther frontman Michael Starr telling the crowd, “This is a first. This has never happened before. Well actually, father and daughter shit has happened backstage, but not singing on stage. This is killer.”
Miley and her old man proceeded to rock out with the band, with a few moments of suggestive dancing from the pop star and some crotch thrusts from Steel Panther frontman Michael Starr, all with Billy Ray watching on. It’s awkward viewing, but not quite Lenny Kravitz-level awkwardness.
Billy Ray also joined Steel Panther for a cover of Billy Idol’s Rebel Yell sans dancing Miley, while the likes of ‘N Sync‘s Joey Fatone, Extreme‘s Nuno Bettencourt, comedian Dane Cook and porn star Ron Jeremy also lent their ‘talents’ to other tracks.
The show will be the last to ever take place in West Hollywood’s House Of Blues. Catch footage of the Cyrus’ appearance and Ron Jeremy trying his hand at a blues jam, below.
Watch: Steel Panther ft. Miley Cyrus & Billy Ray Cyrus – Pour Some Sugar On Me (Def Leppard Cover)
Watch: Steel Panther ft. Ron Jeremy Blues Jam