Miley Cyrus’ new song Flowers debuts at number one on Billboard

Miley Cyrus debuts on Billboard Hot 100 list for the FIRST time in her career with Flowers, about finding happiness after divorcing Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus‘ new song Flowers is doing very well.

On Tuesday it was revealed that the peppy tune from the 30-year-old artist has debuted at number one on the Billboard chart after Taylor Swift‘s megahit Anti-Hero had eight weeks at number one.

This is the first time one of Cyrus’ songs has debuted on the top spot for BH100. 

The single is reportedly about how she is doing after her divorce from 33-year-old Australian actor Liam Hemsworth as there are several references to them in the song. It was also released on his birthday, January 13.

On top of the world: Miley Cyrus 's new song Flowers is doing very well. On Tuesday it was revealed that the peppy tune from the 30-year-old artist has debuted at number one on the Billboard chart

On top of the world: Miley Cyrus ‘s new song Flowers is doing very well. On Tuesday it was revealed that the peppy tune from the 30-year-old artist has debuted at number one on the Billboard chart

Her last number one Billboard song was Wrecking Ball in 2013, but it did not debut in the top spot, but rather took some time to get there.

The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. 

Last week it topped the Spotify charts in just one wee.

It has become the most-streamed song over a single week on Spotify just seven days after it was first released.

From January 13 to Thursday, January 19 it was streamed over 96 million times on the service alone.

It was also the number one song globally in that period on Spotify.

Queen power: Last week it topped the Spotify charts in just one wee. It has become the most-streamed song over a single week on Spotify just seven days after it was first released

Queen power: Last week it topped the Spotify charts in just one wee. It has become the most-streamed song over a single week on Spotify just seven days after it was first released

Last week the star dropped the very racy music video for her new single Flowers.

The pop song’s lyrics allude to her failed relationship with the actor including a double entendre about Miley watching her marriage and the Malibu home they once shared ‘burn’ to the ground.

‘We were right / til we weren’t / built a home and watched it burn,’ she sings.

In November 2018, their home was completely destroyed as a result of the devastating Woolsey Fire. They wed a month later but split after less than a year in August 2019.

The pair dated on/off for nearly a decade after meeting on set of their film, The Last Song (2010), when Miley was 17 and Liam was 19.

It's about you: The single is reportedly about how she is doing after her divorce from 33-year-old Australian actor Liam Hemsworth as there are several references to them in the song. It was also released on his birthday, January 13; the pair seen in 2019

It’s about you: The single is reportedly about how she is doing after her divorce from 33-year-old Australian actor Liam Hemsworth as there are several references to them in the song. It was also released on his birthday, January 13; the pair seen in 2019

But now, Miley is the symbol of self love as she belts out: ‘I can buy myself flowers / Write my name in the sand / Talk to myself for hours / See things you don’t understand’

The video starts with footage of the Los Angeles skyline at dusk before the camera pans to Cyrus in a glimmering gold dress with a hood and sexy stomach cut-out.

Her bleach blonde hair is barely visible and designer shades conceal her doe eyes during the confident strut.

Going from somber to upbeat, Miley rips off her dress’ hood and ties her hair up while trekking across LA’s Runyon Canyon in a pair of sky-high heels for the remainder of the chorus.

She continues: ‘I can take myself dancing / I can hold my own hand / Yeah, I can love me better than / Yeah, I can love me better than you can’

Miley climbs up a paved road with a spring in her step before the video cuts to footage of the star in the backyard of her sprawling Studio City home.

She strips off her designer dress and proceeds to dance on the lawn in black lingerie as sprinklers spray over her.

The Plastic Hearts hitmaker takes an impressive dive into her resort-style pool and swims towards the shallow end.

She then appears with her gym-honed physique sprawled out on the pool’s ledge, giving viewers a closer look at her lacy black bra and panties.

Miley’s hair is soaking wet and brushed off her face while she seductively caresses her figure for the song’s second verse: ‘Paint my nails, cherry red / Match the roses that you left / No remorse, no regret / I forget every word you said’

Miley’s hair is soaking wet and brushed off her face while she seductively caresses her figure for the song’s second verse: ‘Paint my nails, cherry red / Match the roses that you left / No remorse, no regret / I forget every word you said’

It jumps into the chorus with footage of Miley, still clad in her black two-piece, showing off her intense fitness regimen that includes battle rope exercises, resistance training and some very suggestive hip thrusts.

The next scene shows Miley with her backside exposed while taking a steamy shower. 

She raises her hands in the air and closes her eyes as she lets water flow down from the shower head.

Miley reappears in a white robe and her hair twisted up in a bath towel as she aggressively rummages through her closet.

Intense: It jumps into the second chorus with footage of Miley, still clad in her skimpy black two-piece, showing off her intense fitness regimen

Intense: It jumps into the second chorus with footage of Miley, still clad in her skimpy black two-piece, showing off her intense fitness regimen

Sexual healing: And then she does some very suggestive hip thrusts

Sexual healing: And then she does some very suggestive hip thrusts

The damp haired beauty decides to go topless beneath an oversized black blazer styled with matching trousers and sandals.

She strolls stoically across the marble floors in a hallway before bursting into dance in various rooms of the house, including a living area with a gorgeous piano surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows. 

The erratic dancing continues as night falls and the backyard is lit up by an array or blue and purple mood lights.

Having gone topless beneath her blazer, Miley teases viewers by letting is slowly slip off her shoulders.

The video comes to a close with Miley breathing heavily with her hands on her hips as she gazes directly into the camera.

Flowers is the lead single off Miley’s upcoming eighth studio album, Endless Summer Vacation. 

Night fall: The erratic dancing continues as night falls and the backyard is lit up by an array or blue and purple mood lights

Night fall: The erratic dancing continues as night falls and the backyard is lit up by an array or blue and purple mood lights

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