Miley Cyrus Stops Licking & Twerking To Remind Us She Can Sing! (VIDEO)

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Miley Cyrus on Jimmy Fallon 2013

Miley Cyrus made a pants-free appearance on Jimmy Fallon last night, where she showed off her pipes by singing acapella with Fallon and the show’s band, The Roots.

Miley has made headlines lately with her new raunchy persona but reminded us that she can actually sing, something overshadowed lately by all the tongue action and porn star outfits.

The “Wrecking Ball” singer wore an oversized white shirt and joked to Fallon that she was “catching pneumonia in your studio right now.”

Jimmy replied, “It’s very cold… but you have to wear clothes when you come on here.”

Miley said, “I asked if I could bring a blanket and they looked at me like I was crazy.”

Cyrus talked about hosting “Saturday Night Live”, saying she needed a platform to show everyone she’s not only about twerking and licking random objects.

She explained, “I feel like that was a good time for me to kind of show people kind of that I don’t just twerk and lick stuff. I can sing. And I can act a little bit, too! I’m multitalented. My parents are proud.”

Miley Cyrus proved she doesn’t need the raunchy antics because the girl can really sing. Here she is performing “We Can’t Stop” acapella with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots.

Miley Cyrus also talked about being a persistent “ugly” kid, revealing, “I started auditioning when I was 11 and they told me I was too small, too young and had too few of teeth, because I only had about four teeth in my mouth at that time. And those teeth that I did have had big ol’ brackets on ‘em, so I was really cute… it was like two years later and they were like, ‘Okay, fine, fine—we’ll hire her.’ Because I wouldn’t quit going to the auditions. Even if they didn’t call me back, I would fly myself to L.A. and keep going back because I knew it’s what I wanted.”

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