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The lead song of her fourth album, Arianna Grande's "No Tears Left to Cry," was a huge success, topping charts all over the world and making it to number one on the US Mainstream Top 40 airplay chart. But no one has ever heard the hit song performed the way Miley Cyrus belted it out in the BBC Lounge alongside Mark Ronson.


The pair pulled back on the song's electronic elements and performed an acoustic cover showing off Cyrus's amazing voice!

Mark Ronson, Miley Cyrus - No Tears Left To Cry (Ariana Grande cover) in the Live Lounge youtu.be

In case you've forgotten, here's how the original sounded:

Ariana Grande - no tears left to cry youtu.be

Fans couldn't stop listening to the new Miley version of one of their old favorites!



Cyrus's vocals are as great as they've ever been.

There was some debate on Twitter as to which version was superior...




...but why bother choosing one over the other when both stars gave an amazing performance?


People found themselves unexpectedly affected by Cyrus's stripped-down cover.




The cover had one especially notable fan: Grande herself!

Fans on Twitter loved to see the two stars crossing paths so pleasantly.



It seems "No Tears Left to Cry," is a great song no matter how it's performed...as long as its singer has got the pipes to make it work!

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