By John Hunt
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Miley Reveals Her Pup Is Fine After Being Electrocuted on “The Voice”

Miley Cyrus recounted a dramatic event that occurred on The Voice set.

The 27-year-old performer, judge on Seasons 11 and 13 of the hit series, disclosed on Geena The Latina and Frankie V Morning Show that once her dog got electrocuted on set.

Her puppy Little Dog caused quote a commotion, and Miley called it one of the most embarrassing things that her pet did.

The interview revelation arrives ahead of her widely awaited, Backyard Sessions Unplugged videos, which is airing on MTV and is being rolled out internationally.

The multitalented Cyrus announced covers of Britney Spears, The Velvet Underground and Pearl Jam on Instagram can be expected during the performances.

She will appear solo and will also perform with her younger sibling, Noah Cyrus.

Retelling the incident, Miley said there were wires all over the place, with people performing and everyone anticipating the winners of The Voice. All of the sudden, people saw the dog biting a wire and convulsing. The pup got electrocuted, but Miley assured everyone Little Dog was fine and thriving.

In the meantime, Cyrus also put out strong convers of evergreen numbers like The Cranberries’ Zombie and The Cure’s Boys Don’t Cry during her 13-minute set from LA’ Whisky A Go-Go, as part of the Save Our Stages Festival virtual benefit supporting independent venues during the weekend.

Even with an empty room, Miley rocked out with six musicians, doing her bit to raise money and awareness for locations closed due to Covid-19. During the 13-minute concert, Cyrus shared some insight into the venue she was performing in, saying that lots of icons started their careers at Whisky A Go-Go, such as Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Guns N’ Roses and others. She highlighted that such a legendary place needs to be preserved.

Other musicians who performed at the Festival included Reba McEntire, Dave Matthews, G-Eazy and The Roots, all of them appearing at different venues and having their performances streamed.