Duran Duran, Sheryl Crow, Mark Ronson, Squeeze, Boyz II Men, and others will also perform.
Come worship at the Church of Lizzo.
Bradley Cooper missed out.
The oft-described “King of All Media” is looking to finally place his own music on the radio.
A special performance for the TV host’s 61st birthday.
Lady Gaga accepted the award alongside songwriters Anthony Rossomando, Andrew Wyatt, and Mark Ronson, who delivered a speech.
A collection of legends both new and old that could deliver an incredible year for the genre.
Cyrus and Mark Ronson’s BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge appearance also included a performance of “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart”.
Holiday hilarity, an inappropriate joke swap, and an unexpected fight over Weezer win the night.
Cyrus and Mark Ronson performed “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” and covered “Happy Xmas (War is Over)”.
Also featuring Mark Ronson and Sean Lennon.
The country-inspired track could easily break your heart, too.