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Watch: Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande sing 80s hits in onesies to end LGBT homelessness

Joseph McCormick May 17, 2015
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The launch of Miley Cyrus’ foundation to tackle LGBT homelessness is in full swing, with some amazing ‘backyard sessions’ including this one which features the star alongside Ariana Grande, performing this amazing 1980s hit.

In an effort to raise awareness and funds for her ‘Happy Hippie Foundation’, which launched last week, Cyrus has teamed up with a number of artists for the sessions.

Cyrus and Grande appear in unicorn and mouse/bear onesies to perform ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’.

The pair exchange cute remarks about each others’ clothes, before getting distracted flirting with the band.

Cute.

Founded by Miley Cyrus, The Happy Hippie Foundation is a nonprofit organisation that rallies young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth, and other vulnerable populations.

Cyrus teamed up with Facebook to launch the foundation, and the sessions, and teamed up with singers such as Joan Jett and Laura Jane Grace.

She also performed Dolly Parton hit ‘Jolene’ for the sessions.

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