Miley Cyrus asks fans of same sex to 'snog'

Miley Cyrus.
Miley Cyrus.

MILEY Cyrus asked her fans to "snog" people of the same sex during the first London show of her 'Bangerz' tour.

The 21-year-old singer, who was hospitalised last month for a severe allergic reaction, appeared to be back to her usual self as she kicked off the European leg of her world tour at London's O2 Arena last night (06.05.14).

A source told the MailOnline: "She got loads of same sex people to snog in the audience and put them on camera on a giant screen and make a speech about how we should all just be ourselves.

"She said she hopes we are all drunk and on loads of pills and at one point her dressers had to come on stage as her corset was undone while humping midgets."

Lily Allen took to her Twitter account after the show to say how much she enjoyed the energetic set.

She tweeted: "That was basically the best thing I've ever seen #BangerzTour #MileyCyrus (sic)".

However, Miley's revealing costumes and sexy dance moves didn't suit everyone's taste and one person claimed her friend had walked out of the gig.

Claire Louise tweeted: "One of my old work friends has walked out of the Miley Cyrus show at O2 cos she was being vile and shock there then (sic)."

The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker was forced to postpone a number of US shows and the first two shows of her European leg last month due to ill-health.

However, despite still battling with the illness, Miley is scheduled to perform five more dates in the UK before moving onto Ireland and finishing up in Chicago.

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