The couple that TikTok’s together, stays together. I mean we haven’t heard anyone say that yet, but we might have just started something.
Miley Cyrus and boyfriend Cody Simpson had themselves a little Sunday Funday by the pool, which of course involved a bit of TikTok’n, how could it not?
In the video, shared by Cyrus she flaunts her insane bod in a blue bikini, while Simpson does not disappoint in a pair of black shorts as the two showed off their synchronized dance moves to a remix of C+C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now).”
Captioning the post, ”If we can’t get back to work..... let’s get back to WERK @codysimpson.”
Of course, Miley is referring to the current lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic. Cyrus acknowledged to WSJ. Magazine this past May, that her privilege as a Hollywood figure does not evade her. Admitting that she had "no idea" how severe the coronavirus pandemic has become. "This isn't COVID-19, what I'm experiencing… my life has been pushed pause on, but really I have no idea what this pandemic is like.” Adding, ”I am comfortable in my space and able to put food on my table and [I am] financially stable, and that's just not the story for a lot of people.”
Throughout quarantine Miley has found ways to keep herself busy, launching the since halted Bright Minded, a daily Instagram series featuring star-studded interviews.
The short-lived endeavor’s main objective was aimed at connecting people during the coronavirus outbreak. Every day, Cyrus interviewed different stars from across the industry and provided tips on how to “stay lit” throughout these dark times.
Since then, Miley, as always, has been vocal about the other issues our nation is currently facing. Her most recent effort came this past 4th of July Weekend.
Unless you were abducted by aliens 10 years ago and just recently returned to Earth, you are familiar with Miley’s quintessential Independence Day pop off “Party in the U.S.A.” Cyrus shared a video of her intro to a live rendition of the song; However, Miley made it very clear, that according to her this year she didn’t feel much like celebrating, not until there is “liberty and justice” for everyone.
“This was in 2017,” Cyrus wrote on Instagram, “Feels EVEN MORE relevant right NOW. It ain’t a Party In The USA until we see #LibertyandJusticeFORALL you heard me, FOR ALL #f***thefourthuntilthereisfreedom.”