Miley Cyrus – “Doctor”: her new hit revealed at the Louis Vuitton fashion show

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The men’s artistic director of Louis Vuitton, Pharrell Williams, unveiled his new collection yesterday in Paris. The opportunity for the artist to also present a very rhythmic new piece by Miley Cyrus.

Paris Men’s Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2024-2025 began yesterday, Tuesday January 16, at the Jardin d’Acclamation. And it was Pharrell Williams who had the honor of unveiling the very first fashion show of the event. For Louis Vuitton, the artist shared his cowboy influences. Pieces straight out of the world of Westerns which were revealed to a catchy soundtrack.

Pharrell Williams not only surprised the audience on the catwalk but also in the soundscape. He thus chose an unreleased piece by Miley Cyrus during the men’s models parade. The title is called “Doctor” and adapts perfectly to the world of the creative director of Louis Vuitton’s men’s lines.

We can hear Miley Cirus’ deep voice from 12 minutes 40 seconds of the parade video below. The superstar sings in a super rhythmic rhythm: “I could be your doctor / I could be your nurse / I think I see the problem / It’s only gon’ get worse.”, or in French: “I could be your doctor/ I could be your nurse/ I think I see the problem/ It’s just going to get worse.”

Miley Cyrus: new releases soon?

Did Miley Cyrus save this song just for Fashion Week? Or is she planning to release it on streaming platforms?

The American star’s latest single, “Used to Be Young,” dates from last August. The 31-year-old artist released the eighth album of his career, “Endless Summer Vacation”, in March 2023. A highly successful opus including the first extract “Flowers” ​​continues to be a hit.


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