Miley Cyrus has signed a major contract with NBCUniversal that includes a special Pride concert: ‘We’re starting this journey together … to celebrate the one month we both want to highlight’.
She was recently cast as a guest on Saturday Night Live.
And on Friday, Miley Cyrus announced a new major content deal with NBCUniversal, as reported by Deadline.
The overall talent and development deal with NBCUniversal Television and streaming platform Peacock is slated to include a special one-hour Pride concert entitled Stand By You.
On Friday: Miley Cyrus announced a massive deal for new content with NBCUniversal with a special Pride concert to get things started. Seen here on Miley’s Instagram story.
Filmed in Nashville, Tennessee and aired exclusively on Peacock, Stand By You was the first three specials to be included in the deal.
Cyrus, 28, has been a longtime advocate and spokesperson for the LGBTQ + community and has linked herself to women and men throughout her romantic history.
In terms of the specific terms of the NBCU deal, that includes the first deal between the television and streaming division of the giant Miley production company and Miley’s mother, Tish Cyrus, Hopetown Entertainment.
The deal is meant to develop capabilities with scripts and non-scripted projects to be broadcast on NBC, Bravo, E! And peacock
Coming soon: A total talent and development deal with NBCUniversal Television and the Peacock streaming platform is set to include a one-hour stand by you special topic.
‘I have had an unbelievably long relationship with NBC for many years.Many memorable moments in my career have been shared and sponsored by NBCU,’ Miley said in a statement to Deadline.
‘This is a natural progression and I’m looking forward to creating content that we love and hope everyone who watches it will too. We are starting this journey with a special pride with Peacock to celebrate the one month we both want to highlight with this concert. ‘She added.
‘Miley is the true definition of a hyphenated superstar and her special pride, Stand By You for Peacock, is the perfect way to kick off this amazing partnership,’ said Susan Rovner of NBCUniversal. It is said in a separate statement.
Specific details of the deal: Including the first deal between NBCU, Miley’s production company, and her mother, Tish Cyrus, Hopetown Entertainment.
‘Miley’s creative possibilities in our portfolio are truly endless and we can’t wait to collaborate on amazing projects in different genres with her, Tish Cyrus and Adam’s Hopetown Entertainment. Leber for Rebel
No word on Stand By You refers to a new, unreleased track from the Wrecking Ball singer, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if it was a reference to The Pretenders’ hit ballad, I’ll stand by you from the year. 1994
Miley recently released a style and addressed many of the most popular female rockers, traditionally by Chrissie Hynde frontwoman Pretenders, including Debbie Harry and Dolores O’Riordan.
‘We are starting this journey with a special pride in Peacock to celebrate the one month we both want to highlight at this concert,’ Miley said of the deal.