'2017 is about to be her year': Miley Cyrus introduces fledgling pop star sister Noah at awards show

Reiterating the message: Miley Cyrus introduces her pop star little sister Noah at the iHeartRadio Music Awards
Reiterating the message: Miley Cyrus introduces her pop star little sister Noah at the iHeartRadio Music Awards Credit: Rich Polk/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

Because one of something just isn't enough, Miley Cyrus took to the stage on Sunday night to introduce to the world the Frank Stallone to her Sylvester: her 17-year-old sister Noah, who is gearing up to launch a pop career of her own.

Appearing at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles, Cyrus wore an "I HEART NOAH" shirt dress and held a banner reading a similar slogan, before introducing her sister.

Noah Cyrus wears her best Spice Girls platforms on the red carpet Credit: Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock

"I am really excited," the Slab of Butter singer said. "This next performer is, without a doubt, the coolest person I know. Her voice is amazing, her songwriting is beautiful and relatable. She knows who she is as an artist and I can't wait for the whole world to get a load of her vision. She's who I want to be when I grow up, and that's saying a lot, 'cause she's younger than me."

Cyrus also claimed: "Get ready, because 2017 is about to be Noah's year."

Noah Cyrus, right, performs with London rapper Labrinth Credit: Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP
Tish, Billy Ray, Miley and Noah Cyrus sit in the audience of the iHeartRadio Music Awards this weekend Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

Noah Cyrus, who is signed to Simon Cowell's record company Syco, then appeared on stage to perform her debut single, Make Me Cry, alongside London rapper Labrinth, who is also signed to Simon Cowell's record company Syco. Cyrus will debut her first album, nicely titled NC-17, later this year.

The Cyrus family, including dad Billy Ray and mum Tish, cheered her on from the audience.

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