The singer invited the rapper, whose comments about gay men and AIDS have sparked outrage, to chat while urging others to "find forgiveness."
The "Wrecking Ball" singer reiterated her support for Spears, with whom she has collaborated in the past.
The pop star sings her hits, as well as Cyndi Lauper and Madonna classics, in Peacock's "Miley Cyrus Presents Stand by You." The concert airs June 25.
"So there I go, oh; can't make a wife out of a ho, oh."
The "Prisoner" singer sent elaborate flower arrangements to former co-stars, guest stars and supporters — like Migos! — to honor the show's memory.
The 28-year-old shared a letter she wrote to her Disney Channel character, calling her the "rocket that flew me to the moon + never brought me back down.”
The singer said in an interview that she'd kiss the former One Direction member because "he’s looking really good."
Months after his breakup with Miley Cyrus, the singer wrote he was fueled "by the silent fire in my stomach" to return to the sport of his youth.
“The whole show’s premise was that when I had my normal hair and looked like myself, no one gave a s**t about me,” the "Wrecking Ball" singer said.
The "Midnight Sky" singer said that turning 27 was part of her initial reason for choosing sobriety.