British fans of Miley Cyrus can breathe a sigh of relief as she’s officially landed in the UK, ready to kick off the European leg of her ‘Bangerz’ tour.
Last month the ‘Wrecking Ball’ singer was forced to cancel the last five dates of the American leg of her tour, after being hospitalised when she suffered a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics she was taking for the flu.
Although she was then discharged from hospital, last week it was reported that Miley would have to postpone the first two dates of her European leg in Amsterdam, after a spokesperson for the star revealed that her symptoms had returned and she would be unable to travel.
However, while some UK fans worried this meant that Miley may have to cancel the dates she had scheduled across Britain, though she has now confirmed on her Instagram page this won’t be the case as she’s now landed in Blighty.
To show fans just how fighting fit she’s feeling, she also posted this video, which shows her headbanging and jumping around a hotel room, along with the hashtags “imbackmuf****” and “f***yeahlondon”.
Miley told Bang Showbiz earlier in her career that her favourite place to perform was London, as she felt her British gay fans were more open-minded, saying: “My favourite place to perform is London, because I have never seen more gay people in my whole life.
''It's like, I just feel like when I go to Europe, I feel very free with my fan base”
Miley will kick off her string of UK dates at the O2 Arena in London on Tuesday (May 6), before heading around the country to cities including Leeds, Glasgow and Manchester.