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Published: Nov 13 Posted Under: Miley Cyrus, Cara Delevingne, BFF, Green House Seeds

Miley Cyrus And Cara Delevingne New BFF

Miley Cyrus And Cara Delevingne New BFF

Cara Delevingne has a whole host of showbiz pals and it looks like the model of the moment can now add Miley Cyrus to that list as well, with the pair being snapped at the Greenhouse Cafe in Amsterdam last night. Splash News claims Cara and Miley enjoyed a "late night out", arriving just before 11pm and staying for 2 hours. Miley teamed black jeans with a black crop top and leather jacket, whilst Cara rocked a large, wooly hat, teamed with casual jeans and a black tee.


Miley's coffee house appearance comes ahead of her eagerly anticipated MTV EMAs performance tomorrow night at the Ziggo Dome. The show's producer, Bruce Gillmer, has said that fans definitely won't be let down by star's performances this year, revealing that he has big plans for the former Hannah Montana star's set. Bruce also revealed that the 'Bangerz' singer was one of the first acts MTV booked to appear and he's certain that the starlet won't just replicate her VMAs twerking display.

MTV are confident that the show will rival the VMAs, which took place in September, and the event will see performances from Katy Perry, The Killers, Icona Pop and Robin Thicke. However, MTV exec Bruce has promised fans 20-year-old Miley won't be just recycling her August gig. "Miley is always looking to break creative boundaries," he told The Hollywood Reporter. "You can count on her not doing the same thing twice. She will figure out another way to blow people's minds." "We like to let moments happen," he added.

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