Miley Cyrus Sings 'Santa Baby' With Her Own Feminist Lyrics

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus stopped by to see Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Thursday night and took a wrecking ball to a classic yet problematic holiday song.

Cyrus sang a "girl's best friend is equal pay" and hoped to know that her "a-won't get grabbed at work by some ignorant jerk".

The hilarity of the skit comes in when Jimmy doesn't seem to have understood Miley's intention to change the lyrics and comes in with a necklace for her and she sings: "Santa baby, I don't need any fancy jewellery, not me".

As she sang, "I can buy my own damn stuff", Jimmy and Mark Ronson, the producer of Miley's latest song, dangled auto keys jokingly behind the 26-year-old.

Mark Ronson joins Jimmy holding keys to a new auto for the former Hannah Montana star, but she sings: "Santa baby, I've got a baller vehicle of my own, no loans". Look at this: slip a sable under the tree for me. No more fluff, I've had enough. "It's a fur - and I'm vegan!"

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As we've already learned with the outcry over "Baby, It's Cold Outside", some Christmas songs may not be aging as well as others. She goes on with her manifesto, saying the only thing she wants from Santa is a little bit of equal rights and justice.

Cyrus sang to Santa that she doesn't "need your presents tonight" because "I can buy my own damn stuff".

As the two men dangle vehicle keys in the background, Cyrus continues singing, including the line: 'Listen Santa to what I say, a girl's best friend is... equal pay'.

At one point, Cyrus demanded, "Stop interrupting me when I talk/And don't text me pictures of your..." but was interrupted by Ronson's cell phone ringing.

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