Miley Cyrus upped the controversy on her hit Can't Be Tamed when she performed it Sunday as the headliner at Rock in Rio Madrid music festival, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The teen sensation sang before 36,000 on her first trip ever to Spain, and didn't disappoint. She also seemed completely unconcerned about the controversy she's created with her faux kissing of her female singers and dancers when she performs Can't Be Tamed.
Miley set off the kissed-a-girl fireworks when she performed the number during a broadcast of Britain's Got Talent Thursday night.
By Friday, she's taken to her website, telling everyone to calm down, that she hadn't kissed a girl, they were just "rocking out."
But Miley always seems to know a good controversy when she sees one, and Sunday in Madrid, she grabbed two of her female dancers at the same time in a seemingly seductive pose.
To be fair -- and we always are --Miley is also giving the guys on stage equal time, in what is a very grown-up performance for the 17-year-old.