One can't be tamed, the other can't be stopped: pop singer Miley Cyrus and 80s rocker Bret Michaels sang a duet of Michaels' 1988 Poison hit, Every Rose Has Its Thorn, in New York's Central Park on Good Morning America Friday.
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"My first concert was Poison," Cyrus said.
"'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' is my mom's favorite song -- I did this song mostly for my mom," the Hannah Montana star said of the power ballad, which sat atop the Billboard charts during the two last weeks of 1988 and the first week of 1989 (or, almost four years before Miley was born!).
Michaels praised Cyrus' version of the song as "awesome," and joked that her rendition "was six octaves higher than I normally sing it."
Cyrus has taken on a more adult look as of late on the promotional trail for her new album, Can't Be Tamed, which hits stores June 22.
Michaels, who survived a death scare after he was hospitalized with a hemorrhage in April, has a new album called Custom Built, which hits stores on July 6.