Miley Cyrus strutted her stuff back on stage last night at London's O2 arena to much fanfare and excitement!
The singer, 21, resumed her Bangerz tour after weeks of health issues that forced the star to postpone several U.S. and European tour dates.
Cyrus shared a photo on her official Instagram account of herself on stage (which can be viewed above), saying, "But first ... #lemmetakeaselfie #bangerztourselfie."
During the show, Cyrus performed a number of her biggest hits, ranging from "We Can't Stop" to "Party in the U.S.A." to "Wrecking Ball." At one point in the show, Cyrus reportedly encouraged members of the audience to kiss and had several shown on a screen onstage, as seen in a video posted by a fan during the song "Adore You." A fan also tweeted that many same sex couples were shown on the kiss cam.
Prior to the performance, Cyrus denied reports that she had suffered a drug overdose and made it clear that she did not enjoy being hospitalized for her "severe allergic reaction to antibiotics."
"I didn't have a drug overdose," she said. "I took some [expletive] antibiotics that a doctor gave me for a sinus infection and I had a reaction."
"I am the poster child for good health," she added. "You have no idea how ready I am. There is nothing I would rather not do than lay in bed for two weeks. It was the most miserable two weeks of my life."
In addition to getting back on the road, Cyrus was recently announced as a performer at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, which airs on ABC on Sunday, May 18.