Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson are currently in the middle of a global media tour to promote their recently-released collaborative pop single, “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart”. The latest stop on their media blitz included a live performance on BBC 1 Radio‘s Live Lounge, where the two performed their new single in addition to keeping the show’s tradition of the featured guest doing a contemporary pop cover. Cyrus and Ronson chose to give listeners a wonderful live rendition of Ariana Grande‘s “No Tears Left To Cry” from the singer’s 2018 studio album, Sweetener, which arrived over the summer.Miley’s performance of the emotionally-driven pop ballad required the singer to reach deep within herself to pull out the intensity needed to sing such a heavy song. Cyrus was joined in the broadcasted performance by a small orchestra of violin and cello players, with Ronson seated beside her on the acoustic guitar. The singer showcased both her traditional singing abilities in addition to her rapping skills as she sang along to the lyrics, “I’m pickin’ it up, pickin’ it up, Lovin’, I’m livin’, so we turnin’ up, we turnin’ it up.”The performance even earned some praise from Grande, who gave her pop colleague a shoutout via Twitter. The only real question left for Miley Cyrus after hearing the cover is, “Where can fans get that heart-shaped disco ball hanging behind her during the performance?” Watch the video of the cover performance below:Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson – “No Tears Left To Cry” [Ariana Grande cover] – BBC 1 Radio[Video: BBC 1 Radio]The other performance during the show saw Ronson and Cyrus giving listeners a stripped-down version of “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart”. The two were once again joined by a small orchestra, with the addition of a percussionist and a bassist. Check it out below:Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson – “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” – BBC 1 Radio[Video: BBC 1 Radio]Previous stops on Cyrus and Ronson’s ongoing media tour included appearances on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon and a musical guest spot on this past weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live. She also released a new single on Friday night: with a holiday cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono‘s “(Happy Xmas) War Is Over” with help from the famous couple’s son, Sean Ono Lennon.