Miley Cyrus appeared at the 2011 CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday, where she performed her hit song 'The Climb.' The event celebrates "everyday people changing the world."
Miley was spotted in a beautiful yellow dress on the red carpet with her beau Liam Hemsworth, but changed into a royal blue number for her rendition of the 2009 tune. The 19-year-old was accompanied by a band, but the arrangement was minimal, letting the star's voice shine through.
In the background, images of modern-day heroes were displayed on the screen, which created a moving visual while Miley sang. She looked as mature as ever on stage, and clearly worked hard to put forth a strong performance.
Although the 'The Climb' originally appeared as the lead single of 'Hannah Montana: The Movie,' Miley has since performed it at several special events, given its inspirational nature. In fact, she recently sang the song at The Trevor Project's annual 'Trevor Live!' benefit.
Watch Miley's performance of 'The Climb' below, and let us know your thoughts in the comments.