‘Wrecking Ball’ Covers: The Dixie Chicks Perform The Popular Miley Cyrus Song

Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” is still just as popular as ever and shows no signs of slowing down. The hit country girl group the Dixie Chicks recently did their own cover for the song while on their European tour according to New Now Next. How did the girls do? Check out the video below for yourself!

According to the Dixie Chicks website, the group is the highest selling female group in any genre. The site continued on to say that they hold the distinction of being the only country group in history and the only female group of any genre to earn back-to-back Diamond Awards.

Fans raved about how well the Dixie Chicks performed the hit Miley Cyrus song, “Wrecking Ball”. With hits songs of their own, such as “Long Time Gone,” “Cowboy Take Me Away,” and “Not Ready To Make Nice,” one of the last songs many would think to hear from the group would be “Wrecking Ball”

The Dixie Chicks aren’t the only ones to do covers of Miley Cyrus’ hit song. Youtube alone is filled with covers and, more popular, parodies of “Wrecking Ball”. Videos of the hit song have popped up all over the place, but so have photos of people creating their own “wrecking ball” moments. Just check out some of these Twitter remakes:

It would seem that Miley’s “Wrecking Ball” won’t be disappearing anytime soon. While we’ve seen parody’s pop up in the form of music videos, photos, and even games, an earlier report by The Inquisitr stated that a new Miley Cyrus porn parody is stirring things up.

According to the report, Twitter found itself in a tizzy after images and footage from a film called Molly’s Wrecking Ballz started appearing online. Now, before you ask, no, Miley Cyrus has nothing to do with this new porn flick! “In fact, it’s just another one of those so-called ‘porn parodies’ that occasionally surface to capitalize on whatever’s popular at the moment,” the report stated.

According to Hollywood Life, the video stars a Miley look-alike by the name of Miley May. The actress does have some resemblances to the “Wrecking Ball” singer, which is what caused the internet to believe it was Cyrus in the flick.

As the “Wrecking Ball” trend continues, there is no doubt that the covers and parodies will continue to make their way online.

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