Noah Cyrus ALARMS Fans With Emotional Video About Dad, Billy Ray Cyrus

Noah Cyrus is up in her feels today.

The singer posted a video montage of her and her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, to her TikTok account on Tuesday, October 26.

The video compilation featured clips of Noah and Billy Ray on a motor bike, hiking through the woods and embracing in a big hug.

She accompanied the emotional video with the song, “Slipping Through My Fingers,” from “Mamma Mia!”

Noah captioned the video, “I wish the days were longer 🥺🖤 love you dad @BillyRayCyrus.”

@noahcyrus i wish the days were longer 🥺🖤 love you dad @Billy Ray Cyrus ♬ Slipping Through My Fingers – From ‘Mamma Mia!’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – Meryl Streep & Amanda Seyfried

It’s unknown what made Noah so emotional, but she sure was in a lovey mood.

Noah’s fans came to support her in the comments section.

One worried fan wrote, “JESUS I THOUGH TMR BILLY DIED MY HEART STOPPED,” and I totally agree. I too was worried something detrimental happened.

Another fan agreed writing, “THE CAPTION MADE ME THINK HE DIED FOR A QUICK MIN 😂,” and this person wrote “I’m so glad I’m on a healthy father-daughter relationship-tok.”

Billy Ray ended up sharing the heartfelt video to his Instagram, but rather than write some sappy post he cracked jokes instead.

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He captioned the reposted video to his Instagram grid, “Wow … @noahcyrus this is the most views this ole bikes had in a long time! Would you like to see me build a ramp & jump round bales of hay with it?”

It’s no secret Billy Ray is very supportive of his famous children. He starred on Miley Cyrus’ hit Disney Channel show, “Hannah Montana” from 2006 to 2011.

He paved the way for his children into the music industry, and more recently revealed the advice he gave to Noah before the 2021 Grammy Awards.

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“You were a horse rider, you rode horses and that was your thing. And then all of a sudden you started making music,” Billy Ray said on the “For the Record” podcast.

“And I go, ‘She’s serious about it!’ And you started dedicating yourself to writing the best songs you could write and being the best musician you could be. And I’m sitting there going, ‘That’s my Noie! That’s my Noie! Look at her! The dream is happening,’” he added.

He also reminded her to “be original” and to “not be afraid to be yourself.”

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