Netflix has yet to confirm the release date of “Black Mirror” Season 5. One of the things fans of the sci-fi series are excited about is the rumored special appearance of Miley Cyrus.
In a recent episode of Howard Stern’s Sirius XM show, Cyrus talked about her house in Malibu, Los Angeles County, California, United States that was destroyed by wildfire in November 2018. She shared the house with her fiance Liam Hemsworth.
According to Cyrus, she had been away from home during the disaster. She mentioned that she was filming in South Africa, which is a popular filming location for the Netflix series.
This led to the question about her rumored role in “Black Mirror” Season 5.
“If you guess it, then I will shake my head ‘Yes’ or ‘No,'” Cyrus told Stern. Later on, the Sirius XM show host confirmed to the audience that Mark Ronson’s “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” collaborator had confirmed her special appearance in the Netflix series.
Cyrus made a disclaimer that she has not actually mentioned the name of the series. She explained that she has yet to receive an official permission to speak about her role as a guest star in the show.
This verified what Brandi Cyrus mentioned in her “Your Favorite Thing” podcast on December 11, 2018. She said she and Miley recently went to Cape Town, South Africa to film an episode of “Black Mirror” Season 5 featuring the latter.
“Black Mirror” Season 5 is expected to be released in 2019. The first episode will feature Julian Ferro as a student and Greg Kriek as Todd while Glenn Webster will play a police officer in episode 3.
There are still no details about Cyrus’s role in “Black Mirror” Season 5. The last time she starred in a series was in 2016 when she placed Lennie Dale in “Crisis in Six Scenes.”
On November 29, 2018, RCA Records released “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” a song by Ronson featuring Cyrus. It is the lead single of the British musician’s fifth studio album “Late Night Feelings,” which will be released in 2019.
Watch the official video of “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” here: