Bret Michaels will join teen queen Miley Cyrus for a duet on ABC's "Good Morning America."
The performance airs live on Friday as part of the show's summer concert series.
The pair will team up for a rendition of the Poison frontman's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," which Cyrus covers on her new album, Can't Be Tamed. It will be the first time that the rocker and the Disney princess have performed the classic power ballad onstage. Cyrus will also rock solo, singing some of her hits.
For Michaels, the morning-show spot follows a string of high-profile appearances since being sidelined by a brain hemorrhage. The singer seemed to bounce back quickly, winning "Celebrity Apprentice" and heading back on tour.
Cyrus is also hitting the concert circuit in time for the release of Tamed on June 21. On Monday, the pop star will fete her album's arrival with a show set to be streamed worldwide across several MTV Networks Music and Logo Group websites. Viewers around the globe can watch the Can't Be Tamed World Premiere Live concert on more than 30 websites, including Miley.MTV.com, Miley.VH1.com, Miley.LogoTV.com and Miley.CMT.com. Fans in nearly 160 countries will have access to the live stream, scheduled to kick off at about 10:30 p.m. ET/ 7:30 p.m. PT.
"I'm so excited to perform my new music live in concert on the night of my album release," Cyrus said in a statement. "Thanks to MTV Networks, my fans from all around the world have the opportunity to be a part of it and experience it with me."
Miley's admirers will also be able to party along to her hits the next day when five of her songs become available for download in the "Rock Band" music store. Fans can purchase songs like the title track "Can't Be Tamed" and "See You Again," then rock out to the tunes on the popular video game.
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