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Miley Cyrus’ Emotional
State Increases—As She
Displays “Odd”
Behavior to Inflatable
Replica of Floyd On
Stage!

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Three days after Miley Cyrus shared with the world the death of her dog Floyd, she is still grieving! And let's just say, her overdramatic performance last night reflected this.

The crowd went wild as a huge inflatable replica of her former Alaskan Klee Kai dog she’s owned since 2011 returned to the stage at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

Then, while singing “Can’t Be Tamed”, instead of giving a sexy performance as expected, the 21-year-old singer held onto the blowup creature and broke down in tears yet again.

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“As she was crying, she writhed against the inflatable dog's leg and even gave some hugs. It was odd,” an attendee at last night’s concert tells In Touch.

“‘Can't Be Tamed’ seemed like an awkward choice to pay homage to the dog. She did this all while wearing a black belly top, bikini bottom and furry a--less chaps.”

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Miley Cyrus displayed odd-er behavior during Brooklyn's performance. (Credit: Getty)

During her performance, she also talked about moving on while holding a stuffed animal resembling Floyd.

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“This is the first time all week that I thought about this little guy I know that I am so thankful and my little Floyd is so thankful,” she said. “I love you guys and without being on this tour I don't think I could have gotten through this…I don't think I have truly realized how much you guys truly love me until this week.”

On Friday, Miley’s mom Tish Cyrus surprised her daughter with a new puppy Moonie. Still, having a new playfully pet around didn’t help the cause.

“No one could ever replace my baby Floyd but this precious angel is lendin me some fur to cry on along with my other babies,” Miley tweeted.

Watch Miley perform 'Can't Be Tamed' via a concert-goer's footage.