Miley Cyrus faces off against ‘Riverdale’ cast on the Tonight Show

By: Meaghan Wray

Miley Cyrus gave the audience the best of both worlds on Tuesday (Oct 3) when she performed and played a game during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon! The latter saw the star face off against the cast of Riverdale in a hilarious game of Family Feud.

The Cyrus clan, with Jimmy replacing Miley’s dad Billy Ray Cyrus, appeared on stage to compete for the winning title. Although it was a close call, Team Riverdale ended up taking home the grand prize.

While game shows may not be her forte, music certainly is. The Tennessee native recently released her sixth studio album Younger Now, a huge feat for a 24-year-old artist. She has also been using her platform to pay tribute to victims of Sunday’s Las Vegas shooting. Instead of singing a new track, Miley hit the Tonight Show stage to deliver an emotional performance of her hit 2009 ballad “The Climb.”

The Riverdale cast, on the other hand, not only dominated the game show but are also dominating the TV charts! Season one was a runaway hit, and viewers are counting down to the start of season two on Oct 11.

Fans of the show know the dark turn the series has taken compared to the comics. The world is filled with mystery, scandal and drama—and viewers can't get enough of it! When asked if there will be just as much dark mystery as the first season, Marisol Nichols (who plays Hermione Lodge), told FLARE, "100 percent, absolutely. We left the last season with one of our main characters fighting for his life so there’s no way that’s going to be chopped off in the last episode, I can tell you that."

Click below for a roundup of everything we know so far about season two. But peek with caution: spoilers ahead!

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