Miley Cyrus Dodges Cops, Bullets, and Strippers in ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ Music Video

2017 Stern Show guest collaborates on the track with British musician Mark Ronson

Miley Cyrus is up to her neck in cops, bullets, and strippers in the brand-new music video for her and British musician Mark Ronson's “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” the lead single of his forthcoming studio album.

Directed by WAFLA and filmed in Kiev, Ukraine, the clip (above) begins with Miley driving slowly across a freeway while police cars and a helicopter chase after her. The pop star and Stern Show guest gives new meaning to the term “hot pursuit” as she rolls through an array of weird locations, including a strip club where multiple women are performing lap dances at the same time.

The politically charged video also has her driving by nuns praying, a man with a “Miley for President” tattoo, kneeling football players, two women getting intimate in a hot tub, and a gun range filled with children shooting at targets of other children.

After dodging a few bullets Miley finally picks up a passenger, Ronson. In addition to being the first track off Mark's 2019 album, “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” serves as Miley’s first release since her 2017 album “Younger Now,” which she joined the show to promote last October. The visit also saw the superstar perform live a handful of her best known tracks, including "Wrecking Ball" and “Party in the U.S.A.”

Take a listen to her in-studio rendition of “Party in the U.S.A.” (below) and see Miley and Mark on Dec. 15 opposite Matt Damon on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”