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Noah Cyrus Reveals the Special Career Advice Big Sister Miley Gave Her

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With multiple hit singles and dual upcoming album releases, Miley Cyrus and her younger sister Noah are already ruling the summer music scene.

The twosome performed back-to-back Saturday night at the iHeartSummer ’17 Weekend by AT&T at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, and quite literally sang each other’s praises.

Before the show, the sisters spoke about their friendship as well as their summer plans. Noah, 17, told PEOPLE that her sister has given her helpful advice about this stage of her career.

“Miley says, ‘Just have fun with it,’ ” Noah said. “Because I worry too much, and Miley is like, ‘You gotta just have fun with it.’ ”

The younger Cyrus also reflected on her recent rise to fame.

“I’m really excited because I just started in November, and I couldn’t have asked for things to go better,” Noah said. “I just really feel blessed right now for every opportunity I’ve gotten so far.”

As for Miley, 24, she’s focused on her career this summer as well.

“My plans for the summer are pretty much this – going out and performing the song ‘Malibu’, then I go back to The Voice coming up next month,” she said. “We’re doing the blinds, so back to my red chair!”

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Miley opened her set on Saturday with her current hit — and ode to fiancé Liam Hemsworth — “Malibu.”

“I’ve played this song ‘Malibu’ everywhere – but it’s always really great when I can play it by the beach,” she told the crowd. “So, I’m happy to be all hot and sweaty with you guys, my hair is extra wild. Who out here’s hair is super f—-ing frizzy?”

The “Wrecking Ball” singer then performed her new single, “Inspired“, telling the crowd, “they told me not to do this, but rebelling is kind of my thing, so let’s do it.”

Miley dedicated the song to the LGBTQ community and explained that proceeds from the song are going to her Happy Hippie Foundation.

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“We’ll sing this one with a bunch of love in our hearts for the LGBTQ community,” she told the crowd.

At one point, Miley, dressed in a white t-shirt, jean shorts, and thigh-high boots, brought Noah onstage to help soak the audience with water guns.

The older sister than passed down the torch to Noah.

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“Make sure you’re super kind to my little sister who is coming out here to play next, I’ll be here watching,” she told the crowd. Noah immediately returned the favor, telling the crowd, “Miley killed it, right?”

Noah sang “Stay Together,” “I’m Stuck” and “Make Me Cry” as well as covers of “Electric Love” and The Weeknd’s “I Feel it Coming” (which Miley joined her for, as the duo did a little dance together).

The weekend concert series, which will broadcast on the AUDIENCE Network on June 23 and June 24, also featured performances by DJ Khaled, Halsey, Backstreet Boys, Fifth Harmony, Tinashe and Luis Fonsi.