Miley Cyrus got to meet two of her youngest fans on Friday while performing on the Today show: Savannah Guthrie's 2-year-old daughter and 5-month-old son

By Dave Quinn
May 26, 2017 11:30 AM

Miley Cyrus stopped by the Today show on Friday for a performance on the hit NBC morning show’s annual Citi Concert Series. And among the crowd of screaming fans were two very adorable tots: Savannah Guthrie‘s 2-year-old daughter Vale and 5-month-old son Charley!

The anchor, 45, brought her kids to see Cyrus sing a slew of her hits — including new single “Malibu” and 2013 track “We Can’t Stop.”

Vale even had a chance to meet Cyrus — and greeted the pop star by sticking out her tongue (Cyrus’ signature move).

“She’s a huge Miley fan,” Guthrie explained.

Cyrus, 24, appeared happy to meet Vale. “She’s my new background singer — she’s going on tour!” Cyrus said.

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While Vale encouraged Cyrus on the mic to “let go,” she and her mom moved aside to watch the singer’s set.

The three were all smiles on the sidelines, even posing for a group photo as seen in a retweet on Today‘s Twitter page.

TODAY/Nathan Congleton
TODAY/Nathan Congleton
TODAY/Nathan Congleton

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Guthrie previously told PEOPLE about the struggle she faces when it comes to balancing work and motherhood.

“I have terrible mom guilt,” she admitted during a pre-Mother’s Day chat with fellow Today moms Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda KotbJenna Bush Hager, Dylan Dreyer and Sheinelle Jones.

“It is so real. I’m hardly ever away from my kids. I mean, hardly ever. I feel sick inside when I’m not with them — I really do feel almost physically ill.”

“I miss them, I feel I’m letting them down,” Guthrie added. “Even if I’m with them all day, all weekend long, and I want to go take a bath or something — I feel bad if they’re in the other side of the apartment.”

She continued: “I’m telling you, I have it bad. Mom guilt is real.”