She began her performance by covering Toni Basil’s Hey Mickey, though she changed the lyrics to “Hey Miley”.
The rocker then sang her song Prisoner before Billy Idol joined her onstage to perform Night Crawling and his 1982 hit White Wedding.
Miley took a moment to thank the essential workers in the audience before she sang Blondie’s Heart Of Glass.
In true Miley style, she then twerked and danced on a motorcycle before she transitioned to belting out Head Like A Hole, followed by performances of High, Nothing Breaks Like A Heart, her godmother Dolly Parton’s hit Jolene, and Midnight Sky mashed up with Fleetwood Mac’s Edge Of Seventeen.
She even stopped singing for a moment, and put her head down.
Wiping away tears, she told the crowd after the performance: “Singing that song, Wrecking Ball, about feeling completely broken and shattered … everyone’s suffering is different, even everyone’s threshold of pain.
“I wear a lot of glitter and I wear a lot of armour, and I also wear my heart on my sleeve, and it gets broken a lot.”
Miley’s concert concluded with an emotional performance of her hit The Climb.
The 28-year-old had been teasing her prep work for the performance throughout the week leading up to the Super Bowl.
The singer previously shared a video of her singing her song Plastic Hearts as she walked on the treadmill in tight shorts and a matching sports bra.