Miley Cyrus Sings Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You' After It's Been Through Google Translate

"I like that cadaver."

In the past, we've loved watching YouTubers use Google Translate to transform lyrics into ultra-confusing songs. To do this, they'd feed lyrics to popular songs into the program, translate them to other languages, and then translate them back into English. The result is most often nonsensical, but always ridiculous. 

Jimmy Fallon has adapted this trend for a segment on The Tonight Show and, most recently, asked guest Miley Cyrus to perform a few Google Translated songs. First up, the pop star took on Ed Sheeran's wildly popular "Shape of You" which, after being put through the program, was retitled "Your Body's Curves." 

The Roots played the track while Cyrus took on the ridiculous lyrics without missing a beat. Instead of the line "I'm in love with your body" from the refrain, she sang "I like that cadaver" over and over. We have to admit it was pretty impressive that she got through it without even a smirk. 

She also sang Dusty Springfield's "Son of a Preacher Man," which translated to "A Minister's Male Child," and sang a duet with Fallon on Motown classic "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," which Google changed to "Landforms Don't Prefer To Get High." 

Watch the entire segment below. 



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