Miley Cyrus' Younger Sister Sounds Identical To Her In Recent Duet With Labrinth

The 24-year-old's younger sister, Noah, has performed a duet with Labrinth for the first time, and she sounds an awful lot like the former Disney child star.

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Her older sister might be a former Disney star, a chart-topping singer with hits like 'Wrecking Ball' and 'We Can't Stop' and be engaged to Hollywood heartthrob Liam Hemsworth, but Noah Cyrus is finally stepping out behind her sibling's shadow to forge a music career of her own.

Of course, it's not uncommon for a sibling to follow the path laid before them by their famous siblings (see Casey Affleck, Elizabeth Olsen and Jake Gyllenhaal) but, for the 17-year-old budding singer, it might be a bit more tricky to separate herself from her celebrity sister, given the fact their singing voices sound so darn similar.

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With her debut album, NC-17, scheduled for release later this year, last night the Nashville-born star teased her fans with a first-listen of her lead single, 'Make Me (Cry)', along with her co-producer and singer/songwriter, Labrinth.

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In her performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the teenager and British singer sang the a cappella-esque tune in front of dim lighting to the audience, and it didn't take long before we realised Noah sounds an awful lot like her superstar sister.

Seriously, the similarity between their vocals is uncanny.

With Miley's signature vibrato, Southern twang and gritty tone, Noah stole the show during the pair's rendition, dressed in black trousers, a black T-shirt and sported some black talons to match her dyed-black hair.

However, with news that Miley and Liam are busying planning to tie the knot in the Himalayan mountains later this summer, according to Life & Style, Noah might not have to compete with her sister for a number one spot in the music charts, just yet.

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