The 'Wrecking Ball' singer was due to headline the World Tour Bushfire Relief charity concert in Mebourne on Friday - but without her, organisers have decided to cancel it.
Pop star Miley Cyrus has cancelled a trip to Australia for a bushfire relief concert three days ahead of the show, citing recommendations that travel be curtailed to counter the spread of the global coronavirus epidemic. Cyrus, 27, who rose to fame with global hits like 'Party in the USA' and 'Wrecking Ball', was set to be the headline act for a concert on March 13 in Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne, which the organisers have now called off. All proceeds from the show were to go to Australian charities aiding relief efforts following a devastating bushfire season which destroyed nearly 12 million hectares (30 million acres) of bushland, killing 33 people and an estimated one billion native animals.
Wellwishers have been warned that trying to save koalas in bushfire-ravaged areas may actually be doing more harm than good.
"This is climate war," Yael Stone amid the bush fires in her homeland. "And for the first time, our enemy is not wearing a uniform that we'll be able to recognise. Our enemy is our own behaviour."
Sharon Osbourne slammed critics of Instagram model Kaylen Ward who sold nude photos to help aid Australian wildfire relief efforts.
The 'Good Morning Britain' presenter posted her extensive list of accomplishments after Craig Kelly said she was wrong about climate change.
Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West have come under fire from internet trolls for their reaction to the Australian bushfires.
The Australian singer said it was "heartbreaking" to see her homeland being destroyed by fires.
Bec Winter fled from bushfires in Moruya on horseback but when she returned home her house had been ransacked by thieves, who stole son Riley's bike.
Some 480 million mammals, birds and reptiles are estimated to have perished since September.
With fireworks welcoming 2020 in Sydney, emergency workers tried to take advantage of better weather conditions on New Year’s Day in rural Australia.
The footage, posted on social media, shows the creatures hopping through the Monaro grasslands near Bredbo in New South Wales.
She used her shirt to protect him from the flames in New South Wales as the koala bear screamed in pain.