Miley Cyrus performed a short set for a benefit concert on Saturday night, and the singer went viral. No, it’s not for crazy antics or outrageous fashion choices. She just has a really, really good cover of “Zombie,” and fans want her to release it as a single.

Cyrus, 27, covered the hit song from Irish band The Cranberries at Los Angeles music venue Whiskey A Go Go on Saturday night. Her three-song set was part of the Save Our Stages Fest, a three-day virtual benefit festival aiming to help independent live music venues survive the current economic crisis. The concerts are raising funds for the National Independent Venue Association’s (NIVA) Emergency Relief Fund.

For her Saturday night set, Cyrus started with a cover of The Cure’s 1979 single “Boys Don’t Cry,” followed by The Cranberries’ “Zombie,” originally released in 1993. She ended with her latest original single, “Midnight Sky.” Watch the full set below:

The singer’s cover of “Zombie” stole the spotlight. Fans were excited to hear the cover and are even more excited that it’s going viral.

“Miley's cover of Zombie going viral ugh we love to see it,” one Twitter user wrote with a crying emoji. “Miley is finally getting the recognition that she deserves.”

“The recent rounds of covers are incredible. This is today’s repeat watch,” another added. “I *never* thought I’d be a fan of Miley but she’s definitely won me over with Heart Of Glass and now this...”

Cyrus released a cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” on Spotify last month after performing it at the iHeart Festival, and they want her to do the same with “Zombie.” Fans were demanding the singer give them the track. “Miley PLEASE put your zombie version on spotify i’m begging youuuuu, it was simply PERFECT,” one fan tweeted at her.

Cyrus’ Instagram clip has been viewed over 1.4 million times at press time and the same video has nearly 1 million views on Twitter. It’s certainly a popular clip, but fans will have to wait and see if she officially releases a single.

The “Black Mirror” actress has had several covers go viral. Last week, her performance on “MTV Unplugged” highlighted her dark take on Britney Spears’ “Gimme More.” She also covered her godmother Dolly Parton's hit "Jolene" in 2012, and fans are still asking for a single version.

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Miley Cyrus attends The Women's Cancer Research Fund's An Unforgettable Evening Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on February 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison