Saying “everyone has the right to love each other,” Miley Cyrus dedicated a song Monday to her gay fans, Us Magazine reported.

Cyrus made her dedication in Los Angeles, where she was performing at the House of Blues.

While performing the title single from her third studio album Can't Be Tamed, the 17-year-old Hanna Montana star once again swooped down on a female dancer and the pair gave the impression of sharing a series of passionate kisses choreographed to the music.

Cyrus first stunned audiences with the faux lesbian kiss during a performance earlier in the month on the UK's Britain's Got Talent, the Simon Cowell-created talent contest.

But she's since insisted there is no kissing involved, just “rocking out.”

In Los Angeles, the entertainer told the audience that she had dedicated My Heart Beats for Love to her gay fans.

“I wrote this for my gay fans,” she said during the song's introduction. “Everyone has the right to love each other and no one should feel discriminated or judged for that.”