The 21 year-old's mother and sister were on the bus at the time of the fire, but everyone managed to escape unharmed.
Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' tour has been nothing short of eventful, but nothing could have predicted what happened next.
A huge tour bus travelling with the 'Wrecking Ball' singer's convoy caught fire after one of its tires blew out on Monday night (March 17th).
The incident happened in New Orleans but luckily Cyrus was still in her hotel room when the vehicle set alight.
However, it was carrying close family members of the 21 year-old singer, but nobody was injured in the blaze, as they all managed to escape in time.
Cyrus' younger sister Noah, tweeted "Bus Down," before reassuring her followers, "everyone got out safe no one is injured what so ever!! Everything is okay!!"
Noah also posted a video of the aftermath of the fire on her Instagram account, which shows the entire bus engulfed in flames on the roadside.
The vehicle belonged to Miley's mother, Trish, and was not actually part of the 'Bangerz', according to Billboard.
The exact location of the incident is still unknown.
The tour itself has garnered controversy for Miley's provocative style and sexually charged performances.
At the beginning of last month, when the 'Bangerz' tour kicked off, the management team were flooded with complaints and requests to cancel the rest of the tour as people thought her actions had gone "too far".
A source close to Miley's team told revealed at the time, "Miley's management have been flooded with complaints, mainly from parents, since her tour began last week in Canada with calls for the entire tour to be axed."
Adding, "Her team, including management, record label execs and the entire tour staff including the director, costume department and choreographers - have been called for an emergency meeting as arenas across the US threaten to pull out of the show."