Watch the video for Miley Cyrus’ reworked version of Nine Inch Nails’ “Head Like a Hole”

Courtesy NetflixMiley Cyrus' reworked version of the Nine Inch Nails song "Head Like a Hole," featured in the new Black Mirror episode "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too," now has a video.

The episode stars Cyrus as a purple-haired pop star Ashley O, whose songs are alternate versions of NIN tracks. For example, in "On a Roll," her take on "Head Like a Hole," she sings "I'm on a roll/ridin' so high, achieving my goals/I'm stoked on ambition and verve/I'm gonna get what I deserve" -- instead of the original lyrics: "Head like a hole/black as your soul/I'd rather die than give you control/Bow down before the one you serve/you're going to get what you deserve."

In the video, streaming now on YouTube, Miley as Ashley sings on a lit-up set while wearing a white vinyl two-piece outfit, surrounded by a troupe of backup dancers. It appears to be a standard pop video until we get towards the end. Then, the picture appears to split and crack, like the graphic that opens Black Mirror

In between those cracks, the picture switches to black and white, and we see flashes of Ashley O looking upset and giving the finger. We also see scenes of Ashley O's manager and aunt, Catherine, played by Susan Pourfar. If you've seen the episode, you know these images reflect the plot.

"Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too," which is now streaming on Netflix as part of Black Mirror season five, also features a reworked version of NIN's "Right Where It Belongs." Frontman Trent Reznor gave the Black Mirror showrunners his blessing to rewrite the lyrics for the episode.

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