Music Review Miley Cyrus fights through heartache with raunch, swagger ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Miley Cyrus opened Wednesday’s show at TD Garden with a giant projection of her head over the stage. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Cyrus then slid down a tongue-shaped slide. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The last time Cyrus appeared at TD Garden was 2009, basically a lifetime in pop music. Jim Davis/Globe Staff This time, Cyrus arrived supersized: more raunch, more attitude, more confidence, more hits. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Cyrus told the audience that one of her dogs, Floyd, had died the day before. “Your responsibility is to get me through, I think, the hardest day of my entire life,” she told the crowd. Jim Davis/Globe Staff A fan used a cellphone camera to get a snap of Miley Cyrus on stage. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Among the scenes from the show (not shown in this photo): Cyrus simulated oral sex on someone dressed as Abraham Lincoln. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Cyrus saved her most-known songs for the end of the show, hitting hard with her three biggest hits. Jim Davis/Globe Staff “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball” doubled as thunderous singalongs. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Cyrus tossed fake money in the air during her concert at the Garden. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The excess was in line with Cyrus’s latest album, “Bangerz,” but it also obscured the simple fact that she’s a competent singer who could occasionally make more with less spectacle.