Miley Cyrus won the first Grammy Award of her career this Sunday. The singer was the first winner of the night for her mega hit “Flowers” and then performed it live with a devastating stage performance.
The Hannah Montana actress was the winner of the award for Best Pop Solo Performance and the award was presented by Mariah Carey. At the time of receiving the award, Cyrus revealed that she was arriving late to the ceremony and that what worried her most was missing the moment with her colleague.
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Later, she sang “Flowers” live for the first time on a television show. With a shiny dress and a savage hairstyle, the artist appealed to a glam rock look and displayed her great talent with this song.
Miley Cyrus receives the award for best pop performance for “Flowers”, presented by Mariah Carey. (Photo: Reuters / Mike Blake)
In the middle of his performance, he shouted “I just won my first Grammy!” and danced around the stage celebrating this great victory in his career.
The truth is that this was a difficult shortlist for Cyrus, since she was nominated alongside the most popular artists of today: Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish and Doja Cat.
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While Miley performed at the Grammy ceremony, she had the support of the public and the cameras were on Kylie Minogue, who sang and danced to “Flowers”, like Taylor Swift and John Legend. At the end she received a standing ovation from those present.
Miley Cyrus performs during the 66th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S., February 4, 2024. REUTERSBy: REUTERS
Cyrus opted for a striking but classic staging, with the musicians standing on platforms. Towards the end of the song, Miley appealed to the rock side of her and reversed the ending of the song.
She took the microphone stand in her hands and ended up throwing it on the floor and leaving without greeting the audience like a true rebel, thus crowning a devastating presentation.
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In addition to Cyrus, Tracy Chapman also appeared on the Grammy Awards stage with Luke Combs performing a more than emotional version of the classic “Fast Car.”
In addition, SZA performed with “Kill Bill” and had dancers who recreated a confrontation with katanas, faithful to the style of the Quentin Tarantino film that gives its name to the song. Furthermore, the most nominated artist of the night began her show with a cinematographic proposal in which she “murders” a man.