Grammy Awards 2024: Miley Cyrus and her darling share their first public kiss

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Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend Maxx Morando caught everyone’s eyes during the Grammy Awards ceremony this Sunday, February 4, in Los Angeles.

Miley Cyrus can throw flowers at herself. The 66th Grammy Awards ceremony, which took place this Sunday, February 4, in Los Angeles, was marked by his coronation. During the evening, the American singer won the first two Grammy Awards of her career: that of best pop solo performance and that of recording of the year for her hit “Flowers”.

While everything seems to be going well in terms of her career, everything is also going well in terms of her heart for Miley Cyrus.

Miley Cyrus and Maxx Morando immortalized in full kiss

Miley Cyrus is clearly crazy about her new darling Maxx Morando, and she no longer hides it! While for three years they lived their romance discreetly, the star made the decision to live their love out in the open.

The singer and drummer of the group Liily were not afraid to appear in front of the photographers during the evening of the 2024 Grammy Awards. After setting fire on stage by performing “Flowers”, Miley Cyrus joined Maxx Morando at table. And there, the two lovebirds shared their first public kiss.

Miley Cyrus and her partner Maxx Morando share a kiss at the 2024 Grammy Awards
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As a reminder, Miley Cyrus and her new beau were seen together for the first time in 2021 when he hosted her special show on NBC, “Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party”. They were photographed holding hands backstage. A source has since confirmed to the magazine People that the two artists had been friends before they started dating. Maxx Morondo even worked on the singer’s latest album, “Endless Summer Vacation”, participating in the production of the tracks “Handstand” and “Violet Chemistry”.

The ceremony on WECB Hits, February 5

Exclusively in France, the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony will be broadcast on Monday February 5 on the channel WECB Hits At 20 o ‘clock. A replay will be available from Friday February 9 at 8 p.m.


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