Miley Cyrus didn’t have any Grammy Awards… until now she gets two

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Miley Cyrus She is one of those artists that many of us have the feeling has spent her entire life dedicated to music and the fact that she started as a girl has made many of us grow up with her. At this point we could say that she has achieved everything, but no, she continues to enjoy first times and we have been able to see it in the Grammy Awards 2024.

For the first time, the singer, has taken not one, but two of the coveted gramophones and, strange as it may seem, it is something I have never achieved before. Her relationship with the Academy did not start on the right foot. She was nominated for The Climb at the 2010 Grammys, but was disqualified when it was discovered that the song had not originally been composed for the film for which it had been presented.

But this year things have changed. Miley arrived at the 66th edition of these awards with six nominations and a desire to make history. She stepped onto the red carpet in one of her three stunning looks of the night. She posed in a metallic dress Maison Margiela Made with safety pins forming a golden mesh that showed off her toned body.

A look that took us back to times gone by and reminded us of her admired Dolly Parton with that hair with volume so seventies, the work of her go-to stylist, Bob Recine.

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First Grammy for Miley

Once the gala started, she changed her wardrobe. She took the stage dressed in an iridescent black jumpsuit with a halter neck and a plunging neckline, from the hands of Mariah Careyhis award for best solo pop song for flowers.

A milestone in his career because it meant the first Grammy for her in her entire careerafter having achieved 8 nominations since 2015. Quite an achievement considering that it beat rivals as strong as Taylor Swift (Anti-Hero), Doja Cat (Paint the Town Red), Billie Eilish (What Was I Made For) and Olivia Rodrigo (vampire). Not even she could believe it.

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“This is too iconic. I was stuck between the rain and the traffic, I could miss the award, but not Mariah Carey”, he began jokingly in his acceptance speech. He continued with a nice metaphor that explained what this award meant to her.

“There was a girl who all she wanted for her birthday was a butterfly, so her parents gave her a net. She went out to the garden, started shaking the net to catch it, she sat on the ground exhausted and She was calm about the fact that she wasn’t going to capture it, but at that moment, one stopped on the tip of her nose and that butterfly is my flowers”, he admitted.


That was precisely the song she performed on stage with a third costume change. To sing she put on a silver mini dress with a lot of shine and movement with which he reversed the end of the song to which he gave a more rock and rebellious air. He didn’t hesitate to throw himself on the ground and leave without even saying goodbye. Setting attitude.

But it wasn’t the only prize of the night. It also ended up winning the best recording of the year. Definitely, flowers, has been, is and will be the great theme of his career. A theme of female empowerment that has given her the support she deserved. She did not hesitate to celebrate with a lot of love with her boy, Maxx Morando.

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Without a doubt, a new stage for Miley.


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Christopher Johnson

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