Miley Cyrus sets the Grammys on fire with “Flowers”

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Miley Cyrus performed the song “ Endless Summer Vacation » on the Los Angeles stage Sunday evening.

On Sunday evening, Miley Cyrus took the stage at the Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles to perform her hit “ flowers », taken from his eighth studio album, Endless Summer Vacation.

Looking like a 1970s rock goddess in a sparkling silver dress and a blowout as big as Jane Fonda’s in BarbarellaCyrus launched herself with ferocity into “ flowers “. Seconds later, she looked at the crowd and hilariously asked her peers, “ Why do you act like you don’t know this song? », in the purest tradition of Hannah Montana.

Cyrus revealed that this was only the second time she sang ” flowers » live, but it felt like the millionth time, her gravelly voice taking the song to new heights. The singer was clearly thrilled to have won her first-ever Grammy Award earlier in the evening for Best Pop Solo Performance. She also drew inspiration from her personal idols, including Tina Turner. In the prologue before his performance, Cyrus admitted: “ I just want to be the artist my idols would be proud of “.

The song, which is a declaration of independence from Cyrus following her divorce from actor Liam Hemsworth, also won record of the year. Miley Cyrus received a total of six nominations this year.

Sunday was the first time she performed “ flowers » on television since the release of the single in January 2023. After the release of Endless Summer Vacation in March, Cyrus revealed that she would not tour for the album.


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