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Miley Cyrus Set to Dazzle Grammy Stage with 'Flowers' Performance

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 3 February 2024, 11:31 IST
Miley Cyrus Set to Dazzle Grammy Stage with 'Flowers' Performance

Washington: Singer-songwriter and actor Miley Cyrus is gearing up for a spectacular performance of her hit song 'Flowers' at the upcoming Grammy Awards, as reported by Variety.

Rehearsal Revelations
Cyrus was spotted in downtown Los Angeles on Friday afternoon at the Crypto.com Arena, diligently rehearsing for the highly anticipated event on Sunday. According to insiders, the rehearsal left a lasting impression, described as "blow-you-away good," and Cyrus is reported to be in excellent vocal condition.

TV Comeback
The Grammy performance is poised to mark Cyrus' first television appearance since the release of 'Flowers' in January 2023.

Award Nominations
'Flowers,' an empowering anthem, is not just a performance but a contender for both Song of the Year and Record of the Year awards. Variety also notes that Cyrus' album 'Endless Summer Vacation,' which includes 'Flowers,' is in the running for Album of the Year.

Competition and Recognition
In the Album of the Year category, 'Endless Summer Vacation' faces tough competition, including Taylor Swift's 'Midnights' among others. Despite her illustrious career, Cyrus has yet to secure a Grammy win, with 'Endless Summer Vacation' nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album and 'Flowers' competing for Best Pop Solo Performance.

Grammy Journey
Since transitioning from acting to music in the late 2000s, Cyrus, the former child star of 'Hannah Montana,' has accumulated eight Grammy nominations. Notably, she received her sixth nomination for Best Pop Duo/Vocal Performance for her collaboration with Brandi Carlile on 'Thousand Miles.'

Star-Studded Lineup
Cyrus joins a stellar lineup of Grammy telecast performers, including SZA, Joni Mitchell, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo, Tracy Chapman, and Luke Combs, as reported by Variety.

(With ANI inputs)

First published: 3 February 2024, 11:31 IST