Miley Cyrus is set to grace the Grammy Awards stage for the first time in five years, marking a significant return to the prestigious event.
After a captivating duet with Shawn Mendes on In My Blood at the 2019 Grammys, the 31-year-old pop sensation is making a highly anticipated comeback to the awards stage.
The official announcement of her return to the Grammy Awards came just two days before the star-studded event at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, as reported by Variety on Friday.
Fans are eagerly awaiting her performance this Sunday night, expecting another memorable musical moment.
During the upcoming performance, Miley is set to present a rendition of Flowers, her highly successful lead single from the album Endless Summer Vacation released last year.
According to an insider, Miley's rehearsal on Friday afternoon at the Crypto.com arena, less than 72 hours before the show, was described as "blow-you-away good" leaving a lasting impact.
For the unversed, Miley is in contention for six Grammy Awards this upcoming Sunday, with half of the nominations attributed to her song Flowers in the categories of Song Of The Year, Record Of The Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance.
Furthermore, her album Endless Summer Vacation is vying for the coveted titles of Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album.
Miley's collaborative effort with Brandi Carlile on the track Thousand Miles is in contention for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
Released in March of the preceding year, Endless Summer Vacation marks Miley's eighth studio album and serves as her first since the 2020 release of Plastic Hearts.
Interestingly, she received no Grammy nominations for her contributions to Plastic Hearts and did not grace the stage with a performance at that particular ceremony.
Reflecting on her Grammy history, Miley made her debut appearance at the awards show in 2009 at the age of 16, delivering a memorable performance of the song Fifteen alongside Taylor Swift.
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