Miley Cyrus achieved a career milestone by wining her first ever Grammy award for Record of the Year for hit track Flowers.
The Endless Summer Vacation songstress, who was nominated alongside Billie Eilish, boygenius, Jon Batiste, Olivia Rodrigo, SZA, Taylor Swift and Victoria Monét won the big award on Sunday.
The 31-year-old singer in her acceptance speech snubbed her dad Billy Ray, however she thanked all the people, who made her song a huge hit in 2023.
"This award is amazing. But I really hope that it doesn't change anything because my life was beautiful yesterday. Not everyone in the world will get a Grammy, but everyone in this world is spectacular," she said.
Miley Cyrus continued with a laugh, "So please don't think that this is important, even though it's very important, right guys?"
The Used to be Young hit maker went on to thank "everyone that's standing on this stage right now Tom, Tyler, Michael and Greg. Our teams, my team, Crush, Columbia, my mommy, my sister, my love, my main gays because look how good I look."
Cyrus then playfully asked the crew members behind her, "Anyone else? Your wife, your fiancée, all the people that we love. Thank you all so much."
"I don't think I forgot anyone. But I might have forgotten underwear. Bye!" she said in a witty manner as she concluded her speech without the mention of her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus.
Flowers outshined, Billie Eilish's What Was I Made For?, Olivia Rodrigo's vampire, SZA's Kill Bill, boygenius' Not Strong Enough, Jon Batiste's Worship, Taylor Swift's Anti-Hero and Victoria Monét's On My Mama in the same category.
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