Miley Cyrus won her first-ever Grammy Awards in the categories of Best Pop Solo Performance and Record of The Year, at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday.
The singer and songwriter received the accolades for her hit-song, Flowers and took to her Instagram account to express her heartfelt gratitude to everyone who had a role in supporting her.
“I had all the perfect things to say but none of them could come out in this moment of shock. I’m happy they didn’t… because (thankfully) prepared perfection just isn’t my story. Life is so much more exciting this way,” her caption read.
Cyrus proceeded to thank her family and wrote, “To my mommy @tishcyrus I love you more than anything in the entire universe, my family, @brandicyrus thank you for being there like always, my godmother @dollyparton - I felt your fairy dust everywhere ( I put a little extra in my hair , could you tell?!)”
However, it was noticeable that Cyrus did not mention her father, Billy Ray Cyrus in the caption nor during her award acceptance speech at the ceremony.
As the Party In The USA crooner continued to praise everyone else who cheered for her, she penned, “My lover, my momos, my friends, my collaborators , @kidharpoon @tylersamj @pollackmusic @aldaelong , every single person who made this song and album possible! My team (a little extra love to the glam team).”
Living up to her reputation of celebrating her fans, she dedicated a warm note at the end of her caption that read, “I celebrate my fans above all else. No award means as much to me as the years we’ve spent together. You SAW me before this recognition.”
“I never needed it because I HAVE YOU. A day doesn’t pass that I don’t spend atleast a moment thanking heaven for sending me such supportive earth angels. I love you with my entire heart. To many more years together,” Cyrus concluded.
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