Miley Cyrus Confirmed To Join Star-studded 2024 Grammy Awards Performers Lineup

Miley Cyrus, the American singer, songwriter, and actress who gained worldwide fame for her role in the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana, has made history by becoming a first-time nominee in the “Big Three” categories at the Grammy Awards. The categories include album, record, and song of the year. After 16 years since her debut album, Miley Cyrus has finally received this recognition. In addition, the pop star is set to perform her hit single “Flowers” at the 2024 Grammy Awards ceremony, which will be held at the Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 4. This will be Miley’s first live performance of the song on TV since its release in January 2023.

“Flowers” has become one of the year’s most popular songs, staying at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for eight consecutive weeks. The song is also nominated for the Best Pop Solo Performance award. Cyrus co-wrote the song with Gregory Aldae Hein and Michael Pollack. “Flowers” is part of Cyrus’ album, Endless Summer Vacation, which has also been nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album.

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Moreover, Miley Cyrus and her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, have made history as the third parent-child duo to receive a Record of the Year nomination. Billy Ray Cyrus has been nominated twice for Record of the Year: once for his famous song “Achy Breaky Heart” in 1992 and once as a featured artist on Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” in 2019.

The Grammy Awards ceremony will feature performances from some of the biggest names in the music industry. Artists such as Burna Boy, Luke Combs (with Tracy Chapman), Billie Eilish, Billy Joel, Dua Lipa, Joni Mitchell, Olivia Rodrigo, Travis Scott, SZA, and U2 are set to perform. Burna Boy is expected to be joined by 21 Savage and Brandy, while Brandi Carlile is scheduled to join Joni Mitchell. The In Memoriam segment will feature Stevie Wonder, Fantasia Barrino, Annie Lennox, and Jon Batiste, who will pay tribute to Tony Bennett, Tina Turner, Sinéad O’Connor, and Clarence Avant, respectively.

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