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Miley Cyrus Forgot Her Underwear as She Wins Her First Grammy Award!

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Echo Lawrence - February 5, 2024

The annual Grammy Awards took place last night in Los Angeles and even though they had that dweeb Trevor Noah hosting, there were moments that made the show bearable to watch. Most of those moments included the iconic Miley Cyrus, I could be biased because I do love me some Miley, but the singer brought the glamour, the energy and the wit to the Grammy stage each time she made her way up there.

Miley ended up taking home her first Grammy last night, winning the award for Best Pop Solo Performance for her song Flowers off of her latest album Endless Summer Vacation. She also ended up winning the award for Record of the Year for the song, which was the last award of the night.

Aside from taking home some fancy awards, Miley also took the stage to perform her hit song, wearing a glittery dress and some massive hair, the singer reminded us all exactly why she was nominated in the first place.

While she made several outfit changes, Miley took the stage to accept her award for Record of the Year wearing a revealing red dress and told the audience that she may have forgot some people in her acceptance speech, but she knows for sure she forgot to wear her underwear. That's what we like to hear!

Here are some of Miley's looks from last nights award show and a highlight from her performance!


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