Miley Cyrus will be dancing and entertaining with her soulful performance on the smashing hit song Flowers during the Grammys held on Sunday evening
The gigantic annual celebration of the music industry is almost here with heart-pounding excitement as the Grammys are scheduled to take place on Sunday evening. A celebration of musical talent is set to bring together the best singers, music composers, and songwriters who contributed hit songs to the industry. Actor and comedian Trevor Noah will once again be returning for the fourth consecutive time to host the remarkable night of glamor and melody organized by the Recording Academy. Singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus will be setting the stage on fire with her energetic performance on the smashing song Flowers on the Eve.
Musicians will be making their grand appearances for the 66th Grammy Awards, and all eyes will be fixated on the promising nominees in various categories, including best singer, songwriter, and producer. This year’s Grammy Awards are quite special for Miley Cyrus, as the popstar bagged six nominations in different categories, including best pop, song of the year for the Billboard sensation Flowers, and album of the year for Endless Summer Vacation.
The 31-year-old artist will be dancing and entertaining the viewers with her soulful performance on the hit song Flowers, which emerged at the top of the charts and made a glorious presence on the Hot 100 Billboard. The evening will mark her first ever live performance of Flowers since its January 2023 release.
The ceremony is slated to air live on CBS and Paramount Plus and will be held in Los Angeles at 8.30 p.m. EST. However, the Indian audience will be able to experience the musical night on Monday morning around 7 a.m. via the official website live.GRAMMY.com and the Recording Academy’s YouTube channel.
Interestingly, Flowers is a song about empowerment, and its lyrics also reflect on self-love and belief in oneself. This year’s Grammy nods are nominated by women, and Cyrus had previously expressed her excitement and proud moment after receiving the honors.
Meanwhile, acclaimed artists like SZA, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, and Meryl Streep will be joining Miley Cyrus as they are expected to contribute to the grand musical celebration.