The first Grammy ever went to Miley Cyrus. This is her reaction:

Miley Cyrus earned her first two Grammys after 15 years of music. Cyrus won best pop solo performance for "Flowers," from her eighth album, "Endless Summer Vacation." Later that night, she won record of the year for "Flowers." 

Miley Cyrus earned her first two Grammys after 15 years of music. Cyrus won best pop solo performance for "Flowers," from her eighth album, "Endless Summer Vacation." Later that night, she won record of the year for "Flowers."  

"I could've missed the award, but not Mariah Carey," she stated. Cyrus said she was in her "lucky number three" at the ceremony before telling a narrative that "sums up this moment." A tiny child sought a butterfly, starting her story. He couldn't catch the butterfly despite his parents' butterfly net. 

"Having failed, he sat down, let go, and submitted. "He was fine with not capturing this beautiful butterfly," Cyrus said. "And right when he did, is when the butterfly came and landed right on the tip of the nose." 

"This song, 'Flowers,' is my butterfly," she said, proudly holding the golden statuette. Her second speech after winning record of the year included dancing with fellow candidate Billie Ellish on her approach to the stage. 

"This award is amazing but I really hope it doesn't change anything because my life was beautiful yesterday," she said first. "Not everyone in the world will get a Grammy but everyone in this world is spectacular so please don't think that this is important." 

She thanked her team and "main gays because look how good I look!" Cyrus praised her mother, Tish, and sisters. All our loved ones. She said she hadn't forgotten anyone. I may have forgotten underwear. Bye!" 

Cyrus chose a translucent bronze suit on the red carpet to highlight her gold hair. Fans compared her hair to her godmother Dolly Parton and Maison Margiela's gold to Jane Fonda in "Barbarella." 

For the fourth year, Trevor Noah hosts the 2024 Grammys live from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. They air on CBS and other streaming services.  

SZA leads with nine nominations, followed by Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers, Olivia Rodrigo, Victoria Monet, and others. Artists include Dua Lipa, Luke Combs, and Joni Mitchell. 

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