Miley Cyrus Takes Home First GRAMMY Award After 9 Years - Watch Viral Video

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After nearly a decade since her first GRAMMY nomination, Miley Cyrus has finally clinched her first golden gramophone.

The pop sensation, whose career skyrocketed with the 2013 album 'Bangerz,' has now secured the prestigious accolade for Best Pop Vocal Solo Performance with her 2023 hit single 'Flowers.'

In a competitive category featuring chart-toppers like Taylor Swift's 'Anti-Hero,' Olivia Rodrigo's 'Vampire,' Billie Eilish's 'What Was I Made For,' and Doja Cat's 'Paint the Town Red,' Cyrus emerged victorious, stunning the audience and herself alike.

Presented by none other than Mariah Carey, Cyrus took to the stage to accept the trophy, sharing a heartfelt anecdote about her journey to achieving this milestone.

She expressed her disbelief and gratitude, acknowledging that owning a GRAMMY was something she never imagined possible.

'Flowers' not only claimed the top spot as the best female song of 2023 according to Billboard but also marks Cyrus's longest-charting #1 hit.

Now, with a GRAMMY win under her belt, the track adds another layer of significance to her illustrious career.

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