Miley Cyrus Set to Make a Grand Return to the Grammy Stage After Five Years with a Hot Performance- Remember Her In My Blood Duet with Shawn Mendes?

Miley Cyrus is set to make a long-awaited comeback at this year’s Grammy Awards, after a five-year hiatus from the prestigious ceremony. The 31-year-old singer last graced the Grammy stage in 2019, leaving her fans ecstatic with a memorable duet alongside Shawn Mendes. This Sunday, she will once again captivate audiences at the Arena in Los Angeles, as confirmed by a recent report from Variety just days before the star-studded event. During her performance, Miley is expected to enchant viewers with a live rendition of Flowers, the chart-topping lead single from her latest album, Endless Summer Vacation.

Miley Cyrus will perform at this year's Grammy Awards, marking the first time she has sung at the ceremony in five years; pictured on New Year's Eve 2021

Miley Cyrus is set to grace the stage at the upcoming Grammy Awards, making it her first performance at the prestigious event in half a decade. The talented singer was last seen at the ceremony back in 2017.

The 31-year-old pop act last took the stage at the Grammys in 2019, sending her fans into a frenzy of delight with her duet of In My Blood with Shawn Mendes

The 31-year-old singer wowed fans at the 2019 Grammys with a duet of In My Blood alongside Shawn Mendes. A source revealed that Miley’s rehearsal at the arena was ‘mind-blowingly good’, just days before the big show.

In her song Flowers, Miley sings about being able to give herself the love and care she needs post-breakup. With lyrics like ‘I can buy myself flowers, write my name in the sand, talk to myself for hours, say things you don’t understand’, she conveys a sense of empowerment.

Miley’s album Endless Summer Vacation has garnered six Grammy nominations, with Flowers getting nods for Song Of The Year, Record Of The Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance. The album itself is up for Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album, while her duet Thousand Miles with Brandi Carlile is in the running for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

Endless Summer Vacation, released in March last year, marks Miley’s eighth studio album and follows her 2020 release Plastic Hearts. Although Miley did not receive any Grammy nominations for Plastic Hearts, she did not perform at that ceremony either.

Miley made her first appearance at the Grammy Awards in 2009 at just 16 years old, where she performed Fifteen with Taylor Swift.

Onstage that night, Miley will reportedly deliver a rendition of Flowers, her smash hit lead single from last year's album Endless Summer Vacation

During her performance that evening, it has been rumored that Miley will treat the audience to a live version of Flowers, the popular lead track from her 2021 album Endless Summer Getaway.

She first played the awards show back in 2009, when she was just 16 years old and performed the song Fifteen onstage with Taylor Swift

Her debut at the awards show was back in 2009, at the age of 16, when she sang Fifteen alongside Taylor Swift.

In 2018, she returned to the Grammys stage to join Elton John in a sensational, mega-viral duet of his classic single Tiny Dancer

In 2018, she made a comeback to the Grammy stage with Elton John, creating an electrifying and widely shared duet performance of his iconic song “Tiny Dancer”.

One year later, she was back at the ceremony, appearing alongside pop heartthrob Shawn Mendes to perform his song In My Blood

A year later, she made a comeback at the event, sharing the stage with pop sensation Shawn Mendes for a performance of his hit song “In My Blood.” In 2018, she graced the Grammys stage once again, teaming up with Elton John for a spectacular and widely-shared duet of his timeless classic “Tiny Dancer.”

Throughout her career, Miley Cyrus had only received two Grammy nominations, until this year’s nominations brought her newfound success. Her first nomination was for Best Pop Vocal Album with “Bangerz” in 2013, marking a pivotal moment in her transition from her Hannah Montana days to her more mature persona. In addition, she was nominated two years ago for Album Of The Year as a featured artist on Lil Nas X’s album “MONTERO.”

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