Miley Cyrus scored her first Grammy nomination for her own music in over a decade on Friday (Nov. 10). Hours after the Recording Academy’s announcement of the 2024 Grammy nominations, the “Used to Be Young” singer took to X (formerly Twitter) to share a message of gratitude.
“Congratulations to all of this [year’s] Grammy nominees. Watching women win & rule the music industry makes me proud,” she wrote. “It’s fun to be nominated & exciting to win but having my music be LOVED around the world is the real trophy.”
“To my Smilers – I celebrate YOU today. Your joy is my bliss,” she continued. “My team + all of my collaborators are irreplaceable & priceless pieces of this puzzle. I love you all. Thank you for making my Endless Summer Vacation so sweet.”
The 2024 Grammy nominations were dominated by women, with SZA (nine), Victoria Monét and Phoebe Bridgers (seven each) leading the pack. Cyrus scored six nods, including album of the year for Endless Summer Vacation, best pop duo/group performance for her Brandi Carlile-assisted “Thousand Miles” and three nominations — best pop solo performance and record and song of the year — for her Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 smash hit “Flowers.”
Cyrus’ six new Grammy nominations are a sweet bookend to what has been a dominant year for the chameleonic pop star. At the top of the year, “Flowers” spent eight weeks atop the Hot 100, while its parent album, Endless Summer Vacation, climbed all the way to No. 3 on the Billboard 200, becoming her 14th top 10 entry on the ranking. An additional Hot 100 top 10 hit arrived in September by way of “Used to Be Young” (No. 8), a bonus track added to an Aug. 25 digital reissue of Endless Summer Vacation.
Check out Miley’s full message below:
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