The gala of the 62 GRAMMY awards left us with performances of the most exciting as that of Lizzo, accompanied by an orchestra of women; the Billie Eilish, of the most intimate along with his brother Finneas; or of Rosalia, who took flamenco to the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.
But if you had a performance that everyone was waiting for (especially the ARMY) and who spread the good cheer among the stalls, that was the Lil Nas X, which did not let the opportunity pass to pay homage to Kobe Bryant.
The rapper rose to all the public with her ‘Old Town Road’ and a mise-en-scene of the most crazy that you met the guys of BTS, Mason Ramsey, Diplo and Billy Ray Cyrus.
This song was made viral thanks to the social network TikTok and it has taken two statuettes of the GRAMMYs for best music video and best duo for her collaboration with Billy Ray Cyrus, father of Miley and Noah Cyrus.
During the performance you could see that among the attendees were Noah and Tish Cyrus, younger daughter and wife of singer, giving his all with the song. However, there was a notable absence: Where was Miley Cyrus?
The singer of ‘Wrecking ball’ he did not attend the awards GRAMMY, something that should not be unlikely, since she was not nominated in any category (despite having taken out new album ‘She Is Coming’ the past month of June).
In the edition of last year everyone was wondering where was your now ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. It was just a few months ago that had been married and all eyes were waiting impatient to see them arrive together on the red carpet. However, the australian was in the hospital.
Miley Cyrus has wanted to joke about his absence posting a video in which she can be seen in the gala of the awards EMAS 2013 taking off the bag what looks like a joint to give you a puff: “And we wonder why I’m not invited to the awards”.
Might not be supporting your father during the gala but wanted to share with his followers proud I was of him and Lil Nas X through their social networks: “Congratulations to my dad @billyraycyrus and my little brother @lilnasx for their 2 Grammy awards!!!!!! (P.S. could not any, you bastards winners of the Grammy, tell me that I have pizza on my shirt in the damn role!)
In addition, he wished to remember the time in which he shared the stage with his father at the Glastonbury Festival for versioning ‘Old Town Road’: “I love you two as a family… well, one I have to love him like a family and the other I WANT to!”