Miley Cyrus Didn’t Thank Her Dad In Her Grammy Acceptance Speeches

Miley Cyrus notably excluded her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, from her acceptance speech at the 2024 Grammys after her song “Flowers” won the award for record of the year. The “Hannah Montana” star thanked her team and producers before giving shout-outs to her loved ones in the audience at Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday. “My mommy, my sister, my love, my main gays because look how good I look,” she said, referencing Tish Cyrus, Brandi Cyrus, Maxx Morando and her stylists, respectively.

Miley, who rocked five outfits throughout the ceremony, concluded her speech by adding, “I don’t think I forgot anyone — but I might have forgotten underwear. Bye!” “Flowers” also received the award for best pop solo performance earlier in the night, marking the “Wrecking Ball” singer’s first-ever Grammy win.

Rumors of a Cyrus family feud have been running rampant for months.

The speculation started in August 2023 when Miley’s siblings Noah Cyrus and Braison Cyrus skipped their mom Tish’s wedding to “Prison Break” star Dominic Purcell.

Miley, 31, Brandi, 36, and their brother Trace Cyrus were in attendance at the nuptials, with the pop star serving as her mom’s maid of honor. Then, in October, Noah, 24, fueled chatter of a rift when she commented about Miley’s “disrespect” on a TikTok video of the former Disney Channel star discussing the “July” singer living in her shadow.

While none of the family members have directly commented on the drama, fans have surmised that the five Cyrus children took sides after Tish, 56, filed for divorce from Billy Ray, 62, in April 2022. The former couple, who previously separated in 2013, were married for nearly 30 years. The “Achy Breaky Heart” singer has since moved on, too, marrying fellow musician Johanna “Firerose” Hodges last October.