Best performances of the 2024 Grammys: Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish…

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Best performances of the 2024 Grammys: Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish…

Music’s biggest night has celebrated the industry’s successes of the last year. For this reason, some of the main artists of 2022 such as Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish or Olivia Rodrigo had to get on the Grammy stage to claim their hits.

The Grammy winner for Record of the Year for ‘Flowers’ performed her hit in what was the performance’s first televised performance, despite its release more than a year ago. Furthermore, she did it while joking: “Why do you pretend that you don’t know?”

On the other hand, Dua Lipa was in charge of opening the ceremony. And she didn’t just do it with ‘Houdini’, her most recent single, but she also did it with ‘Training Season’, her next single. Although its launch will not be until February 15, it seems that its promotion has already begun.

Olivia Rodrigo also joined the Grammy concert with her ‘vampire’, although it ended up leaving empty despite having a large number of nominations. Billie Eilish had greater luck, who triumphed with the ballad ‘What Was I Made For?’ and she performed it on stage. Or SZA, who took home three Grammys for her acclaimed album ‘SOS’ and was encouraged to sing some of his hits.

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