Miley Cyrus is set to take center stage at the Grammy Awards ceremony scheduled to be held on Sunday, January 4, for a spectacular performance.
Variety reported on Friday, January 2, that the eight-time Grammy Award nominee is expected to perform her chart-topper Flowers at the 2024 Grammys.
The news comes after the Disney alum rehearsals for Sunday’s show at the Crypto.com Arena in downtown Los Angeles took place on Friday afternoon.
A source close to the venue dubbed the rehearsals as "blow-you-away-good" further confirming that Cyrus, 31, is in fine vocal form.
This Flowers rendition on the big show, which will air live on CBS and Paramount+, is going to be the first time the Wrecking Balls songstress will perform the track on TV since its release in January 2023.
The tune has netted three nods at Gramm,y 2024 including, Song of the Year, the Record of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance.
Additionally, A week ago PEOPLE reported that Dolly Parton is rooting for Cyrus to win in all categories she is nominated.
During a conversation with the outlet, the Jolene hitmaker expressed her excitement over her goddaughter and collaborator's nod at the upcoming 66th annual Grammy Awards.
"I’m so happy for her," the 78-year-old music icon shared, "I hope she wins as many as she can."
"I really love her song, Flowers," Parton continued to rave on the track. "That was a big, big song this past year, and so I hope she wins everything."
The 10-time Grammy awards winner went on to say that she’ll be proud of the Endless Summer Vacation artist whether she takes a gramophone home or not, "I’ll be happy for her with whatever she does win."