Miley Cyrus bagged her first ever gramophone at the 2024 Grammy Awards on Sunday for her hit song Flowers.
The 31-year-old singer, dubbed the Pop Chameleon, outshined other nominees for the best pop solo performance, taking home the coveted award.
Cyrus, who was shocked when Mariah Carey called out her name onstage, took her excitement over social media on Monday, "I had all the perfect things to say, but none of them could come out in this moment of shock."
She expressed her gratitude to the All I Want For Christmas Is You hitmaker, "Thank you @mariahcarey for being so iconic. MCxMC4EVR."
Before mentioning her Godmother, Dolly Parton, in the lengthy caption, she exclusively gushed over her mother, saying, "I love you more than anything in the entire universe, my family."
Notably, leaving her father out from the caption and among all the siblings, she only went on to mention her elder sister, Brandy Cyrus, followed by thanking her entire team behind the song that landed her first Grammy, she expressed her gratitude towards her fans.
Shortly after she posted the carousel featuring her on the stage with the sweet caption, her comments section was blasted with warm wishes.
Paris Hilton wrote enthusiastically, "Congratulations! I am so proud of you. I was blown away by your beauty and confidence on stage last night! So inspiring. Love you [loved up emoji]."
Brandi chimed in, "ILYSM sissy, I am so so beyond proud of you!!!"
Official Instagram commented, "mc²[flowers emoji]."
"You were wildly charismatic and a total blast to watch up there. Well deserved my friend," another fellow raved.
In addition to that, Youtube Music and a plethora of fans and friends joined in on the loved up trail in the comments section.