Grammys viewers think Miley Cyrus took a savage shot at ex Liam Hemsworth with lyrics change

Grammy viewers think Miley Cyrus took a swipe at her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth while performing at the 2024 Grammy Awards.

The 31-year-old 'Party in the USA' hitmaker picked up her first Grammy award on Sunday night (February 4), succeeding in the Best Pop Vocal Performance for her chart-topping anthem 'Flowers'.

In between her wins, Cyrus delighted viewers and the audience with a live performance of the 2023 track, which was part of her eighth studio album, Endless Summer Vacation.

According to fans, the 'Wrecking Ball' vocalist appeared to make several references to her divorce from the 34-year-old Hunger Games actor by improvising around the lyrics.

Watch Cyrus' performance below:

During the bridge of the song, Cyrus sang: "I didn't want to leave you," adding the line "but had to," before singing the line "I didn't want to fight" and interrupting herself once again by saying "but we did."

She then finished the bridge by changing the lyrics from "I started to cry, then remembered I can buy myself flowers" to "I started to cry, then remembered I just won my first Grammy!"

Social media sleuths have speculated that her additional lyrics were savage shots at her ex-husband, who is also thought to be the subject of the break-up song.

One fan said: "The Liam shade in between the lyrics to Miley saying she just won a Grammy YOU ARE NOTHING @LiamHemsworth."

Another person chimed in: "The way Miley KEEPS shading Liam yes girl!" while a third person quipped: "I hope Liam is throwing up & crying watching Miley right now."

A fourth shared: "Liam gonna forever take a shot from Miley."
The 'Wrecking Ball' songstress and Hemsworth began dating between 2009 and 2013 and were also engaged for a brief period.

They broke up for a short period and got back together in 2016. They then eventually tied the knot among family and friends in an intimate ceremony back in December 2018.

However, the Dressmaker actor filed for divorce in August 2019 - several months after Cyrus' Glastonbury performance - and the former couple eventually reached an official settlement in early 2020.
Later in the evening, Cyrus won the award for Record of the Year, which is one of the ceremony's prestigious prizes. The former Disney Channel star beat Billie Eilish’s 'What Was I Made For?', 'Not Strong Enough' by Boygenius, Jon Batiste’s 'Worship', Olivia Rodrigo’s 'Vampire', SZA’s 'Kill Bill', 'Anti-Hero' by Taylor Swift, and Victoria Monét’s 'On My Mama'.

"This award is amazing, but I really hope that it doesn't change anything because my life was beautiful yesterday," she said while picking up the major award. "Not everyone in the world will get a Grammy, but everyone in this world is spectacular, so please don't think that this is important."

Cyrus then expressed gratitude to her mom, sister, her partner, and "my main gays because look how good I look," before adding: "I don’t think I forgot anyone. But I might have forgotten underwear. Bye!” rounding off her speech to applause and laughter.

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