AceShowbiz - Miley Cyrus' absence at the 2020 Grammy Awards raised a question among her fans as her father Billy Ray Cyrus was part of the Sunday, January 26 gala, which was also attended by her sister Noah Cyrus. While people can't help wondering why she missed the big night, the 27-year-old star has shared her own theory on why she wasn't invited to the event.
On Monday, the "Malibu" songstress took to Instagram to hint that she's not invited to the Grammys and other award shows anymore because of her antics at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards that was related to her love for cannabis. The former "Hannah Montana" star shared a clip of her smoking a joint onstage at the event and wrote in the caption, "& we wonder why I'm not invited to award shows anymore."
Many have since sounded their support for Miley after she was allegedly blacklisted by award shows because of the reason she mentioned above, with Vanessa Hudgens replying to her post, "What a baller." "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Lisa Rinna wrote, "I'd have you at mine if I had one."
Designer Alexander Wang told the former Disney darling, "Don't ever change." Another user commented, "BECAUSE THEY DON'T DESERVE YOU," while someone else echoed the sentiment and wrote, "omgggg the shade you're way too good for them baby it's no surprise."
Some people argued that an artist has to be nominated, or have a charted song within the past year, or be tapped as a performer or presenter to attend the Grammy Awards. However, Miley's sister Noah didn't meet the criteria either and still attended the event.
Meanwhile, their father Billy Ray won Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Music Video for his collaboration with Lil Nas X in the rapper's hit "Old Town Road". The duo also performed the song with BTS (Bangtan Boys), Diplo and Mason Ramsey.