Miley Cyrus’ Parents Were Her Dates For The Grammys—And Their Red Carpet Family Photo Is So Cute
This is a great family photo!
Who says the red carpet can’t make the perfect place for a family portrait? Country music legend Billy Ray Cyrus and his wife Tish accompanied their daughter, Miley Cyrus, to the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, and their red-carpet moment made for a memorable family portrait.
The family dressed up for the special occasion and couldn’t have looked happier as they struck a pose together. Miley and her mom stunned in all-black — Miley in a black pantsuit and her mom in a shimmering low-cut dress. Billy Ray, of course, rocked a cowboy hat and boots and looked completely in his element:
Look at those beaming smiles!
Does this family know how to strike a pose or what?
The night was made all the more special by the fact that Miley got to perform with her godmother, the iconic country musician Dolly Parton.
The two sang “Jolene” together as part of the tribute to Parton during the Grammy Awards. This was only a couple of days after Miley took the stage with Shawn Mendes to perform a cover of Parton’s “Islands in the Stream” on Feb. 8 at the MusiCares Person of the Year Gala.
You can catch their performance in this video from the Miley Cyrus World YouTube channel:
In the past, Miley has spoken about how much she’s learned from Parton.
“Seriously, watching the way she treats people with love and respect. Always a reminder to me and my family of what is important. Never let success change your heart,” she said in an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine in 2017.
Having her family escort her to the Grammy Awards definitely shows how down-to-earth the singer can be!
Miley’s sister, Noah, was also a part of the Grammy evening’s affairs. She took a moment to highlight how special her sister is to her on Instagram, posting a photo of the two sitting together with a sweet caption.
“My #1. The coolest girl I know. Sickest songwriter. Vocalist. Style Goddess. & above all the best little sister I could’ve ever asked for,” she wrote.