Miley Cyrus won Grammy 15 years ago for Hannah Montana

Miley Cyrus won her first Grammy Award on February 4, and later that night she took home Record of the Year for "Flowers," becoming a two-time Grammy winner. Beauty award winner. But nearly 15 years ago, the singer won a Grammy for Hannah Montana and correctly predicted which category she would win.

As fan account @MileyEdition on X pointed out, Cyrus' character Miley Stewart experienced writer's block in the Season 4 episode "Hannah's Gotta Get This." If her pop star counterpart Hannah Montana won a Grammy, instead of writing lyrics, she would write an acceptance speech.

"Thank you, Grammy voters. Record of the Year, I can't believe it. I didn't prepare for anything," her best friend Lily (Emily Osment) deadpanned. speech, noting the irony of Miley's preparedness to say she had "nothing prepared."

Instead of writing a formal speech, Miley plans to turn on the waterworks and brag that she "can cry like this," Shows that to all of us. “Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, I can’t believe I’m in the same category as you ,” she said, pronouncing the last word like a sob.

Miley Cyrus pretends to accept Hannah Montana's Grammy Award. Disney+

Neither Gaga nor Beyoncé was nominated for Record of the Year this year because they didn't release any music during the eligibility period (although Bey was in the room when Cyrus won). Otherwise, Miley's prediction would be even more accurate.

Cyrus defeated Jon Batiste, boygenius, Billie Eilish, Victoria Monet, Olivia Rodrigo Olivia Rodrigo, Taylor Swift and SZA won Record of the Year. But instead of getting teary-eyed like the Disney Channel character, she exuded confidence, thanking people while bragging about "how beautiful I look."

"I don't think I forgot anyone, but I probably forgot my underwear," she said.

Miley Cyrus won the Record of the Year award for "Flowers" at the 66th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 4, 2024 . VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images

Earlier in the night, she won best pop solo performance for "Flowers," beating out Eilish, Rodrigo, Swift and Doja Cat. But she was more excited about sharing the stage with host Mariah Carey than winning her first Grammy.

“It’s so iconic,” she said. "I might miss the award, and that's fine, but not Mariah Carey. I just saw you at the Hollywood Bowl; that's what it's all about."