It was indeed a dream-come-true-moment for Noah Cyrus! Getting nominated in the Grammy Award 2021 was something she had always idolized and yearned for right from her childhood,says the artist. Now that this dream has attained its fruition, the artist is in full of energy and enthusiasm.
“I’ve watched the show since I was a little girl and I’ve idolized the show since I was a little girl,” she says. “I’ve always known the importance, the weight and the honor that it holds to be nominated for or to receive a Grammy. This is something I’ve talked about since the day that I started as an artist. I remember being 15 in my manager’s office talking about the Grammys and everybody being like, ‘That’s so far away.’”
As soon as the Grammy Awards 2021 nominations was announced, there was a huge load of hue and cry in Cyrus’ house. Cyrus, who rarely checks her phone, says she was sleeping like a rock when her best friend (whom she’s staying with for Thanksgiving) woke her up to tell her that her manager was calling. Cyrus answered the call to see both Zach Kardisch and her mom, Tish, on a joint FaceTime. “I thought something was wrong,” says Cyrus, “and my mom was like, ‘Can I say it?!’ and she told me I’m nominated for a Grammy.”
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She said that the news coming from her mother was something that made it all the more special for her.
As soon as the news was revealed, the first that she did was to phone her dad and share the happy news with him. Sharing the most beloved and cherished moment of her life she posted in her Instagram page:
“I still can’t believe this is a real post. if you swipe over one that’s me sobbing to my dad while he asks me if i “shat in my breeches” when hearing i was nominated lolol”
This was also followed a tiny video snippet of her sharing the news with her dad. Bawled in tears the artist revealed the happy news to her father.
Cyrus, now 20 and with over 940 million on-demand career streams, says she had a rough start to the year and more recently lost her grandma, and that such positive — and validating — news about where she’s headed couldn’t have come at a better time. Cyrus released her gorgeous, stripped-down folksy-pop EP, The End of Everything, in May. That same month, its single “July” (which received a remix featuring Leon Bridges) climbed to No. 4 on Billboard’s Adult Alternative Songs chart. In October, Cyrus re-released EP standout “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” as a duet with her older sister Miley.
As soon as the news of nominations was out she added that this was merely a start. “This is just the start of something really special for me. Waking up and hearing you’ve been nominated for a Grammy, not many people get to hear that.”-added the artist.