Miley Cyrus Puts on Powerful Display Wearing Black Underwear Set in 'Pre-Grammy Win' Photo

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Miley Cyrus is on fire—and many say poised for a few Grammy wins—in her latest powerful post.

The pop songstress took to Instagram on Friday, Feb. 2, with a snapshot of herself posing in a black underwear set, sunglasses, and matching pointed-toe pumps, eliciting quite the response from her devoted supporters.

In the shot, she stood in front of a white backdrop, hands on hips, while putting all her weight on one leg. Her hair was styled in a voluminous, combed-back bouffant-reminiscent manner, giving the shot a touch of old Hollywood glamor.

On X (formerly Twitter), more photos from the shoot surfaced, seen in Polaroid-style images that looked to be laid out on a table.

Though Cyrus left the image she uploaded caption-less, it seems her fans took it upon themselves to campaign for what the caption could have been, and they were mostly surrounding her numerous Grammy nominations.

"YOUR POWER," the official Instagram account of skincare brand Sol de Janeiro wrote in the comment section, alongside a fire flame and clapping hands emoji.

"Fierce Bad b—h energy," someone else chimed in, while another said, "The Grammy is coming."

"CATEGORY IS : WINNER OF THE NIGHT," an additional fan quipped, while another insisted the capture was already a "Pre-Grammy win" in itself.

Someone else put a clever twist on the name of the awards show, writing, "It’s not the GRAMMYs this year it’s the GRAMMILEYs."

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Many social media users across both sharing platforms are, instead, convinced she's teasing a new era, with two obvious supporters of the content dropping comments like, "NEW ERA I SCREAM" and "I LOVE THIS ERA CAUSE ITS SO SEX AND THE CITY!!"

The 31-year-old received a total of six nods this year for her 2023-released project, Endless Summer Vacation, including in the highly-coveted Record of the Year and Song of the Year categories for the album's lead single "Flowers."

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