On Saturday night, Miley Cyrus sent her thanks to fans in a video after winning her first-ever BRIT Award.
Though she was not at the ceremony, Cyrus went all out with her outfit, wearing an incredible backless nude minidress with a plunging neckline. The outfit was covered in crystals across her bust and shoulders, and she glittered as she turned around to show off the full look. Miley Cyrus sizzles in PLUNGING nude dress as she thanks fans for her first-ever  BRIT Award... amid family feud between mother Tish and sister Noah | Daily  Mail Online
“I wanted to say thank you so much for voting ‘Flowers’ as the International Song Of The Year,” she said in her acceptance speech. “And a special thank you for giving me somewhere to wear this dress…It’s incredible to win but the real award is having this song loved all around the world…I know this video’s a little short but I just wanted it to match my dress. Thank you!” BRIT Awards 2024: Miley Cyrus' look for BRIT Awards 2024 wins the internet:  “This is her era” This content is imported from instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. When Cyrus turned around, a chain of white stones could be seen connecting the sides of her dress across her lower back.
On her feet were a pair of high-heeled sandals, also covered in rhinestones. She had her hair down and swept across one shoulder, and wore small gold hoop earrings. On Friday, the singer released the new song she’s been teasing, produced with Pharrell Williams, titled “Doctor (Work It Out).” She had been sharing shots of herself with a fluffy blue coat and bouffant hair that ended up being in the music video. In the song she sings, “I could be your doctor/Well, I could be your doctor/And I could be your nurse/I think I see the problem/It’s only gon’ get worse/The medicine she gave you, well, that will never work/I need to rock you baby before your body bursts/Let me work it out.”
Williams and Cyrus have collaborated before on her 2014 song “Come Get It Bae.”