Miley Cyrus shares her admiration for Beyoncé after her song in ‘Cowboy Carter’

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Miley Cyrus shares her love for Beyoncé.

moving mail which the Grammy winner shared on Instagram on Friday, Cyrus, who collaborated with Beyoncé on “Cowboy Carter” for the song “II MOST WANTED,” said her admiration for the singer runs deep.

“I’ve loved Beyoncé since long before I had the chance to meet her. “And working with her,” Cyrus wrote. “My admiration is much deeper now that I have created alongside her.”

Miley Cyrus appears at the Grammy Awards on February 4, 2024 in Los Angeles. | Beyonce performs on stage at Metlife Stadium on July 29, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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“Thank you Beyoncé,” he added. “You’re everything & further. I love you. To everyone who took the time to make this song so special, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Sincerely, Miley.”

The “Flowers” singer also shared several memories with Beyoncé over the years on her Instagram Stories, including the time they took the stage together in 2008 with other stars to perform “JUST STAND UP!” during the Stand Up to Cancer show, and several moments from past red carpets where she mentioned Beyoncé’s name during interviews.

This cover image provided by Parkwood/Columbia/Sony shows Beyoncé’s “Cowboy Carter.”

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Beyoncé’s country-inspired album, “Cowboy Carter,” arrived Friday and also includes collaborations with Post Malone and her daughter, Rumi Carter.

Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson also appear on the album’s interludes, as does Linda Martell, who appears on the song “SPAGHETTI.”

The singer also covers The Beatles’ “Blackbird,” titled “Blackbiird,” featuring four Black country artists, including Brittney Spencer, Reyna Roberts, Tanner Adell and Tiera Kennedy.

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