Grammy party canceled: Miley Cyrus has Corona
Miley Cyrus has been infected with the coronavirus. Consequently, the singer had to cancel a planned arrival at the Grammy party.
Miley Cyrus, 29, has tested positive for the coronavirus. The "Midnight Sky" singer revealed on Twitter: "If you travel the world, play with 100,000 people every night and meet hundreds of fans every day, chances of being covid are much higher." Wrote there, "I have Covid now, but it was definitely worth it."
In another tweet, Cyrus announced that she had canceled her appearance at Steven Tyler's (74) Grammy Awards Viewing Party. She is sorry because it is a charity event that is very important to her and the Aerosmith star. However, the singer also stated that she was fine and assured fans that they had nothing to worry about.
Proceeds from Steven Tyler's event benefit Janie's Fund. The initiative aids victims of abuse and negligence. Stars helping the community also include John Stamos (58), Caitlyn Jenner (72), Jim Carrey (60), and Paula Abdul (59).
Miley Cyrus just had to withdraw from another performance. In late March, the singer revealed on Instagram her trip to Asunción, which had to be halted prematurely. "Our plane suddenly faced a violent hurricane and was struck by lightning," he wrote in a post. In addition, he shared a video from inside the plane, in which a window is suddenly illuminated from the outside. Another image clearly shows the failure of sheet metal.
However, Cyrus made it clear: "My crew, band, friends, and family, all traveling with me, are safe after an emergency landing." However, the visit to Paraguay was withdrawn, and they continued. She wanted to perform at the Asuncionico Festival in the Paraguayan capital. The organizers had already canceled the first day of the concert due to the massive flooding.