The couple have been dating since 2021
Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend Maxx Morando are showing a rare moment of PDA at the 66th annual Grammy Awards.
The “Jaded” singer, 31, and the drummer, 25, shared a sweet kiss at their table inside the award show, leaning in to show each other some love.
Cyrus has had a successful night at the Grammys, winning her first and second Grammy for best pop solo performance and record of the year. She also took the stage for her debut performance of “Flowers,” where she flaunted a bedazzled silver look as she channeled late icon Tina Turner against the backing track of Turner's "Proud Mary."
As she began to sing, Cyrus joked about the audience's presumed lack of energy, saying,"Why are y’all acting like y’all don’t know this song?”
She later referenced her big win by changing the lyrics in her hit single to "I just won my first Grammy.”
Morando supported his pop superstar girlfriend from the audience, and the spotlight stayed on Cyrus when the pair didn’t walk the red carpet together.
Cyrus and Morondo, who is a drummer for the band Liily, were first link -
ed in 2021 when the singer-songwriter was hosting her NBC special, Miley’s New Year's Eve Party. They were photographed holding hands backstage.
They have kept their relationship under the radar, but a source previously told PEOPLE the pair were friends before they started dating.
Morondo also worked with Cyrus on her Endless Summer Vacation album, taking part in the making of “Handstand” and “Violet Chemistry.”
In January, Cyrus celebrated the one-year anniversary of her hit song “Flowers,” sharing a post on Instagram.
“One year ago today “Flowers” started making people happy & that makes me happy. Love you. Thank you. XO MC,” she captioned it, along with two black-and-white photos of her holding a flower.
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