Miley Cyrus performed during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26—she just wasn't part of the actual awards show. Instead of taking the stage, the 21-year-old "Adore You" singer entertained fans by sharing an exclusive "performance" picture and video via Twitter and Instagram.
Posing next to a Guitar Hero controller, she captioned, "Photo from my performance this evening...."
Cyrus also shared a video of herself rocking out to Kiss' 1975 classic "Rock and Roll All Nite."
Hours earlier, the LOL star told fans she planned to take it easy that day. Gonna do some serious "Cleaning/organizing today. My favorite way to spend a day off! #obsessivecompulsivedisorder," she tweeted. "Probably gonna listen to @skyferreira all day while I clean #emo."
Cyrus previously performed at Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy Gala on Saturday, Jan. 25, singing for a star-studded room that included Jennifer Hudson, Cyndi Lauper, Lorde, Lionel Richie and Taylor Swift. Wearing a Calvin Klein ensemble, Cyrus crooned "Get It Right" before covering a Dolly Parton original.
"I hope y'all feel better than y'all look," Cyrus reportedly told the audience. "Maybe this song is better for this crowd," she said before belting out her godmother's hit "Jolene," which was released in 1973.
Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball" were both eligible for Grammy nominations but did not receive any. Her latest album, Bangerz, could score a nod at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards in 2015.