Billy Ray Cyrus says Noah Cyrus looks 'like an angel' at the Grammys. Twitter has other thoughts.

Kerry Justich
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Noah Cyrus gets compared to a
Noah Cyrus gets compared to a "used tissue" in Grammy's red carpet look. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

The Grammy Awards are just getting started but Noah Cyrus already won the night with a jaw-dropping red carpet look.

The 21-year-old singer raved about the dress while on the red carpet. "I am obsessed with this look. It’s a Schiaparelli finale piece from their 2021 couture collection," she shared with E! News. "I feel so honored to wear this piece tonight. ...I feel so blessed."

Some agree that the grand look is perfect for the first-time nominee, while others are calling out various items that Cyrus' ensemble resembles.

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One Twitter user joked that the look even reminded a friend to take his sheets out of the dryer.

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Regardless of the mixed opinions of the look, Cyrus said that she "started crying" when putting it on to get ready for the big night. "My dad texted my mom, ‘She looks like an angel!’" she said. And while her mother, Tish Cyrus, joined her on the red carpet, her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, shared some good advice with his daughter, having been nominated for the same Best New Artist category himself before Noah was born.

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"Take in every single moment. Live in the moment," Cyrus shared as the advice that she was given.

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