Miley Cyrus Belts Out ‘Wrecking Ball’ At Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammys Party [Video]

Miley Cyrus performed her insanely popular tune “Wrecking Ball” at music mogul Clive Davis’ pre-Grammys party in Beverly Hills on Saturday evening.

Since Davis’ musical affair is a classier event than most, Cyrus smartly decided to keep her twerking and outlandish antics to an absolute minimum. After folks asked the singer to belt out “Wrecking Ball” at Clive Davis’ party, Miley Cyrus took the stage in a pink fur coat and easily knocked it out of the park.

Unfortunately for Miley, she didn’t receive any Grammy nods this year. Although her album “Bangerz” was a huge hit and her singles were best-sellers, this wasn’t enough for the committee to give her any nominations. According to Direct Lyrics, it’s unclear if Cyrus plans to attend the event tonight (January 26).

Although Cyrus didn’t get any love from the Grammys, producer Dr. Luke scored a nomination for his work on “Wrecking Ball.” Regardless of her massive level of success at the moment, that probably stings a little.

Of course, Miley Cyrus wasn’t the only successful recording artist to attend Clive Davis’ pre-Grammys party over the weekend. Jennifer Hudson, Robin Thicke, Taylor Swift, and Pharrell Williams also made an appearance at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Saturday night. Grammy-nominated singer Lorde was reportedly in attendance as well.

Check out some photos of Miley Cyrus at this weekend’s party below.

Miley Cyrus wraps up in a lilac fur coat at the pre-Grammy Clive Davis party #MileyNews

— The Gossip. (@WeLoveTheGossip) January 26, 2014

Despite the Grammy snubs, Miley Cyrus and company are no doubt extremely happy with the success of “Wrecking Ball.” Not only has the song amassed a staggering 505 million views as of this writing, it was also the most popular VEVO release of 2013.

The “Wrecking Ball” music video also inspired a number of professional and amateur parodies following its release. Professional wrestler Hulk Hogan and legendary porn actor Ron Jeremy had some fun at the clip’s expense, though their endeavors weren’t nearly as popular as YouTube comedian Steve Kardynal’s Chatroulette parody. That clip alone has racked up 100 million views since hitting the web last November.

What do you think about Miley Cyrus performing “Wrecking Ball” at Clive Davis’ pre-Grammys party? Are you disappointed that the singer didn’t receive any nominations?