'Cowboy Carter' featured Miley Cyrus and Beyoncé's song, and Cyrus expressed her adoration for the singer.

Cyrus, who worked with Beyoncé on "Cowboy Carter" for the song "II MOST WANTED," expressed her profound respect for the singer in a heartfelt Instagram message that the Grammy Award winner published on Friday.  

"Thank you Beyoncé," she said. "You're everything more. I love you. I give my sincerest thanks to everyone who helped make this music memorable. Sincerely, Miley."  

The "Flowers" singer also shared several memories with Beyoncé on Instagram,  

including their 2008 performance of "JUST STAND UP!" at the Stand Up to Cancer show and several red carpet interviews where she mentioned her name.  

The country-inspired "Cowboy Carter," released on Friday, contains collaborations with Post Malone and Rumi Carter.  

Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, and Linda Martell feature on album interludes, including "SPAGHETTI."  

With Brittney Spencer, Reyna Roberts, Tanner Adell, and Tiera Kennedy, the vocalist performs The Beatles' "Blackbird" as "Blackbiird".  

Beyoncé released "Cowboy Carter," her country-inspired album on Friday. Rumi Carter, her daughter, and Post Malone are among the artists who collaborated on the album.  

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