Grammys 2014: Juicy J Talks Working With Miley Cyrus & More!

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The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards - ArrivalsBefore the Grammys kicked off last night, we chatted with the likes of Juicy J, Bonnie McKee, Paris Hilton, The Dream and more! Check out what the music stars had to say! With rock star performances by Jay Z, Beyoncé, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and more, it's safe to say last night's Grammy Awards was one stellar show.

Before the night of music kicked off though, we chatted with the likes of Juicy J, Bonnie McKee, Paris Hilton, The Dream and more about their music careers, who they were most looking forward to seeing perform on the show and more!

Juicy J went on to hit the stage with Katy Perry for their performance of "Dark Horse," but before he went inside, the rapper dished to us about working with Miley Cyrus, after collaborating with her on Mike WiLL Made It's "23," among other things.

"Miley's so professional...she listens...she's really into the music," he told us.

Sarah Hyland was also on hand for the event, rocking a gorgeous black and white Pucci mini dress.

The Modern Family star talked to us about how much she appreciates working on the ABC show, saying, "I got actually very emotional at the SAG Awards after party talking to our creators and to Ty and Julia and Sophia...I could list everyone on the show. It's just something that I'm so proud to be a part of."

Meanwhile, producer Al Sherrod, who was nominated for three Grammys last night, also stopped by to give us the lowdown on working with Ariana Grande.

The music mogul, who wrote several songs on Ariana's album Yours Truly, told us the one thing her fans wouldn't know about her is that she's a "boss," adding that she knows exactly what she wants when she comes into the recording studio, and makes the music come to life.

Check out our Grammys interview clip above!

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