Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus is a famous singer, actress, and songwriter. She’s been called the “Pop Chameleon” because she changes her music style a lot. She started as a teen idol on the Disney Channel show Hannah Montana, but she’s also made music in other genres like country, pop, rock, and hip hop. She’s had lots of hits, including “Party in the U.S.A.,” “Wrecking Ball,” and “Flowers.”

Here’s a quick rundown of her career:


Teen Idol: Miley got famous playing Hannah Montana on Disney Channel. She also had some hit songs like “See You Again” and “7 Things. Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana


Miley wanted to change her image, so she started making more mature and provocative music. Her album Bangerz had hits like “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball. Miley Cyrus album Bangerz

Bangerz Miley Cyrus,


Miley kept trying new things with her music. She made a psychedelic album called Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, a country pop album called Younger Now, and a trap EP called She Is Coming. Miley Cyrus album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz


Miley’s latest album, Plastic Hearts, is a rock album. It was a big hit and topped the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart. Miley Cyrus album Plastic Hearts

Back to Her Roots

Miley’s most recent album, Endless Summer Vacation, is a pop album with some country influences. The lead single, “Flowers,” was a huge hit and became her second number-one song in the US. Miley Cyrus album Endless Summer Vacation


Between 1992 and 2005, Miley Cyrus embarked on an early life and career journey that shaped her into the renowned figure she is today. Born Destiny Hope Cyrus on November 23, 1992, in Franklin, Tennessee, she entered the world with an existing medical condition called supraventricular tachycardia, which affected her heart rate. Her birth name, reflecting her parents’ aspirations for her future, later transformed into “Miley,” derived from the nickname “Smiley” given to her in infancy due to her frequent smiles.

Miley’s lineage ties back to her parents, Leticia “Tish” Jean Cyrus and the country music star Billy Ray Cyrus. Her given name also honors her grandfather, Ronald Ray Cyrus, a prominent Democratic politician from Kentucky. Dolly Parton, the iconic singer-songwriter, serves as her godmother, adding a touch of musicality to her familial connections.

Despite advice against it from her father’s record label, Miley’s parents clandestinely married a year after her birth. They expanded the family with two more children, Braison and Noah, while her mother brought two other children, Brandi and Trace, from a previous relationship. Additionally, Miley’s father had a child, Christopher Cody, with another partner.

Her siblings have made their mark in the entertainment industry—Trace in the music scene, Noah as an actress, model, and songwriter, Braison also in modeling and music, and Brandi previously involved in music and now a professional DJ. The Cyrus family residence sprawls across 500 acres of land outside Nashville, residing in a farmhouse that echoes their roots.

Miley’s educational journey commenced at Heritage Elementary School in Williamson County, Tennessee. However, her trajectory shifted when she landed a role in the showbiz juggernaut “Hannah Montana,” prompting the family’s move to Los Angeles. There, she continued her education through private tutoring while working on set. Raised in a Christian household, she underwent baptism in a Southern Baptist church before their move to Hollywood, upholding her faith by wearing a purity ring.

Her pursuit of acting and singing burgeoned during her time in Toronto, Canada, where her family relocated temporarily for her father’s TV series. Enthralled by a theatrical production of “Mamma Mia!” in 2001, Miley declared her aspirations to her father, expressing her desire to become an actress. She commenced training in singing and acting at the Armstrong Acting Studio in Toronto.

Her initial acting endeavors saw her playing Kylie in her father’s TV series, “Doc,” followed by a minor role as “Young Ruthie” in Tim Burton’s “Big Fish” in 2003. She even vied for a part in “The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D,” reaching the final stages of auditions before opting for “Hannah Montana.”

Under the guidance of her mother, who assumed the role of her manager, Miley embarked on a journey to carve her place in the entertainment industry. She signed with key figures like Mitchell Gossett and Jason Morey, whose mentorship and support played pivotal roles in shaping her career trajectory. Dolly Parton’s influence led her to Morey, while other trusted individuals from her family circle joined forces to manage her finances and propel her budding career forward.

2006 – 2009

At just 13, Miley Cyrus landed the title role in Disney’s Hannah Montana, despite initially being deemed “too young and small.” The show’s explosive debut shattered Disney Channel records and catapulted Cyrus to teen idol status. Capitalizing on the success, she toured with the Cheetah Girls as Hannah Montana and released the show’s soundtrack, topping the Billboard charts and cementing her as a multi-platform Disney darling.

But Cyrus wasn’t just Hannah Montana. She inked a deal with Hollywood Records for her own music, culminating in the 2-disc “Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus.” One disc boasted a Hannah Montana soundtrack, while the other unveiled Cyrus’s debut studio album. Both soared to the top of the Billboard 200, paving the way for hit singles like “See You Again” and the father-daughter duet “Ready, Set, Don’t Go.”

The “Best of Both Worlds Tour” became a pop phenomenon, breaking Ticketmaster records. Its success catapulted the 3D concert film “Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert” from a limited release to a box office smash. With her dual identities captivating audiences worldwide, Cyrus cemented her place as a musical force not just for Disney, but for a generation.

In February 2008, Cyrus and his friend Mandy Jiroux started uploading videos to the well-known website YouTube. They called the movies “The Miley and Mandy Show,” and they quickly gained a sizable online fan base. A teenager who had hacked Cyrus’s Gmail account posted many photos of the singer online in April 2008, showing her in both her underwear and her swimsuit. When it was revealed that Cyrus, then 15 years old, had appeared topless during an Annie Leibovitz photo shoot for Vanity Fair, more controversy sprang out. Later, the New York Times verified that, despite the image appearing to show Cyrus bare breasted, she was actually covered up with a bed sheet and not nude.

Following her early successes, Cyrus unveiled her second studio album, “Breakout,” in June 2008. This release marked a pinnacle in her career, boasting the highest first-week sales she had achieved thus far and earning the esteemed position of being her third album to ascend to the top of the Billboard 200 chart. Concurrently, she made her silver screen debut alongside John Travolta in the animated feature “Bolt” (2008). Not only did she lend her voice to a lead character, but she also co-wrote and performed the song “I Thought I Lost You” in a duet with Travolta for the film. The movie garnered both critical acclaim and commercial success, propelling her to a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Original Song.

In March 2009, Miley Cyrus unveiled “The Climb” as a single from the Hannah Montana movie soundtrack, receiving widespread praise across both critical circles and the commercial music scene. This track transcended genres, making waves in both pop and country music domains. The accompanying soundtrack surged to the top of the Billboard 200, marking Cyrus’s fourth album to achieve this feat, setting a historic record as the youngest artist ever to accomplish four number-one albums on this chart, all at the age of 16.

In July 2009, she dropped her fourth Hannah Montana soundtrack, which debuted impressively at number two on the Billboard 200. Around this time, Cyrus ventured into the fashion industry with her inaugural fashion line, “Miley Cyrus and Max Azria,” launched in collaboration with Walmart. This launch coincided with the release of the smash-hit “Party in the U.S.A.” and the EP titled “The Time of Our Lives” in 2009. Cyrus described this musical effort as a transitional phase, hinting at the direction of her future sound. “Party in the U.S.A.” went on to become one of her standout hits and a signature tune in her repertoire.

In the same year, she embarked on her inaugural global tour, the Wonder World Tour (2009), which achieved both critical acclaim and immense commercial success, further solidifying her standing as a global entertainment icon. Culminating an eventful year, on December 7, 2009, Cyrus showcased her talents to Queen Elizabeth II and other esteemed members of the British royal family at the prestigious Royal Variety Performance in Blackpool, Lancashire.

By the end of 2009, Billboard recognized Miley Cyrus as the fourth best-selling female artist of the year.

Moving into the years spanning 2010 to 2012, Cyrus aimed to evolve her public persona, starting with her role in the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ novel, “The Last Song” (2010). Despite facing critical disapproval, the movie found success at the box office, showcasing Cyrus’s foray into more mature roles. Concurrently, her third studio album, “Can’t Be Tamed” (2010), marked a deliberate shift towards a more dance-centric sound, diverging from her previous musical styles. However, the album generated controversy due to its lyrics and Cyrus’s live performances, selling 106,000 copies in the first week but failing to claim the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States. Notably, the album’s second single, “Who Owns My Heart,” saw release exclusively in German territories. Additionally, Cyrus released her final soundtrack as Hannah Montana in October, which unfortunately faced commercial disappointment.

In December 2010, Miley Cyrus found herself embroiled in another controversy when a video surfaced online, revealing her, then eighteen years old, smoking salvia from a bong. Despite this, the year concluded with her securing the thirteenth position on the Forbes Celebrity 100 list. In April 2011, she commenced her global Gypsy Heart Tour, notably absent of any North American dates. Cyrus explained her decision, attributing it to her desire to seek solace in places where she felt the most support amid the controversies that surrounded her. With the release of “Can’t Be Tamed,” she officially parted ways with Hollywood Records. Fulfilling her commitments to Hannah Montana, Cyrus announced her intention to pause her music career, redirecting her focus toward acting endeavors. She clarified that she had no plans to pursue college at that time.

On March 5, 2011, Miley Cyrus took on hosting duties for an episode of Saturday Night Live, playfully addressing her recent controversies. Later that year, it was announced she would voice Mavis in the animated film “Hotel Transylvania.” However, by February 2012, she was replaced by Selena Gomez, initially citing a focus on her music as the reason for departing the project. Subsequently, it emerged that her exit was actually due to an incident where she gifted her then-boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth, a phallic-shaped birthday cake and subsequently licked it.

Her presence expanded across various platforms as she made an appearance on MTV’s Punk’d alongside Kelly Osbourne and Khloé Kardashian. In the film world, she starred alongside Demi Moore in the indie movie “LOL” (2012), which unfortunately faced both critical and commercial setbacks. Cyrus also took the lead in the comedy “So Undercover,” portraying an undercover FBI agent within a college sorority.

Transitioning to musical endeavors, Cyrus presented the Backyard Sessions on YouTube during the spring and summer of 2012, showcasing her renditions of beloved classic tunes. Despite a halted fourth album attempt, she resumed work on a new musical project later that year, collaborating with producers Rock Mafia on the track “Morning Sun” (2012), available for free online. Her association with Rock Mafia dated back to her appearance in their debut single’s music video, “The Big Bang” (2010). Additionally, she lent her guest vocals to Borgore’s “Decisions” (2012), appearing alongside Hemsworth in its music video.

Cyrus diversified her resume further with guest appearances as Missi in two episodes of the CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men.” Notably, she made headlines by shedding her traditional long, brown hair for a blonde pixie cut, expressing a newfound sense of completeness and a profound personal change.

Between 2013 and 2015

Between 2013 and 2015 Miley Cyrus made notable changes to her professional team, bringing Larry Rudolph aboard as her manager (although currently managed by Adam Leber from Maverick), recognized for his representation of Britney Spears. During this period, Cyrus confirmed her signing with RCA Records for upcoming releases and delved into a transformative fourth studio album, collaborating with producers like Pharrell Williams and Mike Will Made-It, forging a new hip-hop-inspired sound.

Her involvement in various hip-hop artist collaborations became a highlight, beginning with her appearance on Snoop Lion’s track “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks” (2013), a lead single from his album “Reincarnated.” Teaming up with, she released the promotional single “Fall Down” in the same month, marking her re-entry into the Billboard Hot 100 since “Can’t Be Tamed” in 2010. While her guest vocals on Lil Twist’s “Twerk,” featuring Justin Bieber, remained unreleased, it leaked online.

Further cementing her hip-hop connections, Cyrus featured on Mike Will Made-It’s single “23” alongside Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J, reaching number eleven on the Hot 100 and selling over a million copies worldwide by 2013. These collaborations signaled a bold musical evolution for Cyrus, showcasing her willingness to explore diverse genres and expand her artistic horizons.

On June 3, Cyrus unleashed her anticipated single “We Can’t Stop,” heralded as her triumphant return, achieving global commercial success and clinching the top spot on charts, notably in the United Kingdom. Its music video made waves, setting a Vevo record with the most views within twenty-four hours of release, marking a groundbreaking milestone by reaching 100 million views on the platform.

Her performance alongside Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards stirred widespread media buzz and public debate. The onstage display, including simulated sex acts with a foam finger, garnered criticism for being “disturbing” and termed “cringe-worthy.” On the same day as the VMAs, Cyrus dropped “Wrecking Ball” (2013) as Bangerz’s second single. The music video, featuring her swinging naked on a wrecking ball, amassed over nineteen million views within 24 hours, drawing varied reactions. Some criticized it for allegedly objectifying Cyrus, with singer Sinéad O’Connor cautioning against self-exploitation in the music industry.

Despite the controversies, “Wrecking Ball” became Cyrus’s inaugural track to top the Hot 100 in the US, maintaining its position for three consecutive weeks and selling over two million copies. The song’s undeniable success marked a pivotal moment in Cyrus’s career, solidifying her presence as a chart-topping force in the music industry.

MTV premiered the documentary “Miley: The Movement” on October 2, offering an inside look at the creation of her fourth studio album, Bangerz, which hit shelves on October 4. The album made a remarkable commercial impact, debuting atop the Billboard 200 with an impressive 270,000 copies sold in its first week. On October 5, Cyrus hosted Saturday Night Live for the second time, showcasing her versatility. Collaborating with rapper Future and Mr. Hudson, she featured on “Real and True,” with the music video premiering on November 10, 2013.

In late 2013, MTV recognized Cyrus as Artist of the Year, a testament to her growing influence in the music industry. Embracing a different vibe, she took the stage for an intimate MTV Unplugged acoustic concert on January 29, 2014, performing tracks from Bangerz alongside a surprise appearance by Madonna. This performance made history as the highest-rated MTV Unplugged in the past decade, amassing over 1.7 million streams.

Expanding her horizons, Cyrus joined the Marc Jacobs Spring 2014 campaign alongside Natalie Westling and Esmerelda Seay Reynolds. She then launched the controversial yet well-received Bangerz Tour in 2014, earning praise from critics. However, tragedy struck during the tour when Cyrus’s Alaskan Klee Kai was tragically killed by a coyote at her home. Additionally, Cyrus faced a health scare, suffering an allergic reaction to the antibiotic cephalexin, prescribed for a sinus infection, leading to hospitalization in Kansas City. Despite rescheduling some US tour dates, she bravely resumed the tour’s European leg two weeks later, displaying resilience in the face of adversity.

During her collaboration with the Flaming Lips on their Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band remake, Miley Cyrus initiated work on her fifth studio album alongside Wayne Coyne. Taking her time to craft the music, she aimed for the album’s release only when she deemed it ready. Coyne likened their joint efforts to the styles of Pink Floyd and Portishead, characterizing their sound as a more genuine, reflective iteration of Cyrus’s pop music. Amidst this, Cyrus also participated in cameo roles for the films The Night Before (2015) and A Very Murray Christmas (2015).

In 2015, reports emerged of Cyrus concurrently developing two albums, one of which she intended to release for free. Her manager confirmed her willingness to terminate her RCA Records contract if they opposed the free album release. At the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, Cyrus made history as the first openly pansexual host and concluded the show with a surprise performance of her new track “Dooo It!” (2015). Immediately following, she announced the free streaming availability of her fifth studio album, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015), on SoundCloud. This album, primarily written and produced by Cyrus, showcased an experimental and psychedelic nature, blending psychedelic pop, rock, and alternative pop elements.


Between 2016 and 2017, after launching her fifth studio album, Miley Cyrus delved into her sixth studio project while participating as a key advisor in The Voice’s tenth season. She subsequently joined as a coach in the eleventh season, becoming the show’s youngest coach ever. Outside of music, Cyrus appeared in Woody Allen’s Crisis in Six Scenes for Amazon Studios and had a voice cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

In May 2017, Cyrus dropped “Malibu” as the lead single for her upcoming album, which peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. She released “Inspired” as a promotional single after performing it at the One Love Manchester benefit concert. Cyrus announced her sixth album, Younger Now, for a September 2017 release, unveiling its title track as the second single. At the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, she performed the title track and later presented a varied set for BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge.

Her appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon included renditions of “The Climb” and a Dido cover as a tribute to the Las Vegas shooting victims. She returned as a coach for The Voice’s thirteenth season but announced her departure for the following season. Cyrus decided against releasing more singles or touring for Younger Now, concluding her promotional efforts for the album by the end of 2017.


Between 2018 and 2019, Miley Cyrus, even before the release of “Younger Now” in 2017, had already started working on her seventh studio album. Producers involved included Mike Will Made It, Mark Ronson, and Andrew Wyatt. Her collaboration with Ronson, “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” gained substantial commercial success in Europe, charting high in the UK and various Eastern European countries.

In early 2019, Cyrus gained attention for cover songs, notably honoring Dolly Parton at MusiCares and performing at the Chris Cornell tribute concert. She covered songs by Ariana Grande, Chris Cornell, and Elton John for various events. Cyrus announced her seventh album, “She Is Miley Cyrus,” as a collection of three six-song EPs. “She Is Coming” debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200, featuring collaborations with RuPaul, Swae Lee, and others. The lead single “Mother’s Daughter” made its mark on the US Billboard Hot 100. The Wuki remix of the song earned a Grammy nomination, while the original music video won two MTV Video Music Awards. Cyrus supported the EP with a summer tour across Europe, hitting renowned festivals like Glastonbury and Primavera Sound.

In November 2018, Miley Cyrus starred in the Black Mirror episode “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too,” playing a fictional pop star named Ashley O and voicing her AI doll extension, Ashley Too. Released on Netflix in June 2019, the episode drew comparisons to Britney Spears’s conservatorship, a cause Cyrus supports. The music video for “On a Roll,” from the episode, debuted on June 13, followed by its digital release along with the B-side “Right Where I Belong.” Cyrus collaborated with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey on “Don’t Call Me Angel,” the lead single for the Charlie’s Angels soundtrack, released on September 13, 2019. In August, she released “Slide Away,” her first song post-separation from Hemsworth, hinting at their breakup, and followed by a music video in September containing symbolic references to the end of their relationship.


In August 2020, Miley Cyrus released “Midnight Sky,” the lead single from her seventh studio album, and cancelled the EPs She Is Here and She Is Everything due to personal changes, including her divorce from Hemsworth and a fire destroying their home. “Midnight Sky” peaked at number 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and reached number five on the UK Singles Chart. She later combined the track with Stevie Nicks’ “Edge of Seventeen.” Cyrus announced her album Plastic Hearts, originally planned as She Is Miley Cyrus, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 in November 2020, receiving positive reviews. It marked her twelfth top-ten entry and set a record for the most US Billboard 200 top-five albums by a female artist in the 21st century. Plastic Hearts showcased rock and glam rock, featuring singles like “Prisoner” with Dua Lipa and “Angels like You.” The album also included collaborations with Billy Idol and Joan Jett and featured live covers of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” and The Cranberries’ “Zombie” due to their popularity on social media.

In 2020, Miley Cyrus won a Webby Special Achievement Award. She performed at the first TikTok Tailgate show in February 2021, a pre-show for Super Bowl LV, dedicated to 7,500 vaccinated healthcare workers in Tampa, which aired on TikTok and CBS. Her performance became part of the “Angels like You” music video. In March 2021, she signed with Columbia Records, left RCA, and commemorated Hannah Montana’s 15th anniversary with an open letter despite previous identity struggles. Cyrus collaborated with The Kid Laroi for a remix of “Without You” in April 2021. She performed at the NCAA March Madness Final Four and signed a deal with NBCUniversal, which included starring in three specials, starting with the Stand By You Pride concert on Peacock. In June, she released a studio cover of Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” for The Metallica Blacklist tribute album, featuring Elton John, Yo-Yo Ma, and Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith. This cover had been teased since October 2020 and performed live at Glastonbury.

To promote Plastic Hearts, Miley Cyrus planned a concert tour that got delayed due to the pandemic. However, she headlined multiple music festivals in the USA during summer 2021. Cyrus then announced a South American tour in early 2022 after seven years. As part of her NBCUniversal deal, she co-hosted Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party and co-executive produced the show in Miami. In February 2022, Cyrus embarked on the Attention Tour across North, South, and Central America, ending on March 26, 2022. She released Attention: Miley Live on April 1, 2022, featuring tracks from various albums and praised for her vocal versatility. A deluxe edition followed with additional tracks from her Latin America concerts. NBC renewed Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party for 2022–23. Additionally, Cyrus is set to star in a Christmas TV film, Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas, produced by Dolly Parton for NBC, announced in August 2022.

In 2023

Cyrus hinted at new music with Mike Will Made It. She launched a cryptic promotional campaign worldwide and debuted her lead single, “Flowers,” during Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party. The song soared to number one on various charts and held the top position for several weeks, marking Cyrus’s longest-running US number-one single in almost a decade. Following the success of “Flowers,” Cyrus announced her eighth album, “Endless Summer Vacation,” released on March 10, 2023. The album, a reflection of her time in Los Angeles, featured collaborations with Brandi Carlile and Sia. It debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200. Subsequently, “River” and “Jaded” were released as singles, with “River” hitting number two on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.

In 2023, a Disney+ documentary concert special, “Miley Cyrus – Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions),” was released alongside her album. The special, part of her Backyard Sessions series, showcased performances from the album and her hit single “The Climb.” She also guest-voiced in Netflix’s animated show, Human Resources. Later, she re-recorded “Wrecking Ball” for Dolly Parton’s Rockstar album. Cyrus teased the unreleased song “Used to Be Young” in August, which was later included in the digital reissue of Endless Summer Vacation and released on August 25, 2023, following the airing of the ABC documentary concert special, “Endless Summer Vacation: Continued (Backyard Sessions).”


Miley Cyrus, known primarily as a pop singer, has ventured into rock and explored various genres like teen pop, country, hip hop, and psychedelic music. Influenced by Elvis Presley, Madonna, Lana Del Rey, Dolly Parton, and others, her early work mirrored her “Hannah Montana” sound, transitioning with Breakout (2008) to experiment with different genres and songwriting. Her vocals, initially described with a Nashville twang, evolved to showcase a raspy quality akin to Pink and Amy Winehouse. Over time, she explored belter refrains, huskier tones, and twangy vocals in songs across various genres like country (“The Climb”), electropop (“Fly on the Wall”), and hip hop-infused tracks like those on Bangerz (2013). Her albums, like Can’t Be Tamed (2010) and Plastic Hearts, have embraced different styles, reflecting her journey for personal and professional freedom. Plastic Hearts was influenced by artists like Britney Spears and Metallica, showcasing her shift towards rock-inspired music.

Stage performances

Known for her controversial performances, Miley Cyrus sparked uproar with her 2009 Teen Choice Awards “Party in the U.S.A.” act, criticized for attire and perceived pole dancing. Her “Can’t Be Tamed” performance on Britain’s Got Talent, featuring a pretend kiss with a female dancer, stirred controversy; she defended her actions. The 2013 MTV VMAs performance of “We Can’t Stop” and “Blurred Lines” with Robin Thicke, where she used a foam finger provocatively, triggered media frenzy and mixed audience reactions. The Bangerz Tour had attention-grabbing moments, including her slide entrance and risqué stage outfits, drawing media focus.

Public image

Early in her career, Miley Cyrus held a wholesome teen idol image, but her fame surged after the Vanity Fair photo scandal in 2008. Reports surfaced of her photos being sold to agencies for up to $2,000 each. Her transition to adulthood was met with significant shifts in her image. With the 2010 album “Can’t Be Tamed,” she distanced herself from her teen persona through controversial music videos. Her actions from 2013-2014 stirred controversy, though her godmother Dolly Parton praised her talents. Cyrus courted controversy frequently, even ranking on Forbes’ list of powerful celebrities in 2014. Her life was documented in a comic titled “Fame: Miley Cyrus,” starting from her 2013 MTV VMAs performance. She was recognized by various publications and was even the focus of a sociology course at Skidmore College titled “The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender, and Media.”

Personal life

Miley Cyrus lives in Hidden Hills, California, and possesses a $5.8 million residence in her hometown of Franklin. Although raised as a Christian, she incorporated Tibetan Buddhism references in her song “Milky Milky Milk” (2015) and is influenced by Hindu beliefs.


Miley Cyrus had relationships with Nick Jonas from June 2006 to December 2007, Justin Gaston from 2008 to 2009, and Liam Hemsworth, which began in 2009. During breaks from Hemsworth, she was linked to Lucas Till in 2009 and Josh Bowman in 2011. Hemsworth and Cyrus were engaged from May 2012 to September 2013. She also dated Patrick Schwarzenegger in 2014-2015 and Stella Maxwell in 2015. Cyrus and Hemsworth reunited in 2016, became re-engaged in October, and married in December 2018. They divorced in January 2020. Post-separation, she briefly dated Kaitlynn Carter in August-September 2019 and began a relationship with Cody Simpson in October 2019, which ended in August 2020. Her single “Midnight Sky” was inspired by her experiences with Hemsworth, Carter, and Simpson.

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    Лучший выбор для обслуживания Toyota в Москве, где ценят ваше время и деньги.
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    Профессиональный ремонт и обслуживание Toyota, где каждый клиент важен и ценится.
    Тойота техцентр .

  9. Очень актуальные новинки мировых подиумов.
    Важные новости мировых подуимов.
    Модные дома, лейблы, гедонизм.
    Приятное место для модных хайпбистов.

  10. Очень стильные новости индустрии.
    Все новости мировых подуимов.
    Модные дома, лейблы, гедонизм.
    Самое лучшее место для трендовых хайпбистов.

  11. Абсолютно стильные новости мировых подиумов.
    Все события всемирных подуимов.
    Модные дома, торговые марки, haute couture.
    Лучшее место для трендовых хайпбистов.

  12. Полностью трендовые новости мира fashion.
    Исчерпывающие эвенты лучших подуимов.
    Модные дома, бренды, гедонизм.
    Интересное место для трендовых людей.

  13. Несомненно стильные события мира fashion.
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    Модные дома, торговые марки, haute couture.
    Интересное место для стильныех людей.

  14. Несомненно стильные события мира fashion.
    Абсолютно все мероприятия всемирных подуимов.
    Модные дома, лейблы, haute couture.
    Приятное место для модных людей.

  15. Очень актуальные новости моды.
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    Модные дома, торговые марки, haute couture.
    Самое лучшее место для трендовых хайпбистов.

  16. Абсолютно важные события моды.
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    Модные дома, лейблы, высокая мода.
    Самое приятное место для стильныех хайпбистов.

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    Модные дома, лейблы, гедонизм.
    Самое лучшее место для модных хайпбистов.

  19. Очень важные новинки мировых подиумов.
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    Модные дома, бренды, высокая мода.
    Приятное место для трендовых хайпбистов.

  20. Можно ли применять биоревитализацию для профилактики старения кожи? Да, биоревитализацию можно использовать для профилактики старения кожи, улучшения её текстуры и увлажнения
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