Miley Ray Cyrus (born Destiny Hope Cyrus on November 23, 1992) is a Teen Idol, best known as the star of the Disney ChannelKid ComHannah Montana and successful singing career. (2001-present) She is also the daughter of country musician Billy Ray Cyrus.As the star of Hannah Montana, Disneybuilt an entire franchise around her with great results, propelling her to the top of the Teen Idol heap and making her loved by many girls around the world. Along with the show, she also performed as Hannah Montana and soon after embarked on her own solo music and acting career without the Hannah persona.As of the beginning of 2011, she is officially back on Twitter.Engaged to LiamHemsworth as of June 2012, after three years of dating.
Anti-Love Song: "Can't Be Tamed" in the way "Oops I Did It Again" was.
Anti Role Model: Nominated as the worst role model of the year two years in row.
She conversely is very involved in charities and causes, from anti-bullying campaigns to Make-A-Wish to voter registration to gay rights to Starkey Hearing (which gives hearing aids to deaf people in Third World countries) to Youth Service America, and takes her status as a positive role model very seriously, but her (mild) attempts to break away from her Disney image (and the occasional scandal) get more media coverage.
Breakup Song: "7 Things, The Driveway", "Bottom Of the Ocean" (In interpretation), "These Four Walls", "Goodbye", "Talk is Cheap", "Two More Lonely People", "Every Rose Has It's Thorn", "Take Me Along".
Child Popstar: Her earliest works were recorded when she was around 12.
Cover Version: "Cherry Bomb", "I Love Rock N Roll", "Kicking And Screaming", "These Four Walls", "Smells like Teen Spirit", "Landslide", "Every Rose Has Its Thorn", "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go", "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun", "Lilac Wine", "Look What They've Done To My Song Ma" and more.
In fact in 2013, she was voted #1 for Maxim's Hot 100
I Am Not Hannah Montana: Many written articles — even in respected print publications — will often refer to Cyrus by the name of her most famous role, even when the article in question has nothing to do with the show.
Real Life Writes the Plot: She was going to release her cover of "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" as a duet with Bret Michaels as the second single from Can't Be Tamed and perform the song at the AMAs, but because her mother had been accused of having an affair with Bret, both of these were scrapped.
Retcon: On her new website in August 2012 she has Breakout, Time Of Our Lives and Can't Be Tamed, but no longer acknowledges her album "collaboration" with Hannah Montana called, "Meet Miley Cyrus".
Real Soon Now: Indications of a new album have been around for a year now. No single release date or album title has been selected!
Romance on the Set: She began a romantic relationship with actor Liam Hemsworth whom she met while filming The Last Song.
Screwed by the Studio: LOL got demoted to a limited release and almost no promotion from Lionsgate, as well as put up against The Avengers. Several people admitted to not even knowing the movie was out.
"Robot" is basically one enormous Take That aimed at the Disney machine and the Contractual Purity it entails, as well as a swipe at the Moral Guardians who overreact to Cyrus' every misstep. It could also be towards a certain episode of Family Guy that depicts her as an actual robot.
Her Saturday Night Live monologue got even straighter to the point, in which she compared her relatively mild scandals to the likes of Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan and satirically apologized, saying "I'm sorry that I'm not perfect." In song, of course.
"Fly On The Wall" is about the paparazzi and how they like seeing things which aren't there with guys who are just her friends and how she's 100% committed to whoever she happens to be dating at any moment.
Retweeted and expanded on a Twitter post by an E! Network gossip blogger friend of hers basically (fairly or unfairly) questioning the media for giving Taylor Swift a chaste, Purity Sue image in spite of going from one boyfriend to another, while Miley (maybe due to her adopting a sexier image as she grew up) was given a promiscuous, trampy reputation in spite of staying loyal to one man, Liam Hemsworth, for three years.
Teen Idol: Was only about thirteen when she hit it big.
Title Track: "Breakout", "The Time Of Our Lives", and "Can't Be Tamed" all have one.