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Miley Cyrus All You Need To Know: Miley's Top Songs and Movies

Updated on July 2, 2015
Miley Cyrus
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Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus was born on November 23, 1992 to country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, in Tennessee. Miley was not born a Miley but instead a Destiny Hope Cyrus. She became Miley because her nickname was Smiley, because she was always upbeat and positive when she was younger. Eventually Smiley was shortened to Miley, and Miley Cyrus was born officially in 2008, when she legally changed her name. Miley has five siblings, two half-brothers, a half-sister, and another younger and brother sister.

Her claim to fame was the Disney television show Hannah Montana, which she played the starring role from 2006 – 2011. Miley starred in 98 episodes of the very successful television show. Not long after finishing her run on Hannah Montana, Miley began transitioning into the adulthood. However, the transition did not go smoothly and Miley found herself stuck in several scandals. Her first major scandal stemmed from a photo shoot with Annie Leibovitz when underage Cyrus was shown nude, only covered by a white sheet. The majority of the public felt Miley was too young to be participating in such an adult-like photo shoot. After the Leibovitz scandal Miley dealt with another photo scandal when a stranger hacked into her phone’s memory and stole pictures of Miley in a wet T-shirt practically nude in the shower. However, the scandals kept following Cyrus, as she performed on an awards show she was ridiculed for dancing seductively with a stripper pole during her performance. It seemed like the public would never be ready to allow Cyrus to grow up and out of her Hannah Montana alter ego.

However, Miley had a different plan, if people wouldn’t accept her aging into an adult, she would shove it down their throats. Miley has now been making the news for her outlandish and lewd actions that have shown the public that she is the exact opposite of Hannah Montana. Miley used a foam finger during the MTV music awards to imitate lewd acts on herself, cut her hair and dyed in bleach blonde, had her engagement called off, received tattoo after tattoo, sang about doing drugs, was photographed using drugs, and has made insane comments during her entire Bangerz tour. Miley has been so desperate to break out of the Hannah Montana mold that she has turned herself into a disturbing and desperate artist. She’s simply trying much to hard to make headlines. Miley needs to back off from the craziness that she has been displaying and start relying on her real talents. She is a talented young lady but she just seems desperate for attention now. Even though Miley seems to be going down a bad road towards rehab, she continues to remain relevant in today’s media. She has hundreds of thousands of fans and she continues to release hit after hit. I am hoping that Miley does not pull a Lohan.

Best Miley Cyrus Songs:

The following is a list of Miley's Top Ten songs.

Party in the USA

# 1 Party in the U.S.A.

Released in 2009

When I Look At You

# 2 When I Look At You

Released in 2009

The Climb

# 3 The Climb

Released in 2009

We Can't Stop

# 4 We Can't Stop

Released in 2013

Wrecking Ball

# 5 Wrecking Ball

Released in 2013

Adore You

# 6 Adore You

Released in 2013

Every Rose Has Its Thorn

# 7 Every Rose Has ItsThorn

Released in 2010

Can't Be Tamed

# 8 Can't Be Tamed

Released in 2010

Everybody Hurts

# 9 Everybody Hurts

Released in 2010

7 Things

# 10 7 Things

Released in 2008

The Last Song
The Last Song

Top Miley Cyrus Movies

The following list are the top five Miley movies.

# 1 The Last Song

Starring Liam Hemsworth and Greg Kinnear.

Hannah Montana: The Movie
Hannah Montana: The Movie

# 2 Hannah Montana: The Movie

Starring Billy Ray Cyrus.


# 3 Bolt

Starring John Travolta


# 4 LOL

Starring Demi Moore

So Undercover
So Undercover

# 5 So Undercover

Starring Jeremy Piven and Mike O'Malley


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