Miley Cyrus Celebrity Life
Destiny Hope Cyrus was born on 23 November 1922. The actor-singer legally changed her name to "Miley" in 2008 as an acknowledgment of the nick-name she was given for smiling a lot as a child. Cyrus is widely considered to be one of few child-actors who were able to hold on to their fame even after reaching adulthood. Her style of music spans across multiple genres, which include country-pop, hip hop, and pop.
Notable Awards and Performances
Miley Cyrus gained most prominence as a child actor in the ever-popular Disney Channel show Hannah Montana (2006-2011). Her other movie ventures include Bolt (2008), Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009) and The Last Song (2010). She has made several television appearances as well in shows such as Saturday Night Live, The Voice, and Black Mirror.
Cyrus has been more active in the music scene. She has released six albums and is on her way to release the seventh. He Could Be The One, sung during her stint in Hannah Montana, was her first song to reach the Billboard Hot 100. Cyrus's other famous singles include Can't Be Tamed, Party in The U.S.A, Malibu, We Can't Stop, and Wrecking Ball.
Miley Cyrus has earned numerous awards throughout the years. MTV awarded her the Artist Of The Year Award in 2013. Time Magazine included her in the Most Influential People List in 2008 and 2014.
As of 2019, Miley Cyrus is estimated to have a net worth of over $160 million.
Miley Cyrus has always been public about her relationships. She had previously dated Nick Jonas in 2007. She has been linked with several celebrities during her career, including actor Carter Jenkins and model Justin Gaston.
Cyrus announced her engagement with Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth in 2012. They separated in 2013, but rekindled their relationship and got married on 23 December 2018, before once again going their separate ways the following summer. Currently, Cyrus has been dating singer Cody Simpson.
The private life and public image of Miley Cyrus have been courting a lot of controversy and coverage ever since the actor was a child.
In 2008, when Cyrus was barely 15, a hacker leaked her private photos with her then-boyfriend. Even though the photos were innocent in nature, they were a prelude to Miley's transformation into the scandalous It Girl of the 2010s.
Cyrus's photoshoot for Vanity Fair a fair amount of controversy. The cover showed a scantily-clad Miley posing for the camera when she was barely 16. Disney accused Vanity Fair of manipulating the actor to sell their copy, and the cover was finally removed from their website.
Miley began breaking free from her family-friendly Hannah Montana image from 2009. Just five days before turning 18, she was spotted taking bong hits of the psychedelic drug Salvia.
In 2013, Cyrus stirred up major controversy when she ground against Robin Thicke in the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Fans were severely disappointed by her new image, and she received major backlash for her new image. Her badass attitude continued till most of 2014 when she finally admitted that she was under the influence of drugs and went into rehab. She credited her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth for helping her through this ordeal.
In 2017, Cyrus continued to experiment with her music, hinting at a more grounded, country approach. In an interview with Billboard, Cyrus took a dig at modern rap music, accusing the genre of being too flashy and misogynistic. She later defended her comments, saying that her hatred of modern music is her own choice, and she was not looking to bring down other artists.
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