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Miley Ray Cyrus is a 20 year old actress and singer-songwriter, who was born on the 23rd November, 1992 in Nashville, Tennessee. Her birth name was Destiny Hope, but in 2008 she legally changed her name to Miley after her dad had given her the nickname "Smiley." Miley rose to fame for her role as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana in the hit Disney Channel show "Hannah Montana." Hhe has released several successful albums as both herself and Hannah Montana, and has also taken part in three tours worldwide. Miley has also starred in movies including "The Last Song," "LOL" and more recently "So Undercover." She has been named as one of the richest teens in Hollywood with current earnings of over $120 million. Read more?
• Fourth Studio Album Status: In Production Release: 2013 Label: RCA Records
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A few years ago, Miley Cyrus learned firsthand the perils of unguarded moments in the digital age when video surfaced of her using a bong, supposedly to smoke a legal substance called salvia – an incident she later spoofed on Saturday Night Live. While the pop singer doesn’t exactly cop to smoking pot in a new interview with Rolling Stone’s Rob Tannenbaum, she doesn’t deny it, either.
“I did a song with Snoop Dogg called ‘Ashtrays and Heartbreaks,’ so people can put it together for themselves,” Cyrus says. “I think alcohol is way more dangerous than marijuana – people can be mad at me for saying that, but I don’t care. I’ve seen a lot of people spiral down with alcohol, but I’ve never seen that happen with weed.”
Marijuana users tend to be more laid-back, Cyrus observes, noting, “As long as it isn’t illegal, there are far more dangerous things. And it’s legal in the state of California. So I’m happy to live in California, a place where you can be whoever you want to be.”
Pot isn’t the only illicit substance Cyrus discusses: there’s molly, too. The form of ecstasy has popped up in hip-hop this year, to the chagrin of Rick Ross and the disgust of Kendrick Lamar. The way Cyrus pronounces a word in her new song “We Can’t Stop” has prompted speculation that she’s singing about molly, though she insists she says “Miley.”
“I have an accent! So when I say ‘Miley,’ it must sound like ‘molly,’” she says. “You’re not allowed to say ‘molly’ on the radio, so it obviously says ‘Miley.’ I knew people were gonna wonder what I’m saying in that song.”
Not that “Miley” is free of drug connotations, either. “People refer to [cocaine] as ‘Miley Cyrus,’” she says, citing Ross’ verse on Meek Mills’ song “Believe It.” “My name is used in hip-hop songs to mean that. So even if I’m saying ‘Miley,’ people could still find something wrong with it.”
The full Q&A with Cyrus will be available in the July 4th summer double issue of Rolling Stone.
Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth silence split rumours
Singer/actress Miley Cyrus and her fiance Liam Hemsworth proved their romance is still going strong on Monday after stepping out together for the first time since January.
The stars’ relationship has come under intense scrutiny amid persistent reports suggesting they are on the verge of a split, but they showed no signs of trouble in Los Angeles, where they were photographed heading out to the ArcLight Cinemas for a low-key movie date.
Cyrus, who was pictured still wearing her engagement ring, held on to her man’s arm as he led the way past the crowd of paparazzi and guided her into the theatre, reports Eonline.com.
The images are the first shots of the couple back together since Cyrus and Hemsworth were spotted on vacation in Costa Rica earlier this year.
The Hunger Games hunk, who proposed last summer, recently returned to Los Angeles after spending time with his family in his native Australia.
MILEY Cyrus won’t be taking to the role-model podium to apologise for those outfits or those lyrics.
The fast-talkin’ triple threat has already belly laughed at the tut-tutting about what she is singing and how she is looking for the launch of her career reboot with We Can’t Stop.
The urban pop anthem intended for Rihanna but redirected to Cyrus by this year’s go-to hitmaker Mike Will celebrates the party that would provoke a parental lecture.
At the We Can’t Stop bash, you can kiss who you want to, women with ample derrieres are “shaking it like we at a strip club” and there is the suggestion that people queueing for the toilets are “trying to get a line in the bathroom”.
The 20-year-old actor, singer and chief executive of Brand Miley was acutely aware the social media microscope would be focused on the lyrics.
Even though she left Hannah Montana behind years ago, Cyrus is still shaking off the last vestiges of that girl-next-door to sing about sex, drugs and rock’n'roll.
“I knew that would happen,” she says about the focus on the lyrics. “There are some lines in there hinting at what people think it’s hinting at. (But) it’s just about whatever you are going through.”
As an entertainer who has been brought up in Hollywood, Cyrus knows exactly what is going on. She knows if Justin Bieber leaves her home in his leopard print gaudy Audi, there will be speculation she has moved on from Aussie fiance Liam Hemsworth. For the record, they are still engaged.
She knows if she tweets photos of her wearing a onesie to rival Cher’s seatbelt leotard, it will land on the homepage of every news and gossip website in the world.
Hours after the news broke of her parents’ divorce, Miley Cyrus was on the air in Chicago promoting her new single, “We Can’t Stop,” from an upcoming, still-untitled pop album.
“She was in a really good mood, and she was talking about how she worked with Snoop Dogg on her album, and we asked her about her hair and her new look,” Showbiz Shelly, entertainment reporter for B96 Radio in Chicago, tells PEOPLE of the Friday broadcast.
But after the interview, Cyrus – whose father, Billy Ray Cyrus, and mother, Tish Cyrus, announced their split to PEOPLE late Thursday – opened up about more personal matters, including concern for her little sister, Noah.
When asked how she’s doing in the wake of the divorce news, Shelly says Cyrus, 20, said, “Oh, I’m fine. I’m okay.”
Shelly says she also said her parents’ divorce after 19 years of marriage won’t be that noticeable for the singer because of her busy travel schedule.
“I’m much more concerned for my sister [Noah]. She’s 13,” Cyrus said, according to Shelly, whose real name is Michelle Menaker.
On Friday Noah Tweeted, “Please pray for me and my family.”
(Tish is requesting primary physical and legal custody of Noah with visitation for Billy Ray, according to the documents filed Thursday in L.A. Superior Court.)
But Miley was upbeat during her time at B96 in Chicago, where she’s introducing Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at the B96 Pepsi Summer Bash this weekend.
“With everything that’s happened, she was very nice and really didn’t seem affected. If she was, she was covering it up really well,” Shelly tells PEOPLE. “We really enjoyed having her.”
At Her Album Listening Party In Chicago (June 14th, 2013)
Pharrell assures us that Miley Cyrus’ upcoming album won’t be “that hip-hop,” but with additional producers like Future in her corner, the former Disney Star definitely seems bound to showcase a new side of her personality.
Miley previously told MTV News that she and Future linked up for a studio session where no pen and papers were used and the atmosphere felt more like a party. Future confirmed this when we caught up with him on Wednesday in Los Angeles, explaining that he works off the vibe of an artist, without ever needing to write things down.
“I never write. I usually just look at the artist’s face and when I’m saying certain things, I see what moves them, so [there's] never no paper in the studio,” he explained. “It’s always me freestyling, [being] free-spirited, vibing and tryna pick her brain to see what she likes and what she don’t like. See what she’s going through by just having different conversations.
“From the conversation, I pretty much know where your life is at and where you wanna take the music,” he added.
The details of Miley’s relationship and personal life have been a fixture of the gossip sites lately — in addition to the fascination with her twerkin’ obsession — so the music they recorded together contains a little bit of everything, according to Future.
“We got a lot of great records, and it all came from conversation and having a nice vibe,” the Atlanta rapper told us. “Whenever she allowed me in her personal life through conversation, I tried to take that vibe and go to the booth. I told her, ‘You’ve gotta embrace your fears. If something’s bothering you, you’ve gotta run toward it. If you’re crying about it, you need to cry till you can’t cry anymore. If you try to hold it back, then it’s gonna eat you up. But if you embrace [it], the music moves.”
And as the pop star opened up, the music took on a life of its own. “The songs I did with her [are] very touching. Certain days it’s about money, partying and vibing and some days [it's about needing] somebody to stand by you and hold you down,” Future explained. “Certain days you wanna know if the love that you’re with is really true, and one song we got is basically around all those subject matters.”
Miley was thrilled about her sessions with Future, noting how impressed she was at his versatility with music, which meant a lot to the Atlanta-based rapper/producer. “It means I’m doing the right thing,” he said. “Staying outside the box and not getting caught up in a certain lane. I can play in all different lanes and it just allows me to keep being the future. … They don’t call me Future for no reason.”
Visiting 103.5 KISS FM Radio in Chicago (June 14th, 2013)