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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?
• "Bangerz" Tour Type:Tour Status:In Production Begins: February 14th, 2014 Tickets | Photos
• "Bangerz" Type: Fourth Studio Album Label: RCA Records Status: In Production Release: October 8th, 2013 Buy on iTunes
• "Wrecking Ball" Type: Single Album: Bangerz Release: August 25th, 2013 Buy on iTunes
• "We Can't Stop" Type: Single Album: Bangerz Release: June 3rd, 2013 Buy on iTunes
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Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG) has signed an exclusive worldwide music publishing agreement with Miley Cyrus to administer her hit album Bangerz.
Bangerz was released by RCA on October 8 in the US and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 270,000 copies sold in the week following its release.
The album also debuted at No. 1 in the UK and multiple countries worldwide, including Canada, Australia and Ireland.
“It’s a real honor for Universal Music Publishing to be involved globally with Miley who is, as a songwriter and artist, reinventing the art of pop music in a powerful way right before our eyes. Kudos as well to her business and managerial team of Bill Sobel and Larry Rudolph who have done an incredible job supporting Miley’s vision,” said Evan Lamberg, President, North America, UMPG.
As a result of its new deal with Cyrus, who co-wrote ten of the album’s 13 tracks, UMPG now has a publishing interest in the majority of the songs that appear on Bangerz.
The album has already launched two hit singles, including We Can’t Stop, which was co-written by Cyrus and UMPG songwriters Rock City, as well as Wrecking Ball, which was co-written by UMPG songwriter Stephan Moccio and became a No. 1 hit in the UK and on the Billboard Hot 100.
The album also features collaborations with UMPG songwriter Big Sean and Rondor Music International songwriter Future. Other UMPG songwriters who contributed to the album include Stacy Barthe (“Adore You”), Oren Yoel (“Adore You”), Sean Garrett (“SMS (Bangerz)”), and Rami Afuni (“FU”).
Miley Cyrus Performing “Wrecking Ball” Acoustic in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge
Miley Cyrus has said she believes there is a “double standard” when it comes to men and women, and body image.
“I feel like I’m one of the biggest feminists in the world because I tell women to not be scared of anything,” she said.
She also said that her on-stage persona and revealing outfits were all part of her act.
“I don’t actually walk around all day twerking with my tongue out dressed as a teddy bear,” she told Newsbeat.
The 20-year-old said she doesn’t worry if people think badly of her controversial performances because she knows she is a “good person”.
Commenting on headlines suggesting she smoked marijuana at Sunday’s MTV EMAs, she said: “I never worry about what I do on stage making me look bad.
“I think people if they actually knew me would be surprised at how normal I am.
“I’m definitely crazy but I’m normal. I feel like [I am] socially probably more acceptable than a lot of people in this industry because I’ve just always grown up around this and so I never have any kind of attitude.”
Miley has been criticised for the video for Wrecking Ball, which sees her swinging naked and licking a sledgehammer.
Cyrus was also knocked for her performance with Robin Thicke at the MTV VMAs in August, where she wore a nude-coloured bra and pants, stuck her tongue out and twerked.
Musician Sinead O’Connor wrote an open letter, criticising the 20-year-old for allowing herself “to be pimped” adding that her behaviour was not “in any way an empowerment of yourself or any other young women”.
Cyrus said she tries to frame the negative headlines in a positive way.
“Every time you talk about me, you’re bringing more awareness to me and… my record.
“If you have good songs I think you can wear anything or do anything, just be able to back it up by what you’re doing.”
Her latest album, Bangerz, was released last month and made it to number one in the UK and the US.
“I think that says a lot, that my fans are growing based off me as an artist, not just off what people are saying,” said Cyrus.
“It was crazy, as soon as my record came out I just feel like everything sort of expanded for me and my fans and it’s awesome.”
Miley Cyrus Confirms “Bangerz” World Tour Is Heading To The UK
Miley Cyrus has confirmed that her ‘Bangerz’ world tour will be heading to the UK and fans can expect “chaos”.
The US star told Capital that the UK is one of her favourite places to perform and revealed there will be many surprises.
“Yes, I definitely will be here,” Miley declared. “This is one of my favourite places to tour. I’ve toured the States, South America, I did a kind of quick European tour a few years ago – it was so awesome.”
Asked if rumours of swinging from a giant wrecking ball inside the arena were true, she said: “I don’t want to say anything because I like people being so surprised and so shocked.
“Basically, if you think that I’m going to do it – you can expect that I’m not going to do it.”
Giving a fans a taste of what they can actually expect on her ‘Bangerz’ tour, she added: “This tour is going to be so insane. Everyone always makes it seem like I don’t fit in, so I’m making everyone go into my world a little bit.
“This is where everyone else gets to see inside my mind and my brain. I want it to feel like my own world, like complete chaos as soon as you walk inside the arena.”
Meanwhile, the singer was in the headlines across the world again this weekend after appearing to smoke marijuana on stage at the MTV EMAs 2013.
As well as picking up the Best Video prize for ‘Wrecking Ball’, she also performed twice on the night.
Miley’s ‘Bangerz’ world tour kicks off in Vancouver on 14th February.
Miley Cyrus covers “Summertime Sadness” in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge
She couldn’t resist. Singer Miley Cyrus smoked a joint on stage and twerked with a dwarf during the MTV EMAs on Sunday.
The 20-year old pop star also took home the Best Video award for her hit song “Wrecking Ball” during a show with a strong lineup of other performers including Eminem and Katy Perry.
Katy & Miley Steal the Show at 2013 MTV EMAs
Miley Cyrus opened MTV’s Europe Music Awards with her hit song “We Can’t Stop” – while wearing a space-themed silver spandex suit and twerking with a female dwarf.
To the delight of the crowd in Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome, Cyrus finished the number by sticking out her tongue – the same expression she flashed repeatedly during her eyebrow-raising appearance at MTV’s Video Music Awards in New York in August.
After winning the top award at the end of the show, she celebrated by demonstratively lighting up a large spliff and quickly taking a puff.
Marijuana is not legal in the Netherlands, but smokers can’t be prosecuted for possessing small amounts and it is sold openly in cafes known euphemistically as “coffee shops.”
Cyrus, who long ago shed her image of innocence as the child star of “Hannah Montana,” has made no secret of her appreciation of Amsterdam’s attractions, arriving the Friday before the show and hanging out at the Greenhouse coffee shop downtown with several other stars.
She also wore marijuana leaf emblems in her earphones during a live rendition of “Wrecking Ball” against the backdrop of a giant video screen of herself crying.
The EMAs traditionally focus on global, rather than U.S. pop music acts, though there’s a lot of overlap: winners included Bruno Mars, who grabbed Best Song for “Locked Out of Heaven,” and Eminem both in the Best Hip Hop and Global Icon category.
Another notable winner was Katy Perry for Best Female Artist. Perry, apparently caught by surprise at her win, spit out a sip of champagne and took the stage to thank her fans. During Perry’s performance earlier, she hung suspended by wires as green lasers reflected off her mirrored outfit during a rendition of “Unconditional.”
Eminem, who has just released his first album in several years, appeared to have lost none of his rapping skill as he performed “Rap God,” spitting out words at a blistering pace.
He was handed his Global Icon honor by “Anchorman” character “Ron Burgundy” (actor Will Ferrell), who informed him that Dutch DJ Afrojack had been insulting him behind his back. “Who?” Eminem deadpanned.
The “intergalactic”-themed show is scheduled to be rebroadcast in the U.S. later Sunday.