Since her debut as the rockstar leading a double life named “Hannah Montana” in 2006, all eyes have been on her. Starring in the successful Disney Channel series launched her into the spotlight, resulting in record deals and the beginning of her music and acting careers. After four seasons of the show and almost 100 episodes later, Cyrus bid farewell to the “Hannah Montana” era in 2011, but her career was starting.
Miley Cyrus became famous after her role in “Hannah Montana,” but she started performing before the show even began.
Miley sang “Hound Dog” on stage with her father when she was only two years old. She told the San Diego Union-Tribune about some of her earliest memories.
“Hannah Montana” on Disney Channel was a big hit right away. The show shattered TV ratings, becoming the most-watched program in 2006, 2007, and 2010.
Miley initially tried out for the best friend role but landed the lead part and became a star overnight.
Fans were stunned when she posed partially unclothed for a Vanity Fair issue 2008, covering herself with a bedsheet. Miley was only 16 years old at the time and apologized publicly for the shoot after receiving a lot of criticism.
Miley Cyrus has always been honest about the drugs she prefers.
One of the subjects heavily covered by the media has been her love life. For most of her career, Cyrus dated actor Liam Hemsworth, her ex-husband.
In 2018, the two married in a private ceremony at their former Nashville home. However, they split up the following year.
Cyrus has faced criticism for their support of the LGBTQ+ community.
During an appearance on the “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, Cyrus revealed they had experienced Reinke’s edema, a condition that causes fluid buildup and swelling in the vocal cords.
In 2019, the “Adore You” singer underwent surgery to treat the condition.
Cyrus has expressed no interest in touring again.
Miley Cyrus released her “Endless Summer Vacation” album in March 2023, but she likely won’t perform the songs in large arenas anytime soon. She last toured internationally in 2014 for “Bangerz” but has appeared at smaller venues and festivals. In her recent interview with British Vogue, Cyrus explained why she hasn’t headlined a tour in almost a decade. “I don’t enjoy singing for large groups of people. It doesn’t feel personal or safe,” she explains. “It’s not a natural situation, and it’s isolating because you’re standing in front of thousands of faces but still very much alone.”