Destiny Hope Cyrus, better known as "Miley," was born in Franklin, Tennessee on November 23, 1992 and has never been a stranger to the spotlight. Her father is none other than country superstar Billy Ray Cyrus, and it was her father's introduction to acting that led the young Miley to follow in his footsteps. Miley made her first small screen appearance, alongside her dad on his hit show "Doc." She followed that performance up as the character of Ruthie in the 2003 film "Big Fish." By 2006, Miley Cyrus had made a name for herself as the star of the hit Disney Channel TV series "Hannah Montana," and on the heels of Hannah's success, the pop princess launched her Best of Both Worlds Tour, making Miley Cyrus tickets hard to come by.
Cyrus signed with Hollywood Records in 2007, and released the series' soundtrack Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus. Her debut studio album sold 3 million copies, and led to her sold-out tour. Hits like "Life's What You Make it" "Nobody's Perfect" and "The Best of Both Worlds" made Hannah Montana a household name. The Jonas Brothers opened for Cyrus during her Best of Both World's Tour, which spanned 70 shows, grossing $54 million in ticket sales.
"Miley," short for smiley, is the nickname Cyrus' picked up during her Hannah Montana heyday. After the success of her hit TV show "Hannah Montana" and the movie, Cyrus began pursuing more serious roles including her part in the 2010 film "The Last Song." Slowly she began transitioning from child-star to the provocative pop star that she has become. By 2013, the 20-year-old lobbed off her locks, opting for an edgy pixie cut, but that was only the beginning of her shocking transformation.
Her performance with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards marked a definite turning point in her career. No longer a teenager, Cyrus' made it clear her Hannah Montanna days were behind her. Cyrus shocked the audience when she ripped off a teddy bear leotard, exposing a nude latex bra and panty number. With a foam finger in one hand, the short-haired Miley Cyrus took it even further with her dance moves, twerking with Robin Thicke on stage.
Miley Cyrus's MTV VMA appearance made headlines, but her 2013 album Bangerz, was topping the charts. The album featured guest appearance by Brittney Spears and Nelly. Her new songs ignited the same fan loyalty she experienced as Hannah Montana, yet permanently extinguished the her Disney character's existence. "We Can't Stop" peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Wrecking Ball" became Cyrus' first single to hit the top position in the U.S.
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