Miley Cyrus
Cyrus in 2019
Destiny Hope Cyrus

(1992-11-23) November 23, 1992 (age 31)
Other names
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
Years active2001–present
(m. 2018; div. 2020)
AwardsFull list
Musical career

Miley Ray Cyrus (/ˈmli ˈsrəs/ MY-lee SY-rəs; born Destiny Hope Cyrus, November 23, 1992) is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Dubbed the "Pop Chameleon", she has been recognized for her musical versatility and continual artistic reinventions.[3] Cyrus has been referred to as the "Teen Queen" of the 2000s pop culture[4] and regarded as one of the few examples of a child star who went on to have a successful career as an adult.[5] Among her accolades are 19 Teen Choice Awards, five Billboard Music Awards, four World Music Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, a People's Choice Award, a GLAAD Media Award, and eight Guinness World Records. She was ranked as the ninth-greatest Billboard 200 female artist of all time, and has been featured in listicles such as the Time 100 in 2008 and 2014, Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2014 and 2021, and Billboard's "Greatest of All Time Artists" in 2019.[6]

Cyrus is the elder of two biological daughters among country singer Billy Ray Cyrus's six children. She emerged as a teen idol while portraying the titular character of the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana (2006–2011). As Hannah Montana, she attained two number-one and three top-five soundtracks on the Billboard 200, and the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 top-ten single "He Could Be the One." Cyrus's initial solo career consisted of the teen-friendly pop rock U.S. number-one albums Meet Miley Cyrus (2007) and Breakout (2008); these releases contained the US top-ten singles "See You Again" and "7 Things." The extended play The Time of Our Lives (2009), peaked at number two in the U.S; its lead single "Party in the U.S.A." became one of the best-selling singles in the United States and was certified diamond by the RIAA. Cyrus also released the country pop ballad "The Climb", which peaked at number four. Trying to reinvent her image, she explored dance-pop in her third album, Can't Be Tamed (2010). The record received mixed reviews; however, its title track reached the top ten in the U.S.

Following a hiatus, Cyrus underwent a mature and provocative musical shift with the R&B and hip hop-infused Bangerz (2013), which became her fifth number-one album. Featuring the top-five single "We Can't Stop" and her first U.S. number-one "Wrecking Ball", it earned Cyrus her first Grammy Award nomination. She experimented with psychedelic music on her follow-up, the free album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015), embraced country pop on Younger Now (2017), which yielded the U.S. top-ten single "Malibu", and incorporated trap on the EP She Is Coming (2019). Cyrus explored rock on Plastic Hearts (2020), which topped the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart. Her next, Endless Summer Vacation (2023), was preceded by the lead single "Flowers", which set several streaming and chart records and marked her second U.S. number-one. The album and song earned her multiple Grammy nominations; including for Record, Song, and Album of the Year, her first nominations in the general categories.

Outside of her music, Cyrus starred in the films Bolt (2008), Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009), The Last Song (2010), LOL (2012), and So Undercover (2013), and appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017). On television, she led and produced the documentary, Miley: The Movement (2013), served as a coach on the singing competition series The Voice (2016–2017), starred in the "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too" episode from the Netflix series Black Mirror (2019), hosts the yearly NBC holiday special Miley's New Year's Eve Party (2021–present), and starred in and executive produced the Disney+ documentary concert special, Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions) (2023). In 2014, she founded the non-profit organization Happy Hippie Foundation, which was supported by the web video series Backyard Sessions (2012–2023).

Life and career

See also: List of awards and nominations received by Miley Cyrus

1992–2005: Early life and career beginnings

Destiny Hope Cyrus was born November 23, 1992, in Franklin, Tennessee,[7] to Leticia "Tish" Jean Cyrus (née Finley) and country singer Billy Ray Cyrus.[7] She was born with supraventricular tachycardia, a condition causing an abnormal resting heart rate.[8] Her birth name, Destiny Hope, expressed her parents' belief that she would accomplish great things. Her parents nicknamed her "Smiley", which they later shortened to "Miley", because she often smiled as an infant.[9] In 2008, she legally changed her name to Miley Ray Cyrus; her middle name honors her grandfather, Democratic politician Ronald Ray Cyrus, who was from Kentucky.[10] Cyrus's godmother is singer-songwriter Dolly Parton.[11]

Against the advice of her father's record company,[12] Cyrus's parents secretly married on December 28, 1993, a year after her birth.[13] They had two more children, son Braison and daughter Noah.[14] From a previous relationship, her mother has two other children, Brandi and Trace.[15] Her father's first child, Christopher Cody, was born in April 1992[13] and grew up separately with his mother, waitress Kristin Luckey, in South Carolina.[12][16]

All of Cyrus's maternal siblings are established entertainers. Trace is a vocalist and guitarist for the electronic pop band Metro Station.[17] Noah is an actress and along with Braison, models, sings, and is a songwriter.[18][19][20][21][22] Brandi was formerly a musician for the indie rock band Frank + Derol[23][24] and is a professional DJ. The Cyrus farmhouse is located on 500 acres of land outside Nashville.[25]

Cyrus attended Heritage Elementary School in Williamson County while she and her family lived in Thompson's Station, Tennessee.[26] When she was cast in Hannah Montana, the family moved to Los Angeles and she attended Options for Youth Charter Schools[27] studying with a private tutor on set.[28] Raised as a Christian, she was baptized in a Southern Baptist church before moving to Hollywood in 2005.[29] She attended church regularly while growing up and wore a purity ring.[30] In 2001, when Cyrus was eight, she and her family moved to Toronto, Canada, while her father filmed the television series Doc.[31] After Billy Ray Cyrus took her to see a 2001 Mirvish production of Mamma Mia! at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Miley Cyrus grabbed his arm and told him, "This is what I want to do, daddy. I want to be an actress."[32] She began to take singing and acting lessons at the Armstrong Acting Studio in Toronto.[33]

Cyrus's first acting role was as Kylie in her father's television series Doc.[9] In 2003, she received credit under her birth name for her role as "Young Ruthie" in Tim Burton's Big Fish.[34] During this period she auditioned with Taylor Lautner for the feature film The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D. Although she was one of two finalists for the role, she chose to appear in Hannah Montana instead.[35]

Her mother took on the role of Miley's manager and worked to acquire a team to build her daughter's career.[36][37] Cyrus signed with Mitchell Gossett, director of the youth division at Cunningham Escott Slevin Doherty.[38] Gossett is often credited with "discovering" Cyrus and played a key role in her auditioning for Hannah Montana.[39] She later signed with Jason Morey of Morey Management Group to handle her music career; Dolly Parton steered her to him.[37] She hired her father's finance manager as part of her team.[37]

2006–2009: Hannah Montana and early musical releases

Cyrus performing on her Best of Both Worlds Tour in 2007

Cyrus auditioned for the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana when she was thirteen years old.[40] She auditioned for the role of the title character's best friend, but was called to audition for the lead role instead.[40] Despite being denied the part at first because she was "too small and too young" for the role,[41] she was later cast as the lead because of her singing and acting abilities.[42] The series premiered in March 2006 to the largest audience for a Disney Channel program[43] and quickly ranked among the highest-rated series on basic cable.[44] The success of the series led to Cyrus being labeled a "teen idol."[34][45] She toured with the Cheetah Girls as Hannah Montana in September 2006 and performed songs from the show's first season.[46] Walt Disney Records released a soundtrack credited to Cyrus's character in October of that year.[47] The record was a commercial success, topping the Billboard 200 chart in the United States; it went on to sell over three million copies worldwide.[48] With the release of the soundtrack, Cyrus became the first act within the Walt Disney Company to have deals in television, film, consumer products, and music.[45]

Cyrus signed a four-album deal with Hollywood Records to distribute her non-Hannah Montana soundtrack music.[49] She released the two-disc album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus in June 2007.[50] The first disc was credited as the second soundtrack by "Hannah Montana", while the second disc served as Cyrus's debut studio album.[50] The album became her second to reach the top of the Billboard 200, and has sold over three million copies.[51] Months after the release of the project, "See You Again" (2007) was released as the lead single from the album.[52] The song was a commercial success, and has sold over two million copies in the United States since its release.[53] She collaborated with her father on the single "Ready, Set, Don't Go" (2007).[54] Next Cyrus embarked on her highly successful Best of Both Worlds Tour (2007–08) to promote its release.[55][56] Ticketmaster officials commented that "there [hadn't] been a demand of this level or intensity since The Beatles or Elvis."[57] The tour's success led to the theatrical release of the 3D concert film Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert (2008).[58] While initially intended to be a limited release, the film's success led to a longer run.[59]

Cyrus singing on her 2009 Wonder World Tour

Cyrus and friend Mandy Jiroux began posting videos on the popular website YouTube in February 2008, referring to the clips as "The Miley and Mandy Show"; the videos garnered a large online following.[60] In April 2008, several pictures of Cyrus in her underwear and swimsuit were leaked online by a teenager who hacked her Gmail account.[61][62] Further controversy erupted when it was reported that the then-15-year-old Cyrus had posed topless during a photo shoot by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair.[63] The New York Times subsequently clarified that although the shot left the impression that Cyrus was bare-breasted, she was wrapped in a bed sheet and was not topless.[64]

Cyrus went on to release her second studio album, Breakout (2008), in June of that year.[65] The album earned the highest first-week sales of her career thus far and became her third to top the Billboard 200.[66][67] Cyrus later starred with John Travolta in the animated film Bolt (2008), her debut as a film actress; she also co-wrote the song "I Thought I Lost You" (2008) for the film, which she sings as a duet with Travolta.[68] The film was a critical and commercial success and earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Original Song.[69]

In March 2009, Cyrus released "The Climb" (2009) as a single from the soundtrack to the Hannah Montana feature film.[70] It was met with a warm critical and commercial reaction, becoming a crossover hit in both pop and country music formats.[71] The soundtrack, which features the single, went on to become Cyrus's fourth entry to top the Billboard 200; at age 16, she became the youngest artist in history to have four number-one albums on the chart.[72] She released her fourth soundtrack as Hannah Montana in July 2009, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200.[73] Cyrus later launched her first fashion line, Miley Cyrus and Max Azria, through Walmart.[74] It was promoted by the release of "Party in the U.S.A." (2009) and the EP The Time of Our Lives (2009).[75][76] Cyrus said the record was "a transitioning album [...] really to introduce people to what I want my next record to sound like and with time I will be able to do that a little more."[76] "Party in the U.S.A." became one of Cyrus's most successful singles to date and is considered to be one of her signature songs.[77] She embarked on her first world tour, the Wonder World Tour (2009) which was a critical and commercial success.[78] On December 7, 2009, Cyrus performed for Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the British royal family at the Royal Variety Performance in Blackpool, Lancashire.[79]

Billboard ranked her as the fourth best-selling female artist of 2009.[80]

2010–2012: Can't Be Tamed and focus on acting

Cyrus performing on her Gypsy Heart Tour in São Paulo, 2011

Hoping to foster a more mature image, Cyrus starred in the film The Last Song (2010), based on the Nicholas Sparks novel.[81] It was met with negative critical reviews[82] but was a box office hit.[83][84] Cyrus further attempted to shift her image with the release of her third studio album, Can't Be Tamed (2010).[85] The album featured a more dance-oriented sound than her prior releases and stirred a considerable amount of controversy over its lyrical content and Cyrus's live performances.[86][87][88][89] It sold 106,000 copies in its first week of release and became her first studio album not to top the Billboard 200 chart in the United States.[90] The album's second and final single, "Who Owns My Heart" was released solely in German territories.[citation needed] Cyrus released her final soundtrack as Hannah Montana that October; it was a commercial failure.[citation needed]

Cyrus was the subject of further controversy when a video posted online in December 2010 showed her, then aged eighteen, smoking salvia with a bong.[91][92][93] 2010 ended with her ranking at number thirteen on the Forbes Celebrity 100 list.[94] She embarked on her worldwide Gypsy Heart Tour in April 2011 which had no North American dates;[95] she cited her various controversial moments as the reason, claiming that she only wanted to travel where she felt "the most love".[96][97] Following the release of Can't Be Tamed, Cyrus officially parted ways with Hollywood Records.[98] With her obligations to Hannah Montana fulfilled, Cyrus announced her plans to take a hiatus from music so she could focus on her acting career.[99] She confirmed she would not be going to college.[100][101]

Cyrus hosted the March 5, 2011, episode of Saturday Night Live where she poked fun at her recent controversies.[102][103] That November it was announced that Cyrus would be the voice of Mavis in the animated film Hotel Transylvania;[104] however by February 2012 she was dropped from the project and replaced with Selena Gomez. At the time Cyrus said her reason for leaving the movie was wanting to work on her music;[105] later it was revealed the real reason behind her exit was because she bought her then-boyfriend Liam Hemsworth a birthday cake shaped like a penis and licked it.[106] She made an appearance on the MTV television series Punk'd with Kelly Osbourne and Khloé Kardashian.[107][108] Cyrus starred alongside Demi Moore in the independent film LOL (2012).[109] The film had a limited release; it was a critical and commercial failure.[110][111][112] She starred in the comedy film So Undercover playing the role of an undercover FBI agent at a college sorority.[113]

Cyrus released a string of live performances known as the Backyard Sessions on YouTube during the spring and summer of 2012; the performances were of classic songs she personally liked.[114] Having begun working on a failed fourth album the previous year, Cyrus resumed working on a new musical project in late 2012.[115][failed verification] She collaborated with producers Rock Mafia on their song "Morning Sun" (2012), which was made available for free download online.[116] She had previously appeared in the music video for their debut single, "The Big Bang" (2010).[117] Cyrus later provided guest vocals on "Decisions" (2012) by Borgore.[118] Both Cyrus and Hemsworth appeared in the song's music video.[119] She went on to guest star as Missi in two episodes of the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men.[120] Cyrus drew significant media attention when she cut her traditionally long, brown hair in favor of a blonde, pixie cut; she commented that she had "never felt more [herself] in [her] whole life" and that "it really changed [her] life."[121][122]

2013–2015: Bangerz and Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz

Cyrus performing at the 2013 Jingle Ball in Tampa, Florida

In 2013, Cyrus hired Larry Rudolph to be her manager, although she is currently managed by Maverick's Adam Leber; Rudolph is best known for representing Britney Spears.[123][124] It was confirmed that Cyrus had signed with RCA Records for her future releases.[125] She worked with producers such as Pharrell Williams and Mike Will Made-It on her fourth studio album, resulting in a hip hop-influenced sound.[126] She collaborated with numerous hip hop artists releases[126] and appeared on the Snoop Lion song "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks" (2013), released as the lead single from his twelfth studio album, Reincarnated.[127] She collaborated with on the song "Fall Down" (2013), released as a promotional single that same month.[128] The song entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number fifty-eight, marking her first appearance on the chart since "Can't Be Tamed" (2010).[129] She provided guest vocals on the Lil Twist song "Twerk", which also featured vocals by Justin Bieber.[130] The song was unreleased for unknown reasons but leaked online.[130] On May 23, 2013, it was confirmed that Cyrus would be featured on the Mike Will Made It single "23", with Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J.[131] The single went on to peak at number eleven on the Hot 100, and had sold over one million copies worldwide as of 2013.[132]

Cyrus released her new single "We Can't Stop" on June 3.[133] Touted as her comeback single, it became a worldwide commercial success, topping charts in territories such as the United Kingdom.[134][135] The song's music video set the Vevo record for most views within twenty-four hours of release and became the first to reach 100 million views on the site.[136] Cyrus performed with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, a performance that resulted in widespread media attention and public scrutiny. Her simulated sex acts with a foam finger were described as "disturbing" and the whole performance as "cringe-worthy".[137][138] Cyrus released "Wrecking Ball" (2013) as the second single from Bangerz on the same day as the VMAs.[139] The accompanying music video, which showed her swinging naked on a wrecking ball, was viewed over nineteen million times within 24 hours of its release, and drew criticism from some for allegedly objectifying Cyrus, including fellow singer Sinéad O’Connor, who said that "you will obscure your talent by allowing yourself to be pimped, whether it’s the music business or yourself doing the pimping".[139][138][140] Despite this, the single became Cyrus's first to top the Hot 100 in the US, and maintained the #1 spot for three weeks.[141] It sold over two million copies.[142]

Cyrus performing on her 2014 Bangerz Tour

On October 2, MTV aired the documentary Miley: The Movement, that chronicled the recording of her fourth studio album Bangerz,[143][144] which was released on October 4.[145] The album was a commercial success, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 270,000 copies.[146] On October 5, Cyrus hosted Saturday Night Live for the second time.[147] On November 5, Cyrus featured on rapper Future's "Real and True" with Mr. Hudson; an accompanying music video premiered five days later on November 10, 2013.[148] In late 2013 she was declared Artist of the Year by MTV.[149] On January 29, 2014, she played an acoustic concert show on MTV Unplugged, performing songs from Bangerz featuring a guest appearance by Madonna.[150] It became the highest-rated MTV Unplugged in the past decade, with over 1.7 million streams.[151] Cyrus was also featured in the Marc Jacobs Spring 2014 campaign along with Natalie Westling and Esmerelda Seay Reynolds.[152] She launched her controversial Bangerz Tour (2014) that year, which was positively received by critics.[153][154] Two months into her tour, Cyrus's Alaskan Klee Kai was found mauled to death at her home after fighting with a coyote. Two weeks later, Cyrus suffered an allergic reaction to the antibiotic cephalexin, prescribed to treat a sinus infection,[155] resulting in her hospitalization in Kansas City. Though she rescheduled some of her US tour dates, she resumed the tour two weeks later, beginning with the European leg.[156]

While collaborating with the Flaming Lips on their remake of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, With a Little Help from My Fwends,[157][158] Cyrus began working with Wayne Coyne on her fifth studio album.[159] She claimed that she was taking her time to focus on the music, and that the album would not be released until she felt it was ready.[160] Coyne compared his collaborative material with Cyrus to the catalogs of Pink Floyd and Portishead and described their sound as being "a slightly wiser, sadder, more true version" of Cyrus's pop music output.[161] Cyrus also worked on the films The Night Before (2015) and A Very Murray Christmas (2015) during this period; both roles were cameos.[162] Reports began to surface in 2015 that Cyrus was working on two albums simultaneously, one of which she hoped to release at no charge.[163] This was confirmed by her manager who claimed she was willing to end her contract with RCA Records if they refused to let her release a free album.[163] Cyrus was the host of the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, making her its first openly pansexual host, and gave a surprise performance of a new song "Dooo It!" (2015) during the show's finale.[164][165] Immediately following the performance, Cyrus announced that her fifth studio album, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015), was available for free streaming on SoundCloud.[165] The album was written and produced primarily by Cyrus, and has been called experimental and psychedelic,[166][167][168] with elements of psychedelic pop,[169][170] psychedelic rock,[171] and alternative pop.[172]

2016–2017: The Voice and Younger Now

Cyrus performing on The Today Show in 2017

In 2016, following the release of her fifth studio album the previous year, Cyrus resumed working on her sixth studio effort.[173][174] She was a key advisor during the tenth season of the reality singing competition The Voice.[175] In March, Cyrus had signed on as a coach for the eleventh season of The Voice as a replacement for Gwen Stefani; Cyrus became the youngest coach to appear in any incarnation of the series.[176] In September 2016, Cyrus co-starred in Crisis in Six Scenes, a television series Woody Allen created for Amazon Studios. She played a radical activist who causes chaos in a conservative 1960s household while hiding from the police.[177][178] On September 17, 2016, she appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and covered Bob Dylan's "Baby, I'm In the Mood for You".[179] Cyrus also had an uncredited voice cameo as Mainframe in the superhero film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, released in May 2017.

On May 11, 2017, Cyrus released "Malibu" as the lead single from her sixth album.[180] The single debuted at No. 64 on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at No. 10 on the chart on its second week.[181] On June 9, Cyrus released "Inspired" after performing the song at the One Love Manchester benefit concert.[182] It served as a promotional single from the album. On August 8, Cyrus announced that her sixth studio album would be titled Younger Now and would be released on September 29, 2017.[183][184] The album's title track was released as the second single from the album on August 18 and debuted and peaked at No. 79 on the Billboard Hot 100.[185] On August 27, Cyrus performed the track at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.[186] On September 15, she performed "Malibu", "Younger Now", "See You Again", "Party in the U.S.A." and a cover of the Roberta Flack hit "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" (written by Ewan McColl) for the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge.[187] On October 2, as part of her one-week regular musical appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Cyrus sang her 2009 hit single "The Climb" for the first time since 2011 alongside a cover of "No Freedom" by Dido to honor the victims of the Las Vegas shooting.[188] The former one has since then been performed at multiple charity events and democratic marches like March For Our Lives.[189] That same year Cyrus also returned as a coach in the thirteenth season of The Voice after taking a one-season hiatus.[190][191] On October 5, 2017, Cyrus confirmed that she would not be returning to The Voice for season fourteen.[192] On October 30, 2017, Cyrus revealed she would neither release any further singles from Younger Now nor tour for it.[193]

2018–2019: She Is Coming and Black Mirror

Before the release of Younger Now in September 2017, Cyrus expressed she was "already two songs deep on the next [album]."[194] Producers attached to her seventh studio album included previous collaborator Mike Will Made It and new collaborators Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt.[195] Her first collaboration with Ronson, "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" from his 2019 album Late Night Feelings, was released on November 29, 2018, to great commercial reception, especially in Europe, where it peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart as well as in Ireland and topped the charts in several Eastern European countries including Hungary or Croatia.[196][197][198]

During the first quarter of 2019, Cyrus became quite notable for her cover songs.[199] Having already taken part in MusiCares Person of the Year in 2018 celebrating Fleetwood Mac, she returned the year after to honor the career of her godmother Dolly Parton by performing "Islands in the Stream" alongside Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes, with who she also performed "In My Blood" a couple days later at the 61st Grammy Awards.[200][201] Cyrus's other covers include her version of Ariana Grande's "No Tears Left to Cry" for BBC Radio's Live Lounge, her participation at the Chris Cornell tribute concert I Am The Highway, where she sang "As Hope & Promise Fade" as well as her cover record of Elton John's "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me", included in the tribute album Revamp: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin.[202] Cyrus also honored John at the I'm Still Standing: A Grammy Salute to Elton John tribute concert in 2018, where she covered "The Bitch Is Back".[203]

Cyrus performing She Is Coming at Primavera Sound

On May 31, 2019, Cyrus tweeted that her seventh studio album would be titled She Is Miley Cyrus and would comprise three six-song EPs, which would be released before the full-length album: She Is Coming on May 31, She Is Here in the summer, and She Is Everything in the fall.[204] She Is Coming, which also included vocal collaborations with RuPaul, Swae Lee, Mike Will Made It and Ghostface Killah, debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200 with 36,000 album-equivalent units,[205] while the lead single "Mother's Daughter" entered at number 54 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[206] The Wuki remix of "Mother's Daughter" received a nomination for Best Remixed Recording at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards while the original music video won two MTV Video Music Awards.[207][208] Cyrus promoted the EP with a summer European tour that visited A-list festivals like Glastonbury and Primavera Sound.[209]

Cyrus starred in "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too", an episode of the Netflix science fiction series Black Mirror, which was filmed in South Africa in November 2018. It was released on Netflix on June 5, 2019.[210] In the episode, she played fictional pop star Ashley O and voiced her AI doll extension, Ashley Too. The plot was compared to Britney Spears's conservatorship and the Free Britney movement, which Cyrus has been an advocate for.[211] The music video for the song "On a Roll" from the episode was released on June 13;[212] the song itself and the B-side "Right Where I Belong" were released to digital platforms the next day.[213]

On June 27, it was revealed that Cyrus had collaborated with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey on "Don't Call Me Angel", the lead single of the soundtrack to the 2019 film Charlie's Angels.[214] It was released on September 13, 2019.[215] In August 2019, Cyrus released "Slide Away", her first song since announcing her separation from then-husband Hemsworth. The song hinted at their breakup and contained lyrics such as "Move on, we're not 17, I'm not who I used to be".[216] A music video was released in September 2019 that contained further references, including a ten of hearts playing card at the bottom of a pool to represent the end of her decade-long relationship with Hemsworth.[217]

2020–2022: Plastic Hearts, Attention: Miley Live, and television projects

On August 14, 2020, Cyrus released the lead single from her seventh studio album, "Midnight Sky" and confirmed the cancellation of the EPs She Is Here and She Is Everything due to major recent changes in her life that did not fit the essence of the project, including her divorce from Hemsworth, and the burning of the couple's house during the Woolsey Fire in California.[218][219] "Midnight Sky" became her highest-charting solo single since "Malibu" in 2017, peaking at number 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Internationally, in the United Kingdom the song has thus far peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart. The track was later mashed up with Stevie Nicks' "Edge of Seventeen".[220] In October, Cyrus had a third Backyard Session on MTV and announced via Instagram that her seventh studio album Plastic Hearts would be released on November 27, 2020.[221][222] It was previously intended to be called She Is Miley Cyrus, completing the EP series once finalized.[223] The album was released to positive reviews from critics and performed well, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200, with 60,000 units, becoming her twelfth top ten entry on the chart. With that entry, Cyrus broke the record for attaining the most US Billboard 200 top-five albums in the 21st century by a female artist. Plastic Hearts marked a step of Cyrus into rock and glam rock music and spawned two other singles: "Prisoner" featuring English singer Dua Lipa and "Angels like You", which peaked at 8 and 66 respectively in the United Kingdom.[224] The album also included vocal collaborations with Billy Idol and Joan Jett. Due to popular demand and social media virality, Cyrus included the live covers of Blondie's "Heart of Glass" and The Cranberries' "Zombie".[225]

Cyrus won a 2020 Webby Special Achievement Award.[226] In February 2021, Cyrus performed at the very first TikTok Tailgate show in Tampa, for 7,500 vaccinated healthcare workers. It served as a pre-show before Super Bowl LV. It aired on TikTok and CBS.[227] The performance was featured in the music video for "Angels like You".[228] In March 2021, Cyrus departed RCA and signed with Columbia Records, a sister label of RCA under the Sony Music umbrella.[229][230] That same month Cyrus embraced her days as Hannah Montana and wrote an open letter to the character on social media for the show's 15th anniversary, despite all statements that her days as Montana gave Cyrus an identity crisis.[231][232] Rumors about a possible revival of the show have been around ever since.[233] On April 23, 2021, The Kid Laroi released a remix of his single "Without You" featuring Cyrus, her first release under Columbia Records.[234] On April 3, 2021, Cyrus performed at the NCAA March Madness Final Four in Indianapolis with the frontline health care workers in the audience.[235] In May 2021, she signed an overall deal with NBCUniversal, including a first-look deal with her studio Hopetown Entertainment, as part of which she will develop projects for the company's outlets and star in three specials; with the first project off the deal being the Stand By You Pride concert special, which was released the following month on Peacock.[236][237] In June, Cyrus released a studio cover version of Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters", which was included in The Metallica Blacklist, a tribute album to the band's homonymous record, featuring renditions recorded by various artists and released in conjunction to the original album's 30th anniversary.[238] The track also features Elton John on the piano, Yo-Yo Ma and Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith.[239] The singer initially teased a Metallica cover album in October 2020 and had already performed the track live during her set at Glastonbury.[240]

To promote Plastic Hearts, Cyrus teased a concert tour around the album's release.[239] The tour was postponed due to the pandemic but Cyrus was able to headline several music festivals in the country during summer 2021, including Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza, and Music Midtown.[241] Later that year, she revealed she would tour South America for the first time in seven years in early 2022.[242] The second special off her deal with NBCUniversal was Miley's New Year's Eve Party, which Cyrus co-hosted from Miami with Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson and also co-executive produced under her production company Hopetown Entertainment,[243] featuring performances by Cyrus, 24kGoldn, Anitta, Billie Joe Armstrong, Brandi Carlile, Jack Harlow, Kitty Cash, and Saweetie.[244]

In February 2022, Cyrus embarked on her music festival concert tour, Attention Tour, in support of Plastic Hearts, which took place in North, South, and Central America. This marked her first tour to South America since her Gypsy Heart Tour in 2011. The tour concluded on March 26, 2022.[245][246][247] On April 1, 2022, Cyrus released her third live album, Attention: Miley Live.[248] Most of the album was recorded during her concert as part of the Super Bowl Music Fest at the Arena in Los Angeles on February 12, 2022, with the set list including songs from her albums Plastic Hearts, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, Bangerz, The Time of Our Lives, Breakout, and Meet Miley Cyrus, along with multiple cover songs. The album also includes two unreleased tracks—"Attention" and "You". She said the album was "curated by the fans for the fans".[249] Emily Swingle of Clash gave acclaim to Cyrus's versatile vocals, saying her "voice is truly a force to be reckoned with, seamlessly fitting whatever genre she chooses to tackle. From the playful, country-hip-hop banger that is '4x4', to rap-heavy '23', to the bluesy, rich cover of Janis Joplin's 'Maybe', it seems like Cyrus can fit into just about any genre she gets her paws on."[250] By the end of that month, Cyrus released the deluxe version of the album, which includes six additional songs including a mashup of "Mother's Daughter" and "Boys Don't Cry" featuring Anitta, that are mostly part of her time at the Lollapalooza festival in Brazil and other shows in Latin America; she commented on the addition of her single "Angels Like You" at her concert in Colombia in gratitude due to the song reaching the number one spot on iTunes in that country and because her fans sang the song all night outside the hotel where she was staying in Bogotá.[251][252] The following month, NBC announced that Miley's New Year's Eve Party had been renewed for a second iteration set to be aired on New Year's Eve 2022–23.[253][254] In August 2022, it was announced that Cyrus is set to star in a Christmas television film Dolly Parton's Mountain Magic Christmas, produced by Dolly Parton for NBC.[255]

In December 2022, Morrissey announced that Cyrus wanted her backing vocals taken off from his upcoming record that was recorded two years earlier, but not yet released.[256][257]

2023–present: Endless Summer Vacation

Cyrus and her longtime collaborator Mike Will Made It teased potential new music to be released in 2023, on the latter's social media.[258] Cyrus continued to tease a new musical era through a cryptic promotional campaign—which included posters in major cities around the world, countdowns on her website, and video previews—with the caption, "New Year, New Miley".[259] Days later, during the second edition of Miley's New Year's Eve Party, the singer's next lead single, "Flowers", was announced.[260][261] It was released on January 12, 2023, accompanied by a music video directed by Jacob Bixenman.[262][263] "Flowers" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, Global 200, and Global Excl. US charts;[264] it spent thirteen weeks each atop the global charts.[265] Topping the Hot 100 for eight non-consecutive weeks, the song became Cyrus's longest-running and second US number-one single, after nearly a decade since "Wrecking Ball" (2013).[266][267] It also topped the charts in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the U.K.[268] It became the longest-running number one song in over 60 year history of Billboard Adult Contemporary chart (37 weeks).[269] The demo and instrumental versions of "Flowers" followed on March 3, 2023.[270][271] On January 5, Cyrus announced her eighth studio album, Endless Summer Vacation, which she co-produced with Kid Harpoon, Greg Kurstin, Mike Will Made It, and Tyler Johnson; it was released on March 10, 2023.[272] The singer revealed the album's artwork and released a trailer in support of the announcement.[273] Her first studio effort with Columbia Records, she described the record as "[her] love letter to Los Angeles", which reflects upon the "strength [she] found in focusing on [her] physical and mental well-being".[274] Cyrus unveiled the tracklist by the end of February, revealing Brandi Carlile and Australian singer Sia as featured artists on the album.[275] Endless Summer Vacation debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 119,000 album-equivalent units. It became her tenth top-five and fourteenth top-ten entry on the chart.[276] The second single off the album, "River", was released on March 13, 2023.[277] The song debuted at number 32 on the US Hot 100 and peaked at number two on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.[278] "Jaded", which peaked at number 56, became the third single in April 2023; a music video for the song followed in May.[279][280][281]

A documentary concert special, under her Backyard Sessions series, titled Miley Cyrus – Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions), premiered on Disney+, accompanying the album's release.[282] Executive produced by Cyrus, it features the singer perform songs from the album, and her 2009 single "The Climb".[283][284] In June, she guest-voiced Van in the second season of the Netflix adult animated sitcom, Human Resources.[285] She re-recorded her 2013 song "Wrecking Ball" for a feature appearance on Dolly Parton's album Rockstar, released on November 17, 2023.[286]

In August 2023, Cyrus started teasing a previously unreleased song titled "Used to Be Young".[287] The single, extracted from the digital reissue of Endless Summer Vacation, was ultimately released on August 25, 2023, after the broadcast of the ABC documentary concert special Endless Summer Vacation: Continued (Backyard Sessions).[288]


Musical style and influence

Elvis Presley
Britney Spears
Cyrus credits singers Elvis Presley (left) and Britney Spears (right) as influences

Miley Cyrus has been described mainly as a pop singer[289] who has also developed a rock style.[290] Her music has also spanned many other different genres including teen pop,[290] country,[291] hip hop,[291] and psychedelic.[291] Cyrus has cited Elvis Presley as her biggest inspiration.[292] She has also cited artists such as Madonna, Lana Del Rey, Dolly Parton, Timbaland, Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, Joan Jett, Lil Kim, Shania Twain, Hanson, OneRepublic, and Britney Spears as influences.[293][294][295][296][297][298][299][300] Since the beginning of her music career, Cyrus has been described as being predominantly a pop artist.[301] Her Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus debut studio effort was characterized as sounding similar to her releases as "Hannah Montana" featuring a pop-rock and bubblegum pop sound.[302][303] Cyrus hoped that the release of Breakout (2008) would help distance her from this sound; the record featured Cyrus experimenting with various genres.[304][305] Cyrus co-wrote eight songs for the album and was quoted as saying: "I just hope this record showcases that, more than anything, I'm a [song]writer."[67] The songs on her early releases feature lyrics on the topics of love and relationships.[301]

Cyrus possesses a mezzo-soprano vocal range,[306] although her vocals were once described as alto[307] with a "Nashville twang" in both her spoken and singing voice. Her voice has a distinctive raspy sound to it, similar in vein to that of Pink and Amy Winehouse.[308][309][103] On "Party in the U.S.A." (2009), her vocals feature belter refrains,[310] while those on the song "Obsessed" (2009) are described as "husky".[311] Releases such as "The Climb" (2009) and "These Four Walls" (2008) feature elements of country music and showcase Cyrus's "twangy vocals".[312] Cyrus experimented with an electropop sound on "Fly on the Wall" (2008), a genre that she would explore further with the release of Can't Be Tamed (2010), her third studio album.[313] It was initially intended to feature rock elements prior to its completion,[314] and Cyrus claimed after its release that it could be her final pop album.[315] The album's songs speak of Cyrus's desire to achieve freedom in both her personal and professional life.[315] She began working on Bangerz (2013) during a musical hiatus, and described the record as having a "dirty south feel" prior to its release.[316] Critics noted the use of hip hop and synthpop on the album.[317] The album's songs are placed in chronological order telling the story of her failed relationship with Liam Hemsworth.[318] Cyrus described Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015) as "a little psychedelic, but still in that pop world".[160] For her rock-influenced album, Plastic Hearts, Cyrus cited Britney Spears and Metallica as major influences.[319]

Stage performances

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Cyrus has become known for her controversial performances, most notably on her Bangerz Tour (2014) and Milky Milky Milk Tour (2015).[320] Her performance of "Party in the U.S.A." at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards sparked a "national uproar" because of her outfit and perceived pole dancing.[321][322] She faced similar controversy over her performance of "Can't Be Tamed" (2010) on Britain's Got Talent, where the singer pretended to kiss one of her female backup dancers onstage;[323] she defended the performance, arguing that she did nothing wrong.[323] Cyrus became the subject of media and public scrutiny following her performance of "We Can't Stop" (2013) and "Blurred Lines" (2013) with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Clad in a flesh-colored latex two-piece, she touched Thicke's crotch area with a giant foam finger and twerked against his crotch.[324] The performance resulted in a media frenzy; one reviewer likened the performance to a "bad acid trip",[137] while another described it as a "trainwreck in the classic sense of the word as the audience reaction seemed to be a mix of confusion, dismay and horror in a cocktail of embarrassment".[325] Cyrus entered the stage of her Bangerz Tour by sliding down a slide in the shape of a tongue, and draw media attention during the tour for her outfits and racy performances.[326]

Public image

Cyrus at the 2012 People's Choice Awards

In the early years of her career, Cyrus had a generally wholesome image as a teen idol.[327] Her fame increased dramatically in the wake of the Vanity Fair photo scandal in 2008, and it was reported that photographs of Cyrus could be sold to photo agencies for up to $2,000 per photo.[327] In subsequent years, her image continued to shift dramatically from her teen idol status.[327] In 2008, Donny Osmond wrote of Cyrus's imminent transition to adulthood: "Miley will have to face adulthood... As she does, she'll want to change her image, and that change will be met with adversity."[328] The release of her 2010 album Can't Be Tamed saw Cyrus officially attempting to distance herself from her teenage persona by releasing controversial music videos for her songs "Can't Be Tamed" and "Who Owns My Heart".[329][330] Her behavior throughout 2013 and 2014 sparked a substantial amount of controversy, although her godmother Dolly Parton said "...the girl can write. The girl can sing. The girl is smart. And she doesn't have to be so drastic. But I will respect her choices. I did it my way, so why can't she do it her way?"[331]

Cyrus is number seventeen on Forbes' list of the most powerful celebrities in 2014; the magazine notes that "The last time she made our list was when she was still rolling in Hannah Montana money. Now the pop singer is all grown up and courting controversy at every turn."[332] In August 2014, her life was documented in a comic book titled Fame: Miley Cyrus; it begins with her controversial 2013 MTV Video Music Awards performance and covers her Disney fame as well as exploring her childhood in Tennessee.[333] The comic book was written by Michael L. Frizell, drawn by Juan Luis Rincón, and is available in both print and digital formats.[334] In September 2010, Cyrus placed tenth on Billboard's first-ever list of Music's Hottest Minors of 2010;[335] she was ranked twenty-first in 2011[336] and eighteenth in 2012.[337] In 2013, Maxim listed Cyrus as number one on their annual Hot 100 list.[338] Cyrus was chosen by Time magazine as one of the finalists for Person of the Year in November 2013;[339] she came in third place with 16.3% of the staff vote.[340] In March 2014, Skidmore College in New York began to offer a special topics sociology course entitled "The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender and Media" which was "using Miley as a lens through which to explore sociological thinking about identity, entertainment, media and fame".[341] In 2015, Cyrus was listed as one of the nine runners-up for The Advocate's Person of the Year.[342]

Personal life

Cyrus currently resides in Hidden Hills, California and also owns a $5.8 million home in her hometown of Franklin.[343][344] While Cyrus was raised as a Christian and identified herself as such during her childhood and early adult life,[29] she includes references to Tibetan Buddhism in the lyrics to her song "Milky Milky Milk" (2015)[345] and is also influenced by Hindu beliefs.[346]

Cyrus performing at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on January 19, 2009.

Sexuality and gender

Cyrus came out to her mother at age 14[347][348][349] and has said: "I never want to label myself! I am ready to love anyone that loves me for who I am! I am open."[350] In June 2015, Time magazine reported she is gender fluid.[351][348][349][350] She was quoted as stating she "doesn't relate to being boy or girl, and I don't have to have my partner relate to boy or girl."[352] Cyrus stated she is "literally open to every single thing that is consenting and doesn't involve an animal and everyone is of age".[347]

Cyrus is a supporter of the LGBT community.[353] Her song "My Heart Beats for Love" (2010) was written for one of Cyrus's gay friends,[354] while she has since claimed London to be her favorite place to perform due to its extensive gay scene.[355] Cyrus also has an equals sign tattooed on her ring finger in support of same-sex marriage.[356] After her 2018 marriage to a man, Cyrus went on the record to state she still identified as queer.[357] She is the founder of the Happy Hippie Foundation, which works to "Fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBTQ youth and other vulnerable populations".[358]


Cyrus became a vegan and stopped eating animal products in 2014.[359] In September 2020, Cyrus revealed on The Joe Rogan Experience that she had to switch to a pescatarian diet after suffering from omega-3 deficiency, saying "I've been a vegan for a very long time and I had to introduce fish and omegas into my life because my brain wasn't functioning properly."[359] Cyrus further revealed that she cried when eating her first fish after her vegan diet, saying "I cried for the fish ... it really hurts me to eat fish."[360] Her decision to quit being vegan sparked backlash from people in the vegan and vegetarian community, who accused Cyrus of "abandoning her vegan diet".[361]

Cannabis use

Cyrus has been open about her recreational use of cannabis.[362][363] She told Rolling Stone in 2013 that it was "the best drug on earth" and called it, along with MDMA, a "happy drug".[364] While accepting the Best Video Award at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards, Cyrus appeared to smoke a joint onstage; this was removed from the delayed broadcast of the show in the United States.[365] In a 2014 interview with W magazine, Cyrus stated "I love weed" and "I just love getting stoned."[366] In a 2017 interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Cyrus revealed that she had quit cannabis before the press tour for her Younger Now album so she could be "super clear" when discussing the record.[367] During a 2018 interview with Andy Cohen, she credited her mother for reintroducing her to cannabis.[368] In 2019, Cyrus sent "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" collaborator Mark Ronson a cannabis bouquet from Lowell Herb Co as a tongue-in-cheek Valentine's Day gift.[369] She invested in the cannabis company in August.[370]

Prior to undergoing vocal cord surgery in November 2019, and after her post-operative recovery, Cyrus has stated that she has stayed sober from the use of cannabis and alcohol.[371][372][373][374][375]


Cyrus has said that she dated singer-actor Nick Jonas from June 2006 to December 2007,[376] claiming they were "in love" and began dating soon after they first met.[377] Their relationship attracted considerable media attention.[378] Cyrus was in a nine-month relationship with model Justin Gaston from 2008 to 2009.[379] While filming The Last Song, Cyrus began an on-again, off-again relationship with her co-star Liam Hemsworth in 2009.[380] During the breakups, Cyrus was romantically linked to actors Lucas Till (2009) and Josh Bowman (2011).[381] Cyrus and Hemsworth were first engaged from May 2012 until September 2013.[382][383] She has also dated actor Patrick Schwarzenegger (2014–2015) and model Stella Maxwell (2015).[384][380][385]

Cyrus and Hemsworth rekindled their relationship in March 2016,[386][387] and became re-engaged that October.[388] In November 2018, Cyrus and Hemsworth's home burned down in the Woolsey Fire in California.[389][390] On December 23, Cyrus and Hemsworth married in a private wedding ceremony in their home in Nashville.[391] She felt that her marriage "[redefined] what it looks like for someone that's a queer person like [herself] to be in a hetero relationship" though she was "still very sexually attracted to women". Cyrus indicated that the ceremony was "kind of out of character for [her]" because "[they have] worn rings forever [and] definitely didn't need it in any way". She believed the loss of their home to be the catalyst for getting married, citing that "the timing felt right" and that "no one is promised the next day, or the next, so [she tries] to be 'in the now' as much as possible".[392] On August 10, 2019, Cyrus announced their separation.[393] Eleven days later, Hemsworth filed for divorce, citing "irreconcilable differences".[394] Their divorce was finalized on January 28, 2020.[395]

Following the announcement of her separation from Hemsworth, she dated Kaitlynn Carter from August to September 2019.[396][397][398] In October 2019, Cyrus began dating Australian singer Cody Simpson, a longtime friend.[399] In August 2020, Cyrus announced that she and Simpson had split up.[400] Her announcement coincided with the release of her single "Midnight Sky", which was inspired by her breakups with Hemsworth, Carter, and Simpson.[401][402][403]


Throughout her career Cyrus has sung on several charity singles such as: "Just Stand Up!", "Send It On", "Everybody Hurts" and "We Are the World 25 for Haiti".[404][405][406][407] She has visited sick fans in hospitals throughout the years.[408][409] She is an avid supporter of the City of Hope National Medical Center in California, having attended benefit concerts in 2008, 2009 and 2012.[410][411][412] In 2008 and 2009, during her Best of Both Worlds and Wonder World Tours, for every concert ticket sold, she donated one dollar to the organization.[413] Cyrus celebrated her 16th birthday at Disneyland by delivering a $1 million donation from Disney to Youth Service America.[414] In July 2009, Cyrus performed at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation's 20th annual A Time for Heroes celebrity picnic[415] and donated several items including autographed merchandise, and a script from Hannah Montana for the Ronald McDonald House Auction.[416] Cyrus has supported charities such as the Elton John AIDS Foundation, Entertainment Industry Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, United Service Organizations, Youth Service America and Music for Relief.[417][418][419][420][421][422] In January 2010, Cyrus posted the final video to her mileymandy YouTube Account.[423] In the video, Cyrus promoted support for To Write Love on Her Arms.[424][425][426] The next day, Cyrus appeared in a promotional video for To Write Love on Her Arms with Joaquin Phoenix, and Liv Tyler.[427][428] In February 2010, she donated several items, including the dress she wore to the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, and two tickets to the Hollywood premiere of her film The Last Song, to raise money for the victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.[429] In April 2010, Cyrus, working with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, performed for and met with 29 Children at The Grove at Farmers Market in Los Angeles, California.[430][431] Cyrus has continued her support for The Make-A-Wish Foundation and has met with at least 150 children.[432]

Cyrus performing at the Kids Inaugural: We Are the Future concert in 2009

In January 2011, Cyrus met an ailing fan with spina bifida with the charity Kids Wish Network.[433] In April 2011, she appeared in a commercial for the American Red Cross asking people to pledge $10 to help those affected by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.[434] That same year, Hilary Duff presented Cyrus with the first-ever Global Action Youth Leadership Award at the first Annual Global Action Awards Gala for her support of Blessings in a Backpack, an organization that works to feed hungry children in schools, and her personal Get Ur Good On campaign with the Youth Services of America. Cyrus stated: "I want (kids) to do something they love. Not something that seems like a chore because someone tells them that's the right thing to do or what their parents want or what's important to people around them, but what's in their heart."[435][436] In December 2011, she appeared in a commercial for the charity J/P Haitian Relief Organization, and teamed up with her elder brother Trace Cyrus to design a limited edition T-shirt and hoodie for charity. All proceeds from the sale of these items went to her charity, Get Ur Good On, which supports education for under-privileged children.[437][438] That month, she performed "The Climb" at the CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.[439]

In 2012, Cyrus released a cover version of Bob Dylan's "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" featuring Johnzo West for the charity Amnesty International as a part of the album Chimes of Freedom.[440] She also appeared in a commercial for the Rock the Vote campaign, which encouraged young people to make their voices heard by voting in the 2012 federal election.[441] For her 20th birthday, activists at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) adopted a pig called Nora in her name.[442][443] Cyrus also supports 39 well-known charities, including: Make-a-Wish Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, To Write Love on Her Arms, NOH8 Campaign, Love Is Louder Than the Pressure to Be Perfect and The Jed Foundation among others.[444][445][446] In 2013, Cyrus was named the fourteenth most charitable celebrity of the year by Do Something.[447] She also appeared with Justin Bieber and Pitbull in a television special entitled The Real Change Project: Artists for Education.[448] On July 26, 2014, it was announced that Cyrus would appear alongside Justin Timberlake at an HIV/AIDS charity event in the White House.[449]

At the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, Cyrus won Video of the Year for her song "Wrecking Ball". Instead of accepting the award herself, she invited a 22-year-old homeless man by the name of Jesse to collect it on her behalf; she had met him at My Friend's Place, an organization that helps homeless youth find shelter, work, health care, and education. His acceptance speech urged musicians to learn more about youth homelessness in Los Angeles through Cyrus's Facebook page.[450] Cyrus then launched a Prizeo campaign to raise funds for the charity; those who made donations were entered into a sweepstake for a chance to meet Cyrus on her Bangerz Tour in Rio de Janeiro that September.[451] In early 2015, Cyrus teamed up with cosmetic company MAC Cosmetics to launch her own branded Viva Glam lipstick and the proceeds went to the Mac AIDS Fund.[452]

In June 2017, Cyrus performed at One Love Manchester, a televised benefit concert organized by Ariana Grande following the Manchester Arena bombing on her concert two weeks earlier.[453] During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in August 2017, Cyrus revealed that she would be donating $500,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.[454] In August 2019, she performed at the Sunny Hill Festival in Kosovo, a festival to raise funds to help people with financial difficulties in Kosovo created by Dua Lipa and her father.[455] In September 2019, Cyrus met with another fan through the Make-A-Wish Foundation at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada.[456][432] Cyrus and her then-boyfriend Cody Simpson donated 120 tacos to healthcare workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic in April 2020.[457] That same month, she partnered again with MAC Cosmetics to earmark $10 million from their annual Viva Glam campaign toward 250 local organizations nationwide heavily impacted by the pandemic.

Cyrus has shown support for the Black Lives Matter movement by sharing links and resources on social media, donning a Black Lives Matter face mask, and attending protests following the murder of George Floyd.[458]

Happy Hippie Foundation

Cyrus is the founder of the Happy Hippie Foundation, which works to "fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBTQ youth, and other vulnerable populations".[358] Since 2014, the foundation has served nearly 1,500 homeless youth in Los Angeles, reached more than 25,000 LGBTQ youth and their families with resources about gender, and provided social services to transgender individuals, youth in conflict zones, and people affected by crises.[459] Happy Hippie encourages Cyrus's fans to support causes including gender equality, LGBTQ rights and mental health through awareness campaigns and fundraising. Leading up to the 2020 presidential election, Happy Hippie encouraged its Instagram followers to seek out VoteRiders for assistance ensuring that gender identity would not affect their right to vote.[460]

On June 15, 2015, Cyrus launched the campaign #InstaPride[461] in collaboration with Instagram. The campaign features a series of portraits starring transgender and gender-expansive people, which were posted to her Instagram feed with the hashtags "#HappyHippiePresents" and "#InstaPride". It was aimed at encouraging diversity and tolerance by showing these people in a positive light as examples for others who might be struggling to figure themselves out, as well as a reference point for people who didn't know personally anyone in that situation. Cyrus was the one behind the camera for the photoshoot the whole time and even interviewed her 14 subjects to share their personal stories along with their portraits. She decided to predominate the color yellow since she believes it is a happy and non-sexualized color. She said she wanted to bring attention and celebrate people who wouldn't normally find themselves being the stars of a photoshoot or wouldn't find themselves on the cover of a magazine.[462]

Following the loss of their Malibu home from the Woolsey Fire, Cyrus and Hemsworth partnered with their community to launch the Malibu Foundation for relief efforts following the 2018 California wildfires.[463] Through the Happy Hippie Foundation, Cyrus and Hemsworth donated $500,000 to the Malibu Foundation.[464][465]


Cyrus has been compared to the "Queen of Pop", Madonna, being considered by many as the "Madonna of her generation".[466]

Cyrus's early success as the face of Disney Channel's billion-dollar franchise Hannah Montana[467] played an important role as shaping the 2000s teen pop culture earning her the honorific nickname of "Teen Queen".[468][469][470] Bickford stated Hannah Montana adopted a business model of combining celebrity acts with film, television, and popular music for a pre-adolescent audience. He called the series "genre-defining"[471] and likened this model to 1990s teen pop artists such as Britney Spears and NSYNC, who were also marketed to children.[471] Morgan Genevieve Blue of Feminist Media Studies stated the series' primary female characters, Miley and her alter ego Hannah, are positioned as post-feminist subjects in a way their representation is confined to notions of femininity and consumerism.[472] The Times journalist Craig McLean named Cyrus the "world's biggest-ever teenage star".[473]

During the Best of Both Worlds Tour, tickets were sold out in minutes and stadiums were completely filled making it the highest-grossing concert tour for a new act in 2007 and 2008.[474] According to Billboard boxscore,[475] the Best of Both Worlds Tour had a total attendance of approximately one million people[476] and grossed over US$54 million, earning Cyrus the award for Breakthrough Act at the 2008 Billboard Touring Awards.[474] In 2012, Rolling Stone ranked Cyrus as one of the top 25 teen idol breakout moments of the rock era, which Andy Greene wrote: "Miley's rise was meteoric. Tickets to her 2007 Best of Both Worlds tour sold out faster than any tour in memory ... It seemed like she was poised to become a more stable version of Britney Spears – especially after singles 'The Climb' and 'Party In The USA'".[477] Due to her popularity, Paul McCartney compared their success to that of the Beatles in an interview during his tour in 2011. In this regard, he commented: "I think when they have new sensations, like Miley Cyrus or Justin Bieber, teenagers identify with them, in the same way that the boys identified with The Beatles, [...] when you have thousands of teenagers feeling the same, they become elated because they have this love for something in common, whether it is The Beatles, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, or whatever."[478][479]

Over the years, Cyrus's song "Party in the U.S.A." gained popularity in American culture on holidays and historic events. The song has re-entered the charts every Independence Day since its release. Following the death of Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011, a resurgence in popularity of the music video occurred. The official YouTube video was flooded with comments regarding the death of bin Laden and it was immediately deemed a celebratory anthem for the event.[480] In 2013, an online petition on the White House's "We the People" petitions website was urging then-president Barack Obama to change the U.S. national anthem from "The Star-Spangled Banner" to "Party in the U.S.A."[481][482] Following the 2020 presidential election, as major news outlets announced Democratic nominee Joe Biden the winner of the presidential race, on November 7, 2020, supporters in New York City started singing "Party in the U.S.A." at Times Square.[483]

Cyrus's album Bangerz (2013), along with its promotional events, is considered to be one of the most controversial moments in the 2010s wider popular culture and established Cyrus among the decade's most controversial figures.[484] Glamour writer Mickey Woods likened the promotional "era" for the album to those of Britney Spears's and Christina Aguilera's third and fourth studio albums Britney (2001) and Stripped (2002), respectively, adding that Cyrus's record "will probably be retrospectively deemed iconic, maybe even classic".[485] Billboard listed Bangerz as one of the best and most influential albums of the 2010s noting that "with this pivotal album release, Cyrus took control of her public persona, surprising less with her provocative antics than with her constant artistic evolution".[486] The album is considered a trendsetter in "weaving together urban and pop influences, what's most revered now is what it represented then" according to Lyndsey Havens.[487] Patrick Ryan of USA Today commented that Cyrus's collaborations with Mike Will Made It on the album contributed to his new-found prominence, stating that Mike Will Made It's position as an executive producer has helped him "[jump] to the forefront as an interesting character [...] in an era where a lot of producers have fallen behind the scenes again".[488] Vice described Cyrus as "the most punk rock musician out there right now" and that she is "spinning circles around every single pop star who is trying to be edgy right now".[489] MTV named Cyrus their Best Artist of 2013, and James Montgomery of MTV News elaborated on the network's decision that Cyrus "[declared] her independence and [dominated] the pop-culture landscape", adding that "she schooled—and shocked—us all in 2013, and did so on her own terms."[490] Billboard staff called Cyrus the "Most Talked About Pop Star" of 2013, and also recognized the controversial evolution of her career as the "Top Music Moment" of the year, elaborating that she was a "maelstrom that expanded and grazed nearly every aspect of pop culture in 2013.";[491] the publication also listed "We Can't Stop" as best song of 2013 for being "one of the bolder musical choices in recent memory, and that risk paid off tremendously."[492] and one of the songs that defined the decade stating it "created a new play in the playbook" of pop music.[487]

In 2015, Rebecca Nicholson from The Guardian published an article calling Cyrus the Madonna of her generation, saying that "she's a Disney survivor with a fluid approach to gender identity. And, like the old three-chord punks, she gives really good quote". According to Nicholson, Cyrus takes "the 90s Madonna approach to public sexuality: it's deliberately provocative, and crucially, it is not being served up for male consumption." Likewise, she defends Cyrus's controversial rebellion, highlighting that behind the character there is a human, talented and strong person who manages to connect with the public, just like the "Queen of Pop".[466] In November of the same year, Billboard cataloged the singer as one of the Greatest of All Time Billboard 200 Artists, occupying position thirty-one.[493] In 2017, the aforementioned magazine also published an article naming the singer a "Queer Superhero" for her philanthropic fight for the LGBTQ+ community.[494]


Main articles: Miley Cyrus discography and List of songs recorded by Miley Cyrus

See also: Hannah Montana discography


Main article: Miley Cyrus videography


Main article: List of Miley Cyrus live performances



Opening act

See also


Explanatory footnotes

  1. ^ While married to Liam Hemsworth (2018–2020)[1]


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