Miley Cyrus is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who first rose to fame as the lead actress in the Disney Channel series “Hannah Montana.”
She was born on November 23, 1992, in Nashville, Tennessee, and comes from a family of musicians.
Cyrus began her music career in 2006 with the release of her debut album “Meet Miley Cyrus.” She later became a pop sensation with hits such as “Party in the USA,” “Wrecking Ball,” and “Malibu.” Cyrus has sold over 75 million records worldwide, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time.
In addition to her music career, Cyrus has also acted in several movies and TV shows, including the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ “The Last Song.” She has also been a judge on the reality singing competition “The Voice” and has hosted several awards shows, including the MTV Video Music Awards.
Cyrus is known for her bold fashion choices and advocacy for social and political causes, including animal rights and LGBTQ+ rights. She has received numerous awards for her philanthropy work, including the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award in 2015.