Miley Cyrus is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who gained fame for her role in the Disney Channel series “Hannah Montana.” She was born on November 23, 1992, in Nashville, Tennessee, as Destiny Hope Cyrus, but later changed her name to Miley Ray Cyrus.
Cyrus’s father, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, played a significant role in her early musical development. She began her acting career at a young age and rose to fame with her role as Hannah Montana, a teenager with a secret double life as a pop star. She went on to release several successful albums and singles, including “Party in the U.S.A.,” “Wrecking Ball,” and “Malibu.”
Throughout her career, Cyrus has been known for her bold and controversial behavior, including her outspoken views on social and political issues. She has also been open about her struggles with mental health and addiction. Despite her controversies, Cyrus remains one of the most successful and influential pop stars of her generation. She has won numerous awards and accolades, including several MTV Video Music Awards and a Grammy nomination.