Miley Ray Cyrus was born Destiny Hope Cyrus on November 23, 1992, in Franklin, Tennessee, USA.

Daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus. She has five siblings, including Brandi and Trace Cyrus.

Miley began her career in acting at a young age, landing the role of Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel series "Hannah Montana" (2006-2011)

She transitioned into music with the release of her debut studio album "Meet Miley Cyrus" in 2007, featuring hits like "See You Again" and "7 Things".

In 2009, Miley released her EP "The Time of Our Lives", which included the hit single "Party in the U.S.A." - a commercial success worldwide.

Miley's image underwent a significant transformation as she moved away from her Disney persona, embracing a more provocative and edgy image.

Miley continued to experiment with her music, releasing albums such as "Bangerz" (2013), which included hits like "Wrecking Ball" and "We Can't Stop", showcasing a more mature sound.

 Miley is known for her advocacy work, particularly for LGBTQ+ rights and mental health awareness.

She founded the Happy Hippie Foundation in 2014, focusing on youth homelessness and LGBTQ+ rights.

Miley's personal life has been widely covered by the media, including her high-profile relationships and marriages, notably with actor Liam Hemsworth.

Miley has continued to explore different musical styles and genres, releasing albums like "Younger Now" (2017) and "Plastic Hearts" (2020), showcasing her versatility as an artist.

Despite the ups and downs in her career, Miley Cyrus remains a prominent figure in pop culture, known for her boldness, creativity, and willingness to push boundaries both musically and socially.

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