January 16, 2011 by Post Team
Miley Cyrus, “Hannah Montana” draws to a close tonight with an episode of the series on Disney Channel. But the career of Miley Cyrus, the actress who played the title role for four seasons, has only just begun? Cyrus grew up with the show and the fans and critics have sometimes followed by turbulent times. Cyrus wrote a bestselling memoir, the star of a feature film and a concert film in 3-D, taken heat for a photo back-nked in Vanity Fair that some consider too daring, and was struck the critical pole dance that other people saw that dance about it, too pole. His film “The Last Song” was not a major hit, but in the wake of the successful implementation of “Hannah Montana”, she is sure to hit the big screen many times in the future. And she’s still only 18.
Teens are not built to last. It goes without saying that if you are growing your jeans and Nike, you’re probably going to leave some of your cultural tastes. Cyrus, however, became more than just a starlet interchangeable. She helped pave the way for a wave of Disney-produced singer-actor-dealers, and became the focal point of a debate about whether children of the 21st century Xbox-powered grow too fast.
A Reality Check: Cyrus has never posed for pictures really mean. And she has never really done anything crazier than usual typical adolescents. Furthermore, when we talked to Cyrus a few months ago, it seemed beautiful and perfect composure. Is it consistent with the standards of a mother of Tiger? Maybe not. But she pulled a Lindsay Lohan? Absolutely not.
Taylor Swift, who made a brief appearance in “Hannah Montana: The Movie” was able to move from teen idol to superstar status score by digging deep and publish a set of confessional songs she wrote entirely on her same. Cyrus would do well to follow this example and create her own material that reveals who she is as an artist, or find quality work that is not pandering to flash and controversy.
Critics have sometimes hit her playing and singing, but one can easily see Cyrus generating goodwill of fans well done indie film or a sitcom writing heavily. As fans of the new Showtime series “episodes” with Matt LeBlanc has seen, audiences love it when a star is able to send their own success in knowledge, self-deprecating manner.
If she made the right choice, as fans say goodbye to Hannah Montana, they will soon say hello to the real Miley Cyrus.
“Hannah Montana” airs at 7 pm ET.
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