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Miley Ray Cyrus (born Destiny Hope Cyrus on November 23rd, 1992) is an American singer, actress and screenwriter from Nashville, Tennessee.
Few artists in recent history have made quite as dramatic a crossover from one phase of their career to another as Cyrus has over the past couple of years; the daughter of “Achy Breaky Heart” country star Billy Ray Cyrus, she’s gone from being a staple of the Disney Channel’s wholesome television schedule as the star of “Hannah Montana” - a children’s comedy about a young girl moonlighting as a pop star - to becoming one of the most provocative and controversial figures in modern music with her decidedly unsubtle move into the pop world proper with her fourth studio album, “Bangerz”, which was released in October 2013.
Once a bastion of childhood innocence - as well as Christian faith - Cyrus lurched towards a considerably edgier image with “Bangerz” and its singles; “Wrecking Ball” might be a relatively straightforward love song, but the sight of a nude Cyrus straddling one of the titular objects in the video caused no end of internet commotion. Her outspoken views in support of cannabis and MDMA - with the latter having been referenced in her hit single “We Can’t Stop” - have also placed her in the public eye, but it was perhaps her performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards with “Blurred Lines” singer Robin Thicke that really set tongues wagging, and solidified her place as the most controversial pop star on the planet. Her hugely successful “Bangerz” tour was, as was to be expected, a garish festival of decadence, and her penchant for provocation doesn’t look likely to fade any time soon.