How it all began: At the age of 30, Miley Cyrus looks back on the beginnings of her career in a video series on TikTok.
Miley Cyrus (30) looks back on her life on TikTok. The singer and actors has started. Inspired by her song of the same name, the daughter of country star Billy Ray Cyrus (62) talks about her childhood and youth in the spotlight.
“Before Hannah Montana, There Was Miley”
“Sometimes I feel like my life started with the birth of Hannah Montana,” Miley Cyrus captioned the first clip of the series. She started her career in 2006 with the youth series. “But before Hannah, there was Miley,” she clarifies.
“My dream was to light up the world with laughter, music and unforgettable moments that will last beyond my lifetime,” said Cyrus. Even decades later, she was allowed to fulfill this goal, thanks to the love of her fans.
Growing up in the public eye alongside Billy Ray Cyrus
In the seven short clips so far, Miley Cyrus presents pictures and videos that show her at her father’s side. An appearance by one to two-year-old Miley with her dad on a talk show, singing and dancing together in the studio and on stage. In 1992, when Miley Cyrus was born, her dad had delivered the highest-grossing country song of the year with “Achy Breaky Heart”.
The “Flowers” singer reflects on how different the limelight felt for her and her father at the beginning of their respective careers. “The feeling of being loved by a large audience emotionally touched him more than it ever could,” she once said.
“When he felt special or important, it was like healing a childhood wound,” Miley Cyrus said of her father. She, on the other hand, has always been made to feel like a star. At that moment she wipes tears from her eyes.
Miley Cyrus plans to release more parts of her TikTok series in the next few days.
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