This fall, a one-hour MTV special will give us an insider glimpse into the life of Miley Cyrus, and her recent musical and personal transformation. Watch a sneak peek of the documentary, then check out why we’ve always been such huge Miley fans.
+ Watch Miley Talk About Her Image.
+ Miley Walks A Thin Line.
Miley is so not down with digital abuse, and recently took to Twitter to silence da haterz, specifically calling out fans of two of her friends, Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez. “Everyday someone with a Swift or Gomez in [their] name wishes terrible things upon me (death is popular),” she wrote, adding, “Please Smilers don’t ever think somehow you are supporting me by being hateful towards other artists. My fans make me proud by supporting my music & everything I do.” Check out MTV’s A Thin Line if you or someone you know needs help dealing with a digital bully who “Can’t Be Tamed.”
+ Miley Supports Her BFFs
When asked how she stays physically and mentally healthy, Demi Lovato gave her girl Miley a special shout out. “You know, people in my life — like Selena and Nick and Miley, even — they’ve all been there for me during really hard times,” the “Heart Attack” singer said of her BFF support system. If you or someone you know is going through tough times, check out Half Of Us for help and resources.
+ Miley Adopted A Classroom
Miley recently appeared on CBS’ “Real Change Project: Artists for Education” special, during which she adopted a classroom in her hometown of Nashville. The special benefited Adopt A Classroom, an organization that helps teachers afford the tools they need to help their students succeed. “The most important thing about teachers is not just the academic work that they teach, but just the life lessons,” Miley said during the special. “School is where you find out how to be a good friend, and just what you wanna be in life … and teachers have such an important hand in deciding what you’re gonna be 20 years from now.”
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