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Before rising to fame as a singer, Miley Cyrus began her career as an actress. She gained recognition for her role as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana in the Disney Channel series "Hannah Montana," which propelled her to stardom.

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Miley comes from a family with a strong musical background. Her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, is a country music legend, known for his hit song "Achy Breaky Heart." Miley's upbringing in a musical environment influenced her passion for music.

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Miley Cyrus was actually born Destiny Hope Cyrus. However, her childhood nickname "Smiley" eventually transformed into "Miley," and she legally changed her name to Miley Ray Cyrus in 2008.

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Miley is actively involved in philanthropy and has supported various charitable causes throughout her career. She founded the Happy Hippie Foundation, which focuses on helping homeless and LGBTQ youth.

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Miley faced criticism for cultural appropriation during her "Bangerz" era. Her performances and music videos were seen by some as appropriating elements of African-American culture, sparking important discussions about cultural sensitivity.

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 Miley Cyrus possesses a powerful and versatile voice. She is known for her ability to seamlessly transition between different genres, ranging from pop to rock and country.

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Miley's breakout single, "Party in the U.S.A.," released in 2009, became a massive hit worldwide. The catchy anthem solidified her as a pop sensation and remains one of her most recognizable songs..

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 In an effort to shed her Disney image and explore her artistic growth, Miley underwent a drastic transformation with her album "Bangerz" in 2013. This marked a shift towards a more provocative and edgier persona.

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 Miley is known for her willingness to experiment with different musical styles. She has seamlessly incorporated elements of pop, rock, country, and even hip-hop into her music, showcasing her versatility as an artist.

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In 2016, Miley joined the reality TV show "The Voice" as a coach/judge. At the age of 23, she became the youngest person to hold a coaching position on the show, bringing her unique perspective and energy to the competition.

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After focusing primarily on her music career, Miley made a comeback in acting with the hit anthology series "Black Mirror." Her performance in the episode "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too" received critical acclaim.