Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus Does Make Mistakes
Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus Does Make Mistakes
Okay, she reasons out that she's 16 and not perfect, so we really shouldn't expect so much from her being the role model of millions of girls worldwide.  On her appearance on The Today Show, Miley Cyrus tried to clear up her reputation and told her fans that being in the public eye is difficult when you're human.  Humongously famous, yes, but still human.

Miley performed at New York's Rockefeller Plaza last week, singing some of her hits like "Party in the U.S.A." and "The Climb."  She then discussed what plans she had for her already-successful career.

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"I want to be able to step out and maybe take a break for a while and write music that inspires me," the Hannah Montana star said.  "I think there's always a formula ... I think the best way to do that is put it out of the way and do something new."

She also talked about her upcoming movie.  "It's gonna be crazy 'cause in January, that's when 'The Last Song' comes out, so that's going to be kind of rad and kind of dark and kind of a drama.  And [then I] go back to 'Hannah Montana.' It's going to be great!"

As for being in the public eye, she added that she's still bound to make mistakes.  Don't we know it.  "I'm not here to say I'm perfect 'cause I'm far from it," Cyrus admitted.  "My mistakes are kind of a little bit harder because they are in front of millions and millions of people.  It's hard sometimes to smile about it, but it also makes you want to try harder the next time."

The thing is, the mistakes she's making aren't exactly the kind any other teenager would be caught up in.  Still, she'll apologize for whatever she did and the public will accept it, just because she's Miley Cyrus.  Normal 16-year-olds can't pull that off, which is why people expect more from this girl.

Anyway, MTV News reports that she's due for another appearance on the new Jay Leno Show on September 16.  Well, she'll probably start talking about her mistakes again and we'll hear the same old excuses.  As Miley implies, let's not expect too much from her then.




-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: MTV News
(Image Courtesy of The Insider)


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