As she's gaining more attention than her alter-ego Hannah Montana
, Miley Cyrus
is seeking a career that won't tie her down to being the recent Disney juggernaut. Next month, she's set to appear on the cover of Billboard magazine, where she revealed what she thinks about her own future without the TV show backing her up.
Since Hannah Montana: The Movie
is scheduled for release this April, the star of the series discussed false speculations that it would mark the end of the franchise. "This movie was never meant to be the end of Hannah Montana
,” Cyrus announced.
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“The thing is,” she continued, “a lot of people put where the show's future lays in my hands—and it's not up to me. It's up to Disney and whether they want more episodes, and we hope that they do.” Sure enough, representatives from the Disney Channel have confirmed that they are retaining the option of renewing Hannah Montana
for a fourth season. But despite the success of the series, Miley is looking through other options.
Perhaps one of these is her venture into writing, since she just released her autobiography, Miles to Go
. In it, she discusses some of her intimate memories, hoping her fans would go through her experiences with her.
“It's just an honor for people to be able to relate to me and my music—and not so much the character anymore,” she confessed. “I can't be Hannah Montana forever. I have to have something after this. I can't do this when I'm 30.”
Still, Cyrus won't be stepping away from the limelight anytime soon. She may be facing difficulties with all the rumors surrounding her, but entertainment is in her blood. It's definitely something she won't let go of. “It's hard, man,” Miley said. “With all the stuff that goes on with this business, I only want to do something if I absolutely love it.”
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
, Just Jared Jr.
(Image Courtesy of Billboard.com)