As the theme song of the big screen version depicting the phenomenal Hannah Montana, “Let’s Do This” has got to cause a lot of hype among fans.  Now that there’s a music video to accompany it, prepare for tween chaos.  Despite it being built up by the media, the recent release simply features Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus) on stage, performing the song in front of screaming audiences.  It’s the usual fare, and is supposedly part of Hannah Montana: The Movie, which will hit theaters soon. 

“Let’s Do This” shows the pop sensation belting out the song while moving to the beat along with several backup dancers.  Lyrics seem to speak of a desire to transcend her current image, saying that she wants to break out.  Other than getting on your feet and screaming, the song encourages others to, once again, reach for something better. 

Meanwhile, Hannah Montana: The Movie is all set for release next year.  In U.S. theaters, the film will reportedly premiere on April 10 under Walt Disney Pictures.  The comedy continues to revolve around Miley Stewart’s double life as teen star Hannah Montana, but with a new twist.  The characters have to confront the overwhelming fame that Miley is encountering, while remaining true to their roots.  Miley tries her best to organize her priorities, thinking it best to go back to her hometown of Crowley Corners, Tennessee.

Joining Miley Cyrus on the film is her real-life father, Billy Ray Cyrus, who will be reprising his role as on-screen dad Robby Ray Stewart.  Hannah Montana: The Movie will also star the TV show’s Jason Earles as Jackson, Emily Osment as Lilly, and Mitchel Musso as Oliver.  Surprise appearances on the film are those of Vanessa Williams and Tyra Banks, and that of Grammy Award-winning country music singer Dolly Parton. 

Below, you can find the music video of Hannah Montana’s “Let’s Do This,” the theme song for Hannah Montana: The Movie.  Honestly, you can barely hear Miley Cyrus‘ real voice on this song.  But you hardly notice that when you can’t take your eyes off her shiny, patched-up ensemble.

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Disney, AceShowbiz, Associated Content
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Maria Gonzalez

Staff Writer, BuddyTV