After four years of hijinks, squabbles and crazy wigs, Hannah Montana sang its swan song with a — we'll say it, teary ! — hour-long series finale Sunday.
The episode focused on the longstanding friendship between Miley (Miley Cyrus) and Lilly (Emily Osment), who have made plans to attend Stanford together. Unfortunately, just before orientation...
TMZ has obtained a video of Miley Cyrus appearing to smoke from a bong and incoherently rambling and giggling.
The video, which was shot during a party at Cyrus' home five days after her 18th birthday, shows the pop star taking a hit from a water pipe and experiencing what she describes as a "little bit of a bad trip." But a source close to the Hannah Montana star tells TMZ that Cyrus is not smoking marijuana, but ...
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Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus fans are used to getting the best of both worlds, as the theme song goes, after watching the 17-year-old songstress juggle her TV and music career for four years. But soon viewers will be singing a very different tune as the show prepares to premiere its fourth, and final, season.
Hannah Montana Forever, premiering on Sunday, July 11 at 8/7c, follows student-by-day, pop-star-by-night Miley Stewart as she and her dad and brother relocate from their Malibu beach house to their new ranch. In addition to the Stewart's family new digs, the upcoming season will welcome new guest stars including Sheryl Crow, Jay Leno, Kelly Ripa...
Oscar front-runner Sandra Bullock isn't letting the buzz go to her head: The Blind Side star showed up in person to accept her two Golden Raspberry awards Saturday night.
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Bullock won the Razzie for worst actress for her role in the romantic comedy flop, All About Steve. She also shared the win for worst couple with her co-star Bradley Cooper...
Tween queen Miley Cyrus thinks it would be "really cool" if future first daughters, Malia and Sasha Obama, would come and visit the set of her show, Hannah Montana.
Miley says she has a lot in common with the President-elect's daughters. "They are kind of like me before I started my own career...
While on the Today show promoting his show Nashville Star, Meredith couldn't resist asking Billy Ray what his take was on the passé issue of Miley's half-naked, provocative photos in Vanity Fair. Daddy Cyrus explained he didn't complain to the magazine by using the lovely metaphor, "The more you stomp in poop, the more it stinks." He even addressed what many called the "creepy" pose between him and his daughter which looked more like boyfriend and girlfriend.
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An all-too short summer is upon us, and Disney has kindly announced when its biggest music video premieres are airing letting parents plan early for the big nights out! Here's the rundown of Disney Channel's summer music extravaganza lineup, with times noted when available: Friday, June 13: "One World," The Cheetah Girls (5:55 pm/ET) Saturday, June 14: "Sneakernight," Vanessa Hudgens Friday, June 20: "Burnin' Up," Jonas Brothers. Premieres right after Camp Rock, so there's really no way the kids'll miss this one. Saturday, June 28: "7 Things," Miley Cyrus (7:55 pm/ET). Brett Ratner directed, so expect big action from the petite star. Tuesday, July 1: "Real Gone," Billy Ray Cyrus Friday, July 11: "Dance Me If You Can," The Cheetah Girls Friday, August 1: "Cheetah Love," The Cheetah Girls Saturday, August 2: "Could You Be the One," Tony OllerUse our Online Video Guide to let the Jonas Brothers warm you up for Disney's summer music...
Cheers to Nashville Star for cutting to the chase. American Idol's countrified cousin whittled down the audition process which takes Simon Cowell & Co. seemingly endless weeks to 20 minutes, and promptly presented the Top 12 finalists. It helped that there were none of the airtime-sucking freak-shows that make Idol's initial episodes so painful. Plus, Jewel smoothly transitioned from host to judge, making room for new emcee Billy Ray Cyrus to bring some of that Hannah Montana/Dancing With the Stars magic to the show as it's transplanted from USA to NBC. In a word: Giddyap! Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!