Hopefully, on Miley Cyrus’ 28th birthday, she’s out there with her hands in the air like she just don’t care.
The popular country to pop to rock artist Miley Cyrus has been creating music and inspiring fans, especially young female fans, for over 15 years. She started her career in her father’s television series “Doc.” in 2003. After failing to land the role in “The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D,” she eventually auditioned for the role of “Hannah Montana” in the hit series.
From 2006 to 2011, Cyrus was a role model for young girls growing up on watching the Disney Channel. After that, her roles in movies like ‘The Last Song” and her iconic media image through songs like “Wrecking Ball” kept her in the spotlight. She has gone from country to pop to most recently, rock. All the while also being an actress.
Cyrus’ cover of “Heart of Glass” by Blondie at the iHeart Festival has become a widespread hit as she continues to cover classic rock hits. The video has almost 16 million views on Youtube and was trending on TikTok with millions of listeners.
Just a few comments to Cyrus were “Did she just save 2020” and “SIS FOUND HER GENRE.”
Cyrus Fans Wish Her a Happy Birthday
Now, just a few weeks after Cyrus was trending for her cover, she celebrates her birthday. She isn’t celebrating alone, Twitter fans are celebrating with her.
One fan recognized her ability to sing anything, anywhere.
Other fans express their devotion to the artist while also reminding people that her anticipated album “Plastic Hearts” is coming out this Friday, Nov. 27.
Many fans also share old videos and photos of the star during her nearly 17 years in the spotlight. One entertaining video is her fight with artist Avril Lavigne that people are jokingly reposting. However, fans are connected to Cyrus because there is an entire generation that grew up right alongside her. They are empathetic of her changes and phases as a part of just growing up.
World Music Awards also wished her a happy birthday on their Twitter page. They shared her status as an award-winning artist.
Honestly, even Yoko Ono wished her a happy birthday. Miley Cyrus owns the internet today, it’s hers.