Billy Ray Cyrus Shares Classic Throwback ‘Hannah Montana’ Halloween Clip

by Halle Ames
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Well, sweet niblets is right! Billy Ray Cyrus shared a throwback Halloween clip from the Disney show Hannah Montana. 

Name something better than getting cozy on the couch and watching every TV show’s Halloween episode before gearing up to go trick or treating. Simpler times.

Well, Billy Ray Cyrus just sent us our daily dose of nostalgia after posting a tweet of himself and Jason Earles in the Halloween episode of Hannah Montana. 

In the 18-second video, Cyrus is dressed as a scarecrow with a jack-o-lantern for a head, and Earles is a mummy. As the children come to the door to collect their candy, both scare the young children away. 

Cyrus yells after the kids, saying, “Wait kids, you forgot your candy!” while Earles responds with, “Yes, there is no way the Dauncic’s house is scarier than our!” 

The two celebrate with a handshake. 

The tweet has over 5,000 views, 12 comments, 100 retweets, and 550 likes already. Cyrus captioned the video with a simple, “#HappyHalloween.”

Commenters were happy to relive their childhood days and thanked the music star for the much-needed throwback. 

Decorated History for Billy Ray Cyrus

The 59-year-old actor and singer is a Kentucky native that has released 16 albums and 53 singles since 1992. However, his most famous song is ‘Achy Breaky Heart’, which did well in Australia, becoming the first song to triple platinum in the country as well as reach the best-selling single in 1992. The music video to the song also helped kickstart the popularity of line dancing. 

In addition, the decorated singer has had eight top-ten singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. His album ‘Some Gave All’ is his most successful album, winning him nine times Multi-Platinum in the US. At 17 consecutive weeks, is it also the longest album spent at number one by a debut artist. The album has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide and is the best-selling debut album of all time for a solo male artist. 

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