Miley Cyrus is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who has achieved remarkable success in her career. She was born Destiny Hope Cyrus on November 23, 1992, in Franklin, Tennessee.
She rose to fame in 2006 with her role as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel series "Hannah Montana," which led to her pursuing a music career.
Cyrus has released several successful albums, including "Bangerz" (2013), which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 and spawned the hit singles "Wrecking Ball" and "We Can't Stop."
She has won numerous awards, including MTV Video Music Awards, People's Choice Awards, and Billboard Music Awards.
Aside from her music career, Cyrus has also made a name for herself in the film industry, appearing in films such as "The Last Song" (2010), "LOL" (2012), and "Black Mirror" (2019).
She has also been a coach on the reality singing competition show "The Voice" and has been involved in various philanthropic efforts, including her Happy Hippie Foundation, which supports homeless and LGBTQ youth.
Cyrus has faced her fair share of controversies and criticism throughout her career, but she has managed to persevere and continue to evolve as an artist.
Her success can be attributed to her talent, hard work, and ability to reinvent herself, both musically and personally. Today, she remains a beloved and influential figure in the entertainment industry.