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June 28, 2010  | by: Allison Pelle

Miley Cyrus

We’ve been seeing a whole lot of Miley Cyrus lately. Not like she’s ever faded from the spolight, but recently she’s been a part of several exciting Hollywood happenings. This week, she hosted the MuchMusic Video Awards. The show took place in Canada but M.Cyles decided to open the show with her hit single “Party in the USA.” I guess “Oh Canada” isn’t quite as catchy.

Miley’s latest album is titled “Can’t be Tamed.” Her outfit during the MuchMusic performance left little to the imagination. She’s received much criticism for her revealing costume. She is only 17 years old, but let’s not forget the way Britney and Christina were dressing at the same age.

New boy toy on the block, Justin Bieber, joined Miley on stage for Party in The Can- USA. He picked up three awards that night. Miley snagged one and the Jones Brothers even won. That night was just bubbling with Disney talent.

Miley, following her new rocker-edge path has been eager to shed her goody-two-shoes image created by the hit Disney Show, “Hannah Montana.” She’s even been rumored to have signed on for a movie role where she plays a dark teen in a triller. The movie is called “Wake” and much like the Twilight Saga, is based on a trilogy of best-selling books.

If the movie is successful, the other books, “Fade,” and “Gone,” could have similar results. With all the popularity of the Twilight Saga, you can’t blame a girl for trying.

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