My daughter LOVES her show. She says she wants to be her biggest fan. She got the Hannah Montana CD and a DVD for Christmas. Made her VERY happy. My son watches the DVD in his sister's room too, until she gets annoyed and sends him out of her room. ) So yes, barfy, some fans are out here!!
Say hello to barfownz, kids!
:wave: "Hi barfownz"!!!!!!!!! :wave:
PS My daughter answered me the other day in a very definite southern accent -- I told her she's not Miley Cyrus! :lol:
I like the show. It's something that kids can watch and that us older kids can watch, too. The songs are great as well, and they have a positive message to them. What's not to like?
She's a decent actress for her age, and here's to hoping that when she gets older, she doesn't go the way of many other girls. It's good for young girls to have a positive role model.
Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban
She was my niece's favorite act at the Radio Disney 10th Anniversary Concert at the Honda Center (formerly The Pond) last year. Cheetah Girls a close second!
A Disney star is born - TIME
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Actress Miley Cyrus, who plays the title role in Disney TV's Hannah Montana, appears on MTV's Total Request Live October 23, 2006, in New York City.
A Disney Star Is Born
She embodies every pre-teen's fantasy: a cool 13-year-old with great hair and a secret life as a pop star. But to executives at the Disney Channel, Miley Cyrus is more of a dream come true.
That's what Disney is counting on. Having just celebrated her 14th birthday, Cyrus is at the center of a synergistic whirlwind of guest appearances, concert dates and recording sessions aimed at hyping Hannah Montana. She's performing in several cities as opening act for The Cheetah Girls — a made-by-Disney tween-targeted girl group — on their 40-city tour. She rode a celebrity float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade before returning to Los Angeles to start production on the series' second season.
Since its March debut — which drew 54 million viewers and was the biggest premiere in the cable channel's 23-year history — Hannah Montana has become the most popular show on television among pre-teen girls ages 9 to 14 and is consistently watched by more kids ages 6 to 11 than any other TV series. The Hannah Montana soundtrack, which features Cyrus performing eight songs, debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200 chart several weeks ago and is still holding its own in the top five. There are Hannah Montana fan clubs, web sites, mobile phone clips, branded apparel, and a movie isn't far behind.