Ashley O and Hannah Montana are one in the same

I don’t know about you, but the music of Ashley O is stuck in my head, and I’m living for it all. I’m living for Ashley O. Because I like characters that are played by the same actor all connected in the same world, I had an epiphany. Maybe, just maybe, Ashley O is actually Hannah Montana. That’s right, this is a conspiracy theory. Prepare to be blown

The thing to remember about this

Click here to read my review of Miley’s “Black Mirror” episode

Hey, I’m a hoe

I’m aware that it’s not the right lyrics

Before I dive into the deep state, this will contain spoilers to the most iconic Disney Channel show of all time, “Hannah Montana.” Pretty much, if you were aware that Hannah Montana is just a Miley in a wig, you are crazy. So when we last left Miley Stewart, she was wig-less, manless, and going to college instead of doing some famous people shit. This is where the conspiracy theory kicks in.

Such an iconic turn. She’s pretty much a superhero

Sometime after the finale of the GREATEST TELEVISION SHOW OF ALL TIME, again that’s just the facts, Miley was struck by tragedy. Her wonderful father and brother were killed in a tragic accident. Because Miley was 18, she was left responsibility for any matters. Feeling overwhelmed, Miley turned to her aunt Catherine. Catherine helped easier her into her new responsibilities before dropping a bomb on Miley Stewart: Robbie Ray’s music career didn’t cover enough. Not wanting to fully return as Hannah Montana nor herself, Miley and her aunt created Ashley O. While similar to Hannah Montana, Ashley O was a hybrid of what Hannah Montana was and who Miley Cyrus wanted to be herself. And you know the rest from there if you watched the episode.

You think I’m #Crazy

Now, I know what you may be thinking, “Aren’t you reaching?” And to that, I say, the only one reaching is you and that for your head because your mind is blown. There’s actually a lot of similarities between Ashley and Hannah. Besides the fact they are both Miley wearing wigs, their music is similar. Both are lyrically talking about going for your dreams or have some positive lyrics in them. Also, Miley is totally using her best friend Lilly’s wig from her time as Lola.

They also had a similar age group of fans. To get that level of success that Ashley O has, you had to have experience with grasping the teen market, which Miley did as Hannah Montana. Also, they look and sound the same. Anyone with half a brain would realize that they are one and the same. You’re welcome for all the theories going through your head right now

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Miley Cyrus shines in epi​sode of ‘Black Mirror’ as Ashley O

In case you have been living under a rock, Miley Cyrus not only released the first third of her seventh album, “SHE IS MILEY CYRUS.” But she also starred in an episode of the Netflix series “Black Mirror.” Before she becomes the first person to get on the Billboard Music charts under three different names, it’s time to talk about Miley’s episode on this series. It’s the best of both worlds.

Meet Ashley O, aka Hannah Montana 2.0

Head like a hole, black as your soul

“Black Mirror” is a British Anthology series. So what this means that none of the episodes are standalone episodes and have nothing to do with each other. So can watch Miley’s episode without having to worry about getting caught up first. The series follows what can happen with new technology in modern society and the side effects of what would happen, whether good or bad. If you know what “The Twilight Zone” is, it’s similar to that.

Miley’s episode is entitled “Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too.” It follows Ashley O, a pop star that is starting to feel the pressure of being something that she doesn’t feel like it’s her. Her management team is doesn’t care and puts creative constrictions on her. Ashley is looked up by a fan named Rachel, who gets an AI doll of Ashley called Ashley Too who she uses to as a friend. Rachel hasn’t been able to make friends since the death of her mother. Rachel’s sister, Jack, isn’t a big fan of Ashley O or the Ashley Too doll.

This episode is a fantastic episode. The episode has issues when it comes to a coherent plot and pacing. There are too many plots going on that it’s all over the place. You think it is going one way, but then it goes another and forgets where it was going to go. Like there was a plot started about Rachel and Jack dealing with the loss of their mother, but it was thrown out during the middle and final act of the episode. Then it gets resolved by the end, but there’s not any real resolution.

The primary arch of the episode is more on Ashley O, and her management controls her so she can be who they want her to be due to how much money she is making for them. Without going too much into the story and spoiling it, it’s incredibly relevant to pop music in this day and again. More so in particular to the #FreeBritney movement that happened a couple of months ago. Honestly, Ashely O has a lot of similarities to Britney Spears.

The pacing of the episode is the biggest problem. It drags through the beginning and part of the middle acts. It’s not dull per se but it doesn’t peak your interest until the true intentions of the Ashley O and her management team come into the light. Most of the beginning is just getting to know Rachel and Jack, which is fine but the plot isn’t really strong enough to carry the show. Especially when it doesn’t proper development.

“Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too” isn’t a bad episode but rather a good one. It just suffers from too many plots that create a slightly incoherent plot at times and pacing. I do recommend checking it out because Miley’s performance in it was everything. Miley was the highlight of the episode, especially as the Ashley Too doll. I got “Hannah Montana” vibes from the wig, and that’s when nostalgia hit. I liked the episode and hope they do more with Ashley O.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5

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