Flashback to Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth first meeting in ‘When I Look at You’

In case you didn’t know, Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus got married. I thought it was time to celebrate their love because it’s adorable. In honor of their love, I thought I would go back down memory lane and talk about “When I Look at You.” I would rewatch “The Last Song” but let’s be real – that shit was terrible.

Omg they were just little babies

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Get ready to feel the feels

“When I look at You” was released in February 2010 as the final single from Miley’s underrated EP “The Time of Our Lives” and as a promotional song for her upcoming movie “The Last Song.” It’s a mellow and power ballad in the soft rock genre. Honestly, the production on the song is extremely well done. The subtle strumming of the guitar in the middle of the song to the powerful beat underneath Miley’s killer vocals during the bridge. It’s just so well done.

The lyrics are catchy and strong that you can’t help but just enjoy the song. It’s honestly one of my favorite songs that Miley has put it. It’s just so raw and emotional and to think that she was only 17 years old when she released. Those vocals are everything and they are still everything. Like I honestly forgot how good she was when she was younger and for how long she’s been performing and releasing music for. Between her own music and “Hannah Montana,” she has like 10 albums under her belt and she’s only 26 years old.

If you haven’t seen the video or heard “When I Look at You,” then you are missing out. It’s honestly a classic that should be on every love song playlist. It just one of those songs that will last forever and won’t be outdated. It also doesn’t hurt to listen to live versions. Like Miley performs it at her friend’s wedding and it’s literally everything, EVERYTHING. There’s also a Spanglish version where Miley’s singing in English and David Bisbal is mixing in Spanish and English. If you couldn’t let, I pretty much love this song. Hence why I’m not officially review it or rating it.

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Inspirational Quotes from Hannah Montana

You get the ‘Best of Both Worlds’

It was only a matter of time before I adventured into the gave to give the world inspirational quotes from the late Hannah Montana. It’s still the Hannah Montana we all grew up loving but just a little more inspirational. What I did was I took part of her songs, I also threw in some Miley Cyrus lyrics from that double album, and put it so pictures that I don’t own.

        That twirl is iconic. She’s a super, supergirl

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If you don’t know who Hannah Montana is, then you are on the wrong blog. Hannah Montana is the titular character that Miley Cyrus played on the Disney Channel of the same name. She was the pop star Miley became when she wanted to have two separate lives. When you really think about it, this show was fucked up.

Without further ado, here’s the slide show of all the inspirational quotes you will ever need. I also took some time to turn a few dirty because why not.

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Movie Review: ‘So Undercover’

It’s all about the sly

2012 was the “coming out” year for Miley Cyrus. It was the awkward stage in her career. It was after “Hannah Montana” ended and before she shaved her head and began to twerk. Nothing is a better representation of that time than was her movie “So Undercover.”

“So Undercover” is a action-comedy movie that took the traditional undercover detective/cop comedy and really turned it on its head. It follows Molly Morris as she goes undercover for the FBI as a sorority sister at a local college. Her mission is to watch over the daughter of a Senate. That senator happens to be involved in a crime case. You can pretty much guess what goes on from there. “So Undercover” is a pretty transparent movie.

The movie itself really isn’t a bad movie at all. The pacing is okay through out it. It’s just nothing memorable that happens in the movie. Actually, it made me question what all my friends in sororities did. One friend was telling me how similar the songs they sang in her real sorority. This caused me to try to guess the lyrics for every song. Needless to say, I wasn’t fully paying attention to this movie. There wasn’t anything engaging about “So Undercover.”

The acting wasn’t horrible but yet it wasn’t anything that would get them nominated for an award. Miley seemed like she wanted to be anywhere else while the other sorority girls were just ehh. I mean, it’s a direct to DVD movie so my expectations on the acting weren’t that high to begin with. I just thought it wouldn’t be that bad. The breakout star of this movie was Kelly Osbourne. Her acting was actually rather good and she was hilarious. I wanted more scene with her in it.

“So Undercover” is a movie that is good for something on in the background. If you are looking for something of high-caliber acting, then this isn’t the movie for you. You will probably enjoy it more if you were in a sorority. It’s just not Miley’s best movie. It is years better than “LOL.” I appreciate they took the time to make something.

Rating: 2 out of 5

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Miley Cyrus pays tribute to past music videos in ‘Younger Now’

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Just when I thought that Miley Cyrus wouldn’t make me love her more, she goes and releases a banger, a music video for the banger, and pretty much what to expect from her new album. It’s a wonderful day way to start the day.

“Younger Now” is the first song, and second single, off of her next album that has the same name. It’s a little more different from something that we have heard from Miley. It’s has a more of an alternative feel to it. It’s still pop but not the pop music that we are us used to from her. It’s a welcome changed because her voice still fits it wonderfully. Miley’s voice can pretty much fit any type of genre.

Now, the song itself takes awhile for you to warm up to it. While I’m not trying to start a war, it’s reminds me of Selena Gomez’s “Bad Liar.” It’s something unexpected from her and the more your listened to it, the more you liked it and became a true bop. This is a case for this song. It’s an extremely well-written song but just something that will take a few listens before you start bopping to it in the car.

The music video for this song is pretty much EVERYTHING. There’s subtle hints to all of her past songs in it. I truly didn’t notice it until someone on Twitter started to point it out one and then it was like “OMG I’M WOKE.” It’s really nice to see Miley embracing the past and showing how it helped her get to where she is now. Oh, and the video itself isn’t bad. It has a 50’s style and feel to the outfits and it works with it but then there are moments were you go “I’m a little bit lost.”

The album “Younger Now” is set to be released on September 29 and will feature 10 songs, one of which is a duet with her godmother Dolly Parton. I CANNOT WAIT Y’ALL!

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