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Miley Cyrus may be having the best week ever. Not only did “Hannah Montana” earn $34 million over the weekend but she also recently signed onto her next Disney film, “The Last Song”, written by Nicholas Sparks specifically for her.
After contending with North Carolina for "The Last Song", Savannah, Georgia has announced it will be the location for the movie which begins filming this summer. Savannah has hosted several movies already including "Forest Gump" and "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil".
Mark your calendars, tweens! Miley Cyrus is selling tickets to her birthday bash at Disneyland for $250 a pop, starting at noon (Eastern) on August 30, though exactly *where* you can buy 'em hasn't yet been revealed.
The sheet-wearing sensation tells ET that she plans to have the rides in full effect:
It's gonna be an awesome party with more than seven things I like!
She'll also be sharing the spotlight with some youngsters from Youth Service America to up the feel-good quotient. Miley's actual birthday is November 23, but ET says the party is scheduled for October 5.
If you're not already familiar with the Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana phenomenon, you will be by the time "Hannah Montana: The Movie" hits theaters in 2009.
But filming on the most important tween movie of next year was halted this weekend when a Ferris wheel snapped some cables and injured several extras.
Apparently Cyrus had just wrapped some kind of fair scene on the Columbia, Tennessee set of her film when a lighting rack was blown into the wheel, causing pandemonium on set. No one was killed, but kid's cursed! Just ask the white sheet she posed with in Vanity Fair.
[Photo: Console Hero]
The pop star, alias Hannah Montana, performed two new songs from her forthcoming album and thanked "you guys" in the audience for all the support in the days after images from her potentially salacious Vanity Fair photo shoot were posted online.
Somewhere deep in the mountains of New Mexico, Dick Cheney is feeling lonely.
· Where in the World is Miley Cyrus? [Jaunted]
· Hannah Montana Not Too Cool For Trump Hotel... Yet [HC]
· Celeb Travel coverage [Jaunted]
[Photo of Miley Cyrus and her mom-ager: Contact Music]
Normally we don't care about the whereabouts of teen entertainer Miley Cyrus. But since the uproar over some pictures in "Vanity Fair," in which Cyrus was posed with her front covered but with her shoulders and back bare, Disney executives are hiding their star property until the furor blows over. "They're trying to keep her contained," an anonymous higher-up was quoted as saying in the New York Post:
The company is keeping her away from events and wants her to keep a very low profile for the next four to six months.
If you've got a teenager with her own crowd of paparazzi, where do you put her for six months? If we were Disney's travel agent, we would present three options: Winter cruise in Antarctica, intense yoga training in rural India or foreign-policy seminar wherever Dick Cheney goes when he's in his "undisclosed location." (Oman?) Anywhere else, and someone will find her and demand she explain a slightly risque photo shoot with one of America's most renowned photographers which included a shot less scandalous than the ones which have leaked out of her personal album.
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In some bizarre news to end what has been a bizarre week, reports have come out that a teenage boy was hoping to hijack a Southwest Airlines plane and crash it into a Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus concert this weekend.
An unnamed 16-year-old allegedly tried to carry handcuffs, duct tape and rope onto a flight from LAX to Nashville on January 22. He wanted to hijack the plane and crash it into a stadium where the pop star was to perform. Page Six reports that he also had a copy of the flight plan. (Dude, is this even possible to get?)
Homeboy must be either a serious fan or a serious hater of Hannah/Miley to want to do something so drastic. But all that probably doesn't matter now: The FBI was tipped off by someone (probably his parents!) and they nabbed him in mid-air.
At any rate, the kid obviously didn't do his homework, even if he did manage to get a copy of the flight plan:
Ironically, the boy wouldn't have been successful in any case because he had the wrong night--the concert was being held Friday, not Tuesday, as he mistakenly believed.