Miley is still reeling from the news that she’s the host of the MTV VMAs.
It’s been a roller coaster of a year for the “Bangerz” singer, and it seems she’s finally on the right track after she got her breakout hit, “Dangerous Woman,” in 2016.
But the year was also a tough one for the songstress, who was slammed by critics, including The New York Times, for her role in the “A$AP Ferg” video.
Now, she’s set to get her own musical, “Miley,” that premiered this week on MTV.
The first episode, titled “The Macey Cyrus Show,” premieres on Tuesday.
The musical will premiere in the fall on Lifetime.
The premiere is set to be a darkly hilarious musical that focuses on Miley’s childhood and the struggles she had in the early 2000s.
The cast will include “American Idol” winners Ashley Culp and Sarah Silverman.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Cyrus talked about the song, saying, “We’ll get to see what happened to her in the past.
We’re really excited to be able to go back and revisit her past and make this song even better.””
Miley Cyrus is an artist who has always had a sense of humor.
We all know that,” Cyrus said.
“I think it’s an interesting concept.
She has a very unique voice, so we’re going to see her in a very different light.”
Miley will have to contend with a lot of people who feel the song is too politically charged.
Cyrus said she feels her role as the song’s lead singer should be to “show that she cares about this country, and I think it will be fun to explore that.”
“I’ve got my own history that I don’t want to talk about, so I can’t really talk about that, but I think I’ll tell you what it is,” she added.
“My mom is from the South.
My dad is from Detroit.
My mom’s a black woman, and my dad’s black.
And so I think, you know, I’m the daughter of an American, and there’s something about her that is really resonating with people in this country.”
Miz is the only network to air “The Miz” at least once every four years.
The “Molly” singer has been the subject of controversy, having been accused of using racial slurs, calling the “Niggas Back in the U.S.A.” video “sad” and saying she would have preferred to have the video come out in a black-and-white light.
Miz’s appearance on “The Howard Stern Show” earlier this month prompted controversy.
The star was heard saying, “”You know, you’ve got to make money on TV, right?
And you know what?
I don [have] any money to make on TV.
So if you want to put me on the cover of The New Yorker, then that’s fine.
“Mia Farrow, Miley Cappadocia, and the rest of the cast are on “America’s Got Talent” as part of its 10-episode season.
Miley will be returning to the show as a judge.
The season finale airs Tuesday.