It was a weird one alright, but celebrities still celebrated the end of the dud that was 2020 and the start of 2021 amid the pandemic.
You learn a lot about a person when you’re stuck in quarantine together, so it’s no wonder there were quite a few celebrity splits in 2020. While the coronavirus pandemic isn’t to blame for every celebrity relationship ending, it may have sped a few of these along.
"At that time, my experimentation with drugs and booze and the circle of people around me was not fulfilling or sustainable," Cyrus said.
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The former Oasis songwriter claimed Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift "are not saying anything" with their music.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer had no shortage of stories in her two-hour interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and one was about a head injury she suffered as a child when she was on a dirt bike with her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus.
The year 2020 came in like a wrecking ball, wrecking everyone's plans — including MTV’s. But the show did go on, thanks to Miley and her mirrorball.
"I wrote ‘Slide Away’ before my breakup," Cyrus said in a new interview.
Tattoos are uniquely personal — just like our DNA — but what’s not unique is the ultra-powerful connection they build among all of us.
Did you miss her? Miley Cyrus is back and just as confident as ever on new song "Midnight Sky," which is accompanied by a self-directed video.
It feels like a death. Honestly, sometimes [death] even feels easier because [with a breakup] the person is still walking on the Earth.”
The activist/singer dedicated her performance “to those who are tirelessly working on testing, treatment, and vaccines so all of us can come together in places like this empty stadium again.”
The former "Hannah Montana" star most appreciates the “sober sober” lifestyle she’s led for six months in the morning.
Winfrey challenged the students graduating in these strange and challenging times to make the world more equitable.
Other famous faces slated to appear in the streaming event include Jennifer Garner, Simone Biles, Lil Nas X and Awkwafina
From dance-a-thons to messages of faith, celebrities including Diddy, Demi Moore and Salma Hayek found ways to honor the holiday.
Reese Witherspoon spoke to Miley Cyrus about following household rules while self-quarantining with her three children.
During the coronavirus pandemic, when most of us are staying at home, we’re going to spotlight products that you can enjoy from your couch, whether solo or in small groups, and leave out the rest. With that in mind, here are our picks for March 23-29, including the best deals we could find for each.
Pop star Miley Cyrus has cancelled a trip to Australia for a bushfire relief concert three days ahead of the show, citing recommendations that travel be curtailed to counter the spread of the global coronavirus epidemic. Cyrus, 27, who rose to fame with global hits like 'Party in the USA' and 'Wrecking Ball', was set to be the headline act for a concert on March 13 in Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne, which the organisers have now called off. All proceeds from the show were to go to Australian charities aiding relief efforts following a devastating bushfire season which destroyed nearly 12 million hectares (30 million acres) of bushland, killing 33 people and an estimated one billion native animals.