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.
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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.
Dolly Parton just smashed another stereotype, by creating a viral meme, the Dolly Parton Challenge, at 74.
Miley Cyrus has settled a $300 million copyright-infringement lawsuit from a Jamaican songwriter Michael May, who claimed the singer took elements from one of his compositions for her 2013 hit “We Can’t Stop,” Reuters reported late Friday. May, who performs under the name Flourgon, sued Cyrus in March 2018, claiming that “We Can’t Stop” closely […]
Miley Cyrus and Jamaican composer Michael May, aka Flourgon, have come to an agreement that brings an end to a $300 million 2013 lawsuit in which he accused her of ripping off one of his songs from 25 years earlier.May had filed the suit in a federal court in New York in March 2018, saying that Cyrus’ 2013 song “We Can’t Stop” replicated a reggae song he wrote in 1988 called “We Run Things,” which became a No. 1 hit in Jamaica, and “was additionally met with great acclaim in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States of America.”May’s song contains the phrase “We run things. Things no run we.” Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop,” meanwhile, contains the chorus hook “We run things. Things don’t run we.”Also Read: Miley Cyrus Lawsuit: Listen to the Jamaican Song 'We Can't Stop' Is Accused of CopyingIn documents filed in a Southern District of New York court on Dec. 20, the two parties — along with Theron Thomas, Timothy Thomas, Michael Thomas, Michael Len Williams II aka Mike Will Made It / Mike Will and Larry Rudolph – have agreed that “this action shall be discontinued with prejudice…with each party to bear its or his own costs and attorneys’ fees.”“Discontinued with prejudice” is a final judgment that bars the plaintiff from bringing an action on the same claim.“We Can’t Stop” — which is about partying and recreational drug use — was released by RCA Records in June 2013 as the lead single on Cyrus’ fourth studio album, Bangerz. It peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.Read original story Lawsuit That Accused Miley Cyrus of Copyright Infringement Is Settled At TheWrap
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