Miley Cyrus Ordered to Do Chores, Given 'Master Class' to Deal With Stardom
Being in the same scene with Miley Cyrus on the comedy musical "Hannah Montana: The Movie", Vanessa Williams testified that the young actress-singer has been ordered by her family to do the chores and is given a "master class" in which she's been taught how to deal with stardom. Both are the things that keep Miley grounded, Vanessa told OK! magazine.
Vanessa, who has witnessed the daily life of Miley and her family in their farm, praised the Disney star to have the "foundation" to deal with fame that prevents her from public break down. "She grew up in Tennessee on a great farm. They've got horses, she drives all the 4x4s, they make the kids do chores," Vanessa told OK! at the Mayor's Awards ceremony at the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
Furthermore, Vanessa revealed that being on the road with her singer father Billy Ray Cyrus has taught Miley one or two lessons in dealing with popularity. "She's lived a relatively normal life, watching her dad on the road, so she knows that aspect, but she also knows work," so Vanessa stated. "That's why she's such a professional."
Miley Cyrus and Vanessa Williams' big screen flick, "Hannah Montana: The Movie", is slated to hit the U.S. theaters on April 10 next year. Billy Ray Cyrus also joined the cast.
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