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Celeb Friends Plan Birthday Surprise for Miley Cyrus at AMAs

November 22, 2008 (4:36 am) GMT
Taylor Swift and Julianne Hough reportedly are planning a sweet 16th birthday surprise for Miley Cyrus at the 36th annual American Music Awards on Sunday, November 23.
Miley Cyrus

Booked among the performers at this year's annual American Music Awards (AMAs), to be held Sunday, November 23 which coincides with her 16th birthday, is expected to get a birthday surprise from celebrity friends, and . People, which breaks the report, has no details on what surprise the twosome will get the Disney starlet.

Comedian , who has been signed to host the awards show, might also has surprise for Miley, but he wouldn't spill it. "It's Miley Cyrus's birthday that night. I think the will be there. [But] it's not like I'm gunning for anyone in particular," so he says.

Back on October 5 this year, Miley Cyrus held an early 16th birthday celebration that was attended by friends, family, and fans. The bash, taking place at California's Disneyland, was attended by the likes of , , , , and just to name some.

Miley herself had been telling of "Extra" that she considers going back home to Nashville to perform at the AMAs as her "birthday present." She will be joined at the 36th annual event by other signed-on performers, like , and , , , and . ABC will broadcast the star-studded show live from Los Angeles' NOKIA Theatre at 8:00-11:00 P.M., ET.

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