Miley’s record label spent £150,000

February 16, 2009 at 12:48 pm | Posted in Miley News | 1 Comment

Miley Cyrus’ record label spent £150,000 on a private jet so she could sing for Ant and Dec, reports The Sun. Miley stopped filming Hannah Montana in Los Angeles to do a five-minute gig on Saturday Night Takeaway in London.
From source: Viewers were stunned when she turned away from the audience and stopped singing half-way through new single Fly On The Wall. Olivia, from Bedford, said: ‘It was so bad. I was cringing. She turned her head away from the audience and it looked as if she had forgotten the words.’
One fan asked: ‘How can you forget your own song?’ A source said: Due to time constraints the only way Miley could come to the UK was on a private jet. All her dancers were on the flight and they were chauffeured everywhere. The costs were covered by Hollywood Records who look after all Disney artists.
Miley had to be back in LA for filming on Monday so she was in London for less than 20 hours. A Polydor spokesman said of Miley’s performance: ‘She always sings live so anything can happen. An ITV rep said: ‘We were really pleased to have Miley perform on the show.’

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  1. I thought she was great and at least she sings live! AIso I love this weeks Ant Vs Dec to see who will be able to sell the most singles this week! I am supporting Dec and the mirror with his song “wake me up before you go go!” You can now buy your dec song here http://www.mirror.co.uk/dec/, remember proceeds go to charity (childline and help the aged, great causes) and it only costs 79p!


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