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Miley Cyrus Won A Special Webby Award Delivered By A Special Disney Friend

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By Alyssa McCraw

Miley Cyrus can't stop doing good!

The 27-year-old Tennessee native has done much more than post pajama selfies and pet pics during her quarantine. She's also not one of those stars who promised to do regular Instagram Live sessions but never made good on it. In fact, Cyrus took things a step further.

Just as the virus was ramping up in mid-March, Cyrus launched "Bright Minded: Live With Miley" - a relaxed, at-home series she hosts via Instagram Live before uploading to YouTube later. The half-hour chats feature various friends and influencers at 11:30 AM PT Monday through Friday.

Last night, Cyrus was honored at "WFH: Webby From Home," the virtual celebration for the annual Webby Awards.

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'Dedicated To Those Using The Internet' For Creative Pandemic Relief

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According to the official Webby website and press releases within, the entire ceremony was "dedicated to those using the internet in response to COVID-19."

"This year, the Webby Special Achievement Winners are uplifting communities through music, entertainment, and comedy, connecting volunteers with the most vulnerable or sick, celebrating essential workers, and informing and educating the world during a time when accuracy is needed most."

"Bright Minded: Live with Miley" was selected for hosting and promoting "hopeful conversations focused on maintaining healthy minds, bodies, and spirits."

Those being recognized alongside Cyrus were Kristen Bell, D-Nice, Invisible Hands, "Some Good News with John Krasinski, Swab Squad, Houseparty, and The Black Fairy GodMother.

There Was A Mini Disney Reunion

Miley Cyrus (top) and Demi Lovato (bottom) on video for "Live with Miley"
Miley Cyrus/Demi Lovato | Instagram Live

Since going online just two months ago, Cyrus' show has already seen a host of big-name guests: Amy Schumer, Rita Ora, Ryan Tedder, Hailey Bieber, Reese Witherspoon, Alicia Keys, Selena Gomez, and Paris Hilton are just a few of them.

Cyrus' fellow Disney alum Demi Lovato appeared in the second episode of "Live with Miley" (on March 18th). The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer appeared again on Tuesday to present her longtime friend with the Webby Special Achievement Award.

Check out Demi's full speech here:

'Stay Lit In Dark Times'

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“What is Miley Cyrus up to? Seriously, though," Lovato asked.

"As we’ve made our way through this unprecedented time, any way to connect and communicate with people to laugh, share stories, to sing with friends; any chance for us to come together joyfully has become vitally important."

"And my friend Miley has provided an outlet for millions of people to do just that.” Lovato informed that Cyrus' show has already reached "over 106 million global viewers."

The award show has a tradition of holding recipients to five-word acceptance speeches. Miley's has been her show's catchphrase since the start: "stay lit in dark times."

Miley's Big Gift To Grads

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Miley Cyrus | Instagram

After the remote ceremony, Cyrus shared a piece of Lovato's speech on Instagram along with a sweet message:

"Thank you @ddlovato ! ❤️ Thank you @thewebbyawards ! Thank you to everyone who made bright minded so magic! #StayLitInDarkTimes @happyhippiefdn" - Miley Cyrus

Late last week, Cyrus joined another virtual team of celebrities for the Facebook Watch #Graduation2020 streaming event. The event was done to celebrate graduates whose traditional ceremonies were likely canceled due to the global pandemic.

But Cyrus had more than just a few words in store for her elated audience

Keep reading to see the timely gift Miley gave the grads!

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