Miley Cyrus just achieved a new milestone as a two-time member of the Forbes 30 Under 30 List!
The iconic singer-songwriter rose to fame as a teen Idol for starring as the main character in the Disney Channel series “Hannah Montana.”
After breaking various records with her powerful vocals, the actress recently made Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30 List on December 1, just a few days after her 29th birthday.
The Bambi Award Winner’s Latest Achievement Was A “Now Or Never” Moment
The “Wrecking Ball” singer celebrated the milestone on Twitter with a behind-the-scenes video from her Forbes cover photoshoot. “The Last Song” star’s tweet read:
“FORBES 30 UNDER 30. I turned 29 last week. It was now or never. Thank you for the honor. @Forbes @happyhippiefdn @gucci”
In the footage, the 17-time Teen Choice Awards winner acknowledged the impact of music in her life and how lucky she was to earn profits from doing the one thing she loves — writing music.
FORBES 30 UNDER 30.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) November 30, 2021
“The Climb” singer stated that she was grateful for her career as not many people could earn a living from writing songs. For Cyrus, songwriting was the best part of her job that brought her the greatest satisfaction.
The “So Undercover” actress also cited the pandemic as the inspirational force that “reignited” her appreciation for music as well as her adoring fans. In her words,
“Almost two years separated from me and my audience, the pandemic kind of reignited and just lit that spark again for me, the gratitude that I have to be a live musician.”
The “LOL” Star Selected Other Forbes 30 Under 30 Musicians
As reported by PEOPLE, the 29-year-old Popstar was a judge responsible for choosing the other artists honored in Forbes 30 Under 30 List.
The “Party in the U.S.A.” singer initially joined the Forbes list in 2014 after the successful release of her album “Bangerz.” Following the critically-acclaimed album, the Disney alum has dropped three albums alongside prominent businesses.
The “We Can’t Stop” artist founded the Happy Hippie Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps youth fight against homelessness and the injustice facing the LGBTQ community.
Miley Cyrus Is Set To Welcome The New Year With A Wild Party
The countdown to 2022 has officially begun, and The Blast recently shared the exciting news of Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party.
The “Midnight Sky” singer is saying goodbye to 2021 with a special NBC show that will broadcast live for the world to enjoy a star-studded lineup.
The Young Artist Award winner was chosen for Carson Daly, the former host of NBC’s New Year’s Eve special. However, sources stated that the “SNL” star Pete Davidson would be co-hosting the show.
The live event will be held in Miami, Florida, and it is set to be produced by Lorne Michaels, one of the “SNL” show producers.