Miley Cyrus Tweets Save An Island

Miley Cyrus is using her fame to help out some folks down under. She has revealed her love for the country in the past and put her fame where her mouth is. Miley has one very important reason for supporting Aussies, her man Liam Hemsworth. Miley used her Twitter account to tell a major developer to leave an area of Phillip Island alone.

Islanders were fighting against a massive housing development that would have destroyed more than 56 acres of seaside farmland. She tweeted her opposition to more than 2 million followers, “Phillip Island is such a magical place, it would be a shame to see it change.” She included a link for her followers to visit so they could get an idea of what this project would do. Her boyfriend spent part of his childhood on those shores, and Miley actually visited the area while she was in Australia.

The power of Miley worked, and the developer has since pulled his application to destroy the coveted farming land. However, nobody is willing to give Miley total credit, but most do agree she had a big help in a massive push to stop the development. Matthew Guy insists, “I can swear on a stack of Bibles and say I actually wasn’t sure who she was. I’m of a demographic who knows her father, Billy Ray Cyrus as opposed to Miley Cyrus.” Unless he is living under a rock, he has heard Miley’s name. We will give credit where credit is due. Way to go Miley!

Miley has been busy using her voice for other projects as well. Namely, her next studio album. Soul singer Johnzo West recently tweeted, “yes, @MileyCyrus and i just recorded a song w @johnshanks1. no it’s not called #glorious. that’s just how we talk:) #xozo.” Hmm, Miley is keeping mum on any upcoming albums, but it sounds like she has been back in the studio. She has been hanging out with her man a lot lately and does not seem to have any other film projects lined up. She will be headed out on her press tour for her latest film, “So Undercover.”


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