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Exclusive Portrait: Miley Cyrus is Taking on New Roles

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CHICAGO – Don’t call her Hannah Montana anymore, Miley Cyrus has broken out on her own and is forging a more personal music and performance career. Recently, she came to Chicago to promote the grand opening of The Topshop here.

In an amazing and unprecedented rise to the top, Miley Cyrus has both grown up in public and grown into her celebrity profile. The daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus and Letitia Jean “Tish” Finley, Miley Cyrus found her niche watching her father perform in the PAX-TV show “Doc,” and immediately knew that she wanted to act as well. At the age of twelve, she broke through on “Hannah Montana,” a Disney Channel series that had featured Miley playing a pop star with a double life. How art has imitated life.

Miley Cyrus at the Grand Opening of The Topshop in Chicago, September 8th, 2011
Miley Cyrus at the Grand Opening of The Topshop in Chicago, September 8th, 2011
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

Photographer Joe Arce captured these Exclusive Portraits of Miley Cyrus last month during the grand opening of The Topshop in Chicago, on Michigan Avenue.

The One in the Sun: Miley Cyrus Catches Some Rays in Chicago
The One in the Sun: Miley Cyrus Catches Some Rays in Chicago
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

The Topshop is open in Chicago at 830 N. Michigan Avenue.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
Senior Staff Writer
HollywoodChicago.com
pat@hollywoodchicago.com

© 2011 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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