“Hannah Montana” starlet Miley Cyrus is spotted out and about in Los Angeles, California on Monday, March 23. Along with some friends, the 16-year-old actress stops for lunch at In-N-Out burger before heading to a studio apartment.
Covering the April issue of Billboard, the teen sensation opens up to the magazine about her new autobiography, her best friends and her upcoming film “Hannah Montana: The Movie”.
Here are the highlights of the interview:
On her new book, â€œMiles To Goâ€: â€œItâ€™s just an honor for people to be able to relate to me and my musicâ€”and not so much the character anymore. I canâ€™t be Hannah Montana forever. I have to have something after this. I canâ€™t do this when Iâ€™m 30.â€
On the end of her TV series, Hannah Montana: â€œThis movie was never meant to be the end of Hannah Montana. The thing is, a lot of people put where the showâ€™s future lays in my handsâ€”and itâ€™s not up to me. Itâ€™s up to Disney and whether they want more episodes, and we hope that they do.â€
On spending time with her best friends: â€œThis is, like, the first time Iâ€™ve seen all my friends in seven months. Itâ€™s hard, man. With all the stuff that goes on with this business, I only want to do something if I absolutely love it.â€