The Huge Stars of 2010!

VH1 states that these girls have hitting air waves.

“Now that we’ve gotten to know more about this year’s female and male Pop Week rookies, it’s time to see what the more established celebs will be up to in 2010. What will female MVPs like Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Kristen Stewart be doing to pass the time in the coming 12 months? MTV News investigates.”

Miley Cyrus
Age: 17

Hails From: Nashville

In 2009: She released the EP Time of Our Lives and took over the airwaves with her hit “Party in the U.S.A.” She also quit Twitter, was a hit at the box office with “Hannah Montana: The Movie,” went on a successful tour and had everyone talking about her relationship with ex Nick Jonas and her controversial performance at the Teen Choice Awards.

What She’s Up to in 2010: She announced she’ll be ending “Hannah Montana” after season four, but with a year left in the series, fans shouldn’t expect her to go anywhere on the small screen. She’s set to release her more mature flick, “The Last Song,” in which she plays rebellious teen Veronica Miller, in April. She’ll also make a cameo in the sequel to the “Sex and the City” movie this spring. Plus, she’s hard at work on some new music, which she says will be very different from her signature pop sound.

Choice Quote: “I changed a lot when I was in Tybee Island [Georgia, filming ‘Last Song’]. I feel like art really does imitate life,” she said. “So just showing this movie, I feel like I’m really showing a part of my growth as a person as well. So I’m really excited for people to see it, just because of what it means to me, personally.”

What is you’re biggest anticipation for Miley’s upcoming project?
Leave us a comment below and let us know!

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3 Responses to “The Huge Stars of 2010!”

  1. :) Says:

    its ronnie, not veronica ..

  2. caro Says:

    the last song and her new album cant wait <33333333333333333

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