Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus fans are used to getting the best of both worlds, as the theme song goes, after watching the 17-year-old songstress juggle her TV and music career for four years. But soon viewers will be singing a very different tune as the show prepares to premiere its fourth, and final, season.
Hannah Montana Forever, premiering on Sunday, July 11 at 8/7c, follows student-by-day, pop-star-by-night Miley Stewart as she and her dad and brother relocate from their Malibu beach house to their new ranch. In addition to the Stewart's family new digs, the upcoming season will welcome new guest stars including Sheryl Crow, Jay Leno, Kelly Ripa, Ray Liotta and Christine Taylor.
However, the biggest change in the series' final episodes will be Miley's graduation from high school, and her struggle to figure out her next move.
"[It's about] her graduating, and seeing what college is all about and seeing whether she wants to pursue her career or go to school and try to live a normal life," Cyrus told reporters at a news conference for the show's last episodes.
"As the character has grown up, we've grown up. As we've moved on to new things, they're moving on to new things, and going to colleges," she says. "I think we've all graduated this year, as well, along with our characters. So I think it is a lot of art imitating life."
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