"Hannah Montana" has officially wrapped up the filming of season 4 which will also be the final season of the series. Disney Channel has now released a promo for the new chapter which is retitled "Hannah MontanaForever", using Miley Cyrus' new single for the series "Are You Ready?" as the theme song. Previously, there has been a clip that sees Hannah treating a young fan to an impromptu concert. A more elaborated scene is included in this so-called promo along with other plots. Miley makes an attempt at matchmaking her dad with a doctor, Jakson falls in love with a girl and Miley starts her senior year with Lilly. The fourth season is coming this summer. Miley and the crew have held a wrap party earlier this month. "Miley and the rest of her cast, Emily Osment, Jason Earles and Romi Dames were celebrating with a casino-themed party. They had a congratulatory cake, sushi, hot dogs and fries, a fondu set-up by chief Mark Mittelman, a doughnut cart, sugar cookies and custom tea blends," a source said. Source & Teaser
After dancing her way to more controversy, Miley Cyrus recently danced once more for her farewell party to Hannah Montana. The hit Disney Channel series has just concluded filming and its stars flocked the wrap party held yesterday at h.wood nightclub. Those who were present during the event were Emily Osment, Jason Earles and Romi Dames, E! Online reports. They all came from taping the last episode of Hannah Montana, so it was no surprise that a celebration was in order. There was a stream of episodes being shown throughout the night, as well as a clip show at the end of the event. To Read More Click Here .
Fans of "Hannah Montana" are treated with a short clip from the new and final season. Emily Osment's Lilly Truscott announces Hannah Montana's arrival at Malibu Pier. The pop star then dedicates one song to one lucky fan. The auto-tuned song "Are You Ready?" is a new piece actually crafted for the third season. "Hannah Montana" will end after the fourth season wraps up because Miley Cyrus wants to move on from the Disney show. The production had been kicked off in January and as of late April, the cast and crew were down to filming the last 2 episodes. Disney ordered 11 episodes plus a one-hour finale, kicking it off in July and wrapping it up around early 2011. There is no official date or synopsis yet released for the season opener but it's known that one episode will be dedicated to military families. Real kids whose parents are deployed overseas were invited to the set and given an intimate concert that would be part of the show. Meanwhile, guest star appearances are coming from Ray Liotta , Angus T. Jones , Sheryl Crow and Christine Taylor among others. Source Here
Hannah Montana fans have a couple of reasons to be excited on the coming months, as two of the series' stars announced new music to be shared. There are also plenty of big projects on the rise for Miley Cyrus and Emily Osment, such as a movie with Demi Moore and another album. With Hannah Montana coming to an end, let's move on from that and follow what the two female leads have to offer. To Read More Click Here .
A live performance of Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana when she performs a song called "Still There for Me" has emerged. She delivers the track in an intimate acoustic set with Billy Ray Cyrus playing the guitar. The footage was filmed on March 12 for the upcoming season 4 of Disney Channel's TV series "Hannah Montana". Dedicated to troops shipped off to wars overseas, the concert was attended by dozens of families and many children with parents deployed abroad. Miley told People, "My dad has always been super involved with the troops so [the producers] always try to find things that are close to our hearts and that we're really involved in." Billy added, "This past December I was in Afghanistan and Iraq and that trip inspired the writers to say let's do an episode to say thank you to the troops." The fourth and last season of "Hannah Montana" kicked off its production on January 18 this year and will begin airing the episodes in July. Containing around 11 episodes that will air throughout the year, "Hannah Montana" will wrap it up with one-hour series finale. Source & Video
Disney Channel has just released a TV spot for the new season of "Hannah Montana". Despite announcing that the fourth one would be the last fans will see of Miley Stewart and the gang, the promo is called "Hannah Montana Forever". The fourth season kicked off its production on January 18 this year and will begin airing the episodes in July. Containing around 11 episodes that will air throughout the year, "Hannah Montana" will wrap it up with one-hour series finale. "It's one of the things she's been wrestling with for months - whether it's time to make a decision to continue being Hannah Montana or just be a regular, ordinary girl," Disney Channel Worldwide programming exec Adam Bonnett said. On another news, the show is including a dozens of military families in a concert scene. On March 12, Miley Cyrus and her father Billy Ray Cyrus have given them a chance to be the studio audience but they decided to do more with them. The kids will be able to greet their deployed parents via satellite. "My dad has always been super involved with the troops so [the producers] always try to find things that are close to our hearts and that we're really involved in," Miley told People. Billy Ray chimed in, "This past December I was in Afghanistan and Iraq and that trip inspired the writers to say let's do an episode to say thank you to the troops." Source & Promo
Billy Ray Cyrus and his daughter Miley have shown their appreciation to U.S. troops deployed in the Middle East - by inviting dozens of military families to the filming of an upcoming episode of "Hannah Montana." The "Achy Breaky Heart" hit-maker flew out to visit soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan in December, and was so moved by meeting the men and women on the front line, he decided to give them something back. To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek of HANNAH MONTANA "Miley Says Goodbye?" Part 1 Season 3 Episode 14 (Season Finale) which airs on SUNDAY March 14 (7:30-8:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel. Episode Synopsis: Jackson makes himself at home in his new bachelor pad, but quickly find out that the place is a crumbling wreck. Miley mulls over the idea of going back to the simple life in Tennessee. Oliver contemplates giving up the tour to be with Lilly, while Lilly tries to figure out what she will do without Oliver and Miley in her life. Source & Preview
Most of Miley Cyrus' fans have always speculated that she's been dating her The Last Song co-star Liam Hemsworth, but she's never really admitted it in public. Now that she already has, the Hannah Montana actress has quite a lot to say about him. Is it true love yet? "Maybe," the 17-year-old Miley Cyrus told Ryan Seacrest while on the Oscars red carpet. She and Hemsworth weren't together for the event, but were later seen hand in hand at Sir Elton John's AIDS Foundation viewing party. But that morning, the Hannah Montana starlet played down the glamour as she went on a bike ride with Liam Hemsworth. That night, Miley Cyrus brought her mother Tish to the Annual Academy Awards show. Hours later, she was back with her boyfriend. To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek of HANNAH MONTANA "Miley Says Goodbye?" Part 1 Season 3 Episode 30 which airs on SUNDAY March 7 (7:30-8:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel. Episode Synopsis: In the episode, which will also be available on DVD from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, Miley Stewart faces the biggest decision of her life - whether to say goodbye to her life in Malibu or to listen to her heart and return to her Crowley Corners ranch and beloved horse Blue Jeans in Tennessee. Meanwhile, Jackson (played by Jason Earles) moves into his own apartment, Lilly (played by actress and recording artist Emily Osment) Lilly is contemplating what to do after her mom accepts a job in Atlanta and Oliver (played by actor and recording artist Mitchel Musso) must decide whether to stay with his two best friends or go on the road to pursue his fledgling music career. Source & Preview