Miley Cyrus made the headlines for the wrong reasons. The former star of Hannah Montana quickly slid down in a series of provocative, weird and unexpected behaviors. As a result, her record sales continued to fall, her engagement with Liam Hemsworth was canceled and her fans turned their back on her.
Cyrus started turning things around just as quickly, but it all started with the role landing as a coach on NBC’s The Voice.
Miley Cyrus called off her engagement
In 2013, Miley had a series of unfortunate events, including some public works. But the most striking is that they and their old friend Liam Hemsworth abandoned their engagement after four years of dating.
There were rumors that Miley had been unfaithful to Liam, and although the two were not very frank about their breakup, it seemed to be the end for the couple.
Hemsworth openly discussed the break and said they were simply going in different directions as a reason why their relationship was falling apart.
“Of course it was hard, man,” he explained GQ Australia, “but in that time we went in different directions and it was exactly what had to happen … We were both super young and it was a good decision at the time – we both needed that. “
Cyrus’ goals have changed
When the dust settled on Cyrus’ 2013 shenanigans, the star decided she had to reinvent herself. In addition, she has also focused on goals that are more important to her than just standing out for the rest.
Her newest music is part of a series of works entitled “She is coming” and seems to focus more on the subject and the concerns that Miley cares about. Her new video clip ‘Mother’s Daughter’, for example, contains messages about sexuality, gender and inclusion.
It is empowering and positive with regard to gender identity, freedom, the idea that sexual assent and control over one’s body is important.
‘The Voice’ is what saved Cyrus’ career
In Season 11 of The Voice, Cyrus joined the show as a coach. This is perhaps one of the best things she has done to move her career in a positive direction. As her recent record sales plummeted, she won back her crowd of fans from the red, rotating seat of the jury panel.
Veteran judge Blake Shelton noted that her presence at the show was a major change.
“I think she will probably work hard on this, because she is definitely someone who thinks, of course, thinks outside the box and so I know that she will bring her own elements into the show as a mentor. I think The Voice needs it, I think we need it. “
The show was also good for Cyrus and may have contributed to a revival in the career of the singer.