Miley Cyrus on just making the cut for Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List: “It was now or never”

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The singer turned 29 last week

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Miley Cyrus recently spoke about being squeezed into Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30 list after turning 29.

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The pop star said online that she will never forget “how lucky I am” to write the song as a career and thanked Forbes for joining.

“Forbes 30 under 30,” she captioned a video from her 30 under 30 shoot. “I turned 29 last week. It was now or never. Thanks for the respect. @Forbes @happyhippiefdn @gucci.


“Songwriting is the greatest joy of my life. It’s my favorite element of what I do. Accepting it and being grateful every day for the fact that I write songs for a living is because so many people write songs and It’s not what keeps their light on and for me to be able to be one of those people. I never forget how lucky I am.”

She continued: “As with anything, distance makes the heart bigger, so the longest I’ve kept that distance from my fans since I was 12, almost two years from me and my audience fell apart, reigned like a pandemic and just lit that spark again for me, gratitude that I have to be a living musician first.”

Cyrus also served as a judge for this year’s selection of other honorees, including Olivia Rodrigo, Jack Harlow, Willow Smith, Tinashe, Don Tolliver and Remy Wolf.

As Board According to reports, Cyrus was previously selected to be a part of the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2014 but was invited back in 2021 due to several achievements, including six albums charting in the top five on the Billboard 200 over the years. Were.

The singer’s Happy Hippie Foundation, which supports LGBTQ+ and at-risk youth, was also included in her inclusion, as were her investments in fanmade and feminine product company Hers.


The news came after Cyrus was announced as the host of a two-hour TV special on New Year’s Eve alongside Pete Davidson.

NBC event, called Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party Hosted by Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson, promises to confirm a “star-studded lineup of special guests and musical performances.”

saturday night liveLorna Michaels is on board to produce the program, which will replace Carson Daly’s long-running New Year’s Eve special, which he has hosted on NBC since 2004.

Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party Hosted by Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson Airs live from Miami, Florida on December 31 at 10.30 p.m. ET.

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