Miley Cyrus is requesting a raise from her parents. Currently, Miley is getting $100 per week from her parents. According to Star Magazine (consider the source), Miley is requesting her allowance to be raised to $1,000.
According to the Star, Miley’s parents take care of all of her normal expenses but since she has been dating Justin Gaston she has requested the increase.
Miley is said to have made more than $25 million for the year 2008 alone. Not bad for a 16 year old.
I’m not sure why the fact that she is dating means she needs an additional $900 per month. Has the price of movies and dinner gone up that much?? What about Justin – is he paying for anything??
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Miley, Miley and more Miley. I hope everyone likes Miley Cyrus – if not you may have to turn your televisions off for at least a week.
Miley Cyrus is in New York for the Thanksgiving Day Parade. She will also be in town for the Christmas Tree Lighting on December 3rd.
Stepping out for some last minute shopping before the holiday, Miley Cyrus was spotted out with her boyfriend, Justin Gaston, in New York City on Wednesday night (November 26).
Miley was also with her mom and her little sister. They stopped by Serendipity 3 while out shopping. Sounds like Miley is making the most of her visit before she performs at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Miley Cyrus is turning 16. As she is getting older she is learning that with success comes a price. Miley is having a hard time trusting people and is learning to keep her guard up.
In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Miley stated,
“I think you have to be really careful about the people you trust. There [are] very few, two or three people that I would actually go to with anything and know that it would never leave the room. Two of those are my parents.”
Of course the other person that Miley trusts is her new boyfriend, Justin Gaston, 20.
After leaving Nashville making friends in Hollywood can be challenging. She stated that many of her pals are also in the business because it is “easier,” but that too can become a challenge.
“I think that’s what’s really great, because you can relate to each other that way, but it still makes it hard because you still never know when someone’s career is up and down.”
I’m not sure what that statement means – but it must be hard being so young trying to survive in a “grownup” world.