As a farm girl, she has a numerous amount of pets, such as her horse Blue Jeans, and a pet pig named Luann, to name a few, but most of her animals and family are away in Nashville.
She won the 1999 County Fair Pie Eating Contest for eating five raspberry pies in ten minutes.
Miley loves cheese and her most over-used pick up line is, "Do you like cheese? " Miley has a several amount of family, but the only members that live near her in California are her, her father Robby Ray, and her brother Jackson.
The rest live in Tennessee, where Miley spent for the first eleven years of her life. Miley's mother died when she was ten and she misses her very much.
Miley was born in Nashville, Tennessee on November 23, 1992.She doesn't like being embarrassed or disliked, especially with people she likes.For example, in "Ready, Set, Don't Drive", she tries getting her license, just so she can go to a cool party.Miley is witty, stylish, compassionate, hyper, and sometimes negative when she gets stuck.She is more into music than sports, except cheerleading and horseback riding.When Cyrus got the part, the official name became Miley Ray Stewart.Her alter ego name choices were Hannah Montana, Ana Cabana, Samantha York, and Alexis Texas.She lived with her brother, Jackson Stewart, her father (former country musician and Hannah's manager), Robby Ray Stewart, and her mother, Susan Stewart, who has been dead prior to the show due to unknown reasons.On December 25, 2000, Miley got a guitar for Christmas, shown in the episode "I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak".The most important reason was so that she could get accepted at Sanford University to go with Lilly, which she didn't because she had a lack of extracurricular activity. Although she is a pop superstar, she will always be a "country girl at heart". " she has a dream about her horse, Blue Jeans that convinces her to move back to Tennessee.Instead, heartbroken to leave her friends and life in California, her father buys a big house, close to their old home in Malibu, where they have a ranch to keep Blue Jeans in.