Leading up to the worldwide release of her latest CD, “Can’t Be Tamed,” the internationally renowned and multi-platinum selling Miley Cyrus will appear in the one-hour special, “Miley Cyrus: Live from London,” FRIDAY, JUNE 18 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. The concert was filmed at the famed O2 Arena in London during her sold-out worldwide tour and contains excerpts from her live show. The program captures how Miley, who has grown up in the public eye, has grown as an artist, and reveals her natural progression and sophistication. The concert is gleaned from the full-length concert that will be available for sale June 22 on the deluxe version of Miley’s album.
In the ABC concert special, Miley will be performing some of her biggest hits, including “Seven Things,” “Party in the USA” and “The Climb.”
Executive-produced by Tish Cyrus and Jason Morey, “Miley Cyrus: Live from London,” which will be broadcast in HD with 5.1-channel surround sound, was directed by Russell Thomas and produced by Jim Parsons. The night the concert was filmed, Miley broke all attendance records at the 02 Arena, and the performance was just one of her five sold-out shows there.
After a bit of an oops! in which Hollywood Records had its own video suspended for copyright violation, they managed to reveal the new Miley Cyrus single Can’t Be Tamed off the album of the same title which hits the shelves on June 22.
In lieu of an actual music video, the YouTube offers up a photo of Miley along with the lyrics from the song sync’d to the music.
After selling 15 million records worldwide and touting 5 chart topping album debuts, Miley Cyrus is releasing her Can’t Be Tamed CD June 22 worldwide on Hollywood Records. MySpace Music will host the global premier of the new single, “Can’t Be Tamed,” on Friday, April 30 at 12pm EST/9am PST. “Can’t Be Tamed” will arrive at radio May 3, and will be available as a digital single for sale on iTunes May 18. The new album will be available as a standalone CD, as well as a combo CD/DVD concert release. The DVD contains a full length, never-before-seen presentation from Miley’s sold-out worldwide “Miley World” tour. The concert will also be excerpted in a prime-time network special, to be announced shortly.
Miley has grown up in the public eye, and her new CD reveals her natural progression and sophistication. Miley teamed with Grammy Award-winning producer John Shanks (Sheryl Crow, Celine Dion, Kelly Clarkson, Bon Jovi) and long-time Miley Cyrus collaborators Tim James & Antonina Armato (“Seven Things” and “See You Again”). Tim & Antonina produced and co-wrote “Can’t Be Tamed” with Miley, and the video was directed by MTV Award-winning Robert Hales (Justin Timberlake, Gnarls Barkley, Kings of Leon.) “Can’t Be Tamed” is a self-empowering song in which Miley asserts that she has to stay true to herself in relationships, and it is sure to become an anthem among her legions of fans around the world. Miley has several high profile appearances this summer including Rock in Rio dates in Lisbon May 29 and Madrid June 6, Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series in Central Park, Live! with Regis & Kelly June 18, and the Much Music Video Awards June 20 (Miley is co-hosting and performing on Much Music Video Awards).
Cyrus stars in the hit Disney Channel series “Hannah Montana,” which is currently in production in its fourth season. She also starred in the feature film, “Hannah Montana: The Movie,” which topped the box office on its opening weekend. She currently stars in the drama, “The Last Song,” scripted by Nicolas Sparks.
She is also the best-selling author of Miles to Go, her first book that shares her inspiring story, spanning from her Southern roots in Tennessee to the excitement of her record-setting triumphs in TV, music and film. In addition, Miley Cyrus and designer Max Azria of apparel house BCBGMAXAZRIAGROUP, Inc. have teamed up to create Miley Cyrus & Max Azria, a new apparel line exclusive to Walmart.
Miley recently partnered with Youth Service America and founded Get Ur Good On, an online network of youth supporting each other in their mission to do “good” in their communities. She is also involved with numerous charities including City of Hope, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and American Red Cross, among others.