Thursday, September 30, 2010

The World Mourns the Death of Young Disney Channel Star

Hollywood mourns the lost of a young starlet whose career was on the brink of success. Miley Ray Cyrus, of Nashville, died on Sunday in a motor accident in Los Angeles. Cyrus was on her way to an autograph signing at Fred Segal when a tomato produce truck driver lost control of his vehicle and rammed into the backside of the singer’s Escalade on Melrose Avenue.  Cyrus was pronounced dead on the scene from the impact of the truck.  The driver of the vehicle survived with minor injuries, however the tomato truck driver also passed away.
She was only 17 years old.
Cyrus was a young platinum-record selling recording artist and Disney Channel television star. Her television show, Hannah Montana, was cable’s most watched show for 6 to 14 year olds, also spawning a soundtrack that reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 reaching triple platinum. The movie, The Hannah Montana Movie, pulled in over $34 million. Cyrus’ separate musical career produced two No. 1 albums on the Billboard Charts. She was named PEOPLE Magazine’s richest kid in the world in 2005.
Cyrus leaves behind her father, Billy ray Cyrus, mother, Tish Cyrus, two brothers, Trace Cyrus; Braison Cyrus, and two sisters, Brandi Cyrus; and Noah Cyrus.
Cyrus was a role model to young girls and boys with her Disney Channel success. She also has been a major participant in cancer awareness with her work in Musicians on Call and City of Hope. Time Magazine included her on the 2008 Time 100, the magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
E! News Correspondent Ryan Seacrest said, “Miley touched the lives of so many people with her charm and charisma. The world will be missing her for sure.”
The private burial service will be held Friday in Nashville,TN for her hometown family and friends. There will also be a public memorial in California Thursday at the Disney Studios in Burbank. Fans can contribute money to the Miley Ray Foundation for victims of vehicular accidents.

This is a fake obituary for a Journalism Class. The information about the death is NOT TRUE.

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