Miley’s documentary disappoints

There are few things that one can be sure of in this life; the death of Destiny Hope Cyrus is one.

I was left with my mouth wide open as the credits rolled for “Miley: the Movement.” As much of a train-wreck as people may think Miley Cyrus is, she wanted the world to know with her MTV mini-documentary that her crazy antics are all planned.

“I’m the same human, I’ve got the same heart I did five years ago — it’s a movement, it’s a growth, it’s a change,” said Cyrus.

The hour-long special that aired Oct. 2 gave fans an up-close and personal glance into her life. 20-year-old Cyrus wanted the world to see the woman she has become. From rehearsals, late night studio sessions with Mike-Will-Made-It, and personal conversations with her “mama,” fans got a true glimpse of Miley.

The TV special had some great moments: a great exchange between once pop princess Britney Spears and Cyrus as they worked on material for the “Gimme More” singer’s new album. The two talked about the iconic Madonna and Britney kiss at the 2003 VMA’s, and Spears encouraged the young star to take the award’s show by storm and just have fun.  Hip-Hop star Pharrell, who the ex-Disney star affectionately calls “Big Bro,” was also featured in the TV documentary giving Cyrus praise for her amazing vocal abilities.

The “We Can’t Stop” singer also revealed that she lived in Philly for three months where she discovered herself. Cyrus said it was the first time in a long time that she was able to be a regular person, free to walk her dogs in the street and go grab lunch with friends. It was her summer living in Philly that prompted her to fly to New York and get the pixie cut she felt she needed to showcase her “inner bad bitch.”

Cyrus may be a pop star, but she still cares about the people. It is evident that the young star knows a lot about southern hospitality as she treated fans so graciously and even went to the Twitter headquarter’s to meet with her “army.” The singer says she was born to live the life of an entertainer but will forever have the heart of the small town Tennessee girl she once was.