Miley Cyrus videography

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Miley Cyrus video discography

Cyrus at the 38th People's Choice Awards in 2012.
Releases
Music Videos 25
Films 6
TV Shows 22

American actress, singer, and songwriter Miley Cyrus has appeared in music videos, films, and television series. From 2006 to 2011, Cyrus starred in the television series Hannah Montana as Miley Stewart and her alter ego, Hannah Montana. In 2009, Cyrus starred in the feature film Hannah Montana: The Movie, whose soundtrack included her lead single "The Climb". Her other films included voicing the role of Penny in the animated film Bolt (2008), The Last Song with Liam Hemsworth (2010), and LOL with Demi Moore (2012). Her song "When I Look at You" was part of the The Last Song soundtrack with the music video directed by the film's producer, Adam Shankman.

In 2007, Cyrus released her first official music video for the second single "Start All Over" of her debut album Meet Miley Cyrus, the second disc of the dual album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus. Her second music video for "7 Things", was the lead single from her second studio album Breakout. She then released music videos for her songs "Fly on the Wall" (2008), and "Party in the U.S.A." (2009), which won the MuchMusic Video Award for Best International Artist Video.

In 2010, to transition Cyrus away from the "good-girl" image she had developed through Hannah Montana, she released music videos for the singles "Can't Be Tamed" and "Who Owns My Heart" from her third studio album Can't Be Tamed. Both the videos were directed by Robert Hales. She went on to cover the song "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" for the tribute album Chimes of Freedom and released a music video with Johnzo West. In 2013, Cyrus released the music videos "We Can't Stop", "Wrecking Ball", and "Adore You" from her fourth studio album Bangerz. The music video for "Wrecking Ball" won the 2014 MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year.

Cyrus has been a featured artist for the songs "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks" by Snoop Dogg (2013), and Mike Will Made It's "23" (2013). Both of which she appeared in the music video for. She also has made guest appearance in other artist's music videos including Metro Station's "Seventeen Forever" (2009), Rock Mafia's "The Big Bang" (2010), Borgore's "Decisions" (2012), Future's "Real and True" (2013), and will.i.am's "Feelin' Myself" (2013).

Music videos[edit]

Key
Music videos that have not yet been released Denotes music videos that have not yet been released
Cyrus in the music videos for her songs "The Climb" (2009) (top), "Can't Be Tamed" (2010) and "We Can't Stop" (2013). Shows the different tones of her videos as she tried to transition away from her "good girl" image.
Year Title Other performer(s) Director(s) Album Ref.
2007 "Start All Over" N/A Marc Webb Meet Miley Cyrus [1]
2008 "7 Things" N/A Brett Ratner Breakout [2]
2008 "Fly on the Wall" N/A Philip Andelman Breakout [3]
2009 "Climb, TheThe Climb" N/A Matthew Rolston Hannah Montana: The Movie [4]
2009 "Send It On" Demi Lovato, the Jonas Brothers and Selena Gomez N/A Non-album single [5]
2009 "Party in the U.S.A." N/A Chris Applebaum The Time of Our Lives [6]
2010 "When I Look at You" N/A Adam Shankman The Time of Our Lives / The Last Song OS [7]
2010 "Can't Be Tamed" N/A Robert Hales Can't Be Tamed [8]
2010 "Who Owns My Heart" N/A Robert Hales Can't Be Tamed [9]
2012 "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" Johnzo West James Minchin III Chimes of Freedom [10]
2012 "Decisions" Borgore Christian Lamb Decisions EP [11]
2013 "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks" Snoop Lion P.R. Brown Reincarnated [12]
2013 "We Can't Stop" N/A Diane Martel Bangerz [13]
2013 "Wrecking Ball" N/A Terry Richardson Bangerz [14]
2013 "23" Mike Will Made It, Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J Hannah Lux-Davis Est. in 1989, Pt. 3 [15]
2013 "Real and True" Future and Mr Hudson Rankin Honest [16]
2013 "Feelin' Myself" will.i.am, French Montana, Wiz Khalifa and DJ Mustard Michael Jurkovac and Pasha Shapiro #willpower [17]
2013 "Adore You" N/A Rankin Bangerz [18]
2014 "Come Get It Bae" Pharrell Williams Luis Cerveró G I R L [19]
2014 "4x4"dagger N/A Diane Martel Bangerz [20]

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Title Performer(s) Director(s) Album Ref.
2003 "If Heartaches Had Wings" Rhonda Vincent Deaton-Flanigen One Step Ahead [21]
2008 "Seventeen Forever" Metro Station Josh Forbes Metro Station [22]
2010 "Big Bang, TheThe Big Bang" Rock Mafia Douglas Aarniokoski Non-album single [23]
2013 "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum" Jimmy Kimmel, Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum Will Burke N/A [24]
2013 "Fire" Big Sean Matthew Williams Hall of Fame [25]

Commercials[edit]

Year Promoting Description Ref.
2009 Disney's Friends for Change Promotes cleaning up the environment. [26]
2009 Miley Cyrus & Max Azria Promotes Cyrus and Max Azria's clothing line at Walmart. [27]
2010 Ink It Pink Promotes the fight against breast cancer [28]
2011 Japan Relief Promotes helping those affected by the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami. [29]
2011 Help Haiti Home Promotes J/P Haitian Relief Organization. [30]
2012 Feeding America Illustrates American hunger. [31]
2012 Rock the Vote Encourages young people to vote. [32]
2013 2013 MTV Video Music Awards Promotes Cyrus' performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. [33]
2013 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards Promotes Cyrus' performance at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards. [34]
2014 NRJ Promotes NRJ radio station. [35]
2014 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Promotes Cyrus at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. [36]
2014 Golden Lady Promotes Rock Your Legs leggings by Golden Lady. [37]

Filmography[edit]

As actor[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2003 Big Fish Young Ruthie – Age 8 Credited as Destiny Cyrus [38]
2008 Bolt Penny Voice [39]
2009 Hannah Montana: The Movie Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana [40]
2010 Last Song, TheThe Last Song Veronica "Ronnie" Miller [41]
2011 So Undercover Molly Morris [42]
2012 LOL Lola Williams [43]

Television[edit]

At the premiere for Hannah Montana: The Movie in April 2009
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2001 Doc Kylie 3 episodes [44]
2006–2011 Hannah Montana Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana/Luann Stewart 98 episodes [45]
2006 Suite Life of Zack & Cody, TheThe Suite Life of Zack & Cody Hannah Montana/Miley Stewart 1 episode: "That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana" [46]
2007 Replacements, TheThe Replacements Celebrity Starr (voice) 1 episode: "The Frog Prince" [47]
2007 Emperor's New School, TheThe Emperor's New School Mudka's Meat Hut Waitress (voice) 3 episodes [47]
2007 High School Musical 2 Girl at Pool Television film [48]
2009 Suite Life on Deck, TheThe Suite Life on Deck Hannah Montana/Miley Stewart 1 episode: "Double-Crossed" [46]
2012 Two and a Half Men Missi 2 episodes [49]

As herself[edit]

Performing on her Bangerz tour in 2014
Year Title Notes Ref.
2010 Sex and the City 2 Cameo [50]
2011 Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Cameo [51]
2011 Saturday Night Live Episode: "Miley Cyrus/The Strokes" [52]
2012 Punk'd 2 episodes [53]
2013 Miley: The Movement MTV documentary [54]
2013 Saturday Night Live Episode: "Miley Cyrus" [55]
2013 Styled to Rock Episode: "Miley's Sexy Night Out" [56]
2013 21 Candles: Miley's MTV Moments MTV Special for her Birthday [57]
2014 MTV Unplugged Television special [58]
2014 Lindsay Cameo [59]
2014 Fabulous Life of..., TheThe Fabulous Life of... Television special [60]
2014 Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour Television special [61]
2014 Miley Cyrus: Tongue Tied Short film [62]
2014 Blonde SuperFreak Steals the Magic Brain Short film [63]

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