We Just Re-Watched The ‘Hannah Montana’ Finale and We’re Ugly Crying All More than Again

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If we’re getting entirely sincere, the finale of “Hannah Montana” was most likely the genuine beginning of Miley Cyrus’ career. By the fourth season, Miley had clearly moved beyond the blonde wig, and she was ready to burst onto the scene as a serious musician. But that does not imply that fans were ready to let “Hannah” go just yet, so when the series aired its last episode five years ago these days (!!!), there had been some fairly critical expectations.

Luckily, the writers knew specifically what they were carrying out going into the finale. Rather than saving Miley’s reveal that she was Hannah to the globe for the final episode, they decided to drop that bomb a few episodes earlier and use their finale to concentrate on the actually important piece of the show: friendship.

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Proper from the pilot, Miley and Lilly’s friendship was the backbone of the series. When Lilly discovered out Miley’s secret, it was place to the ultimate test, and, of course, in super adorable style, the two passed, making their partnership stronger than ever.

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Throughout the show, Lilly (and, sooner or later Oliver) served as Miley’s rock, even when living a double life as Hannah got really, truly hard. They had been usually there for each and every other, and seeing this model of BFFship was a lot more fun to watch than even Hannah’s craziest performances.

So, going into the finale, when Miley started thinking about breaking her guarantee to go to Stanford with Lilly so she could film a film to Paris with Tom Cruise and Steven Speilberg (which like, okay, sounds quite cool), fans have been devastated. Like, actual tears, ugly crying devastated.

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But then, Lilly decided that she would come to Paris with Miley, and it felt like everything was going to be A-okay again. Of course, though, it can’t be that straightforward, and Lilly at some point realized that she couldn’t give up her dream of going to college just to follow Miley. Suddenly, it seemed like our favorite pair would be split up once again. Break out the tissues.

In the finish, though, friendship triumphed, and Miley showed up at her and Lilly’s dorm area in a single of the most aww-inspiring moments Disney Channel has ever created, teaching us all that, if you’ve got fantastic buddies, you do not want anything else.

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Other friendships also popped up throughout the finale, with Rico and Jackson admitting that they’ve secretly been BFFs this whole time (which we all currently knew, since duh) and even Miley and Jackson acknowledging how much they really love each other. Basically, the finale was all about happiness and the relationships that make life worth it.

So it all ended with even far more tears, just this time, satisfied tears.

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We nevertheless miss you, “Hannah Montana”! Thanks for all the feels.


‘Twilight’ Is Receiving A New Edition For Its 10th Anniversary — Here’s What Bonus Content We’re Thirsty For

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It is been almost ten complete years considering that Stephenie Meyer’s dreamy vision of a vampire-human adore affair in the meadow became a typeset reality in “Twilight,” the very first installment of her 4-book-film-film-international-phenom “Saga” which originally hit shelves on Oct. 5, 2005.

But the series promised its super devoted fanbase “Forever,” and it looks like forever is what we’re obtaining due to the fact, yes, even much more “Twilight” is on the way.

To celebrate the first book’s huge birthday, publisher Little Brown will be releasing a new edition of the initial book featuring some mouthwatering bonus content material that is sure to have all the hearts aflutter — and we have a few requests.

  • “Midnight Sun.”

    Stephenie Meyer’s unfinished version of Edward Cullen’s perspective of the 1st novel has in no way been published — except online, unlawfully and then on Stephenie Meyer’s personal website. But she has by no means closed the book on the story totally — it was put “on hold indefinitely” but never ever cancelled. So, probably this edition could contain the draft — or even, gasp, a completed vision of the new spin? (Hey, we know it’s a extended-shot, but dare to dream, correct?)

  • Or maybe even a new perspective?

    Even if Meyer is not feeling up to the job of finishing her first Edward Cullen viewpoint work (understandable) there are nonetheless a lot of other fan-favourite characters to mind-mine from — like, say, Alice Cullen. We still haven’t gotten to see, from her written point of view, specifically how those visions work. As considerably as Steph loves her, we’re completely betting on Alice.

  • Charlie and Renée, a short history.

    “Breaking Dawn – Element 1″ showed us just how freakin’ cute the former Swans need to have been together. It might be a little sadspice, sure, but a backstory on Chief Swan and the former Mrs. would be adorable all the very same.

  • Deleted scenes?

    It is extremely attainable that the very first “Twilight” edition integrated some material that got snipped out in the editorial method for length’s sake, but now we can totally feast on that. Bring. It. ON.

“It’s wonderful to me that ten years have passed considering that ’Twilight’ was first published,” Meyer stated in a statement. “For me, this anniversary is a celebration of the fans, with all of their extraordinary passion and dedication. I’m excited to get to spend time with them once again.”

The hardcover edition will be released on Oct. six, with the paperback version following on Oct. 27.

To promote the release, Meyer will attend New York Comic-Con for an event and autographing session on Thursday, Oct. 8 at 1:45 p.m. EST, and she will also speak with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz for a particular “After Hours” episode devoted to the 10th Anniversary of “Twilight” and the new edition of the novel that the entire planet sunk its teeth into.

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