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Miley Cyrus says there’s nowhere left for ‘Hannah Montana’ series to go

HollywoodNews.com: Teen star Miley Cyrus has admitted she became to old for her role as ‘Hannah Montana’ as the show finally finishes.

The 17-year-old has played the role in the Disney show since the start of the series in 2006 when she was just 13 years old.

As the program comes to an end Cyrus admitted that there was nowhere else it could have gone. She said to Entertainment Tonight: “I’ll be 18 this year. Definitely you do a lot of growing, and that’s hard to do on a show that does have a lot of restrictions as well. Because there are things we want to do that [involve growing up], but then what? Once you put them in college, it’s like: ‘Okay. Then Hannah Montana does what?’ “So, it’s kind of hard to keep it going when there’s only really so much you can do with the character that can only grow so much.”

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