We all know that Billy Ray Cyrus and Miley Cyrus are an extremely tight father-daughter pair. The two starred alongside one another in the Disney Channel hit series Hannah Montana, which honestly goes down in history. Not to mention, their collab songs "Ready, Set, Don't Go" and "I Learned From You" are total tearjerkers in the best way possible. In fact, Miley's latest song "Inspired" is about her father as well. And now, Miley's little sister Noah wants in on it too.
Yep, that's right. Noah's debut album NC-17 is set to be finished this fall, and Billy Ray may be on it! Hmm, is Noah pulling a total Hannah move rn? We think so.
“I worked with so many amazing co-writers and producers on it. My dad might have a song on the album," Noah told Rogue Magazine.
But wait a minute. Let's rewind for a second. Miley recently opened up about how she probably won't be caught doing a Hannah Montana reboot ever again, and that is because she spent a liiittle too much time spent with her dad over the years.
"My dad was my dad on the show. I have enough dad time. That was really hard, every day from like 11 to 18 – I didn't get a school escape, like most people. I went to work with my dad. And then I started driving my dad towards the end because then I could start driving. And also my grandma went with me everyday," Miley spilled in an interview.
"That's why as soon as I turned 18, you guys wonder why I was like twerking at the Juicy J shows. I had just spent ten years everyday with my dad and grandma. I had to break free."
So although Miley may have had her fair share of dad time, that doesn't mean Noah isn't pumped to work with her dad. Fingers crossed that a collab makes it on the album!