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Miley Cyrus 'loves playing the piano'
American actress and pop singer Miley Cyrus has revealed her love for the piano at a press junket for her latest film.
Hollywood Crush spoke to the star as she publicised the DVD release of her first non-Hannah Montana feature film, The Last Song.
The big song to accompany the young star's latest movie was titled When I Look At You and saw Miley take to the piano, a move away from her traditionally guitar-based fare.
Speaking to a reporter at the film's press junket the star put fans at ease by explaining that she was not done with her guitar.
Miley's announcement comes in the wake of news from earlier in the month in which a Casio Music study revealed a large number of people regretted never having learned to play the piano when they were younger.
ÂPosted on 18 Aug 2010 10:11 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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