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Hannah Montana: Life's What You Make It
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Product Description The secret is out! Your favorite pop princess is experiencing some big changes in HANNAH MONTANA: LIFE'S WHAT YOU MAKE IT, four hilarious episodes from the smash-hit Disney Channel Original Series. Plus, go backstage for a peek inside Hannah's super-sized closet and get the inside scoop when the cast shares some of THEIR secrets with you! Miley is going through a major identity crisis! Not only is she starting high school, but she's also got to make some tough decisions about taking back Jake (Cody Linley) and traveling to a concert without her super-cool dad there for support. Adding to the drama, Hannah totally croaks in concert and has to deal with possibly losing her stellar singing voice -- and her superstar identity -- forever! Is she "Miley"? Is she "Hannah"? Join in the fun, glamour and excitement as she figures it all out and makes the most of her big-time dreams. Amazon.com Budding romance, discovering one's personal identity, and the struggle to become self-sufficient are challenges every teenager faces, but things are even more complicated for teenage pop star Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus) who's trying to conceal her on-stage identity from her fellow classmates and just be normal girl Miley Stewart. Miley has managed to put thoughts of television heartthrob Jake Ryan (Cody Linley) out of her mind during his six month absence, but now that he's back from shooting his movie in "Achy Jakey Heart Parts One and Two," Miley is uncertain about whether or not she wants to date Jake. Add in strong feelings of jealousy regarding his popularity, her own resolve to keep her pop star identity a secret from her schoolmates and the public at large, and a growing unease about what kind of person Jake really is inside, and Miley is one confused teenager. "I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak" finds Hannah losing her voice after an especially long concert and in need of a surgery that causes her to reexamine her whole sense of identity and could change her life forever. Miley and her father clash in "I Want You To Want Me. . .To Go To Florida" when Miley asserts her independence by flying to a concert across the United States without her father's permission. In the end, it looks like both Miley and her father have a little growing up to do. All four episodes are brimming with great music, comedy from Miley's brother Jackson (Jason Earles) and dad Robbie Ray (Billy Ray Cyrus), and a wholesome message about believing in oneself. Bonus features include Billy Ray Cyrus's music video "Ready, Set, Don't Go" and a backstage look at keeping secrets with the Hannah Montana cast. (Ages 7 and older) --Tami Horiuchi