Cyrus also earned a Golden Globe nomination for her voice performance in the animation Bolt, starred in a Hannah Montana movie and started her own fashion label. She subsequently hosted SNL, added So Undercover and LOL to her filmography and guested on Two and a Half Men. Cyrus then left her Disney Channel past behind to establish a more grown-up sound and image.
This saw her work with hip-hop artists Snoop Dogg and Pharrell, perform a suggestive duet with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV VMAs and become something of a twerk icon. She also scored another number-one single, accompanied by a video featuring her swinging entirely unclothed atop a wrecking ball. And in 2015 she released a psychedelic album for free on SoundCloud.
Cyrus reinvented herself again in 2017 for her new album Younger Now. Featuring guest vocals from godmother Dolly Parton, the record saw Cyrus embrace her country music roots and adopt a more restrained image. It peaked at number five on the Billboard 200, becoming her eleventh top ten entry overall.