Miley Cyrus surprises fans with an unexpected revelation

Samuel Edwards

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Fans were shocked to learn that Miley Cyrus was once part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In “Guardians of the Galaxy” Vol. 2, released in 2017, director James Gunn assembled an all-star cast to make small appearances in a few scenes in between. Appearances by Sylvester Stallone, Michael Rosenbaum, Ving Rhames, Michelle Yeoh, and Miley Cyrus herself were included .

Earlier this week, a Twitter account run by a fan club of the singer shared a video of the cameo , reminding fans of the star’s appearance in the film. Miley played a robot named Mainframe. In the video, Cyrus is heard saying, “I miss you so much.” Along with the tweet it reads: “Who remembers Miley voicing ‘Mainframe’ in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2’?”

“Me,” Gunn replied, while tagging Cyrus in the post. “I miss you guys so much. [Robot emoji], ”Cyrus tweeted alongside Gunn. Fans were quick to leave their comments on the cameo. A Twitter user asked if the apparition had been “real.” “I did not know this,” added the user of social networks. “I don’t remember that last part,” said another.

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The reason for your choice

In an interview with BuzzFeed, Gunn revealed that he got the idea to cast Cyrus after seeing her as a judge on “The Voice.” “I find her funny and nice and sweet,” Gunn told the outlet, according to Newsweek. “I liked that he cared about the contestants. So I thought: I think I would be a fun person to have on set. So we contacted her and she said yes. She came in and recorded, and it was a pleasure working with her, “he said.

Cyrus recently wowed at Super Bowl LV with an emotional rendition of his iconic track “Wrecking Ball.” The singer was present to headline the concert prior to the halftime show. The encounter allowed him to rock out to a crowd full of healthcare workers who had been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Cyrus performed many of his hits and even contributed some of his new music.

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