Friday, April 15, 2011

Miley Cyrus happy in the run-up tour in South America

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Miley Cyrus says she feels good on the eve of his tour of South America and Australia, now that the conflict seem to be solved at home. Earlier this year, his parents, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus, announced their divorce, and he criticized her conduct. But lately reconciled and the family decided to spend enough time together.

Miley said Thursday that his family is well and that makes her happy to bring his Gypsy Heart Tour to South America and Australia on 27 April. Cyrus said he did not wait to get to South America for the first time, but said he did not know Spanish. As the United States, said that by the time you feel more loved abroad and are not sure to feel "totally comfortable" touring the country.

At concerts sing songs from his latest album, "Can not be Tamed" and others. The tour of 12 Latin American cities will begin April 4 in Quito and ending on May 26 in Mexico, where Miley leave for the Philippines and Australia. Other scales are Lima, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Asuncion, Rio, Sao Paulo, Caracas, Bogotá, San José and Panama, according to the website of Cyrus.

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