Miley Cyrus has been "certified" by VEVO after five of her videos including "We Can't Stop," "Wrecking Ball," "7 Things," "Party in the U.S.A." and "Can't Be Tamed" crossed 100 million views.
Miley Cyrus sure has a huge fan base, who appear to love her unconditionally. This is probably why, the "Wrecking Ball" star keeps moving forward despite all the backlash. Her latest achievement is a "certified" tag she received from VEVO, after five of her music video clips including "We Can't Stop," "Wrecking Ball," "7 Things," "Party in the U.S.A." and "Can't Be Tamed" crossed 100 million views.
Cyrus thought it best to shun the critics and celebrate with her fans whom she calls "Smilers" and that's exactly what she did.
"When I had this show that I did called 'The Miley and Mandy Show,' she would always call me Milers or Smilers, and it just kind of picked up," she told VEVO in an exclusive interview when asked why she chose such the word to describe her fans.
"I said the other day 'my fans are the best fans' on Twitter, and everyone's fans got really mad," Cyrus added. "But I don't care because they actually are."
Her fans couldn't agree more with their favorite singer. Every time the media is out to get Cyrus, her fans voice their fury across all social networking sites, especially Twitter.
"If you're a Smiler, it means you have to love Miley Cyrus no matter what," one fan said in a tweet.
Her recent appearance at the 'Saturday Night Live' show got fans to love her even more. Being the huge star that she is, crew members expected her to throw her weight around and be quite snobbish but according to sources, she was a real darling.
"Everyone expected Miley to show up with major attitude - but were stunned when she turned out to be a major sweetheart," said a source. "She went out of her way to be kind to everyone - just plain old nice - posing for pictures backstage and signing autographs for the crew."