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No more Hannah Montana

LOS ANGELES,  (WSFA) - Miley Cyrus and Hannah Montana, both the show and the character, are reportedly parting ways.

Disney confirms the show that launched Miley Cyrus to mega-stardom will end after its fourth season, which is currently in production.

The show premiered in 2006.

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