'Hannah Montana' star - who reportedly earned $18.2 million last year - is
treating herself to a “fully loaded” white convertible Mercedes Benz for her 16th birthday on November 23.
A source said: "Miley wanted special options like parking assist and a
cream-colored leather interior, so she ordered the car early. She is
telling everyone that she hopes to get a car when she turns 16, so when it
comes, she can say it was a surprise from her parents."
Miley - the daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus - recently revealed
she wanted a “bad” car to celebrate turning 16.
She said: "I definitely want to get something bad on the road, big enough
for all my friends and to scare all the cars away from me. I'm a good driver
but it's everyone else that I'm worried about!"
Miley is set to celebrate her birthday at Disneyland, California, and is
selling $250 tickets for the bash to raise money for Youth Service America.
Meanwhile, it has been claimed ‘7 Things’ - which appears on Miley’s current
album ‘Breakout’ - was written about her split from Jonas Brothers singer
The catchy track, which features the young star detailing the seven things
she hates about an unnamed ex-boyfriend, includes the lyrics, "Your friends,
they're jerks/When you act like them, just know it hurts."
Miley parted ways with Nick in 2007 after two years together.
Earlier this year, 15-year-old Nick insisted the song wasn’t about him,
saying: “My friends aren’t jerks.”
However, Brett Ratner - who directed the video for ‘7 Things’ - revealed the
necklace Miley wears in the video was given to her by the boy she sings
He said: "She is wearing his diabetes or medical necklace. You can tell by
the lyrics that they're very personal. The stuff she talks about in the
video is clever and emotional and fun at the same time."
Nick has Type 1 diabetes and campaigns to raise awareness about the disease.