No more Montana movies for Cyrus

Miley Cyrus has disappointed legions of young fans by insisting she won't be making any more 'Hannah Montana' movies.

The teen sensation shot to fame on the hit children's TV show in 2006.

The 16-year-old has now filmed three seasons, and is set to take the role to the big screen with the launch of 'Hannah Montana: The Movie' this month.

And Cyrus has urged fans to see the movie - as she won't be making any more big screen appearances as the beloved schoolgirl-turned pop star.

She tells a press conference in Los Angeles: "We were really lucky to have enough material to make one movie. To do another one takes away a lot of the reality. Normal high schoolers see Hannah's blond wig and say: 'That's not reality.'

"We didn't make (the plot) in a way that makes another season unrealistic. We're all doing a season three, and we all wish to do a season four. So I don't know if I would do another film, but we would love to do another season."

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