That's a wrap for Miley Cyrus as 'Hannah Montana,' as the teen queen is reportedly done with her teen alter-ego show this year, according to a new report. The New York Post claims reports Cyrus -- who shot to fame thanks to the double life-leading pop star 'Montana' -- is filming the fourth and final season of the show, leaving Miley all of the opportunities she wants to do different (see: more grown up) roles in the future.
Disney Channel Worldwide's Adam Bonnett, senior VP/programming told the Post that "right now we're scheduled to wrap [forever] after shooting this new batch of episodes."
Over the last year or so, Cyrus has hinted that she would eventually move on from the teen-friendly role. She's already begun to break out in other acting roles, as her star power and allure continues to grow. Her upcoming film 'The Last Song' premieres in April.
"The [new] episodes will continue to roll out at least over a full year," Bonnett says of the final 'Montana' shows.
Even the show itself has had inklings of should-she-or-shouldn't-she plot lines.
Bonnett says "it's one of the things she's been wrestling with for months -- whether it's time to make a decision to continue being 'Hannah Montana' or just be a regular, ordinary girl."