'Hannah Montana' creator reveals how the character would die
Over the weekend, Miley Cyrus hosted America's iconic 'Saturday Night Live' and joked that her well-loved Disney character of 'Hannah Montana' had been killed off.
On the show, the 'Wrecking Ball' beauty poked fun at her squeaky clean TV past and when asked what happened to her alter-ego, explained that "she was murdered".
The creator of the show, Richard Correll, has now revealed how Montana would really have died if the series hadn't ended and explained:
"Hannah would die of old age with her grandkids and family."
During her opening monologue, Cyrus also made fun of twerking and told the live studio audience: "I used to think twerking was cool, but now that white people are doing it, it seems so lame."
Watch Cyrus's opening monologue from SNL below:
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