Miley Cyrus is heading to the big apple for the holidays.
The tween star is set to join NBC’s 11th annual “Christmas In Rockefeller Center” on Wednesday, December 3, with previously announced guests including Stephen Colbert, the Jonas Brothers, Tony Bennett, Faith Hill and even Kermit the Frog.
“30 Rock” star Jane Krakowski and Al Roker will host the live broadcast.
The show will cap a big year for the “Hannah Montana” star, who released an album, “Breakout,” and just celebrated her 16th birthday.
Though she didn’t get a new car for her big day, dad Billy Ray told Access Hollywood on Sunday that she’d be getting her own recording studio.
“It’s a great place for us to get up there and work out some tunes and sing,” Billy Ray said. “We both love doing harmonies and we could just jump in there and make all kinds of music and be real creative.”
And as for the Mercedes she wanted?
“I don’t even have my license or anything so it’d be kind of like dumb to get one and just let it sit,” Miley told Access. “I’d like to wait until I’m more ready for the road.”
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