It was the best of both worlds. Isn't that what she always said?
She juggled the rhinestone covered double-edged sword of her secret identity all these years and now she's going to throw it away over a little boyfriend trouble and a single college rejection?
For the middle schooler and I, who watched as Miley/Hannah gave up her shiny blonde secret this week, it is the beginning of the end of an era. Again.
Hannah Montana was so last week a year ago.
Even with all those shoes she could not compete with the lusty Glee club losers for an almost-teenager's attention.
Then, suddenly, Hannah was back and the seventh-grade's most pressing question "Should She or Shouldn't She?" was, thankfully, about a wig.
Photo: The beginning of the end of an era; Hannah Montana-related commerce once kept the economy sparkling.
They promise to clean things up. But nothing ever changes.
It may look as if there are parties to blame, but the truth is, we let this happen. We should have demanded reform a long time ago.
It doesn't take a political scientist to see that they have made a complete mess of things.
Not that there aren't signs of change. The girl must go through four outfits a day.