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Posted at 5:03 PM ET, 02/16/2011

Quoted: Billy Ray Cyrus on "Hannah Montana"

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Billy Ray Cyrus is feeling a little achy-breaky these days. (AP/Nick Wass)



"That damn show destroyed my family... I'd erase it all in a second if I could."




--Billy Ray Cyrus in the new GQ on his regrets about letting his daughter Miley dip her toe into tween starhood via Disney Channel's "Hannah Montana." At 18, she's now paparazzi-bait, hounded by reports of naughty-girl behavior; and the parents are divorced.

By The Reliable Source  | February 16, 2011; 5:03 PM ET
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Comments

Cyrus is a fraud. He rode that horse until it died from underneath him in an effort to use his daughter to continue his one hit wonder career. In the meantime he exploited her in every way possible eventually backing her into the no talent skank hoe corner she is now trapped in.

He might want to take note of how Taylor Swift's career is being managed.

Posted by: SoCali | February 17, 2011 11:07 AM | Report abuse

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