Today, January 8, marks Noah Cyrus’ milestone 21st birthday! To commemorate the occasion, take a look at Noah’s transformation from youngster to powerhouse performer!
Happy Birthday, Noah Cyrus! Today, the younger sister of Miley Cyrus celebrates a major birthday — that’s right, Noah is turning 21 years old! Noah has spent her entire young life in the limelight due to her incredibly famous family. As the years have gone on, though, the singer has totally established herself and her career on her own terms. Let’s take a look at Noah’s transformation over the years.
Noah’s foray into the spotlight came as her parents and siblings accrued more and more success. The youngster made a number of appearances on red carpets with her family, and even had small role as a dancer in Hannah Montana: The Movie, with her big sister Miley! At such a young age, Noah was already starting to get a taste of what the world of entertainment would look like, and she wasn’t at all deterred by any of it.
In fact, when Noah was only a teenager she began her career in music. At 16, Noah’s debut single arrived. The starlet’s emotional, experimental single “Make Me (Cry),” a duet with Labrinth, skyrocketed her to fame and totally distanced herself from her siblings’ work while cementing her own, unique style and talent. The single was a huge success, and led to major recognition.
Noah has been nominated for a number of MTV Video Music Awards in her career thus far. But the best nomination came in 2020, when she earned recognition from the Recording Academy and was nominated for Best New Artist! The nomination capped off two successful albums from Noah — 2018’s Good Cry and 2020’s The End of Everything.
The future looks so bright for Noah Cyrus. She’s never been deterred by challenges and has even weathered some of her own controversies. All told, Noah has a lot to look forward to in her career, and her fans cannot wait to see what she does in the future! Check out the gallery above to see more images of Noah’s transformation from youngster to singing sensation.