Washington, July 7 : Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus made headlines at America's Freedom Festival in Provo, Utah, on the Fourth of July, where she dedicated a song to U.S. troops all over the world.
The festival, which is known as "one of the largest patriotic celebrations in America," had its sixth annual event telecasted live to the nation's troops around the globe.
The concert, dubbed the "Stadium of Fire," was emceed by conservative political TV and radio commentator Glenn Beck, and saw 15-year-old Cyrus, clad in a conservative all-white outfit of jeans and a tank top, performing in front of nearly 60,000 fans, and singing her biggest hits and debuting songs off her new album.
The reigning teen queen dedicated "Simple Song" to American troops.
"I want to take a minute to dedicate this song to all of our troops we got out there," E!online quoted her as telling the crowd.
"I know God has an ultimate plan, so I'm stoked," she said.
Before the show started, Cyrus had visited with kids from a local cancer hospital and signed autographs.
After the concert was over, Cyrus took in a fireworks show despite her fears, which she revealed in a conference call with reporters earlier in the week to promote the concert.
"I actually am really, really scared of fireworks so I would always sit in the car. Fireworks scare me so badly. Like, on my concert tour, any time pyro goes off, I'm like crossing my fingers. I really don't like it," she added.
Following the concert, Cyrus flew back to Tennessee, where she is still filming the Hannah Montana movie, which is scheduled to wrap later this month.