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Friday, 1 February 2008

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Pope Benedict XVI is disappointed to find Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus were one in the same person

Vatican City - After responding to a command performance for the Pope to sing for him in Vatican City, Miley Cyrus reportedly, shortly after she was introduced to the Holy See, left before she could sing for the head of the Catholic Church. Witnesses say Cyrus left in tears, after he voiced his disappointment in front of her and an audience of visiting pilgrims from Our Lady of the Holy Trinity that Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus were one in the same person.

"The Pontiff was gravely disappointed to find that Hannah Montana was not a real person, but merely a stage persona assumed by the child called Miley Cyrus," said a spokesman for the Vatican.

Apparently, Pope Benedict XVI is not familiar with popular culture which he believes stands in his way of stepping out of the shadows of the previous Pope, John Paul II. So, he hastily arranged a meeting with Hannah Montana thinking she actually existed.

"Cyrus was so heartbroken by the incident," said Cyrus's agent.

This is not the first time such an incident has occurred, said friends of the family.

"Poor thing," said a close family friend. "She's been getting that a lot lately. People always expect her to always stay in character and get mad at her for just being Miley Cyrus."

Montana - I mean Cyrus, has reportedly said that this latest incident with the Pope was the last straw, and it would never happen again, vowing to take drastic change very soon.

"They will never mistake me for old stupid Miley Cyrus ever again," said Cyrus in an overseas satellite phone from Vatican City to her agent.

"I'm worried," said Cyrus's agent. "I never heard her so up set and determined to do something about her mistaken identity problem before. I wonder what she intends to do about it when she gets back."

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