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Billy Ray Cyrus

  1. horses
    Cardi B Will Now Take You Down to the ‘Old Town Road’She twerked alongside the boys.
  2. yeehaw!
    Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus Ride Into 2019 in New ‘Old Town Road’ Music VideoDiplo, Chris Rock, Rico Nasty, and others help him spread the doctrine of yeehawism.
  3. podcasts
    Punch Up the Jam Has Finally Made ‘Old Town Road’ 100 Percent CountryYou can’t deny the country cachet of Cash.
  4. hits
    Inform the Horses: Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ Is No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100Oh man, if you couldn’t tell him nothing before.
  5. the charts
    Billboard Defends Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ Removal From the Country ChartsHowever, the decision “could be revisited.”
  6. yeehaw
    Let Billy Ray Cyrus Lecture Y’all About Why ‘Old Town Road’ Is Country Music“What the hell more do ya need?”
  7. remixes
    Billy Ray Cyrus Gives Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ Ringing Endorsement With RemixFinally, some country cred!
  8. formerly known as
    Billy Ray Cyrus Becomes ‘Artist Formerly Known As Billy Ray’ With Name ChangeAlas, we’ll always have Robby Ray Stewart.
  9. racoons
    Watch Hannah Montana’s Coon RepellentSummer just got so awesome.
  10. headshots
    March’s Best Entertainment PhotographyChord Overstreet, Vanessa Hudgens, and more in this month’s Best Entertainment Photography.
  11. family matters
    Billy Ray Reacts to Miley’s Bong HitThose include, apparently, Miley Cyrus’s “salvia” habit.
  12. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Caine, NeesonPlus: Billy Ray Cyrus and son to investigate conspiracy theories on Syfy.
  13. she's just being miley
    Miley Cyrus Is Preparing to Ditch Her Blonde Hannah Montana Wig Once and for AllShe won’t be filming a fifth season of her hit Disney show.
  14. the industry
    Vera Farmiga and George Clooney to Join Mile-High ClubPlus: Finally a television show about police work.
  15. the industry
    Julia Roberts No Longer a Steel Magnolia, Now a ‘Hothouse Flower’Plus: R.E.M.!
  16. art candy
    Suspended AnimationEugene de Salignac may have been shooting in an official capacity — he was, after all, the staff photographer for the New York City Department of Bridges, Plant and Structures — but his pictures have an air of whimsy and nostalgia rarely seen in governmental commissions.