Imagine receiving a text from an unknown number, reading: “It’s Miley!” A select smattering of fans got just that this week, eventually concluding that the sender was none-other-than Miley Cyrus. The 27-year-old singer has found texting fans to be a unique new form of music promotion. In an effort to stir up buzz about her highly-anticipated single Midnight Sky, Miley put out cryptic messages to fans who signed up for her 1-833-SHE-ISMC hotline last year. Lucky for us all, she shared a bunch of the interactions on social media. From “ending relationships” to scaring people, the text exchanges proved to be pretty hilarious. After all, she’s just being Miley.
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“Me sending those cryptic ass messages to fans,” Miley tweeted along with a funny throwback photo of her donning a tiara and wielding a Sidekick phone. She then retweeted screenshots of various text threads she had with fans over the week. Read the best ones below:
I forgot I subscribed to texts from Miley Cyrus’s hotline for new music and I was so confused and scared at work pic.twitter.com/WCSsOmEEty— 𝔟𝔯𝔦𝔱𝔱 (@kindabritt) August 5, 2020
I got nervous af when some random number text me to call them this morning. I asked my sisters if they recognized the # and turns out it was Miley’s text notifications I forgot I signed up for 😂😂😂😂😂 she has a new song coming out lol pic.twitter.com/4zoYw5qQZY— ❀K a r l a❀ (@KarlaPaulina_) August 5, 2020
Lmao got this text earlier and got concerned and I mispelld my response ( i was working ) ;' so then I spent time googling the number and nothing decided to ask again and remembered I signed up for Miley Cyrus alerts and when u call the number its a preview of her new song ❤️ pic.twitter.com/R7MbTPQRr4— Elle 🥨 (@Elle_Pletnick) August 6, 2020
YO I WAS JUST AS LOST; I was getting coffee with a friend and we spent like an hour deciding if I should call or text back since I couldn’t figure out who this is... pic.twitter.com/T63h250ItC— maggie 🦋 (@whatevermagz) August 7, 2020
No one at work believed it was you, even though I called four times 🥴😂 pic.twitter.com/YPe7SmS8Kp— Joshua Girardin (@jsgirardin) August 7, 2020