Miley Cyrus is formally revisiting her previous as a part of her new period. On Aug. 17, the star introduced that she’s releasing a brand new music referred to as “Used to Be Young,” together with a music video. “August 25TH. ‘USED TO BE YOUNG,'” she wrote on Instagram, occurring to share that the one’s launch might be accompanied by an in-depth interview and televised particular.

“In celebration of my new single release ‘Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions)’ continues,” she wrote. “Aug 24th @ 10p.m. EDT on ABC. This time with a retrospective interview sharing stories about the first 30 years of my life in honor of ‘U2BY.’ This song is dedicated to my loyal fans. I love YOU for loving every version of ME. Always, Miley.” The particular, referred to as “Endless Summer Vacation: Continued (Backyard Sessions),” might be accessible to stream on Hulu the day after it premieres, per a press launch.

Days later, on Aug. 21, Cyrus shared a clip from her interview that provides a peak at a number of the historic Miley Cyrus moments the star will revisit in her TV particular. Within the clip, she discusses the enduring scene from “Hannah Montana” wherein her character dramatically kisses her Malibu seaside home goodbye as her voice is heard within the background singing, “Oooooooh, yeah.”

“The drama!” Cyrus says within the clip as she performs the scene on an iPad, blowing a kiss to the digicam like her character does on the display screen. “This is how I say goodbye to everyone now,” she jokes, singing the cringey melody that accompanies the scene. Followers of Cyrus and “Hannah Montana” obtained a kick out of Cyrus recreating the second that is now change into a meme on social media, however in addition they playfully referred to as her out for calling it a scene from the “final episode” of the present (it was the season three finale!).

Cyrus had been teasing “Used to Be Young” for a number of days prior to creating issues official. On Aug. 15, she tweeted the phrase “I know I used to be crazy. I know I used to be fun. You say I used to be wild. I say I used to be young” alongside a video of posters promoting a few of her previous hits, from “Wrecking Ball” to “Party in the USA.” Within the press launch, Cyrus additionally revealed that she might be celebrating the tenth anniversary of her album “Bangerz” in September with a limited-edition vinyl launch that features a bonus monitor referred to as “23” with Mike WiLL Made-It.

Cyrus’s most up-to-date launch previous to “Used to Be Young” was February’s “Endless Summer Vacation,” which featured the infectious hit single “Flowers.”