Miley Cyrus Plans a Normal Birthday Celebration

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A young celebrity has decided not to go all out in acknowledgment of their birthday for once, according to Celebrifi.

Miley Cyrus, who will be turning 18 on November 23, isn't planning on celebrating her birthday Kim Kardashian style with five parties around the world. Her biggest birthday wish is bring her family together to celebrate her big day.

Her parents, Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus, recently filed for divorce after 17 years of marriage.

While she hasn't picked out a place to celebrate her birthday just yet, she has decided that she wants her low key family reunion of sorts to be at the beach.

Props to Miley for having a good head on her shoulders and knowing that family is more important than partying. Not enough young celebrities keep that in mind anymore.

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