Miley Cyrus Wants To Protect Her Sister Noah

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Miley Cyrus has lots of love for her little sister Noah. The duo recently took to Instagram to share a cute photo of themselves in fun, bold, summer bathing suits!

When interviewed by 2Day FM’s Sophie Monk, Miley admitted her sister was a “natural entertainer” but she hopes that Noah will wait a bit longer to get into the entertainment industry.

Miley says, “She’s kind of like a natural at it. So I feel like, if she wanted to (be a star) I wouldn’t stop her. But she’s really into sports. She really loves horses, so I’m going to keep her on that and that kind of innocence as long as I can. It takes someone really strong and someone who doesn’t care what people think (to survive this industry.)”

We love Miley and Noah’s sisterly bond and the fact that Miley always wants what’s best for Noah as well. Sisterly love! ❤

Miranda Cosgrove Dives In With Oceana To Protect Dolphins — View Pics & Videos Inside

Have you ever looked at the ocean and saw the beauty of it? How about the animals that live within those waters? Those animals that live in our oceans can either be harmless or threatening, but some of those animals are actually being harmed by humans. One of those animals is the Atlantic dolphin and Miranda Cosgrove has stepped up in wishing to help them.

In Bimini, Bahamas, Miranda joined up with Oceana, an organization focused on ocean conservation, to film a new Public Service Announcement (PSA). The focus of the PSA is about how seismic airguns can easily harm the dolphins. The seismic airguns, which are blasts of compressed air, are used for mapping oil and gas deposits under the seafloor. However, they drown out sound which is used by dolphins to find food and communicate with others causing injury or even death.

While filming the PSA, Miranda was able to enjoy time with these beautiful creatures watching them play, swim and sing to each other, an enjoyment she felt was one of the best experiences in her life. She says, “Swimming with wild dolphins made it so clear that these intelligent and social animals need their use of sound to survive,” said Cosgrove, “and I’m so happy to be working with Oceana to protect them.”

If you wish to join Miranda and take part, head here: http://act.oceana.org/sign/stopseismic/

Check out the PSA below starring Miranda Cosgrove, with an extended version included with more information. Also, make sure you check out the beautiful picture slideshow of Miranda and her new friends, the dolphins at the end of your viewing! Let us know how you feel about all this in the comments!

MIRANDA COSGROVE OCEANA PSA

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