Updated: 04/26/2017 11:19 AM | First Published: 03/21/2017 02:04 PM

Noah Cyrus

Then and now images of Noah Cyrus' face

American singer-songwriter and voice actress Noah Cyrus is best known for her hit debut single, Make Me (Cry). She is also recognized for her debut animated feature film, Ponto, which she starred in 2008. Noah is the younger sister of singer Miley Cyrus and the youngest daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus.

Noah Lindsey Cyrus was born on January 8, 2000, in Nashville, Tennessee, to Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus. Her brother, Trace Cyrus, is the lead guitarist of Metro Station. She has two half-siblings from her mother's side.

Noah began acting when she was three, portraying a character in the television series, Doc, in which her father starred. She appeared as a background dancer in the Miley Cyrus starrer Hannah Montana: The Movie in 2009. She voiced the lead character in the English version of Ponyo. She also had a short-lived web-show called The Noie and Ems Show, which she hosted with Emily Grace Reaves.

In November 2016, Noah signed a record deal with Barry Weiss’ RECORDS. Her debut single, Make Me (Cry), was released the same month. The song featured vocals from English singer Labrinth, who also co-wrote and produced the song. Make Me (Cry) has been nominated for the Best Breakup Song at the Radio Disney Music Awards. Her debut album, NC-17, will be released sometime in 2017. 

As of April 26, 2017, Noah has garnered 2.9 million followers @noahcyrus on Instagram and on Twitter, she has 568K followers @noahcyrus.

Noah Cyrus plastic surgery rumors

Then and now images of Noah Cyrus' face

Cyrus' changing facial appearance has sparked rumors of plastic surgery.  In April 2017, In Touch Weekly reported that the young songstress might have gone under the knife.

Her plump facial appearance has people speculating that she may have had facial implants and a little help from botox.

Name Noah Cyrus
Profession Actor
Gender Female
Birthday January 08, 2000
Age 21 Years Old
Star Sign Capricorn