@mileycyrus I don’t know if you’ll read this but I’ll write anyways. Before tonight, I thought you’d never come, that I would never have the oportunity that I had. I can clearly remember the moment I bought the tickets, I didn’t know how it was going to be, how would it look like, my only thought was: “it’s Miley”. The thing is… thank you. Thanks for making one of my dreams come true, not only my dream it was more than 50.000 people’s dream. And you made it true. I can’t express properly. So much things just for a night. I think, that none of us will ever know how to say thanks, not just thanks, real thanks. It was so much, it was perfect and definitely one of the best nights of my life. I thought it would never happen and it did, it did and it was amazing. The way you walked, the way you danced, the way your voice was all over the place, it was everything. Everything made every single one of us forget any problem, any issue, we forgot everything and we shouted the lyrics to songs that we had heard thousands of times in our CD’s. We left everything appart just because you were there. You said you are not a rolemodel, that you are just yourself, but tonight you said something; that every dream is possible. And I can assure that for some people, that sentence made a change, it changed their whole perspective.
I think this is just a small text under an unquality graphic made out of simple photos so I won’t take any longer. I’ll just say this: Thank you Miley Cyrus, for making my dreams true, for giving me one of the best nights of my life. I love you, I did when I was 13 years old, I do now, that I’m turning 18 and I will.
6th, May 2011 ~ Miley Cyrus; River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina