She’s a judge on The Voice, she just dropped her new album Younger Now, and now Miley Cyrus has signed on as an executive producer for the upcoming documentary Lost In America.
According to Deadline, Miley will appear in the Rotimi Raintwater-directed documentary about homeless youth alongside other stars like Halle Berry, Rosario Dawson, Jewel, Jon Bon Jovi and more.
Miley spoke about her involvement in the documentary in a statement, saying:
“Lost in America is an important film to me and my Happy Hippie Foundation because it helps to build our understanding and compassion for homeless youth, and I think if we had that acceptance and compassion, we could change and brighten the futures of these young people.”
Rainwater also spoke to Deadline about the project saying, “I never thought in my wildest dreams that we would get this many people to shine a light on youth homelessness. It’s phenomenal but also truly needed to make others aware of the problem.”
Miley also fights against youth homelessness through her nonprofit organization The Happy Hippie Foundation, which works to “rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBTQ youth and other vulnerable populations.”