Now it's Bob Dylan 's turn to get the Miley Cyrus treatment—we just hope the legendary singer knows who Miley Cyrus is.
The "Hannah Montana" star had better brush up on her "Like a Rolling Stone" lyrics, because she's one of several famous singers who have volunteered to cover a recording of one of Dylan's songs.
Unlike her live concert performance of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit," her Dylan tune will be appear on an album, "Chimes of Freedom: Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International," with proceeds going to the human rights organization.
So who else will be belting out Dylan tunes?
British superstar Adele, Sting and Ke$ha are among the stars supporting Amnesty International's "life saving work to protect human rights around the world...and to inspire [fans] to stand up for justice, freedom, and human rights," says a rep for the group.
Miley has had Dylan on her mind lately, covering one of his tunes at a recent concert.
The charity album isn't due to be released until early next year and the specific tracks that will be covered have yet to be announced.
Let's hope Dylan likes Miley's cover—her take on Nirvana had an interesting twist while another cover of Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" was a smash success and loved by frontman Bret Michaels.
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