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Miley Cyrus dishes to Oprah about growing up

Miley is pretty certain that she doesn’t need to rub elbows with the “older” Hollywood crowd in order to know who she is.

Although it’s highly unlikely that Britney Spears will take Billy Ray Cyrus up on his invitation to spend the holiday with his family, which of course includes daughter Miley, who is “a big fan,” Miley is pretty certain that she doesn’t need to rub elbows with the “older” Hollywood crowd in order to know who she is.

“I try my hardest just to stay grounded because I have, you know, all these different kinds of people that are older than me trying to tell me what to do,” the Hannah Montana star tells Oprah Winfrey during an interview set to air Nov. 21 that caps off Oprah’s Thanksgiving week. “I just have to say be true to yourself. Be a kid. Grow up slowly.”

That’s not to say that she isn’t ready to dip her toe in the dating waters. “I am [allowed to date], but my dad is like, weird,” Miley tells Oprah.       Celebs giving back this Thanksgiving
Not everyone can do for celebrity charity what Angelina Jolie has done, but in the spirit of thanks and giving, it’s nice to point out some of the celebrities who have lent their time or talent to charity. Happy Thanksgiving!

Jessica Simpson, Eva Longoria and Matthew McConaughey have decorated Ugg Australia boots for the Art & Sole charity auction, which runs Dec. 1-14. All proceeds are going to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, and if you check it out, you’ll find that Simpson’s actually a pretty good artist.

Mario Lopez, Paula Abdul, William Baldwin and Lee Underwood were just some of the many celebs who signed a Komfort Pets Carrier that was auctioned off for $600. The money will go to the ASPCA.

Led Zeppelin will headline a show in London Dec. 10, and if you’re a huge fan and choose to bid on VIP tickets through Charity Folks, proceeds will go directly to the MusiCares and Ahmet Ertegun Education Fund.