Plus, she suggests her fans 'get real drunk' to celebrate the milestone

By Dylan Kickham
Updated March 24, 2016 at 04:46 PM EDT
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Miley Cyrus may not have been the biggest fan of her Disney Channel series Hannah Montana, but she is still celebrating the 10th anniversary of the show’s premiere. On Thursday she Instagrammed a lengthy tribute to her former costars, once again donning that blonde wig.

The “Wrecking Ball” singer posted a screenshot of a text conversation between herself and Jason Earles, the actor who played her older brother Jackson on Hannah Montana. The conversation includes a picture of Cyrus lying on the ground in a blonde wig, writing, “10 years later still laying around in a blonde wig,” and Earles responds, “Try as you might, you can’t get away.”

Alongside the picture, Cyrus wrote a long piece in which she sends love to all of the former Hannah Montana cast members and special guests, and encourages her fans to celebrate the anniversary of the show by “get[ting] real drunk.”

“Even though HM is chopped up into little tiny pieces and buried in my backyard she will always hold a very special place in my heart,” Cyrus writes.

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Cyrus also details the long auditioning and casting process for the series, which she says made the cast very close, although also describing it as “like the real world but more hormonal teenagers.”

“There was a very long auditioning process, and many chemistry reads which really is what sold the show to the producers and channel,” Cyrus remembers. “Because no matter what went on over the years (which none of you have any clue about but It was like the real world but more hormonal teenagers) our love for each other was unquestionable.”

Check out Cyrus’s full post below.

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