Billy Ray Cyrus is one Dad who seems to have a lot on his plate. He’s a country music star, he’s an action hero in a new movie with Jackie Chan, and he’s launching his young daughter Noah’s new career. Being the Dad of Miley, the famous young actress and singer should be a piece of cake, but with all the hoopla surrounding his daughter Billy has had some tough times lately. RadarOnline.com spoke with the country music star as he told us about his newest charitable venture – he is teaming up with Hellmann’s and Best Foods to encourage kids of all ages to embrace their inner child and join the virtual “Sandwich Swap ‘n Share” program to raise money for Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Cyrus dishes that his young daughter Noah loves a “turkey and Hellman’s mayonnaise sandwich” and that he actually is the Dad who makes lunches for the kids.
The country star tells RadarOnline.com how he deals with the stress of controversy. “We play what we feel, music has always been a form of therapy for us,” and letting us know that the pole dancing controversy isn’t the only one his family has dealt with Cyrus said “I’ve written more songs in the last two years than I’ve written in the last 10.” So what advice does he give to Miley? He tells her to “Love what you’re doin’, and if you ain’t happy it ain’t workin’.”
Check out the video of Billy Ray Cyrus talking about Sandwich Swap ‘n Share, his family, and he wants us to know that his single Good Day it so good that word is “spreading like mayonnaise!”