Disney's star Miley Cyrus will make a cameo appearance along side Justin Gaston on the music video of Metro Station, where her half-brother, Trace Cyrus, plays as a guitarist and vocalists. Furthermore, the music video is aimed at supporting the band's latest single titled "Seventeen Forever" from their self-titled debut album, which has been released since September 2007.
Not only Miley and Justin, who will co-star in the music video, Miley's father, Billy Ray Cyrus, and mother, Leticia Finley, will also join their daughter in one of the music video scenes. "I didn't know if I'd ever get to have [my dad] in [a music video] of mine," Trace says.
This not the first time that Cyrus family appear together on the same set for a music video. Previously, Trace showed his support for Billy by co-starring on his father's "Somebody Said a Prayer" music video.
For the band's music video, a carnival complete with its fun house, ferris wheel, bumper cars, and stunt motorcyclists has reportedly been constructed about 40 miles out of Los Angeles. However, the ferris wheel has been removed from the video set at Trace's demand. "I'm terrified of heights," Trace explains. "So I was just saying to the director, 'Get me off of [the ferris wheel] as fast as possible.'"