Miley Cyrus's father, Billy Ray Cyrus, has given a statement on Sasha and Malia Obama's possible cameo for April's episode of 'Hannah Montana'.
Barack Obama's victory as the first African American elected president may affect other members in his family to get a television appearance. It has been reported that Obama's daughters, Sasha Obama, 10, and Malia Obama, 7, have been invited to have their starring debut on TV series "Hannah Montana".
The possibility of America's future first daughters' appearances is firstly told by Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus' father, to Access Hollywood on Monday, November 10. He said, "They probably will. The invitation is there."
Billy Ray hints further that the girls' appearance may be set up for April's episode. He said, "The 'Hannah Montana' film comes out in April. Maybe something might happen around then. Maybe not. I don't know, I have got to keep a secret." However, Billy Ray does not give any detailed statement about Obama's daughters' role on the sitcom.
"Hannah Montana" star, Miley, also gives her statement towards Sasha and Malia's cameo on her Disney's sitcom series. She said, "I think that would be really cool and if anything, have them visit the set. They could see what we do and we could hear about what they do."
Meanwhile, the elected president Obama, who shields the girls from the media, has not given any statement so far regarding the invitation for her daughters' appearance on "Hannah Montana". But he once said that Malia is a big fan of the sitcom.