alum, Brenda Song was dating Trace Cyrus on and off from 2011 to 2013. Well, it’s a mystery but we know it’s not Trace anymore!
Trace Cyrus, age 28, was born on February 24, 1989 to singer Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus in Ashland, Kentucky. Trace was part of the band Metro Station, which rose to fame with their 2008 catchy hit song, “Shake It.” Trace Cyrus’ net worth is estimated at .0 million from record sales and appearances.
In an interview with MTV, he discussed recording with Miley: "Actually, I'm going to sing on one of the tracks on her next album.
I can't say much about it right now, but we will be collaborating." In 2006, Cyrus co-wrote a song called "Country Music Has the Blues" on Billy Ray's 2006 album Wanna Be Your Joe.
For one of Metro Station’s music videos, Cyrus and Song filmed a wedding scene together.
The video follows singer Trace Cyrus and his real-life girlfriend, actress Brenda Song, as they marry (but not for real) in Las Vegas' famed Little White Chapel.
"As real as the video feels, obviously Brenda and I didn't really get married during the shoot," Cyrus says.
The song features guest appearances by Loretta Lynn and George Jones.
Cyrus was a guitarist and vocalist in the pop rock band Metro Station.