Miley Cyrus is lending her smokey voice to the all-encompassing message of love in Freeheld, the gay-rights biopic starring Ellen Page and Julianne Moore.
Linda Perry wrote the moving ballad, "Hands of Love," and Cyrus takes to it well as she's done in the past with songs like "Wrecking Ball," and "The Climb."
After missing the Oscar mark for "The Climb" in The Hannah Montana Movie, Cyrus has a chance to make it this year, but with Sam Smith's bond theme among other contenders, it won't be easy to get the Academy's attention.
As problematic as Cyrus can be, she preaches an admirable message of love the majority of the time, and Freeheld is the perfect platform for such a message.
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