Some people hatch plans to fly planes into your concerts.
Others make up blatant, tasteless lies in order to win tickets.
Such is the increasingly hectic life of Miley Cyrus, a.k.a. Hannah Montana. But the singer is trying to roll with it as best she can.
In response to a recent scandal, Miley is speaking out about the 6-year-old Texas girl who won Hannah Montana concert tickets last month after her mother concocted a story about her father dying in Iraq.
Suffice it to say, the girl's mom, Prescilla Ceballos, was outed and the lie exposed. Ceballos apologized, but the damage was done.
In an interview with Good Morning America, Miley Cyrus, 15, termed the situation "upsetting." Once Prescilla Ceballos' lie was exposed, contest sponsors took the tickets and other prizes away from the winner.
"I was really kind of upset. I mean, that's just not a cool scenario," says Cyrus. "But it just shows what people will do for a ticket."
Cyrus also says she is aware of just how desperate fans are for tickets to her concerts, even if it means burning holes in parents' wallets.
"People are paying thousands and thousands of dollars to come see one show. So we have to give 120 percent each time," she says.
Why not 125? Step it up, Miley.
Cyrus had no additional comment on her rumor breakup with Nick Jonas, or the racy photo scandal that shook the celebrity news world last month.