Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus, who is making a comeback to the music world with her fourth studio album, has signed with Britney Spears ex-manager.
Larry Rudolph, best known for guiding the career of Spears, has taken on the 20-year-old former Disney star as a client, reported the Hollywood reporter.
The two officially began working together earlier this month.
In February 2012, Cyrus split from longtime manager Jason Morey, who has since gone on to helm management duties at 19 Entertainment, home to American Idol.
Cyrus recently signed with RCA Records, announcing in January that she was working with Dr Luke on her next album.
Other collaborators for the future release include Hit-Boy, Da Internz and Pharrell Williams.
A release date for Cyrus' forthcoming album is yet to be announced.