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How Well Do You Know Hannah Montana?

posted by Nell Minow

THE ULTIMATE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE QUIZ!
Sweet niblets! Think you know Miley and her new movie better than anyone in the world? Well, put yourself to the test with this ultimate Hannah Montana: The Movie quiz. These questions are toughies, so make sure you brush up on your film knowledge before you put pen to paper. Good luck!hannah_montana_the_movie31.jpg
ROUND ONE: MOVIE MANIA!
These questions are all about Miley’s mega musical movie. Ready, set, go…
QUESTION ONE
Who is the first Hannah Montana character to appear on screen at the start of the film?
QUESTION TWO
What’s the name of the first song Hannah sings at the opening concert?
QUESTION THREE
What’s the name of the British tabloid magazine trying to get a big scoop on Hannah?
QUESTION FOUR
Which famous TV star has a fight with Hannah over a pair of shoes?
QUESTION FIVE
What is written on the sign above the entrance to Lilly’s birthday party?
QUESTION SIX
On which pier is Lilly’s party held?
QUESTION SEVEN
What color is Lilly’s skateboarding helmet?
QUESTION EIGHT
What color is the top layer of Lilly’s birthday cake?
QUESTION NINE
True or False? The drums at Lilly’s party are pink.
QUESTION TEN
What song does Hannah sing at Lilly’s party?
QUESTION ELEVEN
What’s the name of the town where Miley grew up in the movie?
QUESTION TWELVE
What animal can be heard when Hannah touches down in Tennessee?


QUESTION THIRTEEN
What color are Hannah’s suitcases?
QUESTION FOURTEEN
What’s the name of Miley’s horse in the movie?
QUESTION FIFTEEN
What does Miley buy her grandma for her birthday?
QUESTION SIXTEEN
What pet does Miley’s cousin hold at her grandma’s house party?
QUESTION SEVENTEEN
What song does Taylor Swift sing during the fundraiser?
QUESTION EIGHTEEN
What animal turns up in Jackson’s pocket during the mayor’s meal?
QUESTION NINETEEN
What seafood is served during the mayor’s meal?
QUESTION TWENTY
What song does Miley sing with her dad during the film?
ROUND TWO: WORD UP!
Ready for round two? Of course you are! See if you can match each of these quotes to the character who says it in the movie…
QUOTE ONE
“You are the only pop star I know who can’t get into her own concert!”
QUOTE TWO
“Don’t forget! It’s your turn to wash the dishes tonight.”
QUOTE THREE
“See you around, Smiley Miley!”
QUOTE FOUR
“Did you do something to your tail?”
QUOTE FIVE
“I just blew out my candles and I’ve already got my birthday wish.”
ROUND THREE: THE NAME GAME!
Can you name these five Hannah Montana characters from the movie? Good luck…
QUESTION ONE
What’s the name of Hannah’s glamorous publicist?
QUESTION TWO
What’s the name of the sneaky tabloid journalist?
QUESTION THREE
What’s the name of the ostrich that bites Jackson?
QUESTION FOUR
What’s the name of Miley’s creepy cousin?
QUESTION FIVE
What’s the name of the country band who turn up in the movie?
Answers coming next week!



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