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Hannah Montana, More Gold Than Silver

Does she go by Miley Cyrus or Hannah Montana?

Hannah Montana's at the Fort Worth Convention Center tonight -- oh, come on, like you didn't know that. But it's not too late to get your ducats to tonight's sold-out show: We've located plenty on eBay, ranging from $102.50 for a single ticket in Section H to $1,850 for a pair on the floor (and 13 folks have bid on 'em thus far). Sound like parking won't be a beating at all. Course, you could just stay home and sue Hannah Montana because you couldn't get in. But you probably wanna spend $5,000 for Billy Joel tickets, doncha. --Robert Wilonsky

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