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Does Miley Cyrus Write Her Own Songs? 3 Weird Questions, Answered

Wetpaint Entertainment is here to set the record straight on matters related to your favorite stars — from Matt Damon's character mortality to Charlie Sheen's dental situation.

We grabbed some of the most burning queries made to Google, Bing, and more hoping to shed some light on some hot topics. Get some answers below!

Does Matt Damon Ever Die in a Movie?

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This is actually a really good question. We're going to explore this, but we've removed all the movie names and replaced them with IMDb links. No spoilers!

He was the titular saved character in that one movie, obviously. There’s even a certain remake he stars in where his character normally would have died, as he did in the original, but didn’t, as if they wrote around it. It would seem that Matt Damon’s characters never die, and that he is perpetually destined to be the old-as-dirt top-level narrator at the end, reflecting on the film's events.

Oh, except that one time, but it’s a real pain in the butt. Regardless, the answer is yes! He totally dies in at least one movie.

We’re no dentists, and beauty/badness is in the eye of the beholder. So see for yourself below!

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(Kind of, yeah.)

Does Miley Cyrus Write Her Own Songs?

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Not all of them! Timothy and Theron Thomas wrote “We Can’t Stop” for Rihanna before Miley picked it up, and Ke$ha was famously paid only $1.63 for Miley’s 2009 track, “The Time Of Our Lives.”

Miley did write — or at least co-write — some of her songs, though! BMI lists 41 credits to Miley’s name, including "See You Again" and "Can’t Be Tamed." She even added some of her own touches to "We Can’t Stop" — as she eventually got a writing credit on that, too.

Sources: BMI, VIBE, WENN

07.24.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Sarah Anne Lloyd
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