Miley Cyrus Reportedly Ruins 7-Year-Old Cancer Patient's Make-A-Wish Moment

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You know things went bad when you need Justin Bieber to make everything better...The Biebs is reportedly being asked to come to the rescue of a 7-year-old cancer patient whose Make-A-Wish wish was ruined by Miley Cyrus.

According to, the twerking queen accidentally damaged Miley Hodge's Make-A-Wish wish when she paid more attention to a new studio than the sick child during their visit.

"The family went to Los Angeles and were put off for nearly a week before they met [Cyrus]. They finally met at the recording studio and from what I understand, Cyrus was more interested in what she was doing in the studio than paying attention to the little girl," a family friend told the site. When approached for comment, Miley's dad Bert insisted the family was "grateful for the chance to meet Cyrus in person."

Even though the little girl met the singer, her family wants to give their daughter to get what she's wanted all along and that's the opportunity to meet Bieber. Miley suffers from Stage IV Osteosarcoma, an aggressive form of bone cancer. Doctors told her family last December that she had just four-to-six months to live.

So far Beliebers are doing all they can on Twitter to get Bieber to meet the ailing girl. Tweeting #JustinMeetMiley and recently #Pray4Miley, her family, along with the organization Believe4Children, are hoping to get her wish granted. Celebrities like Diddy, Tara Reid, Kelly Osbourne and Bieber's pal Milk Tyson have helped get Justin's attention about meeting the girl too.

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