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Miley, Demi, Selena: Which one of them can still get a hit era?

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Since starting their careers together on Disney Channel, they've all had some notable mainstream success.

But they haven't been doing too hot recently. Miley's Midnight Sky was a moderate hit in the US, but her album plunged out of the charts quickly after Dua added "Prisoner" to Future Nostalgia. Demi hasn't seen the Top 10 since early 2017, despite collabs with high-profile radio darlings like Ariana Grande and Sam Smith. Selena's era ended as quickly as it began, with her now seemingly fleeing music to focus on acting and producing TV shows.

Do you think any of them still has the potential to serve a hit era?
Not just one moderate hit; but an era with at least 2-3 moderate/semi-big hits?

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I think Selena. I just think she'll be able to pop out a song that's with whatever is popular at the time – even if its a feature.

 

Miley is somewhat close to doing so but it doesn't seem like people are really checking for her lately. And Demi... well that's just hilarious. 

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Probably Selena. She can always release uninteresting song after song that just happens to fit whatever's trend there is so she will get hits. Ha ex-boyfriend possesses similar talent.

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