Miley Cyrus has apologised to her British fans after she was unable to attend the premiere of The Last Song in London. The Hannah Montana star had been scheduled to attend the screening in Leicester Square last night, but volcanic ash from Iceland disrupted air travel and stopped her flying into Britain. Writing on her official website, she said:
"To all of my fans in the UK, I am so sorry that I was unable to fly to London to be with you all in person at the European premiere... especially as the event is in aid of such a great cause, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. "Thank you to everyone who bought tickets to support the appeal to raise money to redevelop the hospital, your contribution means a lot."
She continued to describe The Last Song as a "really important movie" to her, and said that co-star Liam Hemsworth and director Julie Anne Robinson were also "really disappointed" that they could not attend. Cyrus also added a message to fans in Rome and Munich, saying: "I am so sorry I cannot be there with you. I really hope you enjoy the film and I hope to see you soon!"