The Disney Channel series propelled star Miley Cyrus, who played a schoolgirl moonlighting as a pop singer, to international fame and spawned 2009's big screen outing, Hannah Montana: The Movie. It aired its final episode in the US on Sunday night.
The show's cast took to their Twitter accounts over the weekend to share their thoughts on the conclusion with fans. Mitchel Musso (Oliver) said that the comedy would "really live on forever as a great part of my life", while Jason Earles (Jackson) wrote: "Thanks to all the fans that made it so special. Enjoy the very last one. Love ya guys (sic)."
He later said that he "loved" his goodbye scene and paid tribute to co-star Moises Arias (Rico), saying: "Thanks for the memories."
Billy Ray Cyrus, who plays Robby, also thanked fans for their "love and support" as he prepared to watch the finale, writing: "Talk about going full circle :)"
According to the Daily Mail, Cyrus - who deleted her Twitter account in 2009 - spent the weekend in New Orleans working on her upcoming movie So Undercover. However, she previously said that she will always be Hannah, despite the series ending and the need to move on.
"That was just me with a wig on. It was all my morals, my songs, my inspiration," she explained. "I was the one telling girls to live their dreams. That was not Hannah Montana, that was me. It's just that now I'm not doing it with a blonde wig anymore or with glitter and all that stuff."
Disney first confirmed that the show would be ending back in January 2010.