August 25th is declared a national holiday by millennials to celebrate new music releases by Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez

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Both artists announced their singles on August 17th, with Gomez's "Single Soon" teasing her upcoming fourth album

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Cyrus's "Used to Be Young" accompanied by a Backyard Sessions special and interview

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Instead of fostering competition, fans are supporting both Cyrus and Gomez

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Cyrus and Gomez gained fame through shows like "Hannah Montana" and "Wizards of Waverly Place" during the golden age of Disney Channel

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Despite challenges, including criticism of Cyrus's sexuality and Gomez's health battles, both artists persevered

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Cyrus's album "Endless Summer Vacation" and Gomez's ventures like Rare Beauty and "Only Murders in the Building" are hugely successful

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Other Disney Channel alumni, including Demi Lovato, the Jonas Brothers, and Dove Cameron, are also excelling in their respective fields

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Cyrus and Gomez playfully acknowledged their music releases, referencing their on-screen rivalry as Hannah Montana and Mikayla Skeech

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The acknowledgment of their past and current successes fuels speculation about a potential collaboration between the two artists

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The spirit of dreaming big, instilled by Disney Channel, remains a central theme in their journey

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