Teenage star Miley Cyrus was very upset to learn a mother of a Hannah Montana fan faked a competition to win tickets to her sold out show by pretending the girl’s father had been killed in Iraq.The pop sensation was shocked to hear that Texan Priscilla Ceballos had submitted the fictional, contest-winning essay earlier this month. Competition organizers took back the prizes that were awarded to Ceballos’ daughter Alexis, including a Hannah Montana make-over and an all expenses paid trip to a concert in Albany, New York when the lie came to light.The opening line of Alexis’ essay read, "My daddy died this year in Iraq." But Priscilla confessed, "We did the essay and that’s what we did to win. We did whatever we could do to win." In an interview set to air on TV show Good Morning American on Monday Cyrus says, "I was really kind of upset. I mean, that’s just not a cool scenario."But it just shows what people will do for a ticket."