Miley’s company, Smiley Miley Inc., applied for a trademark of the name Bandit and Bardot on December 1. The singer’s company asked for the rights to use the name Bandit and Bardot for “entertainment services, namely, live musical performances by a musical band; entertainment services, namely, live performances by professional singer, musician, and entertainer and entertainment, namely, live music concerts,” Rolling Stone reported on December 17.
The Don’t Call Me Angel singer also requested that the trademark apply to “musical sound recordings; musical video recordings; pre-recorded CDs, DVDs, audio discs, video discs, and other recorded media featuring music; downloadable audio recordings and downloadable video recordings featuring music; downloadable multimedia files featuring music; Audio and video recordings featuring music, concerts, and entertainment; downloadable ring tones for mobile devices; software applications for mobile devices featuring music and entertainment and cases for phones and electronic devices.”
The trademark appears to be for both Miley, 27, and Cody, 22. Bandit & Bardot recently created an Instagram account and it’s only following the pair, who recently revealead that they were taking a break.
On December 6, Cody teased that he was going to collaborate with Miley in the near future, but didn’t go into much detail. “We're looking at it,” he told E! at the 2019 GQ Men of the Year party. “We are getting all the songs down and then seeing who would make sense for what. It's going to be cool. It's going to be pretty much a rock album. A lot of guitar.”
He added, “Working on a project at the moment and recording throughout the holidays and should have an album out next year.”
Miley and Cody have certainly bonded over their love for music. The Australian singer released the song “Golden Thing” in October, which was inspired by their relationship.
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