Miley Cyrus is ready for another, more age-appropriate close-up.

Just a few days after her Vanity Fair photo flap exploded to epic proportions—and a few days after rumors swirled that Disney would be keeping a closer watch over the Mouse House moneymaker—the tween queen is getting ready to return to the spotlight, prepping to make her first postscandal public appearance at a concert this weekend.

E! News has confirmed that the 15-year-old, who has been working in Nashville this week on her upcoming Hannah Montana movie, will go forward as planned with a special concert set to take place at (where else?) the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando on Saturday.

Cyrus was definitely not in a chatty mood when she was corned by a camera crew in a Target parking lot.

Asked how she was holding up, Cyrus simply said, "Good, thank you."

When the questions turned to her Annie Leibovitz snaps, however, Cyrus issued a "no comment."

Meanwhile, though the concert is getting filmed this weekend, the singing spot won't be televised until this summer, when it will air as part of the cable network's Disney Channel Games, a competition series which, in addition to Cyrus, will feature appearances from fellow homegrown network talent the Jonas Brothers, the Cheetah Girls' Sabrina Bryan, Adrienne Bailon and Kiely Williams and Dylan and Cole Sprouse.

As far as Cyrus' participation continuing as scheduled, Disney spokeswoman Brenda Kelly Grant told E! News that "nothing has changed on our production."

The weekend concert will also help to ease Cyrus back into a bigger spotlight, which she will no doubt feel when she returns to an even bigger stage May 10, when she is scheduled to perform at KIIS-FM's annual Wango Tango concert in Orange County.

—Reporting by Whitney English

(Originally published April 30, 1:58 p.m. PT.)

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