She's here! Miley Cyrus is finally here at 7 tonight. And no matter what parents think of the tween idol — questionable taste in boyfriends, provocative photo shoots, faux "pole" dance on a teen awards show — the kids still love the 17-year-old Hannah Montana star. But there could be tears outside the St. Pete Times Forum if you fail to follow the paperless ticket rules. You remember, right? When you bought the "tickets," there was no real ticket. All parents have to do is bring a photo ID and the credit card used to buy spots in the venue to gain entry. All members of the party must be present at the same time to enter. After the credit card is swiped, an usher will give each person a seat locator slip. And then let the real screaming begin. Metro Station, a band led by Miley's brother, opens the show. Now, where did we put those earplugs?