Her hair is formed in a ponytail braid tied with a bow.
Jessie the doll has a character very similar to the one portrayed on the television show. The doll, however, carries a great deal of sadness, as she was abandoned by her original owner, which left her somewhat distrustful.
Also, the fact that Hannah held a concert for children whose parents were stationed overseas just two days after Jesse told Miley about his dad being stationed overseas.
Despite his bad boy image, Jesse is shown to be very sharp, as he was able to deduce Miley was Hannah Montana through observation.
However, a source close to Williams insists that he only recently met Kelly while working on a video game in France — even though they appeared in the movie “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” together in 2013.
Later, in It's the End of the Jake as we Know it, Miley discovers Jake cheated on her and breaks up with him for good, allowing Miley to finally go out with Jesse. Miley cancels a special father-daughter afternoon with her dad to go on a first date with Jesse instead.
“She poured money into this relationship and sacrificed her life for him, and now he wants to go out and be the hot single Hollywood guy.
In the movie, she is a very rare toy modeled after a character on the fictional television show Woody's Roundup, where the characters included Sheriff Woody, Jessie, Stinky Pete the Prospector and Bullseye, Woody's horse.
Years of being in storage have made her somewhat withdrawn, and noticeably afraid of the dark, to the extent of hyperventilating whenever she is inside dark enclosed spaces, or even at just the thought of being abandoned.
But she longs to again be a source of joy to a child, and this wish comes true at the end of Toy Story 2 when Andy accepted her (and Bullseye) into his toy collection.