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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's marriage ended in disaster. Do these new songs of Miley's suggest foul play?

Does Miley Cyrus’s new songs reveal Liam Hemsworth’s infidelity?

Miley Cyrus is a well-known American singer, songwriter, and actress. She rose to fame as the lead character in the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana and has since released several successful albums and starred in various movies and TV shows. Cyrus has become known for her bold fashion choices, advocacy for LGBTQ+ rights, and unique style of pop music that incorporates elements of country, rock, and hip-hop.

Miley is well-known for being controversial, but has recently rebranded following her latest album release Endless Summer Vacation. This album isn’t without controversy however it appears the fingers are pointing at Miley’s ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. 

Cyrus’s career

Miley Cyrus began her career in the entertainment industry as a child actor, appearing in various TV shows and films. However, it was when she landed the leading role in the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana that she became a household name. The show was top-rated, and Cyrus quickly became a teen sensation.

After Hannah Montana ended, Cyrus began to pursue music more seriously. She released several successful albums, including Bangerz and Plastic Hearts, which showcased her unique style and versatility as a pop artist.

In addition to her music career, Cyrus has also acted in various films and TV shows, including The Last Song, Two and a Half Men, and Black Mirror. She has also been a coach on the singing competition show The Voice.

Throughout her career, Cyrus has been known for her bold fashion choices and willingness to speak out on social and political issues. She has become an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and frequently uses her platform to raise awareness for important causes.

Relationships turned sour

Miley Cyrus has been in several high-profile relationships throughout her career in the entertainment industry. She was in a relationship with actor Liam Hemsworth from 2009 to 2013, and the two got engaged in 2012, but they called off the engagement in 2013.

After her split with Hemsworth, Miley went on to date Patrick Schwarzenegger, the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger, but their relationship ended in 2015. In 2016, Miley began dating actor Liam Hemsworth again, and the two got engaged once more in 2016. They eventually got married in December 2018, but they announced their separation in August 2019.

Since separating from Hemsworth, Miley has been linked to several other celebrities, including Kaitlynn Carter and Cody Simpson.

Hemsworth vs. Cyrus

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus first met in 2009 on the set of their film, The Last Song, and they began dating soon after. They quickly became one of Hollywood’s most talked-about couples, with fans admiring their chemistry on and off-screen.

In 2012, Liam proposed to Miley with a 3.5-carat diamond ring, but the engagement was short-lived, and the couple announced their split in 2013.

However, in 2016, Liam and Miley rekindled their romance after spending time together in Australia. They became engaged once again in 2016, and fans were thrilled when they got married in December 2018 in a private ceremony at their home in Tennessee. Unfortunately, their marriage did not last, and in August 2019, Liam & Miley announced their separation. 

It hasn’t been addressed since until this year when Miley appeared to snub Hemsworth in her single “Flowers”. The tune of the song is said to mirror Bruno Mars’s “When I Was Your Man” which was reportedly played at the couple’s wedding. The single itself was released on Liam Hemsworth’s birthday and the music video is said to hold many Easter eggs pointing at their relationship.

“The demo of “Flowers” is pretty different from what ended up being released to the world as this, like, celebratory song. It actually is more melancholy,” she says her Disney+ special, Miley Cyrus – Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions). “Really, when you strip away all the sounds and all the big harmonies, there’s a lot of sadness to it. But I’ve always—I’ve liked the idea of ‘fake it ’til you make it.’ 

“And on the first chorus, I’m kind of telling myself, and I’m trying to convince myself, and by the third chorus you can hear that there’s a confidence that I finally believe it. And I think you can hear that a lot in the demo because everything is just stripped away so you can really hear the evolution of that song.”

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