You won't believe what Miley Cyrus is saying about Liam Hemsworth now!
I always had my suspicions on the status of Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's relationship. They may have just recently confirmed the end of their engagement, but I always believed they were broken up all along, which is I wasn't at all surprised when I heard Miley wanted to leave her Hunger Games hottie boyfriend months ago. In fact, she recently confessed that her new breakup song, "Drive" was actually about him. Shocker!
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The 20-year-old pop star revealed in an interview with Fashion Magazine, for their November issue (hitting newsstands Oct. 7) that her new single "Drive," from her upcoming album was inspired by her rocky relationship. "I wrote it while I was working on Valentine's Day--emotionally it was such a hard time," she told the magazine. "It is about needing to leave someone but not really wanting to completely cut yourself off from the relationship. It's a time when you want to leave, but you can't. It's also about moving on." That would explain why Miley continued to drag this on for so long. Good news is she does seem to be moving on.
At this point it's clear that Miley is hurting. From the moment it first came out, everyone knew her song, "Wrecking Ball" was referring to her relationship with Liam. Then there was her scandalous performance at the MTV VMAs and the poor girl even cried while performing "Wrecking Ball" live at the iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas. I'm pretty sure the pictures of Liam making out with Mexican actress Eiza González haven't made things any easier.
The girl is obviously hitting a rough patch in her life right now. I really do feel for her and I think it was not only distasteful, but kind of cruel on Liam's part to be caught making out with another woman just ONE day after announcing their split. It's definitely not an easy thing to go through, but I'm confident Miley will be back on her feet in no time!
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