Trending 11th May 2017 by Grace McGettigan
Miley’s Wearing Her Engagement Ring On The Cover Of Her New Single And Fans Are Losing Their Sh*t
Their wedding was called off back in 2013.
Miley Cyrus has recently rekindled her relationship with Liam Hemsworth after calling off their engagement back in 2013, but a new photo shared on her Instagram has proven that the wedding is back on.
In the photo, which will be used as the artwork for her new single Malibu, Miley is lying down on the grass and her engagement ring is clearly visible on her left hand. What’s even cuter is that Liam is reportedly the person who took the photo.
She and Liam are in a much happier place now, and the 24-year-old has even dedicated the new song to her future husband, telling Billboard, “They’re going to talk about me if I come out of a restaurant with Liam. So why not put the power back in my relationship and say, ‘This is how I feel’?”
Miley also said, “We had to re-fall for each other,” because she’s not the same person she was back then. She no longer smokes weed, and she’s taken a step away from the limelight by spending the majority of her time with Liam at their home in Malibu.
Fans have been reacting to the news on Twitter, with one person tweeting, “I know it sounds stupid but I’m just so happy Miley Cyrus is happy and thriving. She deserves happiness! She’s engaged/got a new album! Yay? ”
I know it sounds stupid but I'm just so happy Miley Cyrus is happy and thriving. She deserves happiness! She's engaged/got a new album! Yay?
— Natalie says: (@NKJM8D) May 4, 2017
Liam took this beautiful picture of Miley, and…. she's wearing her engagement ring!! <3 https://t.co/g7IcRpwzp9
— 😉 (@TiAmoSempre238) May 10, 2017
Natural beauty af, eyebrows poppin, ring blingin, Miley is doing the damn thang https://t.co/eYcCAmEb3o
— Krystin Stewart (@krystinstew) May 10, 2017
We’re so happy that these two found love with each other once again. They were always one of our fave celebrity couples, and it’s great that things are finally working out for them.
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