Miley Cyrus doesn’t seem like the jealous type, but should she be? Liam Hemsworth’s fame has skyrocketed thanks to his small part in The Hunger Games, so all eyes are going to be on him for a while. And, along with those eyes will be new scripts and roles. In fact, Liam is already busy working on another movie, AWOL, with a beautiful fresh actress, Teresa Palmer. And, Palmer was very candid about locking lips with Cyrus’ real life boyfriend.
Speaking about their kiss, Palmer said, “I did get to kiss Liam.” But, talk quickly turned to AWOL, and the young actress said, “It’s very much a Notebook style movie. I try desperately not to fall in love with a soldier who’s gone AWOL from the Vietnam War, but that soldier is Liam Hemsworth! It’s sort of a bittersweet romance between them. It’s heartbreaking and beautiful. Liam is lovely. He’s the most perfect male costar.”
As far as Miley Cyrus is concerned, Hemsworth is the most perfect boyfriend. Cyrus and Hemsworth have been making sweet music on and off for three years now, and though there have been rumors of rifts here and there, they’ve been a solid pair. So, do you think Cyrus should be jealous of Hemworth kidding other women, or is it just work?
Will Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s relationship hit the rocks? Probably. Almost all relationships do—sooner or later. But according to a psychologist who specializes in the psychological effects of fame, Miley and Liam’s big break-up could come any day. In fact, the couple’s hot romance is probably already swirling headlong in a downward spiral towards splitsville.
So, who is this harbinger of doom with a Ph.D? Her name is Dr Jeannette Delamoir, and she thinks Liam and Miley will not survive the new-found fame he’s garnering from his starring role in The Hunger Games. Dr. Delamoir doesn’t think La Cyrus will be able to deal with Liam becoming more famous than she is.
“Miley was much more famous and now he has eclipsed her. That will put huge pressure on them,” opines Dr. Delamoir. “They are probably arguing about it already.”
Yikes. Talk about harbingers of doom.
Assuming the good doctor knows what she’s talking about, a question that begs to be answered is: Has Liam Hemsworth really eclipsed Miley Cyrus? It’s true that he’s getting a tremendous amount of praise and publicity from his Hunger Games role. He’s even being touted by the press as the “new Robert Pattinson.” But who knows how long all that will last? Cyrus has been a Disney mega-child star, an actress with a long-running hit TV series, Hannah Montana, and a world-famous superstar pop singer. Although she’s only 19, she’s been around for a while. With all due respect to Liam Hemsworth, after the dust from the Hunger Games and its inevitable sequels settles, he may prove to be a one trick pony.
Another problem with Dr. Delamoir’s theory is that when relationships end because of career jealousy, it’s usually the man who leaves because his ego won’t allow him to accept his wife’s or girlfriend’s greater success. That’s not usually the case with women. Most accept their husbands’ or boyfriends’ greater success as the “natural order.” If Liam Hemsworth was the kind of wimp who’d be intimidated by his woman’s success, he would have bailed long ago. Unless, of course, he’s just using Miley for publicity and connections. In that case, he might indeed dump her when he feels he’s famous enough and rich enough on his own. Time will tell.
And speaking of wealth, Dr. Delamoir has implied that Miley will be the one to feel threatened by Liam’s success and leave. A brief review of the facts reveals that Miley Cyrus is worth a whopping $120 million. Liam Hemsworth, not so much. The Australian hunk’s bank account totals a paltry $1.5 million. If Miley dumps him, it would be because she might fear he’s a gold digger, not because she’s jealous of his success. In fact, (duh) his new success will probably end the financial disparity between them.
Speaking of jealousy, could La Delamoir be jealous of Miley? Possibly. Doctors are not immune to such emotions. As for Liam Hemsworth’s opinions about his new fame, new life, and still steady relationship, he’s keeping them to himself.
“You try to keep your life as personal as possible, that’s why it’s my personal life,” Liam explained. “Then I have my work life, but there is not a lot you can do about it all.”
It has been reported that The Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth and his multi talented girlfriend Miley Cyrus have decided to buy a farm together. It is no secret that Miley is a bit of an animal lover, especially dogs, and she has always been keen on having her own farm.
An friend of the couple explained, “Miley has always been an animal person, ever since she was a little girl and she loves her and Liam’s dogs to bits. But she has always talked about having her own farm and getting her hands dirty in the running of it.”
They added, “Obviously they will need to get somebody in who knows exactly what they are doing and can take care of the place while Liam and Miley are working but Miley is very serious about pulling her weight on the farm and really making it work.”
It is not yet known exactly how many of what animals Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus have on their farm and it is believed that neither of them have any real farming experience. However, they do both have plenty of cash, so paying someone to run the place for them will be no problem.
Miley and Liam have been together for a few years but he’s always just been her plus-one, the pretty boy that she drags down the red carpet. But now Liam’s on the cusp of being one of the most famous men on the planet due to his leading role in the blockbuster The Hunger Games, meaning that Miley and her man are graduating to A-list celebrity couple status.
Miley Cyrus produces and stars in this religious comedy from Paramount Pictures and writers Jack Angelo and Sam Brown.
Distributor(s): Paramount Pictures
Starring: Miley Cyrus
Themes: Message From God,Nothing Goes Right
Country of Origin: USA (zz-zz-2012)
Featured Cast & Crew
Producer(s): Tish Cyrus, Andrew Panay, Miley Cyrus
Writer(s): Sam Brown
Screenwriter: Jack Angelo
Miley Cyrus spent her Friday night watching a UFC fight. The former “Hannah Montana” star probably should have been enjoying herself, but just couldn’t handle the violence.
“If I have to watch UFC for one more second I am going to scream!” Cyrus tweeted on Friday evening.
It seems Miley just isn’t a fan of the mixed martial arts.
Of course, not everyone can stomach watching two men beat each other bloody. “Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I am so over watching these fools hit each other! Think that’s a wrap on me! Night night people,” Miley wrote.
Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus has been busy supporting her boyfriend, Liam Hemsowrth, who has been promoting his new film “The Hunger Games.”
The couple, who recently denied engagement rumors, have been spotted at events, premieres, and red carpets all over Hollywood.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have a great thing going and even though they aren’t engaged, that doesn’t mean that they aren’t very much in love. The couple spends a lot of time together when they can, and some fans wonder how they keep the spark alive (despite the two of them being so good-looking).
Perhaps Miley and Liam get inspired by movies like The Notebook or P.S. I Love You, or maybe they look to other celebrity couples like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt or Ice-T and Coco. Wait, what? Yes, you read that right. Evidently Miley thinks that Ice and Coco are “romantic!”
“Ice Loves Coco is so romantic,” Miley Cyrus tweeted on Saturday. The show does have its moments, and if that’s something that is keeping Miley inspired in her relationship, then so be it! Surely she doesn’t get all of her relationship advice from reality television but if Ice and Coco are doing something right, maybe Miley and Liam will follow in their footsteps.
When successful pop singer and former Disney teen idol Miley Cyrus walked into Hollywood’s Henson Recording Studios last fall to record her contribution to the Chimes of Freedom charity compilation project featuring the songs of Bob Dylan, who knew that she would be forging a possible career in country music.
Along with songwriter and producer John Shanks [Sheryl Crow, Keith Urban, Bon Jovi], who has worked with Miss Cyrus on her previous two releases [The Time of Our Lives and Can’t Be Tamed, plus her chart-topper “The Climb”], the song she chose was “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go”.
It was originally written and recorded by Dylan and appeared as a cut on arguably his best album, 1975’s Blood on the Tracks.
The legendary songwriter was at a critical impasse in his personal life when “Lonesome” was recorded in September 1974 in New York City. He and his first wife, Sara, were experiencing their first major marital problems, which would ultimately end in divorce three years later.
Miley Cyrus is reportedly working on a new movie about ‘a young woman’s broken promise to God.’ Are you surprised she’s doing a faith-driven movie after her controversial anti-religious tweets?
Miley Cyrus and her family have always been proud of their Christianity and are now working on a script for a movie with Paramount about “a young woman’s broken promise to God,” in which the 19-year-old starlet will star and produce, reports MileyCyrus.bz.
“There was a meeting for the film three weeks ago, a table reading two weeks ago and they’ve been working on the scripts for the film since the March 18, 2012,” the story says, adding that the film is currently called “Miley Cyrus 2013 Project” and will also be produced by Miley’s mom, Tish.
Many of Miley’s fans thought she had departed from her faith, since she recently supported an evolutionary philosopher on Twitter.
“Beautiful,” Miley tweeted with a photo of a theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss.
On the photo is one of his quotes reading, “You are all stardust. You couldn’t be here if stars hadn’t exploded, because the elements (carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, all the things that matter for evolution) weren’t created at the beginning of time. They were created in stars. So forget Jesus. Stars died so you can live.”
Apparently, she’s not forgetting Jesus after all.