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Things may still be up in the air for Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. One week after the media reported that the couple had split, Liam is back home in L.A. and Miley is once again wearing her engagement ring. Plus, Liam grew a beard and Miley made a dancing-unicorn video. What does it all mean?
On the one hand, we have reports claiming that they never broke up in the first place. A HollywoodLife source says that "it was all stupid rumors," and the relationship is "stronger than ever." Miley herself has tweeted that she only stopped wearing her ring because she was getting it repaired. And their reps have also denied a split.
Even if they're not broken up, the relationship appears to have hit a rough patch. Liam was caught flirting with January Jones and Emma Watson over Oscars weekend, then flew off to Australia and Manila. Miley was so upset about all the cheating rumors that she quit Twitter (for about half a second). And now we have a Life & Style article claiming that Miley has been recording a song about Liam's "betrayal."
Will Hemsworth and Cyrus weather this storm? We don't think so, and here's why: They are dealing with the drama in completely opposite ways. Liam literally left the country and has been spending time by himself, away from the L.A. madness. Meanwhile, Miley kept tweeting, lounged around in a bikini in front of photographers, and made a video of herself twerking in a unicorn costume. Not exactly presenting a united front, are they?
We're actually surprised that Miley has kept up her usual attention-seeking behavior with so much stress in her relationship. Maybe now would be a time to step away from social media for a while, and try to handle things privately. If their engagement is on the rocks, how must Liam feel about her posting goofy dance videos while he's halfway around the world? It seems like she's more concerned about keeping her fans happy than anything else right now. Totally speculating here, but maybe that's why the relationship is in jeopardy in the first place.