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Miley Cyrus opened up about the moment she knew that her marriage to long-time partner actor Liam Hemsworth was over, and she said it came only months after the couple tied the knot in December 2018.
During the 30-year-old pop singer’s latest TikTok series “Used to Be Young,” the former Disney star said it was when she was headlining the Glastonbury Festival in England in June 2019 that she came to the realization that being married to Hemsworth wasn’t going to work in her life.
“Glastonbury was in June, which was when the decision happened that me and Liam’s commitment to being married just really came from, of course, a place of love first — because we’d been together for 10 years — but also from a place of trauma and just trying to rebuild as quickly as [we] could.”
Miley Cyrus on Liam Hemsworth divorce:
“Me and Liam’s commitment to being married, just really came from of course a place of love first cause we’d been together for 10 years. But also from a place of trauma and just trying to rebuild as quick as we could.” pic.twitter.com/qeW6UP1cvc
— Pop Base (@PopBase) September 6, 2023
“The day of the show was the day I had decided that it was no longer going to work in my life to be in that relationship,” she added. “That was another moment where the work, the performance, the character came first.”
“And I guess now that’s why it’s so important to me for me to not be the case [anymore],” the superstar continued. “The human comes first.”
Cyrus and Hemsworth lost their southern California home in the Woolsey wildfire that burned though nearly one hundred thousands acres in August of 2018 and destroyed thousands of structures.
They got engaged in 2012 and finally decided to tie the knot and make their relationship official in an intimate ceremony with only a small group of close friends and family members in December 2018 following their ten-year off-and-on relationship after first meeting on the set of their film in 2009 “The Last Song.”
Less than nine months later, reports surfaced that the two were separating, Page Six noted. A short time later, “The Hunger Games” star filed for divorce. The pair officially became divorced in January 2020, as previously reported.
In her latest song, “Used To Be Young,” Cyrus reflected on what she called the “wild” and “crazy” things she’s done in her past after she recently announced the new music that appears to harken back to her country music roots.