Miley Cyrus was spotted enjoying a romantic evening out with British actor Douglas Booth at Soho House in West Hollywood on Friday (29.08.14).
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer - who met Douglas, 22, on the set of the teen drama 'LOL' in 2012 - are believed to have grown close during filming and are said to have struck up a close friendship again after they were spotted ''laughing and flirting'' at Soho House on Friday (29.08.14)
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Miley and Douglas looked very intimate with each other on Friday night.
''There was a lot of laughing and flirting. They're both single and have always been attracted to each other.''
The pair are believed to have grown apart when filming ended and Miley became engaged to her former fiance Liam Hemsworth - from whom she split in September 2013 - but now the 21-year-old singer is keen to repair her relationship with the London-born star.
The source added: ''It has been a while since they were really close on the set of 'LOL'.
''They had lots to catch up on and it reminded them of the special friendship they once shared. Plus Miley's into the idea of dating a British guy.''
Meanwhile, Douglas has previously praised the 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker but described their first meeting as ''awkward'' as they immediately began filming intimate scenes together on the set.
He said: ''We actually filmed the sex scenes on the first day, so it was incredibly awkward.
''Miley is great and in a completely different stratosphere from me.''
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