Miley Cyrus is reportedly keen to embark on a movie project with her fiancé Liam Hemsworth before they get married.
The 24-year-old singer is said to be keen to star in a blockbuster with her 26-year-old fiancée next year before they wed.
A source told Hollywood Life: ''It could be a romantic thing, a comedy, or something in which they play characters who hate each other. But she'd want to do that before getting married because she is happy with how the relationship with Liam is going.''
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Miley Cyrus was photographed and filmed earlier this week kissing lingerie model Stella Maxwell.
It’s hard to keep up with Miley Cyrus’ relationships, philanthropic efforts and career. She’s certainly a whirlwind of productivity and has seemingly been sharing a great deal about her life in interviews over the past few months. However, the 22-year-old still has time for a secret romance. Or rather it was a secret before paparazzi spotted and snapped photographs of Cyrus kissing 24-year-old model Stella Maxwell earlier this week.
Miley Cyrus was spotted kissing model Stella Maxwell earlier this week.
The drama continues for the Cyrus family, fortunately, not over Twitter.
Lately, Miley Cyrus has practically been living her life on twitter, for the benefit of her followers. Little wonder then than now Miley’s family is getting involved in it all, and not in a good way. Just a few days ago, a tweet by the pop star became the center of a little media storm, when she tweeted the following message at her father, Billy Ray Cyrus: “@billyraycyrus: since you won’t reply to my texts I’m giving you an hour to tell the truth or ill tell it for you” Sounds ominous.
Miley seemingly stood up for her family.
The out-of-context tweet was accompanied by an even more out-of-context photo of Billy Ray with a woman - Dylis Croman, his co-star in the Broadway production of Chicago last year, according to TMZ. Though the younger Cyrus has since deleted the Tweet, it doesn’t take long for the speculation to start. Since Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus have recently announced their divorce, it isn’t too difficult to put two and two together and assume that the woman has something to do with the breakup.
After three years of trying to save their marriage, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus have called it quits.
Miley Cyrus might be in the news practically every day, but this time it’s the unfortunate announcement of her parents’ divorce that’s making waves. This time it’s Tish Cyrus, who decided to move forward with the divorce, three years after Billy Ray filed the papers and then withdrew them, presumably in a bid to save the marriage. Noone from the Cyrus clan has released any information and Tish is urging the press to respect the family’s privacy at this time.
"This is a personal matter and we are working to find a resolution that is in the best interest of our family. We ask that you respect our privacy at this time," she tells PEOPLE in a statement.
Billy Ray has reportedly issued a near-identical statement, urging for sensitivity on the matter. This probably means news outlets should hold off on the "achy breaky heart" puns. A big part of the divorce proceedings is shaping up to be the custody battle over the Cyruses’ youngest child, 13-year-old Noah, who, as a minor, still requires a guardian. Tish is reportedly seeking full custody over the teenager, affording visitation rights to the father. In addition, she also wants spousal support and full coverage of her legal fees by Billy Ray - essentially the standard arrangement in such cases. No word from Miley on the whole story yet.
The family that goes into showbiz together, clearly does not stay together.
Despite all the success Miley’s been having lately, there’s still trouble in Cyrus paradise, as Billy Ray and Tish, Miley’s parents, are divorcing. This is their second go at a divorce, after Billy Ray filed the papers three years ago, but then withdrew the claim to try and rebuild the marriage. The couple do have a lot on the line – they’ve been married for 13 years and have five children together. Only one of those children is still a minor – Noah Cyrus, who is only 13. Unsurprisingly, Tish has asked for full custody with visitation rights for Billy Ray. Her plea also includes spousal support and coverage of all her legal fees.
According to a report by TMZ, it was Tish who made the first move this time, citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason. Clearly, a lot has been going on behind the scenes since we last checked in with the Cyrus family, but this is how they intend to keep the matter – private." Tish tells TMZ, "This is a personal matter and we are working to find a resolution that is in the best interest of our family. We ask that you respect our privacy at this time."
Miley on the other hand, seems less keen on the whole privacy thing, instead using her twitter feed to reach out to her father. Well, “reaching out” might not be the appropriate term here. Yesterday, the “We Can’t Stop” singer tweeted the following message @billyraycyrus: "since your texts and email obviously aren't working would you like to talk like this?"
Tish Cyrus and Miley Cyrus - Tish Cyrus, Noah Cyrus and Miley Cyrus Los Angeles, California - Miley Cyrus arriving at Paty's Restaurant in Toluca Lake to go out to breakfast with her mother and sister Tuesday 12th October 2010
Tish Cyrus - Noah Cyrus and Tish Cyrus Hollywood, California - arriving at an audition for 'Wizards of Waverly Place' at Hollywood studios Wednesday 6th October 2010
Tish Cyrus - Tish Cyrus, Miley Cyrus Los Angeles, California - 16th Annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women held at the LA Memorial Coliseum Saturday 9th May 2009
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