Miley Cyrus is, allegedly, spending a lonely summer at her house in Hidden Hills.
According to Globe, Miley Cyrus is still single and this is why her summer will be lonely.
The tabloid’s assumption doesn’t make sense. And what made it even more questionable was the fact that they mentioned Cyrus’ exes, Liam Hemsworth and Cody Simpson.
Miley Cyrus sulking at home
Since Hemsworth and Simpson are, reportedly, dating and Cyrus isn’t, the latter is spending a lonely summer at home.
“So far, Miley is currently without a man in her life and it’s been a lonely summer. Meanwhile, Liam and Cody are happily dating their new gals, who are carbon copies of Miley – tall and slim with light hair and light eyes,” the source said.
Miley Cyrus blindsided by Liam Hemsworth, Cody Simpson
The insider also claimed that Cyrus is blindsided by her exes. After all, she didn’t, allegedly, expect that they would move on this quickly after they split.
Years ago, the “Wrecking Ball” singer, allegedly, blindsided her ex-husband when she called it quits after just eight months. Immediately after, Cyrus got into a brief relationship with Kaitlynn Carter.
And when this didn’t work out, the former child star dated Simpson. However, the latter was the one that called it quits with Cyrus because Simpson, allegedly, realized that they were better off as friends.
While it is true that Miley Cyrus is still single today, this doesn’t mean that she’s having a lonely summer. After all, the singer has a lot of things lined up in her career.
The singer enjoys being single
Earlier this year, Cyrus also said that she’s loving being single. She said that she prefers to date once the pandemic is over.
“I have no problem not having a boyfriend,” Cyrus said in a clip from Hannah Montana.
She also said that she’s having a blast being single because she’s able to do whatever she wants.
The singer’s statements prove that the tabloid’s claims are incorrect. By the looks of it, they are just speculating on Cyrus’ life because this is the longest time that she’s been single since 2019.
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