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Miley Cyrus Has Said That the “Too Much Conflict” in Her Marriage to Liam Hemsworth Was the Main Reason for Their Split!
Fans have been wondering since the couple’s 2019 divorce filing what the real cause was for Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s split.
Cyrus’s recent admission that she has struggled with sobriety has prompted speculation about whether or not substance usage played a role in the breakdown of her marriage. A new interview, however, shows the pop diva, now 28, saying alcohol was not to blame.
The vocalist of “Midnight Sky” appeared on The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday, December 2 to discuss her work and personal life. Cyrus, who had just released her seventh studio album Plastic Hearts the week before, said to Howard Stern that she and Hemsworth split up in 2019 because “there was too much friction.” “I want to feel anchored by someone when I get home,” she said. “I’m not into drama or arguments.”
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Cyrus and Hemsworth tied the knot in 2018, and just one year later, in 2019, they announced their separation. The pair had their fair share of ups and downs, including the loss of their Malibu home to flames in late 2018.
The 30-year-old Hunger Games actress and her 30-year-old collaborator, as Cyrus told Stern, “lost everything.”
“Me being an intense person, I didn’t want to sit with it and I didn’t want to go, you know, ‘What could be intentional about this?'”
She shared with Stern, “I simply clung to what was left of that house, which was me and him.” And I loved him very, very, very much, and I do and did and always will.
Cyrus fired back at speculation regarding what led to her split from Hemsworth in September of 2020. A clip of her saying, “I recently just gone through a very public divorce that f—ing sucked,” was shown on an episode of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.
Not the realization that I and someone I cared about no longer share the same level of love wasn’t the worst part. Not a problem. That’s fine with me.
She went on, saying, “I can’t accept the villainizing and all of those tales,” referring to the media’s portrayal of her swift rebound with friend Kaitlynn Carter and, later, ex-boyfriend Cody Simpson.
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