Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth reunited nearly two years ago after calling off their wedding in 2013 but according to a new report, they aren’t moving forward with plans for a wedding.
As fans continue to speculate upon when and where Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth could tie the knot, a source has spoken out, claiming that plans to get married are on hold after the actor reportedly began to experience cold feet.
“Bottom line, Liam got cold feet,” an insider explained to Life & Style magazine on July 6.
According to the source, the stress of planning their nuptials and future together began to take over their life and although Miley Cyrus was said to be having fun as she imagined her dream wedding, Hemsworth reportedly felt differently.
Now, after Liam Hemsworth reportedly got cold feet, Miley Cyrus allegedly knows that it is best to put her plans to wed on hold, despite her excitement about the potential ceremony. As the insider explained, Miley Cyrus loves Liam Hemsworth and wants their rekindled romance to last forever once they take the next step and tie the knot.
The insider’s sentiments seemingly echoed statements made by Miley Cyrus’ mom, Tish, who confirmed to Mario Lopez weeks ago that her daughters was “not getting married.”
Miley Cyrus began dating in 2010 while filming The Last Song and became engaged in 2012. Then, in 2013, after Cyrus engaged in a racy performance with Robin Thicke during the MTV Video Music Awards, the couple called off their engagement and went their separate ways.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have been spending the majority of their time in Malibu since rekindling their romance in late 2015.
In other Miley Cyrus news, the singer is currently in production on the 13th season of The Voice with co-stars Jennifer Hudson, Blake Shelton, and Adam Levine. As fans will recall, Cyrus joined the show during Season 11 and confirmed her return on Twitter at the end of last year during Season 12.
To see more of Miley Cyrus, don’t miss the upcoming Season 13 premiere of The Voice on NC on Monday, September 25, at 8 p.m.
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