Liam Hemsworth Parties In Vegas Following Miley Cyrus Unfollow On Twitter

Yesterday, after Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games, Paranoia) was unfollowed by fiancee Miley Cyrus on Twitter, he was seen hitting the big boxing match in Vegas.

The Australian actor was enjoying the much publicized Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez fight on Friday night, just hours after someone noticed that Miley was not following him on Twitter any longer.

The news for the couple is not good and hasn’t been for some time now. The wild, former Disney star, Cyrus has been all over the news, but not for a good reason.

It all stems from her shocking performance during the MTV Video Music Awards, in which she performed on stage to Robin Thicke’s hit single “Blurred Lines”, making sexually suggestive moves on the 37-year-old married man.

Here’s the deal. Liam is supposedly a very low key, conservative sort of guy who is trying to further his acting career. He recently starred in the drama Paranoia, alongside Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman, which did terrible at the box office, but the point is that he doesn’t need the negative attention if he is to be taken seriously.

Miley Cyrus is all over the place, acting wild and trying hard to prove that she “can’t be tamed” as she likes to call herself.

But it appears that the personalities are clashing. Even if there hasn’t been comment from either party, it’s plain to see that it’s not all wine and roses for the couple at the moment.

The Twitter unfollow can be a big sign of trouble. Miley Cyrus is an avid user, which is another thing that created friction with fiance Liam Hemsworth.

Although he only stuck around for about 30 minutes at the boxing match, a source told E! News,“he seemed really chill and in good spirits” while he was there, adding, “he was just hanging out with his friends. It was a guys’ weekend in Vegas.”

So Liam Hemsworth doesn’t seem to be bothered, apparently, that Miley Cyrus is no longer following him on Twitter. We await the next chapter in the drama that this relationship is becoming.