• Miley Cyrus spoke about her relationship with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth on The Howard Stern Show and said there was a lot of “conflict.”
  • Reports say Liam isn’t really bothered by Miley’s public comments about their marriage—he’s too focused on his new GF!

    Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s relationship will probably live in fans’ hearts forever, whether we like it or not—after all, they dated off and on for a decade and eventually got married before calling it quits for good last year. Today, Miley talked publicly about why it wasn’t ever going to truly work with Liam, and apparently Liam’s not phased by her going on the record.

    In an interview on The Howard Stern Show, Miley said her relationship with Liam had “too much conflict.” She elaborated and said, “When I come home, I want to be anchored by someone. I don’t get off on drama or fighting.” Despite the many ups and downs her and Liam’s relationship had, Miley admitted she still has a place in her heart for her ex. “I really do and did love him very, very, very much and still do, always will,” she added.

    miley cyrus and liam hemsworth posing at the thor premiere pre breakup

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    And Liam’s feelings about all this chatter? Welp, Entertainment Tonight reports that he’s pretty unbothered by the interview and is continuing to focus on his relationship with his new girlfriend, Gabriella Brooks.

    “Liam Hemsworth isn’t upset by the recent interview Miley did where she says there was too much conflict in their marriage. Liam was very hurt when they initially broke up, but he has moved on now and is happy with Gabriella,” the source shared. “He’s very traditional and Gabriella shares the same values as him and gets along with his family. Their relationship is easygoing and they have similar upbringings and backgrounds.”

    Clearly both parties have moved on and it’s time for me to follow suit—riiiiight after I stream The Last Song one final time.

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