During her performance at Lollapalooza Brazil, Miley Cyrus facilitated a proposal for a gay couple and referred to her own marriage with Liam Hemsworth as a “f****** disaster”. The singer shared her well-wishes with the couple before making the comment.
Miley Cyrus made a surprising revelation during her concert in Brazil that her marriage to Liam Hemsworth was not a happy one. She used strong language to describe it as a “f****** disaster”. Interestingly, she had just helped a couple get engaged on stage before making this confession.
Cyrus wowed the crowd during her live performance at the Lollapalooza Brazil Music Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The talented pop star also announced the upcoming release of her new live album titled ‘Attention: Miley Live’ on April 1st. Unfortunately, her marriage with the actor from ‘Hunger Games’ came to an end in August 2019 after less than a year of being together. Cyrus had previously admitted that the marriage had too many conflicts, saying that she wanted to be anchored by someone when she comes home and didn’t enjoy drama or fighting. The couple’s history dates back to their engagement in 2012, they separated in 2013, reunited in 2016, and finally tied the knot in December 2018. However, their divorce was finalized in January 2020.
Looking back on the past, the popular singer Wrecking Ball has revealed that losing her Malibu home with Liam in 2018 was a traumatic experience for her. She even admitted that she didn’t know if they would have gotten married if that unfortunate incident hadn’t happened. According to her, the trauma caused by the fire had a significant impact on her voice, and it sounds different from her previous recordings. The couple had been together since they were 16, and when their house burned down, they were already engaged. Despite their doubts about marriage, the disaster ultimately brought them closer together.
Miley Cyrus, a 29-year-old singer, recently disclosed that her marriage was plagued with too much conflict, and she desired to come home to someone who could serve as an anchor. She added that she did not find drama or fighting appealing. While in South Africa, she lost her house, and all her possessions, including her scripts, photographs, and every song she had ever composed. She felt helpless and thought nature had taken away what she could not let go of herself. Subsequently, she ran towards the fire, which is typical of intense people. She clung to her partner, believing he was all that was left of her home.