Miley Cyrus revealed that she ‘didn’t spend too much time’ crying over her divorce from Liam Hemsworth.
Hit creator Wrecking Ball, 27, announced his farewell to 30-year-old actor Liam in August 2019, just eight months after they got married in a romantic ceremony.
But Miley has revealed that she has learned to move on, after two ‘traumatic’ years, including losing her home in a fire and the death of her beloved grandmother.
Not living together: Miley Cyrus revealed that she “doesn’t spend too much time” crying over her divorce from Liam Hemsworth. Photo together in 2019
When asked on the Scandinavian Skavlan chat show if she is becoming more or less emotional with age, she said: ‘If you asked the guys I broke up with, they would be less talkative, but I think more. I would say there is a stigma of coldness towards a woman who really moves on.
‘I have been through a lot of trauma and loss over the past few years: I had a house fire in Malibu, I lost my house and just got divorced, my grandmother passed away.
‘In a way, it didn’t take long for me to cry over it and not because I was cold or trying to avoid feeling something but just because I wouldn’t change it.
Continuation: Miley has revealed that she has learned to go on, after two ‘traumatic’ years, including losing her home in a fire and the death of her beloved grandmother
‘I’ve been trying to keep active in what I can control, otherwise you’ll start feeling stuck.’
After that, the singer and actress continued to explain her ‘tool’ to deal with difficult times is to ‘move forward’.
She said: ‘I heal through movement. I heal by traveling and meeting new people. When you lose one person, another will enter your life. ”
And Miley says she’s always been transformed by her experiences, explaining: ‘I think my emotions change drastically. Because every experience we have every second changes the way you see your life. ”
Example: After the breakup of her marriage, Miley started dating Cody Simpson, a longtime friend, in October 2019. The couple announced they were going to die in August.
However, the Malibu singer disagrees with pop icon Madonna’s earlier claims that the new coronavirus pandemic is a ‘great balance’.
She said: ‘I don’t agree with that. I think we’ve seen more division recently than I have in my life, just because we really understand the divide between race and wealth, and real wealth and health. may be the same.
And I think it was an incomprehensible mistake and that is why our election is so important. So no, I don’t believe that COVID has been an equalizer in any way. ”
Miley and Liam have been dating since 2009, rekindling their seemingly good romance in 2016 – two years before they exchanged weddings in December 2018.
Accept it for what it is: About the ‘heart wounds’ she has suffered over the past two years, Miley said,’ I haven’t spent too much time crying for it … just because I wouldn’t change it’
However, their marriage will only be short-lived, the couple announced an end to their shared life in August 2019 and Liam filed for divorce a few days later.
Immediately after the breakup couple was announced, Miley continued to start a brief relationship with Kaitlynn Carter.
After that, she started dating Cody Simpson, a longtime friend, in October 2019. The couple announced they were going to die in August.
The Hannah Montana star confirmed that she and the 23-year-old Australian male singer, whom she has known for a decade, called skipped a clip on Instagram Live.
In her Instagram message, she mentioned her divorce from ex-husband Liam, announced last August, in a move that was supposed to surprise the actor.
“A year ago, almost exactly this day, the media were trying to tell my story to me and control my story, and I didn’t accept that,” she said.
“So today, my boyfriend and I broke up,” she continued.
Break up: The Hannah Montana star confirmed that she and 23-year-old Australian singer Cody, whom she has known for a decade, called it leaving a clip on Instagram Live in August.