Miley Cyrus Opens Up About Liam Hemsworth: I Needed to Leave Him in February
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Miley Cyrus Opens Up About Liam Hemsworth: I Needed to Leave Him in February

When an average girl breaks up with her boyfriend of four years, the typical response is to drown her sorrows in a vat of ice cream while crying to her friends.

Miley Cyrus, on the other hand? Well... she’s not your average girl.

Just days after the confirmation that she and Liam Hemsworth had ended their engagement, the 20-year-old singer was spotted getting cozy with her producer and rumored boyfriend, Mike WiLL Made It. The duo were photographed canoodling at the iHeartRadio Music Festival over the weekend, and fans have been shocked that Miley’s been able to move on so soon.

However, in a recent interview with FASHION magazine, Miley reveals a softer, more vulnerable side than we’ve seen of her lately. When asked about “Drive,” a new song that alludes to her relationship with Liam, Miley speaks candidly: “I wrote it while I was working on Valentine’s Day — emotionally it was such a hard time. It is about needing to leave someone but not really wanting to completely cut yourself off from the relationship. It’s a time when you want to leave but you can’t. It’s also about moving on.”

While we’re tempted to write off Miley’s new romance as just you’re average rebound, it sounds like she may have had a few solid months to get used to the idea that she and Liam weren’t a good fit.

Of course, Miley has yet to confirm a budding relationship with her Atlanta-based producer, but if we know this girl at all, we know she won’t stay quiet for long!

To read Miley’s full interview with FASHION magazine, pick up the November 2013 issue when it hits newsstands on October 7.


Jager Weatherby is a Photo Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident expert on all things fashion, Dawson's Creek, and Ian Somerhalder. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

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