Alas, it seems that Miley Cyrus' wedding/Super Sweet 16 three-part organza extravaganza blowout bash will not happen after all; Page Six reports that she and Australian actor Liam Hemsworth have separated.
Cyrus, 20, and Hemsworth, 23, met on the set of their 2010 film The Last Song, in which they played kids in love. The couple announced their engagement last June.
Three months later, Cyrus told E! news that she "already [felt] married," which at the time seemed romantic or maybe just an indication that they were doin' it. In retrospect, perhaps that was her way of saying she was bored and starting to resent him with a quiet, seething hatred.
In any case, she seemed in no hurry to plan her wedding, beyond deciding that there would be three of them. Three weddings at some point in time in a place TBD with different things and stuff at each one. Would two be enough? No, better make it three.
Now, it seems, 0% of those weddings will occur.
Multiple sources confirmed to Page Six that Hemsworth and Cyrus have, if not broken-up for good, at least separated. That's fine. That's why you have a long engagement. To make certain you're certain and also to give yourself enough time to plan your three weddings.
Hemsworth has been home in Australia since March 1st. Cyrus was recently photographed in Los Angeles not wearing her engagement ring.
Last week, Cyrus tweeted that she hadn't called off her wedding and that she was taking "a break from social media." (The break lasted 91 minutes.)
I am so sick of La. And sick of the lies that come with it. I didn't call off my wedding. Taking a break from social media. #draining— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) March 6, 2013
The impetus for the split, according to Page Six? Miley just bein' Miley. (A source said she "likes to party really hard," which "became a problem" for Hemsworth. He would have been a real wet blanket at the weddings anyway.)