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Sunday 1 February 2015

Miley and Liam at Paranoia premiere

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus stepped out for the premiere of Paranoia in LA
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus stepped out for the premiere of Paranoia in LA

Miley Cyrus joined fiance Liam Hemsworth at the LA premiere of his new movie Paranoia.

The We Can't Stop singer, who was wearing a red and black leather dress by Proenza Schouler, walked the red carpet alongside the actor at the screening in Hollywood.

Miley and Liam looked as in love as ever despite persistent rumours that their romance is going through a rocky patch. It was the first time they had walked a red carpet together in several months.

Hunger Games actor Liam co-stars with Amber Heard, Gary Oldman, Harrison Ford, Josh Holloway and Richard Dreyfuss in the new corporate espionage thriller.

E! News reported that Liam said he chooses all of his film roles for "different reasons".

He added: "And in every film I grow as an actor and, I think, as a person, especially when you work with these kinds of actors. It was nice to see how much they still cared about film. You know they love making movies and that's what I love to do."

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