Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 19 April 2015

Cyrus's song about ex Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus performed at London club G-A-Y
Miley Cyrus performed at London club G-A-Y

Miley Cyrus has apparently revealed that her song Wrecking Ball is about her ex Liam Hemsworth.

The singer was performing at G-A-Y in London when she announced that the track was about a man who "broke" her heart, presumably the Hunger Games actor, who she was previously engaged to.

According to reports, she said: "I wrote this song after somebody broke my heart, and I just wanted to say 'f*** you'.

"I wanted to write a No 1 hit, something that would be on the radio. I wanted to make sure every time he turned on his radio, he would hear my song and will keep hearing it for the rest of his life."

Miley, 21, who is back on tour after a hospital stay for a severe allergic reaction, gave a typically outrageous performance at the nightspot.

Dressed in a skimpy sequinned leotard she performed with a female dwarf and a blow-up doll and sat astride an inflatable penis.

At one point she told the audience: "You know, everyone's a little bit gay. Some of us just a little bit more than others. You know, it's the truth. Everyone's gay."

She joked: "All it takes is one cocktail. And if that doesn't work, sprinkle something in their drink. That's what I always do."

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