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Liam Hemsworth: Brothers are best friends

Published 17/08/2013

Liam Hemsworth
Liam Hemsworth

Liam Hemsworth always looks to his famous actor siblings Chris and Luke for guidance.

The 23-year-old Australian star, who has two famous older brothers, Chris and Luke Hemsworth, has revealed that he might never have made it in Hollywood without them.

"My brothers are my best friends, I wouldn't be doing this job I think if it wasn't for them,” he told comedian and late night talk show host Conan O’Brien.

"My oldest brother Luke got into acting first and he did TV shows for a long time in Australia. Then Chris got into it, and that was kind of how I got into it."

Liam is currently engaged to singer Miley Cyrus.

It is rumoured that the couple’s relationship is on the rocks and his brothers have reportedly been offering Liam their relationship advice.

It is reported that Chris and Luke have been pushing Liam to call his it quits with Miley for quite some time.

"They want him to end the romance for good," a source told Us Weekly previously.

Liam and Miley’s wedding plans are thought to be on hold though they did both attend Liam’s Paranoia film premiere in Los Angeles earlier this month.

It was their first official public appearance together in about a year but onlookers reported that they were distant with each other at the event.

"Miley and Liam arrived together, and they took photos, but Miley went inside while Liam worked the carpet,” an eyewitness reported to “He refused to answer any questions about Miley and seemed annoyed, like he didn’t want to be there. Liam’s family was there to support him, but they completely ignored Miley when she was there.

“They literally had their backs to her. Meanwhile, Miley and Liam barely talked or acknowledged each other."

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