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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth spotted kissing at Golden Globes party - report

Published 13/01/2016

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus

Speculation surrounding a Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth love reunion continues to mount after the couple was reportedly spotted kissing at a Golden Globes after party.

Singer Miley Cyrus was reportedly caught "kissing and holding hands" with ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth at a Golden Globes after party.

The former couple split in September, 2013 after a 15-month engagement, but rumours suggesting the pair was rekindling the romance began to circulate over the New Year when Miley was spotted spending time with Liam, 25, in his native Australia, and now it seems they have taken their potential reconciliation to Hollywood.

"(They were) kissing and holding hands," an insider at the Soho House party told Us Weekly, adding the couple left the venue together.

“They’ve been talking for a while, and now they’re seeing each other again," the source continued. "They are seeing where it goes before officially getting back together. She says she’s always loved Liam and always will. He’s never met anyone quite like her, who has that hold on him.”

Miley, 23, first met Liam on the set of their movie The Last Song in 2009 and The Hunger Games actor popped the question in June, 2012.

Following their split, Miley became known for her outrageous antics, including posing naked with a pig for the cover of Paper magazine, as well as describing herself as "sexually fluid".

However the insider insists the Australian hunk isn't phased by his former flame's quirky behaviour, saying: “He realises she was growing up and experimenting. He took a step back and gave her time to do that. Miley’s always had a special place in his heart.”

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