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Miley Cyrus 'so supported by Hemsworth'

Published 26/06/2013

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus

Liam Hemsworth has been "incredibly sensitive" towards Miley Cyrus and her family since her mom filed divorce papers.

The actress-and-singer was left rocked after her mom Tish filed legal papers to end her marriage to Billy Ray earlier this month. Although Miley has reportedly been going through a rocky patch with her fiancé Liam, he has been a solid shoulder for her to cry on recently.

"[Miley] has been especially touched by her Aussie beau’s incredible sensitivity to her and her family as Miley’s parents, Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus, head to divorce court," reports Chicago Sun-Times.

Earlier this week, Miley appeared to show her frustration at her father with a cryptic message on her Twitter page.

Attaching an image of Billy Ray posing with stage star Dylis Croman, she wrote: "@billyraycyrus since you won't reply to my texts I'm giving you an hour to tell the truth or ill tell it for you (sic)."

Billy Ray starred alongside Dylis during his Broadway appearance in Chicago last year.

Liam seemingly has a close relationship with both Tish and Billy Ray and wants to support Miley without upsetting anyone.

“Liam has also made it clear he will not take sides. He wants to remain friends with both Tish and Billy Ray… This whole thing has brought him closer to Miley too," a source told the publication.

Miley put on a brave face on Tuesday as she appeared on Jimmy Kimmel's talk show.

During the interview, the 20-year-old star discussed her bond with rapper Snoop Lion. The pair have teamed up to record the song Ashtrays and Heartbreaks, and Miley insists they have a lot in common.

"We're very similar," she said, revealing that Snoop comes to the studio and listens to her music.

"That's because he 's so high he doesn't know what his name is," Jimmy jokingly replied.

"We both are, we both are," Miley laughed.

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