Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus' Ex Justin Gaston Still "Hurt" by Breakup
Hannah Montana: Miley Cyrus' Ex Justin Gaston Still "Hurt" by Breakup
It doesn't seem like Justin Gaston is over Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus, but he's certainly hoping to move on.  The decline of their relationship was one of last year's big issues in the entertainment world, but the model surely got something out of it - a song.  What's more, he's pretty much gotten more famous thanks to his ties to the 17-year-old.

E! News managed to talk to the budding musician, since he released his debut single, a ballad titled "Paper Hearts", recently.  Rumor has it that the song was heavily influenced by Gaston's breakup with Cyrus, but of course neither of them will address that directly.

Still, the 21-year-old Justin couldn't help but recall the times he's spent with the Hannah Montana singer.  He even reacted to how hurt he felt after the two of them split.

"You can always tell when someone's getting ready to leave you," he said, "but you try so hard not to believe it and to hold on to every bit of hope that's left."

Keeping the melodrama alive, Justin Gaston went on: "I think everyone experiences the side of being hurt where you feel like you'll never feel again."

But despite some so-called hole in his heart that Miley Cyrus left behind, the pop sensation's ex-boyfriend knows it's best for him to just get on with his life.  Even the song, "Paper Hearts," is a testament to that.

"You realize that life goes on, and you move on.  You look back at it and laugh," Gaston exclaimed.

Part of his healing process seems to be a major career move.  Disney Dreaming reported that Justin Gaston will be starring in an online reality series soon.  The new show, titled If I Can Dream, was created by Simon Fuller.  It follows a bunch of Hollywood hopefuls who will undergo training from celebrities as they try to achieve their dreams.

Not a bad gig for a former underwear model.  But he's still not getting Miley Cyrus back from her current flame Liam Hemsworth.

Source: E! News, Disney Dreaming
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