Finally speaking out against rumors, Hannah Montana
star Miley Cyrus has debunked all tales of her dating actor Liam Hemsworth. We may have thought she hooked up with her The Last Song co-star since they were spotted locking lips in an airport in Tennesee
. However, the 16-year-old star has decided to explain herself at last and stated that she's currently single.
According to Contact Music
, the Disney sensation is simply too busy to have a relationship right now. Hasn't that excuse been overused already? Plus, it's hardly believable. Even Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron have their schedules packed and yet they find time for one another.
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Anyway, here's what pop singer Miley Cyrus said: "There are a lot of people I'm supposedly dating these days. But I'm just kicking it right now, I don't really have time for a huge relationship. There's no dude."
As of these days, she isn't seeing much of Justin Gaston or Nick Jonas. Unfortunately, she can't exactly tell us that there are no guys in her present. On her last Twitter posts, she constantly refers to Jesus and her father these days. That means we can't rule these two out just yet.
"I wish just once I could look out into the crowd and he would be sitting in the front row singing along," Miley Cyrus wrote. "I miss you."
She immediately followed it up with: "Regarding my last tweet. Yes it was about a boy. The one who never lets me down. The one who always makes me smile. My Pappy."
A few days later, Cyrus admitted that she's just "spending time with Jesus," right before heading to Portland for another gig. "First shows are always the best/worst," she said. "Best because all excitement & anxiety is released on to stage for the first time. Worst because wardrobe changes don't always go as planned."
Well, maybe she really is too busy for a boy right now. Then again, we can never tell with Miley Cyrus, can we?
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Miley's Twitter
, Contact Music(Image Courtesy of Contact Music)