Hannah Montana: Twitter Trouble for Miley and Justin; Miley Seen Hugging Nick Jonas
Hannah Montana: Twitter Trouble for Miley and Justin; Miley Seen Hugging Nick Jonas
Things don't seem to be looking that good between Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend Justin Gaston.  If their Twitter posts are any indication, they're having a hard time staying apart.  The 16-year-old star is busy filming her new movie in Savannah, Georgia and left her Nashville Star guy back home.

The state of Miley and Justin's romance appears to be going downhill, given the very sentimental words they're sharing over the Internet.  The 20-year-old Gaston has updated and said he's had insomnia for the past few days, and even quoted a song to express how he felt.


Justin posted a line from the lyrics of John Mayer's breakup song, titled "Dreaming with a Broken Heart."  On his Twitter page, he asked "Do I have to fall asleep with roses in my hands?"

Earlier that day, he wrote about how down in the dumps he felt.  "Haven't been this miserable in a looong time.. I thought highschool was over."  This went on until he fell asleep for ten seconds, then woke up again most likely crying.

"How many tears are on there.  They've gotta run out soon right?" Justin Gaston posted.  Meanwhile, his teen queen of a girlfriend hasn't been feeling pretty peppy either.  It sounds like Miley can't handle being far from Justin at all.

"Why does saying good-bye hurt so much?" she thought.  Later that day, she posted ""Life will go on. you will smile again...we will smile again."

And it does seem like she did, really soon even.  Miley was next spotted with her ex-boyfriend Nick Jonas on the set of his "Send It On" music video.  While the two remain affable towards each other, they couldn't help but express it.  Nick's brother Joe saw the two having a great time and hugging while they were all working at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.

Disney stars gathered for the "Send It On" video, from Selena Gomez to Brenda Song.  The video is supposedly for the Disney Channel's social campaign to save the earth, called "Friends For Change: Project Green."



-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: E! Online, Ace Showbiz
(Image Courtesy of E! Online/Celebrity Mania)

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