After several reports of her getting back with Nick Jonas, it seems as though Miley Cyrus is pining after another Disney star. The Hannah Montana actress posted on her Twitter account that she spent Tuesday afternoon ogling at High School Musical’s Zac Efron.
While the 21-year-old actor wasn’t around in the flesh, he remained ever present on the Internet. Miley and her mother, Tish Cyrus, were busy scouring his photos and gushing over him.
“Me and mom are seriously sitting here staring at Zac Efron on Google images,” the 16-year-old Miley wrote. “Girls I totally get it! He is gorgeous!”
It was peculiar that the Tweet that followed was a melancholy one. Maybe Nick Jonas found about Miley’s little crush on the High School Musical star. Oh if only there was a Disney Death Match to settle things.
“Thought you should know I’m letting go,” Cyrus wrote afterwards. “Its so not worth it anymore. I gave you to many tries & lived to many lies. Bad dreams and goodbye.”
We’re not sure if that’s just another song lyric or a message to the Jonas brother, but it looks like the star is back to her cryptic posts. Who could this be addressed to? Miley’s definitely going through some major mood swings these days.
Still, it’s all a bit of harmless fun from a teenager and we doubt these girls are going to fight over one guy. Besides, Hannah Montana‘s Cyrus is too weak to take on Vanessa Hudgens since she’s still sick in bed.
We thought all was well when just last Monday, she declared: “I am happier than ever!!! 🙂 no more emo tweets for a while! DOO da DOO lifes good xoxoxox”
(Un)fortunately, the tween queen isn’t out producing another hit album or filming her recent movie The Last Song. Before she stared into the pixelated soul of Zac Efron on the World Wide Web, she updated her fans and admitted that she’s taking a rest for now.
“Uh oh 🙁 miley doesn’t feel good,” the Hannah Montana celebrity admitted. “My throat hurts so bad.”
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Miley Cyrus‘ Twitter, Radar Online
(Image Courtesy of E! Online)