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After Being Decimated By Fans for Replacing Henry Cavill, The Witcher Star Liam Hemsworth Humiliated By Ex Miley Cyrus for Dumping Her

The Witcher Star Liam Hemsworth Humiliated By Ex Miley Cyrus for Dumping Her

Liam Hemsworth has garnered an extensive amount of backlash in recent times from the fans after replacing Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher.

Amidst this backlash for his new role in the Netflix show, Liam Hemsworth received another stinger before his 33rd birthday, as his ex-wife released a subliminal diss at the actor while lambasting him for their failed relationship.

Also read: Former James Bond Star Wants Liam Hemsworth to Have License to Kill, Wants to Repeat The Witcher Backlash By Replacing Henry Cavill

Miley Cyrus with her Ex-husband Liam Hemsworth
Miley Cyrus with her Ex-husband Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus digs at Liam Hemsworth in the new song Flowers

The Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth got slammed by his previous partner in a preview song for Miley Cyrus’ upcoming album  Endless Summer Vacation, which is scheduled for a release on 10th March.

The Breakup song was released just hours before the actor’s birthday, which follows the trope of self-love and personal well-being as she recovers after a dreadful relationship, that one can link to the singer’s failed wedding with Liam Hemsworth after a decade-long romance. The singer expresses her welfare and prosperity through the verse,

“I can buy myself flowers/Write my name in the sand/Talk to myself for hours/Yeah, things you don’t understand, I can take myself dancing, yeah/I can hold my hand/Yeah, I can love myself better than you can”.

The aforementioned lyrics symbolize the significance of Bruno Mars’s song when I was your man, which the actor dedicated to Cyrus before their split up. The song also pays homage to the Columbian singer Shakira’s latest release Bizarrap which too digs at her ex Gerard Pique.

Also read: Netflix Considered MCU Star Along With Liam Hemsworth Before Henry Cavill For Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s failed relationship

The Wrecking Ball hitmaker discussed her failed marriage during a  performance at the Lollapalooza festival in Brazil while helping a gay couple get engaged on the stage, as he congratulated them while saying  “Honey, I hope your marriage goes better than mine, Mine was a f***ing disaster.”

The singer was linked with the actor after their initial interaction in 2008 after they starred in The Last Song. Miley Cyrus later revealed that she lost her virginity to the actor when she was 16 in 2020, “I didn’t go all the way with a dude until I was 16, but I ended up marrying the guy”.

The couple got engaged again in 2012 but broke up the following year only to reunite in 2015 and finally got married in December 2018. But their marriage couldn’t even last a year, with their divorce finalizing in 2020. At the time, some insiders close to Cyrus alleged that the singer didn’t want the marriage to be over and was willing to do everything for its survival, which explains her bitterness towards the Hunger Games actor.

Also read: “People hated Cavill when he was first cast”: The Witcher Fans Show Rare Support to Liam Hemsworth, Claim Henry Cavill Faced Online Hate When He Was Chosen as Geralt

Liam Hemsworth
Liam Hemsworth

However, Liam Hemsworth doesn’t seem to be bothered by her ex-wife’s bitterness towards him, as the actor has moved forward from his ex-lover’s roots and now is in a serious relationship with the model Gabriella Brooks considering the model’s recent Ski trip with Hemsworth and his family last Christmas.

Miley Cyrus’ album Endless Summer Vacation is set to be released on 10 March 2023

Source: Miley Cyrus-Flowers

Written by Santanu Roy

Santanu Roy is a film enthusiast with a deep love for the medium of animation while also being obsessed with Batman and The Everly Brothers. Apart from pursuing animation and analyzing movies, he possesses a deep fondness for narrative-driven games and is currently a content writer at Fandomwire with over 100 articles.