Miley Cyrus Posts Video To Celebrate The Third Anniversary Of Her Song Malibu That Was A Tribute To Her Ex-Husband Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus recently posted a video on Instagram to celebrate the three year anniversary of her song Malibu. This song was sort of inspired by her patch-up with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth

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Miley Cyrus Posts Video To Celebrate The Third Anniversary Of Her Song Malibu That Was A Tribute To Her Ex-Husband Liam Hemsworth
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's split left many heartbroken. Their affair lasted for almost 10 years with them splitting up and patching again and eventually getting married in the year 2018. Sadly, their marriage did not last as long as their courtship and within 8 months of them exchanging the wedding vows, they called it quits. The two are divorced and have moved on in their lives. However, Miley still seems to be missing Liam. She recently celebrated the three year anniversary of her song Malibu.

Well, this song was inspired by her patch-up with Liam Hemsworth that happened in the year 2015. The lyrics of the song narrate their patch up that happened in Malibu. The lyrics of the song go as, "We watched the sun go down as we were walking. I'd spend the rest of my life just standing here talking. You would explain the current, as I just smile. Hoping I just stay the same and nothing will change. And it'll be us, just for a while." The couple lived in Malibu before their divorce that happened in 2019.

Miley shared the video with the caption, "3 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF MALIBU."  Quite a few fans of the singer dropped a message in the comments section saying that it is their favourite song. In fact, even Bollywood star Varun Dhawan suggested that Malibu is his favourite song by his comment.

Meanwhile, reportedly, Liam Hemsworth has called his quits with his rumoured GF Gabriella Brooks. The two have unfollowed each other in social media after dating for about four months. On the other side, Miley is spending her quarantine time with BF Cody Simpsons. 






Image Source: Instagram/mileycyrus
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