Miley Cyrus 'Looking Forward to Being Single' after Kaitlynn Carter Split & Liam Hemsworth Divorce
The pop singer, Miley Cyrus, is "looking forward to being single" after her whirlwind romance with Kaitlynn Carter came to an end. The incident happened not long after her divorce with Liam Hemsworth.
The new couple got together in Italy and were inseparable even after they returned to the states. Though the relationship between the two was short-lived, it seemed fun while it lasted.
Cyrus and Carter were constantly seen spending time together this past month. However, Cyrus just wasn't looking for a serious relationship.
CYRUS' RELATIONSHIP WITH CARTER
"Miley was so invested in her relationship with Liam for a long time. She felt her relationship with Kaitlynn was almost moving in that direction, too," a source told People.
The pair parted ways last Saturday, even so, they remain good friends. "She [Cyrus] wants to focus on her career. It wasn't an easy decision, but this is ultimately what she wants," a source told People.
CYRUS AND CARTER ARE STILL FRIENDS AFTER THE BREAKUP
Although the girls are still friends after the breakup, going through it must have been hard for them.
According to People's source, "They've been friends forever and were there for each other when they were both getting separated, but they're just not in a romantic relationship anymore."
Miley Cyrus arrives at the Elton John Aids Foundation 21st Academy Awards Viewing Party | Source: Shutterstock
But the "Slide Away" singer did not let the breakup slow her down. She was absolutely electrifying in one of her concerts shortly after the breakup story went viral.
MILEY ROCKS THE STAGE IN TOUGH-GIRL THREADS
The singer took to the stage for the 2019 iHeart Radio Music Festival in T-mobile Arena, Las Vegas and performed a number of her hit tracks along with some amazing covers.
Clad in a full leather outfit, she set the stage ablaze with her solo hits "Wrecking Ball," "We Can't Stop," "Slide Away" and "Mother's Daughter."
As for the covers, she rocked "Comfortably Numb" by Pink Floyd, "Black Dog" by Led Zeppelin and "Don't call me Angel" by Ariana Grande.