It’s her life and she can do what she wants. Fresh off the success of her latest single, “Wrecking Ball,” actress and singer Miley Cyrus appears to be moving on from her rumored troubled relationship with fiance Liam Hemsworth.
According to multiple new reports, the 20-year-old performer has been seeing music producer Mike WiLL Made It. Star magazine was the first to report that the former Disney Channel star has been “hooking up” with the 24-year-old music industry professional, alleging the two started dating while working on Cyrus’ new album “Bangerz.” “[They have] grown close after long hours spent in the studio,” said a source, adding, “[They have made] no attempts to cover up their budding romance.”
The source also gave insight into Cyrus’ recent style change, claiming her transformation from “Hannah Montana” actress to provocative singer with an affinity for twerking and dressing scantily owes to Mike WiLL's influence. “[She has] been diving in head first with Mike. [He is responsible] for her drastic makeover from a Disney sweetheart to a raunchy party girl,” said the source.
Despite claims Cyrus has found new love with Mike WiLL, a source confirmed to GossipCop Wednesday that the rumor of romance is 100 percent false and that the producer is merely helping Cyrus with her album.
The cheating allegations come just one day after Cyrus’ fiance of two years was accused of sexting “Mad Men” star January Jones. The 23-year-old Australian reportedly recently texted the actress, “I want to [expletive] you" as reported by Us Weekly. A rep for Hemsworth confirmed to JustJared.com Wednesday that the allegations are untrue, saying, “We officially never comment on his personal life; however, we are breaking with tradition to set the record straight. The story of Liam Hemsworth and January Jones is entirely fabricated. There is no truth whatsoever to this tabloid fiction.”
Us Weekly reported earlier this month that Hemsworth, who stars in the upcoming film "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," has been telling friends he is planning to end his longtime relationship with Cyrus following her scandalous performance of “Blurred Lines” with musician Robin Thicke at the MTV Video Music Awards in August. “He is so over her and wants to make a clean break,” an inside source told the magazine. “[He is] just weeks away from calling it off permanently.”