Miley Cyrus and rumored fiancé Liam Hemsworth did not get married, Gossip Cop reported Wednesday, dismissing a Life & Style magazine’s piece stating otherwise. Cyrus and Hemsworth reportedly reconciled in December and the “Wrecking Ball” singer sparked engagement rumors after she posted a photo of herself on Instagram wearing the ring she received from the actor when they first got engaged in 2012.

According to the magazine’s report, Cyrus and Hemsworth had a sunset ceremony on the beach in Australia in the presence of close family and friends. “It was a spur-of-the-moment. Now they both refer to each other as ‘my wife’ or ‘my husband,’ ” an insider told the magazine, according to Hollywood Life.

The report went on to state that it was Hemsworth’s spontaneous idea to wed Cyrus. “The Hunger Games” actor was reportedly inspired by her visit to Australia last month. “He corralled his brothers [Chris Hemsworth, 32, and Luke Hemsworth, 35] and tipped them off that he wanted to stage a surprise ceremony during Miley’s visit,” the insider told the magazine.

However, a source close to the rumored couple told Gossip Cop that the magazine’s report was “untrue.”

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are seen in the audience during Muhammad Ali's Celebrity Fight Night XVIII held at JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa on March 24, 2012, in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo: Getty Images/Michael Buckner

Meanwhile, Radar Online reported that the 23-year-old singer is ready to marry 26-year-old Hemsworth without a pre-nuptial agreement. However, her family intervened and told her to rethink her decision, the report added.

“Miley does not see what those around her see. [But] Miley’s family and management team is not going to let her marry Liam without an ironclad prenup in place,” a source told Radar Online.

The report is in contrast with other reports that stated Cyrus wanted to sign a $176 million pre-nuptial agreement with Hemsworth, resulting in fights between the two. Cyrus and Hemsworth are reportedly fighting to sign the agreement to protect about $160 million in assets in case they part their ways in the future.

“They’ve had heated arguments over this,” a source reportedly said. “He’s a firm believer that prenups spoil the romance of a marriage and that if they are truly in love, it’s not needed. He’s assured Miley he isn’t interested in her fortune and has enough money of his own.”