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Miley Cyrus, 21, and ex-fiancé, Liam Hemsworth, called it quits later on last September after being together for two years. Recently, the pop singer revealed that she doesn’t know where her engagement ring even is.
In a recent interview with U.K.’s Love magazine, she admitted to not knowing where the 3.5-caret Neil Lane ring was. Miley is the featured star on the cover of the magazine’s spring/summer issue, which will hit newsstands on Feb. 3. When questioned, she answered with, “Don’t know. Think it’s in the shower.”
Though Miley may not know where the ring is, The Daily Mail reports that in her interview with Love magazine, Miley did insist that the two are still on speaking terms. “We still talk and communicate. I was with him since I was 16 and nothing’s ever going to make that go away. I’ve known this guy all that time and if it doesn’t work out I can still smile and love him and he can love me and that’s great, that’s the way to be. Life is too short.”
The singer, who has been extremely strong since the break-up, seems to have a lot of advice for people who may be going through the same kind of thing. Miley also told the magazine that, “If you love someone, tell them you do, if you want to be friends with someone, be friends with them.”
Later in the interview, she addressed her attitude towards sexuality. “What’s crazy to me, and this is nuts, is that sexuality is still so offensive. Kids need to know about sexuality. Girls need to be comfortable in that. You know people laugh and think it’s funny that I said I’m a big feminist, but what about me isn’t? I tell girls, be who you are. Do whatever the f*** you want.”
Rumors were taking over the Internet that Miley had used the interview to diss Beyonce. Us Weekly reports that the magazine has admitted to fabricating the quotes.
“Miley Cyrus never said anything to us about Beyoncé,” the publication tweeted on Thursday, Jan. 2. “The quotes were made up and we’re trying to get to the bottom of where this came from. WE ALL LOVE BEYONCE.”
Miley took to her Twitter to say that she had not said those things and wouldn't diss Beyonce.
In the meantime, Miley has been busy preparing for her Bangerz tour, which begins Feb. 14. Ken Baker, of E! News, asked about the Valentine's Day start date. “I did that on purpose,” says Miley. “Valentine’s day is usually one of the most depressing days of the year. I’m going to make it a really good one this year.”
image: Love Magazine