Miley Cyrus is reportedly planning multiple wedding celebrations with fiance Liam Hemsworth. The 19-year-old singer and ‘Two And A Half Men‘ actress – who announced her engagement to the 22-year-old ‘The Hunger Games‘ actor last June – is eager to toast their nuptials with three lavish bashes around the globe so they can celebrate with all their family and friends.
A source told Star magazine that the ‘Can’t Be Tamed‘ singer – who fell in love with Liam when they co-stared in the movie ‘The Last Song‘ in 2010 – is planning to have weddings in Los Angeles, her native Tennessee and another ceremony in Melbourne, Australia, where Liam is originally from.
The source also said Miley is working with designers on three separate wedding dresses to show off her new super-slim figure and has budgeted $1 million for their worldwide celebrations that will take place next year.
Miley’s father Billy Ray Cyrus recently revealed he is thrilled his daughter is so happy in her relationship. He said: “One thing I do know she’s very happy right now and that’s fantastic. She’s worked hard enough in her life. Whatever she wants. There’s no date planned. I like Liam a lot. He’s a great actor too.”
Billy also revealed he is proud of her daughter for having the courage to reinvent herself after her successful show ‘Hannah Montana’ ended and loves her new blonde hair. He said: “She sent me a picture and said, ‘How do you like my new hair?’ And I said, ‘I love it.’ I just think her hair looks great. … It’d been easy to ride the ‘Hannah Montana’ train forever but she had the courage to reinvent herself. I respect that. To me that’s the evolution of a true artist.”
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