Miley Cyrus got a new heart tattoo, says she removed her ring ‘to get fixed’

Miley Cyrus

Although it seems hard to believe, there are still new angles filtering out of the Miley Cyrus-Liam Hemsworth breakup that has probably happened even though neither party has officially confirmed the split more than three weeks after he allegedly made out with January Jones. The last we heard, Miley wanted to get back with Liam and would do whatever it takes to make it happen even though his team put out the story that her partying was the real problem in the relationship.

We do know for sure that Liam travelled to Australia by himself and supposedly to have a break from Miley, and now Hollywood Life claims to have an exclusive that the trip was originally planned as a romantic getaway for the two of them, and then Miley “bailed” on the trip either because she was (justifiably) angry or wanted to work on her new record. Us Weekly has a new story that the past few months have seen Miley and Liam go through “the worst fights of their relationship” but that they “are talking” while he’s out of the country. Miley has also made the time to get a new tattoo as revealed by Kat Von D. on Twitter. It’s a miniature replication of a Da Vinci heart drawing:

Miley Cyrus

Read into the “heart” tattoo what you will. Next up? Miley made some sh-t up about why she stopped wearing her engagement ring. In response to a tweet from pop singer Lindsey J. Lee about her agony (LOL) at having to send her own ring for repairs, Miley tweeted back, “ugh that’s the worst! I just had a similar situation except when it happens to me then everyone says my wedding is off.” Hmm. Our assumptions had absolutely nothing to do with Liam getting in a car with January or Miley being passive aggressive by not wearing the ring on purpose, right? The tweet has now been deleted because Miley must have suddently remember that she’s all about the music now.

Miley Cyrus

Meanwhile, People has acknowledged that Liam and Miley have indeed split for now,” but Miley “hopes they’ll get back together.” On Liam’s side of things, he cancelled an appearance in Tampa (last Tuesday) where he was scheduled to appear at the Gasparilla film festival for the Empire State premiere. He did, however, show up in Manila, Phillipines for some sort of mall appearance at a Bench store, but he has no return date to the States as of yet.

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus

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  1. marie says:

    haha, yeah ok, cause the public is that stupid..

  2. brin says:

    The time and distance between them is a good thing, Miley needs to calm down and grow up.

  3. Cinnamon says:

    That tatoo is gross.
    Not one to be completely against tattoos (I have a tiny flower on my foot the size of a penny) but i wish people would look at Kelly Osbourne and Megan Fox regretting their very visual tattoos on their forearms and back and think for a moment if this is something they are going to like in the future. I mean I can’t wait to see SuicideGirls on talk shows 20 years from now complaining about it.

    • Amelia says:

      Some of my friends and I are doing the Everest base camp trek later this year, and we were discussing the possibility of all getting a little tattoo to commemorate it. When I mentioned it to my Mum, she told me what I think is probably the golden rule of tattoo placement – make it small, discrete, and make sure no-one will see it in a wedding dress!!

      • Erinn says:

        Ahaha the wedding dress thing is what my moms been harping on. She freaks out over the idea that I want a tattoo. I’d love to have a forearm tattoo, but it’d have to be something that really really meant something to me, and it’d be small. I’m holding off on getting anything done until after our wedding next August just to keep her calm.

    • Poutinesky says:

      «I mean I can’t wait to see SuicideGirls on talk shows 20 years from now complaining about it.»

      How ridiculous is that?! Just cause you don’t like big tattoos (which is a personal choice), you can’t wait to see people regretting it?! What tells you they will? There is not only one legitimate way to live your life. The tattooed young persons of today are the adults of tomorrow, and being tattooed definitely doesn’t have the same meaning as it had before. Luckily, the next generation is a lot more open-minded about not having to grow up looking all the same, so the rules about getting older with tattoos are already changing. I don’t think you should get tattoos too young or for the wrong reasons, but considering that everybody will regret it later is kind of a stupid way to generalize something you don’t understand…

      • jacq says:

        THIS. i am SO SICK of older people judging the younger generation about their tattoo choices. there is still a stigma attached to tattoos for sure, but it’s getting better, and once this old generation dies out hopefully the stigma will disappear altogether.

      • DeltaJuliet says:

        Maybe some of these “older folks” actually GOT tattoos and have seen what they look like after 20, 30 years. Don’t dismiss what people say because they are “old” and people will be less likely to dismiss what you say because you are “young”.

        And yes, I have a tattoo that I got 19 years ago. And no, I don’t regret it but then mine is on my ankle…..it’s not going to sag too much down there.

    • Tulip Garden says:

      I realize that this is just an issue of taste which varies widely but I don’t like the look of turning the body into a tattoo canvas. The idea of comemmorating a special event, person, philosphy, whatever is nice. The idea that you should commemorate all events doesn’t seem to be a good one. Most people that do this are very young and I sincerely hope so many special things happen in their lives that the body couldn’t hold that many tattoos:)

  4. Dutch says:

    You want that ring in top condition when you put it up on eBay.

  5. Talie says:

    Translation: He wants to move on. She does not. They’ll probably get back together and breakup quickly again.

    But I read in US Weekly that Chris Hemsworth does not like her, and I don’t think that bodes well.

  6. CleaK says:

    I call BS on the ring thing. I used to work in jewelry retail and there is no way in Hell Neil Lane would let a celebrity be without her ring for any extended length of time. Most repairs can be done w/in several hours and with how big of a celebrity ass kisser he is, her ring would be made a priority. Even if she did some serious damage, like if she threw it down the garbage disposal (it happens) there would still be some sort of temporary for her to wear. Nope, she’s trying to play both sides and it reads transparent.

  7. ds says:

    She’s just a kid. A showbiz kid; so it doesn’t surprise me she keeps going public with what’s happening just to take it back. I believe she still isn’t sure what’s happening with her relationship so if she acts the way she does I don’t see a problem. She looks really cute though and I do like her hair now.

  8. Blue Jean says:

    tattoo is ugly… suits her personality

    • DreamyK says:

      Seriously. I saw that tat and couldn’t believe it. Egads. Miley is very immature and somehow equates an anatomically correct heart to true love. Or something. Still ugly.

      • DetRiotGirl says:

        It’s more likely that Miley got an anatomical heart because she actually does have a heart condition. I forgot the name of her disease; it starts with a T and has to do with having a rapid beat if that rings any bells for anyone with medical knowledge.

        I think she’s had the problem since she was little, as I remember her mentioning it in an interview years ago when I used to nanny for two little Hannah Montana fans. So, I can’t fault her for this. It probably means something to her beyond the usual romantic conatations most people associate with hearts.

      • KC says:

        What you’re describing is tachycardia. As someone who has tachycardia and has known people with it I think it’s kind of weird to get a tattoo because of it. It’s usually not serious and if it is it is usually easily controlled with medication or non-invasive surgery. Other than increasing your risk of stroke most of the time it’s not a big deal at all.

        But to each their own, maybe it is a big deal to her or maybe it isn’t even about her heart condition at all. It’s her arm.

  9. EmmaStoneWannabe says:

    This girl is in some serious denial about what’s really going on here and also thinks we – the public – are very stupid.

    • Tulip Garden says:

      Agree about Miley’s case of serious denial. Not sure that she thinks the public is stupid so much as she is in panic mode about the situation. Almost as if she refuses to acknowledge the facts then they don’t exist. Not healthy.

  10. Agnes says:

    Bedhead, I hate to be super pedantic here, but I have to put my two cents in. ;) As my Art History professors beat into our heads, it’s either “Leonardo” or “Leonardo DaVinci”. To say “DaVinci” signals only “From Vinci”, which isn’t the artist’s proper name. :)

  11. lady mary. says:

    i guess all that drama was just an uproar for her upcoming album

  12. Aud says:

    So she too will end up like her hideous brother? Tattooed from head to toe?

  13. j.eyre says:

    This story is just not any fun anymore.

  14. Itsa Reallyme says:

    I think she forgets that EVERYONE can see her tweets. She needs to keep her thoughts private and stop acting the fool. She’s not as savvy as she thinks she is but that goes along with being 19, I guess.

    • Laura says:

      I think that was actually the point, since she’s so stupid that she thinks such a transparent set-up attempt at ‘explaining herself’ will fool the public.

      I really have such a strong dislike for this girl. She proclaims things such as, ‘I hate the paparazzi’ yet they are conveniently there whenever she needs them (e.g. without her ring, coming out of pilates). Furthermore, she’s just plain immature and untalented.

  15. JH says:

    That hair is tragic. She looks so trashy.

  16. virginia5 says:

    umm, didn’t she say that she would quit twitter a few days ago??!!

  17. KellyinSeattle says:

    She’s starting to wear on the nerves….sometimes she acts like she’s grown up, other times like an immature kid.

  18. Camille (TheOriginal) says:

    That is one ugly-ass tattoo.

  19. Mela says:

    God, that tattoo was such a bad idea. It looks so ugly right now (Why would you want to get an anatomical heart on your forearm?!) and I can’t imagine it’s going to look better as time goes on.

    She needs to just go away for a while. Stop with the Twitter, especially calling the public stupid when both she and Liam play the publicity games. Focus on the “music” and just go experience life/mature for a while. I thought she was doing that, but this denial thing is just proving otherwise.

  20. Hakura says:

    Everything seems to be in limbo w/their relationship, leaning toward the negative. If it doesn’t work, it wasn’t meant to be. As to the tattoo. Maybe that *does* have some personal meaning/reminder to her.

    I always wanted one, & waited until I was 24. (Drew it myself, pretty proud of it). It has incredible meaning for me, regarding something important (that won’t change, like a bf’s name or a pop culture figure/phrase) & isn’t pointless (like a random symbol). It covers my whole upper back, but wouldn’t be hard to cover if I needed to for work.

    Miley won’t be an issue for that (work). My thing is you only live once, so don’t be an idiot. n_n’ But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun.

  21. KC says:

    I hope fixed means completely changed so it no longer looks like a class ring with an oversized stone.

  22. Mandy says:

    They were way too young to get married anyway. It’s best that things ended this way before years later with kids.