Miley Cyrus’ sister Noah’s ‘messy’ move to Liam Hemsworth

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Noah Cyrus is a fan of Liam Hemsworth’s latest Instagram post.

The singer, 24, liked a recent thirst trap from her former brother-in-law today, sparking one fan in the comments of PopCrave’s post on X (formerly Twitter) to label the youngest Cyrus sibling as “messy.”

The Land of Bad actor, 34 — who was married to Noah’s older sister Miley Cyrus from 2018 to 2020 — posted a gym selfie to Instagram on Saturday showing off his muscled arms in a tank top and a pair of adidas sweats.

“#Legday,” he captioned the post.

“A massive thank you to everyone that has watched ‘Land of Bad!’ The feedback has been awesome. Extremely grateful for all the love and support!”

The move comes amid rumours of a feud brewing within the Cyrus family following reports that the girls’ mother, Tish Cyrus, began dating her now husband Dominic Purcell after he previously was romantically involved with Noah.

According to Us Weekly, who first reported the news, Noah and the Prison Break star were allegedly dating for around eight or nine months before Tish began pursuing him.

Upon news of the relationship, one source close to Miley, 31, revealed to People Magazine “Miley had no idea about the drama with Dominic. No idea at all.”

“[Miley] confronted her mum about it. She thinks it’s a strange situation, but she loves her mum and wants her to be happy,” the insider continued at the time.

The couple has since begun therapy to start “working on their communication,” a source revealed to Us Weekly on Thursday.

“It pushed them away from one another [and it’s] going to take time to heal,” a second source told the outlet.

Tish, 56, and Purcell, 54, confirmed their relationship to the public in November 2022. They eventually married in a ceremony held in maid-of-honour Miley’s backyard nine months later — just over a year after Tish filed for divorce from her ex-husband Billy Ray Cyrus.

This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission.