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Two people broke into the 'Wrecking Ball' singer's home in San Fernando Valley when no one was at home and took a luxury car and some jewelry.
Devon Meek said he would continue coming to the singer's residence until she accepted him or he died.
The former Disney star uses her phone to record herself singing the band's 'There Is a Light That Never Goes Out' and shares it on Instagram.
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer insists that her expletive-laden rant during a recent show at G-A-Y club was not about her ex-fiance, writing, 'I was just tooooo turnttttt up.'
The former Disney star rode the giant inflatable and tried to put it into her mouth during her recent show at G.A.Y. club in London.
Speaking of 'Wrecking Ball' during a recent performance, the twerking singer said, 'I'm gonna tell those motherf**kers that broke my heart, particularly one, to suck my fat d**k.'
The former Disney star, who is also nominated for eight awards at the upcoming event, will perform remotely from her 'Bangerz' tour stop in England.
During a press conference at the O2 arena in London, Cyrus slams online rumors suggesting that drug overdose contributed to her recent hospital stay, saying, 'I didn't have a drug overdose.'
The sexy video, which was created by multi-media artist Quentin Jones, is usually played before the former Disney star begins the shows on her 'Bangerz' tour.
A rep for Cyrus says that the shows in Amsterdam and Antwerp have been delayed after the symptoms from the singer's allergic reaction return.
Fans with tickets to the rescheduled shows in Charlotte, Kansas City and St. Louis will receive full refunds and have to purchase new tickets.
The pop star told Ryan Seacrest that she 'ended up doing way too much online shopping, and whatever they had me on to make me not in pain'.
The 'Adore You' singer has left the hospital and made plans to resume her Bangerz tour across the pond.
The pop star, who is being treated in a hospital for severe allergic reaction to antibiotics, says in a Twitter post that she does not want to 'die a famous pop pop dumb dumb.'
The singer's U.S. show will resume in August with two additional dates in Pittsburgh and Chicago.