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Liam is among guests at the VIP pre-fight bash of Floyd Mayweather vs Canelo Alvarez fight in Las Vegas with the 'Twilight' actress sitting nearby.
As the media promo tour for her new album continues, the 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker is climbing up to the top spot of Billboard Hot 100 with her second single 'Wrecking Ball'.
The pop singer wants people to 'look beyond the obvious' to 'see kind of what the video really means.'
The music video, which sees the former Disney star getting naked while singing the heartbreaking song, racks up 19.3 million views in its first 24 hours.
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer flashes her nipple when waving to the crowd outside NRJ Radio Studio in Paris.
The pop rock singer momentarily stops the twerking but sheds off all her clothes in her new music video.
The '30 Rock' creator will kick off the new season of the NBC sketch show, followed by the 'Wrecking Ball' songstress and the 'Red 2' actor on October 5 and 12 respectively.
Vogue's editor-in-chief allegedly has decided to cancel Miley's appearance in the cover of the magazine's December issue because she finds Miley's VMA performance 'distasteful.'
The pop rock princess also reveals the single's artwork which shows her posing on top of a wrecking ball to announce the upcoming debut of the music video.
The 'We Can't Stop' singer writes on Twitter that she called paparazzi 'c**t' and spread it via her social media account because it eventually would make 'news.'
In addition to working with Miley and Adele, the 'Work Hard, Play Hard' rapper wants to do a collaboration with pop superstar Lady GaGa.
The former 'Hannah Montana' star says that she doesn't care about the negative comments about her performance and thinks people are just 'over-thinking it'.
The 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker says an alleged interview where she supposedly admitted that she 'messed up' is fake.
In an interview with U.K. media prior to her controversial performance at the MTV VMAs, Miley said, 'I am so f***ed up - everyone does dumb stuff when they are messed up.'
Steve Chmelar, who created the first 'No. 1' giant finger when he was 16, says that the former Disney star degrades the 'honorable icon that is seen in sporting venues everywhere.'