Miley Cyrus Attends Movie Premiere On Behalf Of Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus Attends Movie Premiere On Behalf Of Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus rocked the red carpet at the premiere of her husband's new movie Isn't It Romantic, but Liam Hemsworth was nowhere to be seen.

A full Grammys-produced Musicares benefit concert honoring Parton was filmed on Friday night, featuring Parton tributes from Miley Cyrus, Shawn Mendes, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Jon Baptiste, and more. "He's so proud of it and I really wanted to be able to represent it for him".

Newlyweds Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth clearly have a love so strong, it knows no bounds, and this week's turn of events certainly proved it.

Cyrus gave a bit more insider information, however, sharing snaps from the event and writing: "So proud of my hunky hubby @liamhemsworth & his newest movie #IsntItRomantic". It's the best. I feel so very lucky to be with somebody like her.


On Monday, Hemsworth Instagrammed a picture of his Isn't It Romantic co-star, Rebel Wilson, posing with Cyrus, as well as solo shots of his wife at the premiere.

"Dolly Parton thanking everyone over & over just for performing makes my heart feel so big I'm crying", wrote someone else.

Hemsworth apologised for his absence on Instagram, "blaming pretty annoying health stuff". "Thanks for the support babe!" he added.

She continued, "So happy to see him shining in this comedy!" "In my own heart, be in love with what I'm doing and, in my own heart, get goosebumps from the fact that I'm enjoying what I'm doing so much". According to People, Liam is now at home resting and recovering.


Liam, who stars in the new Valentine's Day flick alongside Rebel Wilson and Priyanka Chopra, couldn't walk the red carpet as he's unwell and has even been hospitalised, but luckily he had Miley to rock the carpet in a bright red Valentino gown.

Cyrus instead brought her parents, Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus, to the Grammys.

At the end of the moving tribute, the artists joined Parton to sing her hit "9 to 5", which was written for the 1980 film of the same name that starred Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.


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