It definitely seems that things are going well for Liam Hemsworth. Although the star refused to reveal too much, he did claim that he was happy. As imagined, Liam refused to talk about the rumors that have been on lately, saying that he and Miley were planning on getting married.
Liam talked to ET during an interview and claimed that “everyone’s happy.” “I’m happy. Yeah,” he said. Well, the reporter asked Liam about the status of his relationship with Miley, but the actor was not ready to share anything. “I just find it’s easier to not talk about my personal life because usually I say the wrong thing, so it ends up just complicating things more. So, I feel like it’s better not to talk about it,” he said.
As imagined, the reporter tried to make Liam say something, so she asked about the wedding destinations, as it has been rumored that Liam and Miley were debating on a series of locations. “I don’t know. You’re not gonna get the answer,” the actor said.
However, Liam seemed willing to talk about a really adorable dog, whom he and Miley rescued last year, in November. Both Liam and Miley have previously shared photos with the cute dog, Dora, on their social media pages.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth first got engaged back in 2013, but soon after, the pair ended their romance. However, Liam and Miley got back together at the end of 2015. Since, Miley has been spotted with her old engagement ring on, so rumors emerged indicating that the two were planning on getting married. Some rumors went to say that Miley was planning a summer wedding and she was ready for family and children.
The speculation on the engagement went even to include the fact that Miley’s parents were helping their daughter with the wedding planning. Some said that the young singer had asked Tish’s help with writing her wedding vows.
The engagement rumors were denied by Liam in an earlier interview, but this has not stopped the speculation. Liam also confirmed that he has no plans on talking about his personal life, so most likely the rumors will remain unconfirmed for now.