US singer Miley Cyrus has been seen in a bar in Los Angeles with a young man with dyed red hair, black latex pants and a flashy red jacket. The British newspaper “Daily Mail” reports: The two were part of a larger group that also included Oscar winner Rami Malek (“Bohemian Rhapsody”, 39).
The guy with the flashy outfit seemed to have done it to Miley: They partied and flirted. Does Miley Cyrus have a crush on this teen star now?
The young man Miley seemed so familiar with is musician Yungblud.
He slaps his legs over hers in a familiar manner, even sticks his finger in her mouth, strokes her hair.
Yungblud, whose real name is Dominic Richard Harrison, is from Doncaster. He left school at 16 to move to London and begin his music career. For the soundtrack for the second season of the Netflix series “Dead Girls Don’t Lie” he recorded the song “Falling Skies”.
Yungblud doesn’t want to commit to one gender. In an interview with “Billboard” magazine he said: “I came to London to be set free, to paint my nails, to try sex with a guy, to try everything, to fulfill my fantasies and around find out who I am. “
Miley Cyrus also has a reputation as a scandal noodle. She was previously married to the “Hunger Games” star Liam Hemsworth (31), but divorced him in 2020 after only two years.
Worrying: They weren’t just flirting and partying. As reported by the US magazine “Page Six”, Yungblud and Miley are also said to have drank schnapps that night.
After years of drawing attention to herself with alcoholic party excesses, Miley quit drinking completely at the age of 26. But in January, she confessed to “Rolling Stone” magazine that she had briefly started drinking again during the pandemic: In the meantime, she was dry again, she said at the time.
That seems to have changed again in the meantime …
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