“Miley Cyrus Reveals Glastonbury 2019 Performance Marked the End of Her Marriage with Liam Hemsworth, Blames It on Their Shared Experience of Trauma”

Miley Cyrus has disclosed the moment when she realized that her marriage with Liam Hemsworth was over. The popular singer, who sang the hit song “Used to Be Young,” and the Hunger Games star, who had been dating on and off for almost a decade, finally tied the knot in December 2018. However, they separated eight months later, with Liam filing for divorce soon after, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the break-up. According to Miley, she decided to leave her husband while performing at England’s Glastonbury Festival in 2019, which was held in June. The Hannah Montana star stated that the decision to get married had come from a place of love, as they had been together for ten years, but also from a place of trauma.

It's over: Miley Cyrus has revealed the moment she knew her brief marriage to longtime love Liam Hemsworth was over; seen in June 2019

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Miley Cyrus has disclosed the point in time when she realized that her marriage with her longtime partner, Liam Hemsworth, had come to an end. This revelation was made by the singer in June 2019.

In a new TikTok , Miley revealed that she came to the decision to leave her husband during her headlining gig at the 2019 Glastonbury Festival in England (pictured)

According to a recent TikTok video by Miley Cyrus, she made the decision to end her marriage while performing at the 2019 Glastonbury Festival in England. Before their wedding, the couple lost their Malibu home to the Woolsey Fire in November 2018, which claimed three lives and destroyed thousands of structures. Miley revealed that they were trying to rebuild their lives as quickly as possible, but it did not work out well for them. During her Glastonbury performance, she realized that being in the relationship was no longer feasible. She had been suppressing her emotions and pretending to be someone else for the sake of her fans. But now, she believes that putting humans first is essential. Miley also shared memories of the “magical” Malibu house where she recorded her debut album, Meet Miley Cyrus, which helped bridge the gap between her solo music career and her role on Disney’s Hannah Montana.

'Glastonbury was in June, which was when the decision happened that me and Liam's commitment to being married just really came from, of course, a place of love first — because we'd been together for 10 years — but also from a place of trauma,' the Hannah Montana alum began

In June, during the Glastonbury event, my realization of being committed to Liam and getting married came from a place of love, as we had been together for a decade, but also from a place of trauma. This was my perspective on the situation.

Devastating: Just before their wedding, the couple lost their Malibu home to the devastating Woolsey Fire — which claimed the lives of three people and destroyed 1,643 structures in November 2018

Heartbreaking: Right before their big day, the couple’s Malibu residence was tragically engulfed in the destructive Woolsey Fire. This disaster resulted in the loss of three lives and the destruction of 1,643 buildings in November of 2018.

Miley explained that her and her ex were 'just trying to rebuild as quickly as we could' but it ultimately did more harm than good; seen in May 2019

Miley Cyrus revealed that her attempt to rebuild her relationship with her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth quickly ended up causing more harm than good. Fans believe her song “Flowers,” which was released in January, references her failed relationship with the Australian actor. In fact, she even released a racy music video for the song on Hemsworth’s 33rd birthday. The lyrics of the song hint at the demise of their marriage and the burning down of their Malibu home. While Cyrus was filming in South Africa, Hemsworth was able to rescue their pets from the fire. After the tragedy, he shared a photo of the remains of their home, showing a “love” sign among the burnt rubble. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Cyrus spoke about the experience and said that although she’ll never be happy about losing her memories and possessions, the event helped her feel more connected to being human again.

When she took the stage at Glastonbury the following year (pictured), she came to the realization that 'it was no longer going to work in my life to be in that relationship'

As shown in the picture, when she performed at Glastonbury the next year, she had an epiphany that being in that relationship was no longer feasible for her life.

Miley had found herself burying her emotions and, instead, assuming a false persona for the sake of her devout fanbase — something she's now aims to avoid

Miley realized that she had been suppressing her true emotions and putting up a façade for the sake of her loyal fans. She is now making a conscious effort to be authentic and genuine in her public persona.

As part of her Used To Be Young series on TikTok, Miley recently recalled the chemistry she had with her ex-husband while filming The Last Song in 2009. Miley was 17 and Liam was 19 when they met

Miley recently shared a sweet memory from her past on TikTok’s Used To Be Young series, discussing her chemistry with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth while filming The Last Song in 2009. At the time, Miley was 17 and Liam was 19. She explained that their off-screen romance added to the magic of the coming-of-age story, based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel. Miley revealed that after auditioning thousands of potential actors to play her boyfriend Will, Liam was among the final three, and their chemistry was undeniable. This sparked a ten-year relationship that involved two engagements and an eight-month marriage.

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