Miley Cyrus cancels Bora Bora honeymoon plans with Liam Hemsworth

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Singer Miley Cyrus (R) and actor Liam Hemsworth arrive at the 20th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, California February 26, 2012. Reuters/Gus Ruelas

Amid scarcity of details on Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s wedding preparations, an insider revealed that the couple’s planned honeymoon in Bora Bora has just been cancelled.

Us Weekly reported that the “Wrecking Ball” singer has recently cancelled flights and lodging for their trip to Bora Bora.

“They had the entire trip planned, but Miley just decided she didn’t want to go there anymore,” a Cyrus insider told Us Weekly. “They have yet to pick a new locale.”

The 23-year-old “Hanna Montana” actress and the 26-year-old “Hunger Games” actor have made no announcement about their wedding since rekindling their romance in December. The pair met while filming Nicholas Sparks’ “The Last Song” in 2010. They have been engaged in 2012 but later on broke up in 2013.

Since making their reunion public, however, the celebrity couple only offered fans with scant details about their relationship, let alone their upcoming wedding.

“Miley is pretty adamant about having a small, private ceremony,” the insider revealed. “But Liam wants a really big wedding, so I’m sure they’ll come to a compromise.”

The reunited couple has been spotted enjoying time together in Byron Bay and hanging out with Hemsworth’s family.

 

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Aside from rekindling romance with Hemsworth, Cyrus has been busy filming for her television shows that will air next month. (Click here for related news) 

Cyrus is one of the four judges of “The Voice Kids” season 11, which will start airing on Sept. 19 on NBC. The singer-songwriter also plays a role on a new comedy television series for Amazon Prime, “Crisis in Six Scenes,” which will be aired via streaming starting Sept. 30.