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Shakira is not the only artist who is in the process of being sanctioned after a complicated relationship and has seen a refuge in music, because this January 12 Miley Cyrus released her song “Flowers” which not only has references to her marriage to the actor Liam Hemsworthalso sends a strong message of female empowerment.
The 30-year-old singer has been the target of controversy due to her shocking makeovers, revealing performances, and outfits that leave little to the imagination. but it was her relationship with Liam Hemsworth that left its mark on her successful career and darkened her heart due to the criticism she received in which they accused her of having ruined their marriage.
Three years after signing the divorce, Miley Cyrus premiered “Flowers” and joins the artists who bring details about their love life to music.
In it, he reveals how painful it was to end their relationship, the fights that were in it and the tears she shed during the more than 10 years they faced rumors of violence by Hemsworth.
The release date would also make it clear that it is a dedication to the Hollywood actor, since it was scheduled for January 13 in Australia, where he is from and the day he celebrates his birthday. In addition, he is in London and this is the other country in which the melody is also released.
“I can buy myself flowers. We built a house and watched it burn”, This phrase in “Flowers” shows that it is a dedication to Liam Hemsworth, because in November 2018 the mansion that Miley Cyrus had in Malibu with the actor was devoured by flames during the fires in California.
“I am completely devastated by the fire that is raging in my community. Although I am one of the luckiest, since my animals and the love of my life made it out safely and that is all that matters to me now. My home is no longer standing, but the memories I shared there with family and friends remain strong.” At that time, the also actress wrote on social networks and was taken up by Hola magazine.
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