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Miley Cyrus laughs off rumours she is pregnant after Liam split

Published 01/10/2013 | 10:05

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The singer had reportedly told the audience at the BET Hip Hop Awards she was expecting a baby
FILE - SEPTEMBER 16: Actress/singer Miley Cyrus and actor Liam Hemsworth have called off their engagement. The couple met while filming the movie "The Last Song" in 2009.  CENTURY CITY, CA - JUNE 27:  (EXCLUSIVE ACCESS SPECIAL RATES APPLY) Actor Liam Hemsworth and singer Miley Cyrus pose during Australians In Film Awards & Benefit Dinner at InterContinental Hotel on June 27, 2012 in Century City, California.  (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for AIF)
Miley Cyrus and actor Liam Hemsworth have called off their engagement.

Miley took to Twitter to laugh off rumours she had become pregnant in the wake of her split from ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth.

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The singer had reportedly told the audience at the BET Hip Hop Awards she was expecting a baby with rapper Juicy J and thought it was hysterical gossips took her seriously.

“waking up to the news that I’m now pregnant with @therealjuicyj baby,” Miley wrote (sic). The star then tweeted her best friend Cheyne Thomas, joking that she already has a name for the baby.

“Me: “did you know I’m pregnant with @therealjuicyj baby this morning… @CheyneThomas : “what are you gonna name it?” Me: “Juicy J Jr DUH (sic),” Miley mused.

The rumours followed only weeks after it was claimed the singer thought she had a pregnancy scare with Liam.

The couple reportedly prolonged their relationship due to situation before announcing their split in September.

Meanwhile, the We Can't Stop singer compared her new album to a museum-quality work of art.

The 20-year-old singer is promoting her latest record, Bangerz, and shared with fans on Twitter how they could listen to her new tracks online.

“BANGERZ is available to stream on iTunes (@itunesmusic) now,” she tweeted Monday evening with a link to the music store.

The star appeared to check out the streaming service herself shortly after and complained that her tracks had been edited before going live.

“Damn it's the edited version for stream :( #F**KINGBANGERZ,” she wrote, venting that curators wouldn’t dare treat tangible artwork with the same disrespect.

“You wouldn't edit art in a museum,” she complained.

 

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