Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson split after 10 months of dating

Gold Coast singer Cody Simpson and pop star Miley Cyrus have reportedly called it quits after less than a year of dating.

While the pair have not yet officially confirmed the split themselves, Cyrus did drop the hint while teasing her brand new song.

“Forever and ever no more. The #MidnightSky is the road I’m taking… head up high in the clouds,” she captioned a photo on Instagram.


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A source is also believed to have confirmed the news to Page Six, revealing the celebrity couple parted ways a few weeks ago after 10 months of dating.

The 23-year-old former All Saints student began dating Miley Cyrus in October 2019, shortly after her fling with Hills star Kaitlynn Carter and divorce from fellow Aussie actor Liam Hemsworth.

 

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Forever and ever no more. 🖤 The #MidnightSky is the road I’m taking…. head high up in the clouds.

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Speaking to 1029 Hot Tomato last year, Simpson said Cyrus, who he has been friends with for years, was “just the best”.

“She’s really passionate and very emotionally intelligent, which is what I really admire in a woman,” Simpson told the breakfast hosts when asked what he loves most about the 27-year-old.

Cody said his “Golden Thing” track was written for Cyrus whilst she was in hospital undergoing vocal cord surgery.

“She was sick in hospital so I went and I wrote her this song and went and sang it to her in the hospital and she loved it,” he said.

“I ended up recording it that week and she said if you don’t put this out this week i’m going to put it out for you because everyone needs to hear this.

“So I ended up putting it out, and it’s just a beautiful little moment, it’s not my single or anything, it’s just an acoustic thing I wanted to share that’s special to me at this time,” he told the breakfast hosts.

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