Once again, rumors about “Wrecking Ball” star Miley Cyrus and Canadian singer Justin Bieber are circulating the web. (The two were previously linked last year. At the time, Justin was still dating long-time girlfriend — and Miley’s best gal pal — Selena Gomez.)
Life & Style and Liberty Voice reported the supposedly rekindled celebrity romance after TMZ leaked shots of the pair getting a little too close. “They showed Bieber leaving a party and going straight to Cyrus’ crib. The morning after, Bieber and his convoy were spotted leaving Cyrus’ house,” according to Fashion Times. Miley insists, however, that the pictures are fake.
The recent dating and hook up rumors — dubbed “Cy-Ber Banging” by fans — may have more elusive and mysterious origins. Liberty Voice chalks recent speculation up to the potentially disastrous combination. “Most people are fed up with the antics of these two celebrities and if [they] joined together in the name of dating, then the world [would be] doomed,” Liberty Voice writes. Although the duo separately stirred up a lot of controversy — Miley with bizarre, scantily clothed performances and Justin with his recent DUI arrest — Miley quashed rumors that they will be joining forces any time soon.
“Btw [sic] this is photoshopped,” Miley tweeted of a picture of the pair at rapper Pharrell’s birthday party. “Biebs wasn’t at Pharrells [sic] bday [sic] party. I never read this [removed] & that’s why.” Miley was similarly outspoken about rumors of the two hooking up around the same time last year. “I’m engaged. That is impossible,” Miley told TMZ in 2013. (Sources confirmed that Miley and ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth broke off their engagement in September 2013.) Miley also stated that she would never betray close pal Selena Gomez, who was dating Justin at the time.
Should the duo change their mind, they are highly unlikely to suffer one of the greatest challenges celebrities and people all over the world face before getting together — overcoming anxiety and shyness. According to a recent survey, 73% stated that men are not approaching them enough in public.