Miley and Liam, it appears as though your relationship is in trouble. And your problems seem to have started when you got engaged, so I think you should call off the wedding!
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, your management teams have pressured you to push off your wedding, and I think it’s the best move. It’s in both of your best interests to postpone the ceremony indefinitely — you’re too young to get married! It may even save your relationship!
Miley & Liam: Call Off Your Wedding — It’ll Save Your Relationship
Miley, you told the September 2012 issue of Marie Claire that, “Life is too short not to be with the person you want to be with.” I totally agree with this statement, but you can achieve the same thing without getting married. You seem to agree because you also said, “I don’t really care about the wedding or the piece of paper as much as I do the promise we’ve made to each other. And we want to have a long engagement.”
A super long engagement is exactly what you need. The idea of getting married seems to be putting too much pressure on the both of you. You’ve reportedly been fighting over the wedding and randomly removing your engagement ring after arguments.
Miley: You’re Still Finding Out Who You Are
Furthermore, Miley, you’re still finding out who you are as a person. In August, you went platinum blonde and cut a bit of your hair off. Within a week, you cut more hair off and debuted a completely different look! I applaud you for taking such a risk with your look, but it’s clear that you’re still figuring yourself out.
Your 20s are all about growing up, changing and molding into the person you’re going to become for the rest of your life. Getting engaged at 19-years-old sort of complicates that process. How can you and Liam possibly know that you want to spend the rest of your lives together? You’re 19 and he’s 23. You’re both so young.
Friends & Family Doubt A Long-Lasting Relationship
A source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively, “none of [your] friends are expecting [you] to actually make it down the aisle.” Even worse — your family isn’t betting on a long-lasting relationship either. “The truth is, [Miley’s] family isn’t really expecting [her] to spend the rest of her life with Liam. She’s still a teenager, and really isn’t ready for marriage.”
Miley, your management team is also worried that a rushed wedding will be bad for your image — and that a quick divorce would be even more damaging. I couldn’t agree more. Kim Kardashian received a lot of flak for rushing her marriage with Kris Humphries and getting divorced only 72 days later — she’s still trying to repair her image, 18 months after filing!
Relationship expert Diana Falzone tells us, “Marriage is supposed to be forever. If a couple is having serious doubts then in no way should they say I do. They are a young couple with intense media pressure around them. I recommend they take a step back and re-evaluate the relationship, however there is no need to cancel the wedding, but perhaps postpone it until their issues are resolved.”
There’s too much doubt and pressure surrounding your relationship, Miley. I think that once the pressure of getting married is off, you and Liam can both go back to being the loving couple you once were. Find out who you are, grow up together and then you can revisit the idea of marriage in the future.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you agree? Should Miley and Liam call off their wedding?
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— Chris Rogers
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