Miley Cyrus’ love life has been hitting the headlines on repeat since she announced her split from husband Liam Hemsworth in August.
Since beginning divorce proceedings she’s been linked to Brody Jenner’s ex Kaitlynn Carter, and now seems to be loved up with Australian musician Cody Simpson – if her cosy pics on Twitter of them together are anything to go by.
She even poked fun of headlines about her dating life recently in a comic Instagram post from a Halloween party, after it was revealed she was dating Cody.
‘Met a couple new potential partners. Felt like I was on The Bachelorette,’ Miley quipped, alongside a photo of her with a person in zombie fancy dress.
But how long has Miley been romancing the singer-turned-actor from Down Under?
After a series of cryptic posts on social media referencing ‘moving on’ and ‘goodbyes’ following her splits from Liam and Kaitlynn, Miley was spotted kissing Cody at a restaurant on 3 October in LA.
The PDA was the first time the pair had been linked and came just a couple of weeks after Miley is thought to have ended things with Kaitlynn.
Since they were first spotted together in public, Miley and Cody’s public romance has escalated pretty fast, as the Wrecking Ball singer was struck down with tonsillitis and Cody stepped in to help nurse her back to health.
Featured in Miley’s Instagram stories playing her songs on a guitar to help her feel better, Cody also penned a love poem for the star while she was in recovery and visited her in hospital.
While Miley’s moving-on rate between relationships might seem swift to some, the former Disney star is not here for your negative opinions or judgement.
The 26-year-old took to Twitter to blast slut-shamers and ask people to be kinder about how they perceive her now she’s single and dating again following her long-term relationship with Liam.
‘I know the public feels invested in my past relationship because they felt like they saw it thru from the beginning,’ she began.
‘I think that’s why people have always felt so entitled over my life and how I live it because they’ve watched me grow up.’
‘But I am grown now and make choices as an adult know the truth/details/reality,’ she added.
‘I’ve never been an ‘adult’/grown ass woman experiencing this… I was in a committed relationship for almost all my teens and early 20s, with the exception of a few breaks, which usually in those times I was working my a** off with not much and R&R.
‘Get used to me dating – this is where I am at!’ she concluded.
Story sourced from – The Metro