Miley Cyrus: 'Sometimes I Feel Like I Love Everyone More Than They Love Me'
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Feeling down, Miley Cyrus?
On Sept. 13, the 19-year-old singer and actress shared a series of sad tweets with her nearly 9 million followers. "Ever feel like you want just ... something more? Not sure what exactly," Cyrus wrote. "Passion perhaps?"
She then wrote, "Sometimes I feel like I love everyone more than they love me. Hate that feeling." Upon further reflection, Cyrus mused, "Maybe it's not that they love you less. They just love you the most they are capable of loving."
Though some believed the tweets might indicate problems between Cyrus and her fiance of three months, Liam Hemsworth, 22, the former "Hannah Montana" star assured her Twitter followers that wasn't the case. "No, there is not trouble in paradise," she clarified. "Just thoughts."
Hours later, Cyrus tweeted that she was "having some quality fiance time" with the "Hunger Games" actor. "Just what I needed."
At the MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 6, Cyrus told Us Weekly she's in no rush to become Hemsworth's wife. "I'm really excited to obviously get married, but I kind of already feel married, and I know we're forever," she explained. "I don't really need the paper right now, so I'm just really trying to work."
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Miley Cyrus: "Sometimes I Feel Like I Love Everyone More Than They Love Me"
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