The real-life relationship history between Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth is the only "dramatic love story" the couple shares a stake in these days. That's the latest from Miley's rep, who tells GossipCop there's no truth to rumors Miley and Liam and writing a play together.
Us Weekly recently reported the engaged lovebirds were working on a script for "a dramatic love story" drawing on their own experience for material .
"Miley is always writing, drawing and making music," a source close to Miley tells the tab. "Liam helps out. They're so creative."
Alas, much as we'd love to see a theatrical stage presentation of the story of how one woman's protruding tongue set piece and sparkly plastic weed sunglasses won the love of a sweet Australian boy, Miley and Liam ain't headin' to Broadway anytime soon -- at least not according to Miley's rep, who called the story "false."
That said, Miley and Liam have plenty of reason to be engaged in some creative planning right now. They're expected to tie the knot this year, though they haven't revealed any details about plans for the event.
An insider told Us Weekly Miley wanted a small, intimate vibe while Liam was hoping to go big. A beach in Australia seems to be on the list of possible locales as well. Last week, the pair reportedly backed out of plans to honeymoon in Bora Bora, canceling reservations they'd already made.
As for their decision to get engaged for a second time after calling time on their first engagement in 2013, Liam opened up about how his feelings for Miley seem to be permanent in an interview with Men's Fitness this summer.
"You fall in love with who you fall in love with, you can never choose. I guess some people just come with a little more baggage," he said. "I mean, look - we were together five years, so I don't think those feelings will ever change. And that's good because that proves to me that it was real."
While Miley and Liam have technically never confirmed their engagement -- despite the ring' Liam initially gave Miley reappearing on her left hand around New Year's -- Miley's dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, has said the pair's happiness in paramount.
"Here's what I do know: They're so happy. That's the main thing," he told E! News in May.
"Miley and I, we always had this slogan—'If you ain't happy, it ain't working.' Just seeing these -- I still call 'em kids -- these two kids happy, that's all that matters."