Miley Cyrus and Dominic Harrison, famously known as the Singer Yungblud were seen close together at a restaurant in LA with friends in last week of March. This triggered many rumors wondering if they were actually dating.
Harrison is a British music artist who debuted in 2017 with a single and went on to make hits.
The Disney star was out celebrating the fifteen-year anniversary of her debut show Hannah Montanna. The show aired from 2006 to 2011, totally consisting of four seasons. Her recent song ranked at the top of the Billboard Charts.
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After some news outlets shared the photos of Miley and Dominic, which included photos like Dominic holding his finger close to her mouth or brushing her hair. This all led to rumors and discussions about whether they have anything in between.
Some sources have told that there is nothing romantic between and they are nothing more than friends and were spending time with their group of friends, celebrating the anniversary.
The British Songwriter and Singer is supposedly dating Jesse Stark, however, that isn’t official confirmed but multiple rumors have linked them together.
Miley on her relationship status:
Miley was married earlier to the Actor Liam Hemsworth after dating for long time and after their divorce has been linked to 2 other artists as well in 2019.
The Plastic Hearts Singer is open about her status as single on social media and shows interest in getting back to dating after Covid. She has also went on to share her happiness as being single on an Instagram post.
The star also celebrated the anniversary of the show by expressing her appreciation for her first character she played which gained her lot of fame. On Instagram, she shared a long letter about the gratitude, ups and downs, and showed her acknowledgment towards her parents, siblings and other family and friends. She has credited all of the people she has as friends and also shared some of her memories. And mostly she was extremely thankful for her character who gave her a lot of things.
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