Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are ‘itching’ to move to Australia
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are "itching" to move to Australia.
The 24-year-old singer – who has recently confirmed her engagement to ‘The Hunger Games’ actor – is rumored to be jetting off down under and settle down with her fiancé, which is where the 26-year-old hunk grew up, because Liam has been desperate to return home for a long time.
Speaking about the couple’s plans to relocate, a source told RadarOnline: "Liam is all about the move. He has been itching to return home to Australia for quite some time now."
And it seems the blonde beauty may be in favor of moving because she has been offered "an extremely lucrative deal" to ditch her place on ‘The Voice USA’ judging panel to critique budding musicians on Australia’s talent show for their sixth season.
The source explained: "Miley has been offered an extremely lucrative deal to be a judge on ‘The Voice’ in Australia for Season six."
However, Miley’s mother Tish has made it known she is not happy with the possible move, because she doesn’t want her daughter – who she has with the ‘Achy Breaky Heart’ hitmaker Billy Ray Cyrus – to leave, although she knows Miley will go where there are more job opportunities, and more money, for her.
The source explained: "Miley’s mom really does not want her leaving, but she is going to go where the money is."
However, it is also believed the ‘Wrecking Ball’ hitmaker is following Liam because he is her "main priority", and living with her husband-to-be and still being able to work will be a "win-win situation" for the star.
Speaking about the pull factors for ‘The Last Song’ actress – who starred in the 2010 drama movie with her partner – the insider said: "Her main priority in life right is marrying Liam and if she can go back to Australia with him and make a fortune, she sees this as a win-win situation."
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