Like her new Rolling Stone foot tattoo, there are some things Miley Cyrus can't remove easily.
One such thing is the recent dedication the 20-year-old songbird made to her ex-fiancé, Liam Hemsworth, on the insert for her "Bangerz" album. Cyrus, who reportedly called her sweetie by the nickname Fe-Fe, penned a lovey-dovey message inside the liner notes of her album to her then-future hubby.
"I could not have made this album without one person…FE," Cyrus wrote to the "Hunger Games" star. "Thank you for inspiring me (PS. I Love You)."
While the twerking star also thanked her producers and her family, it's hard to ignore the heartfelt message she bestowed upon the 23-year-old Aussie hottie. The question is: Did she write it before or after the duo called it quits? Omg! has reached out to the record label for the details, but, since the pair formally announced their split on September 16, the likely answer is that the note was already in place before their relationship hit the skids. The album is set to drop on October 8, but we found an early shot of the album note.
Fans of the "We Can't Stop" singer first learned of her nickname for her "Last Song" co-star when she accidentally tweeted a screenshot of one of their text message conversations. She later deleted the tweet, claimed her phone had been hacked, and then backtracked and said she "realized I'm just an idiot & somehow butt tweeted my conversation."
Well, perhaps her first private conversation with her ex wasn't meant for public eyes, but this recent love declaration of love certainly was!