Miley And Eiza Get Big Career Boosts
Miley Cyrus and Eiza Gonzalez both got big news in the same day, and it had nothing to do with Liam Hemsworth. Both actresses got big career news on Wednesday.
There are a lot of things you can say about Liam Hemsworth right now, but you can never say he doesn't love a successful woman. Just days after a split between Hemsworth and fiance Miley Cyrus, both she and his new girlfriend/fling/friend both have big news on the horizon.
Twenty-three-year-old Eiza Gonzalez was spotted kissing Hemsworth on Tuesday after rumors the two had begun dating, and suddenly everyone wants to know the life story of the Latin actress. Gonzalez reportedly moved to Los Angeles to launch her acting career in the United States, and it looks like she is one step closer to that goal. Filmmaker Adrian Cervantes told E! News she has been cast in his new film All Hail the Squash Blossom Queen.
"Eiza won't play a Hispanic part, but a straight American girl," Cervantes said.
The film also reportedly stars Bonnie Wright (better known as Ginny Weasley from Harry Potter) and Cameron Monaghan.
"The whole movie takes place during a single summer," Cervantes said. "[It's about] a small-town girl who lives to compete in beauty pageants. She'll be facing a huge challenge when her main love interest [Bumbershoot, played by Monaghan] becomes her biggest opponent at the town's beauty pageant."
But while Gonzalez got the good news, Hemsworth's former fiancee got some good news of her own. Her new single, "Wrecking Ball," (in all its naked glory) landed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts, knocking Katy Perry's "Roar" out of the number one spot. According to Billboard, the song was streamed 2.5 million times in one week (and that is only in the U.S.!). The video also reach 100 million Vevo views in the same week.
Hemsworth may be out on his own for now, but it's clear what he looks for in a woman. Let's just hope he can find the one that can make him happy.
Cyrus' new album Bangerz will be out Oct. 8.
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