And while In Touch claims the couple had a secret meet-up at Cyrus' home in Los Angeles that ended with talks of getting back together, a source is confirming to E! News that reconciliation is most likely not in the cards for the Hollywood duo.
"They've always stayed in touch," the insider, who is reportedly close to Cyrus and Hemsworth, told E! News.
Another source said, "They are not likely to reconcile. They have moved on but are still friends. They still care about each other, but it's not romantic."
These quotes seem like the most likely scenario. And while our teenage selves would love, for once, if one of these young celebrity couples actually made it work into adulthood, the truth is, people grow up, change and grow apart more often than not. Just ask Hilary Duff.
Since the breakup, Cyrus does seem to be going about her life in a free spirited and single way. Hemsworth, on the other hand, has been linked to a handful of leading ladies, including The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev and Mad Men's January Jones.
Cyrus and Hemsworth ended their long-term relationship in September 2013, shortly following Miley Cyrus' raunchy, twerk-filled VMAs performance. While the cause of the breakup was reportedly Cyrus' decision and not a result of her brazen performances, the couple admits to having problems long before that.
Some of those issues are addressed in Cyrus' album, Bangerz, but the singer has been sure to say it's "not only a breakup album, it's a total story," according to ABC News.
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