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A play written by Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth? Count us in

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are working together on more than just their wedding — a source close to the couple just revealed that they’re co-writing a play.

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According to the source, the on-and-off lovebirds “have been writing a script for a play together,” and “it’s a dramatic love story.”

Based on personal experience, perhaps? Their love story is definitely pretty dramatic — they met on the set of The Last Song, were engaged in 2012, then broke up for three years. They’ve been back together for months now, reportedly engaged, but they can’t seem to nail down any details about their wedding.

First, they had plans for a small, intimate wedding on the beach in Australia, where Hemsworth is from and where much of his family lives. But that obviously didn’t come together, and just last month, Cyrus canceled their reservations for flights and a place to stay in Bora Bora, where they were apparently planning to honeymoon.

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According to a friend, Cyrus “is still very erratic with her decision-making.”

But apparently only when it comes to wedding plans. As for her creative outlets? Cyrus has no problem staying on the ball there.

“Miley is always writing, drawing and making music,” another source told Us Weekly. “Liam helps out. They’re so creative.”

And if that’s the case, their co-written play should be a success — after all, they’re both extremely successful actors and artists.

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Do you think Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth will be able to pull off writing a play together? Would you see a play written by the couple? Let us know down in the comments.

Before you go, check out our slideshow below:

Miley Cyrus Liam Hemsworth slideshow
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