Liam Hemsworth-January Jones rumors resurface

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Rumors about how “mortified” Liam Hemsworth was about girlfriend Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance have now given way to more rumors that he’s back to romancin’ “Mad Men” star January Jones.

You might remember that Hemsworth allegedly had a fling with Jones earlier this year after reports of the two making out at an Oscars party surfaced. Now, according to Radar Online, the Aussie has allegedly been sexting Betty Draper all over again, despite remaining engaged to Cyrus.

The couple’s relationship has been rocky for awhile now and they are rarely in the same place at the same time. Cyrus might be naively oversexed (if that’s possible), but she doesn’t deserve heartbreak. Commit to it or quit it, Liam.

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