Miley Cyrus misses Liam Hemsworth

Peter Kramer/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty ImagesAdam Levine appears on NBC News' 'Today' show.

Peter Kramer/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty ImagesAdam Levine appears on NBC News' 'Today' show.

A story is making the rounds that Miley Cyrus penned an “open letter” to her ex Liam Hemsworth in which she mourns her loss and shares regret for the raunchy behavior that unleashed a wrecking ball through their castle of love.

Citing a story in the U.K.’s Sun, HollywoodLife.com says she initially wanted to put her feelings into a song (a la Taylor Swift?) but then decided to just write it in prose. “Miley admitted to Liam she has pushed him away and said sorry for acting so mad,” says a source.

Don’t cry for her, though. Not only has she been linked with Rolling Stone magazine heir Theo Wenner, she was seen sucking face on Halloween with Good Charlotte bassist Benji Madden.

Given that so many people dressed as Cyrus for Halloween, there is a distinct possibility Madden thought he was making out with Paris Hilton. Just a thought.FeaturesGossipLiam HemsworthMiley Cyrus

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