Miley Cyrus Moves To Down Under With Fiance Liam Hemsworth; 'Wrecking Ball' Singer As Judge In ‘The Voice’ Australia [VIdeo]

Miley Cyrus is said to be moving with Liam Hemsworth in Australia and with that, she was also offered a deal to be one of the judges in "The Voice" Australia.

It looks like Liam may finally get his wish as Miley has been reported to have already given her consent and agreed on Liam's request and invitation to move to Australia. The two are already engaged though there are no definite plans that were made regarding the wedding.

As per HollywoodLife, Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus are already talking about moving in Australia which only shows that their relationship is already moving to the next level. Apart from this, since the singer will be moving with his fiancée there, speculations are rife that she has been offered also to judge in the country's version of "The Voice."

There were reports before that Miley will already be leaving "The Voice" and the reason is pointed to her relationship with her co-judges. Rumors are rife that she had a spat with the other judges of the said hit show namely Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Alicia Keys.

It has been reported before that Levine, Shelton, and Keys are already considering quitting the singing show due to Miley's attitude. It has been noted that the three judges can no longer stand Miley Cyrus in the said show that's why they are even planning to leave.

However, the management of the singing show did not even release remarks about this though speculations are hinting towards this issue. Maybe, Miley already saw an opportunity to leave the show after Liam Hemsworth's invitation. So is she ready to take on this and finally appear in "The Voice" Australia.

Liam Hemsworth may have finally encouraged Miley Cyrus to live with him in Australia but along with this move is her decision to make alterations in her promising career.

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