The evidence is expanding... And no, we don't mean baby bumps!
Here's what has fans speculating Miley is ready to pop out a little Aussie demigod:
[Image via Daniel Tanner/WENN.]
At least Taylor Swift still has her squad!!
Well, OINTB's Uzo Aduba and Todrick Hall are also sharing their piece!!
"She will. She's a beautiful person and strong."
You might remember Uzo was just with the Blank Space songstress at the star's famous Fourth of July bash in Rhode Island.
She's clearly in her corner!!
And Todrick explained at length to People, he's not here for the shadiness. The Straight Outta Oz star confessed:
"In the words of Sweet Brown, 'Ain't nobody got time for that.' I've had my Regina George moments in my life, [but] I think there's a reason why you would call someone and record them. I'm not sure of everything that happened or did not happen, but all I know is I feel that I would feel taken advantage of if someone recorded me without me knowing it."
He even echoed Taylor's sentiments, saying:
"My heart goes out to her because she never asked to be a part of this whole Kimye experience. She just wanted to accept an award. And it's just, literally, like Bring It On – you know how they keep making Bring It On movies again and again and again? It's like it doesn't seem it will end."
The famous performer also went to defend the 26-year-old's character, adding:
"She's one of the most genuine people I've ever met in my entire life."
In fact, he believes there are more things to worry about than this petty feud.
"In this time when people are getting shot and killed left and right? Something horrible could happen in this country, and I just feel like we should be writing music that's helping change the world and not trying to do things to get extra press and calling them and giving them half of a story of what you're gonna do on your album. It's not cool."
But he has no hard feelings for Kimye, it's just the way things were handled that seemed "shady" to him:
"I like them. But I feel like people should always have the opportunity to defend themselves. To be called on a whim and be asked to be a part of something that you half-know what it is and it's controversial? That's not the way things should have been approached. It should have never been presented on a phone call in a shady, dark room."
So, do U agree?