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Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth Will Cement Their Love With Custom-Designed Wedding Rings!

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After Miley Cyrus posted the (above) of her and her hunky fiancé Liam Hemsworth around Christmastime of last year, everyone was wondering if the two secretly tied the knot.

And the reason why? Liam was spotted mysteriously wearing a band on his ring finger, while Miley was seen wearing a diamond sparkler on her finger in another pic from the same day.

Turns out, the two are still just engaged and from what we hear, will most likely get married in Palm Springs this June, which means those rings aren't the real thing just yet!

The two have been rumored to hit up jewelry designer Neil Lane, the same jeweler behind her vintage engagement ring, to custom-design each other's rings that are said to be "classic, but unique" like their upcoming nuptials.

The big question is will Miley go big or go REALLY BIG??

[Image via Miley Cyrus' Twitter.]

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3 comments to “Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth Will Cement Their Love With Custom-Designed Wedding Rings!”

  1. Leigh says – reply to this


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    Some men wear engagement rings, dumbass.



  2. 2

    He could do so much better, I dont get these guy's with white trash gurlfriends…

  3. Smith says – reply to this


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    I agree, he could definitely do better and she sure seems like white trash. They're so young still. I'm sure in a few years (if not a year) he'll realize what a mistake he's made and they'll get divorced. Given their age and the Hollywood scene, their marriage has statistically next to no chance of making it past five years.