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Madonna supports Miley Cyrus amidst latter's divorce storm

Mid-Day Saturday, 24 August 2019
Madonna has lent support to pop star Miley Cyrus, who has been accused of cheating on her former husband Liam Hemsworth. After Miley on Thursday took to Twitter to deny all rumours about cheating on Hemsworth, saying she has nothing to hide, Madonna responded to Miley's post, to say "there is no need to apologise". "Thank God!!...
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News video: Madonna Supports Miley Cyrus After Rumors About Liam Hemsworth Split | Billboard News

Madonna Supports Miley Cyrus After Rumors About Liam Hemsworth Split | Billboard News 01:20

After Miley Cyrus took to social media to deny rumors of infidelity in her marriage to Liam Hemsworth, the pop singer received an outpouring of support from fellow celebs, including Madonna.

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