Miley Cyrus And Kaitlynn Carter 'Twin' Together In LA - Their Relationship Is Heating Up
According to a report from E! Online, Kaitlynn Carter and Miley Cyrus really seem to enjoy appearing as twins out in public. The 31-year-old reality star and 26-year-old pop-star were hanging out on Saturday with their arms hanging around each other in LA whilst wearing similar outfits.
Both Miley and Carter were wearing bright blue torn jeans and black t-shirts, where Carter wore a plain black-tee, and Miley was sporting a Metallica Master of Puppets t-shirt. This comes just a few days after the pair were spotted hanging out in NYC during Fashion Week.
Reportedly, Miley and Kaitlynn have been getting closer and closer over the last few months since both of them recently got out of intimate relationships.
Miley and Liam Hemsworth announced they had broken up in August, with Liam subsequently filing for divorce, whereas Carter and Jenner split up last month as well.
A source who spoke with E! News near the ending of August stated that Kaitlynn has been a "huge support system" for Miley during her separation with the Avengers star, Hemsworth. Liam, for the most part, has stayed out of the headlines for the last month.
Brody Jenner, on the other hand, who split with Kaitlynn Carter, started dating the daughter of the professional baseball player, José Canseco. Brody is dating Josie, who is more than ten years younger than him.
While it's great to see that Miley and Kaitlynn are getting along, some fans of Miley and Liam believe that their separation was a publicity stunt in support of Cyrus upcoming album.
Cyrus last released her 2017 record, Younger Now, which saw a turn in terms of the music genre. In past interviews, Miley said that Younger Now definitely had more of a country influence than some of her other records, however, she appreciates all kinds of music, including the kind that can be played in clubs.
According to Miley, her new album, She Is Miley Cyrus, is sort of like a combination of all the things she has done before in the past.