Miley Cyrus has revealed that she lost her virginity to her ex-husband, actor Liam Hemsworth at the age of 16.The 27-year-old singer made this known while discussing her personal life in an interview on the Call Her Daddy podcast with Alexandra Cooper, revealing her first sexual experience was a threesome with two girls.
Miley also got personal as she spoke on heartbreak, sex, and how Liam, 30, was the first man she had sex with at the age of 16.I didn’t go all the way with a dude until I was 16,’ she said on the sex podcast. ‘But I ended up marrying the guy, so that’s pretty crazy.’ The singer confessed that she lied to the actor about it not being her first time.
I lied and said he wasn’t the first so I didn’t seem like a loser,’ she said adding that she couldn’t think of anyone so she chose a friend. It was a lie that I held on to for like 10 years,’ Miley said. She added: ‘The first time I ever hooked up with anyone was with a girl, two of them,’ and that they went beyond ‘first base.’
Discussing her sexual experiences with girls years before she met Liam and had sex with him at 16, she said: “When I was 11 or 12 my friends were starting to tell me what they were doing with guys and I didn’t really understand it,’ she said. So I got most of my girlfriends to hook up with me.’
I was attracted to girls way before I was ever attracted to guys,’ the Wrecking Ball singer said. ‘When I was like 11-years-old I thought Minnie Mouse was super f******g hot.’ Cyrus and Hemsworth, 30, were first linked in 2008 after they were both cast in the film adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel “The Last Song.”
Their pair got engaged in 2012 but broke things off the following year, only to reconcile in 2015 and then tied the knot in December 2018. The marriage lasted less than a year before they split in August 2019. Describing her relationship with Liam, she said: ‘The relationship I had for 10 years was an amazing time in my life,’ she said. I love who I am so much right now if any of those things hadn’t happened I’m not sure that I would be the same person.’