Miley Cyrus can buy herself flowers — and take over the world with just one new song. With “Flowers,” Miley has broken Spotify records, gone viral on TikTok, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100’s Jan. 24 chart, thanks in part to the song’s connection to her relationship with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. The self-empowerment anthem was released on Hemsworth’s 33rd birthday (Jan. 13). And in the first verse, Cyrus references their Malibu home that burned down in the 2018 Woolsey fires, making it clear that she’s addressing their breakup. 온라인바카라
However, fans have taken those nuggets of information and created conspiracy theories about what may have happened in their relationship, ranging from high infidelity to Joker references. Even her older sister Brandi Cyrus is a fan of the theories, though she didn’t confirm any. “All the narratives fans are making on TikTok, it’s so good,” Brandi said on her Your Favorite Thing podcast. “The song did come out on his birthday — was that on purpose? I don’t know. Can’t say. Genius, though.” Brandi went to describe two separate fan theories, calling them “f*cking hilarious,” but stayed quiet on their legitimacy. “It’s the best PR that could ever happen because it gets people talking about the song on TikTok and it’s everywhere,” she said. “I’m letting this play out. It’s a first-hand experience situation. 슬롯머신
Only Miley knows the truth.” Cyrus has yet to comment on “Flowers” publicly, but whatever her intentions were, it worked out perfectly. “Flowers” has topped the charts in the UK and Hemsworth’s native Australia, and it already reached the summit on the Hot 100. Perhaps she’ll have more to say on her eighth studio album Endless Summer Vacation, which comes out March 10. Theory 1: “Flowers” Is A Response To A Song Liam Dedicated To Miley 마이크로게이밍
Perhaps the most believable theory is that Hemsworth dedicated Bruno Mars’ hit ballad “When I Was Your Man” to Cyrus at some point — maybe at their wedding or maybe when they weren’t even together — and the proof lies in the lyrics. The chorus of “Flowers” appears to be a direct response to Mars’ song, taking his pleas of “I should’ve bought you flowers and held your hand” and twisting them into independent mantras such as “I can buy myself flowers” and “I can hold my own hand.” Additionally, there is footage of Cyrus and Hemsworth dancing to Mars’ anthem “Uptown Funk” at their Christmas Eve wedding in 2018, proving they were fans at the very least.