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Miley Cyrus upset with fans after they said she looked pregnant

Miley Cyrus has called people 'rude' after they speculated that she was pregnant


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Emmy Griffiths
TV & Film Editor
November 24, 2017
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Miley Cyrus has cleared up rumours that she is pregnant. Fans began to speculate that the Wrecking Ball singer was expecting her first child after she posted a photo in which she was posing in a loose T-shirt, with many suggesting that she was hiding a hint of a baby bump. Taking to Twitter, Miley was quick to shut down the reports, writing: "RUDE!!! Not pregnant just eating a [expletive] ton of tufurkey."

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Miley posed in front of balloons for her birthday 

The star even wrote about her big dinner on the Instagram caption, writing: "So close to b-day time! Stoked for a day full of Tofurkey & loved ones! Ain't it ironic? #VeganTurkeyBaby." The 25-year-old celebrated her birthday on Thursday, and revealed that her boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth, had bought her a rainbow jewelled necklace that reads 'Lili', his nickname for her. She wrote: "My mannnnnn's already winnin & it ain't even my bday yet! Rainbow LiLi is soooo frigggggen cute," before sharing a rainbow-themed bunch of flowers, writing: "Thankful for another journey around the sun!" She also revealed that Liam had bought her a rainbow pair of hooped earrings, which she wore for a birthday selfie. She wrote: "Lili turnt the birthday party! Blingin rainbow hoops ! He says there's more comin! Hehe!"

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Miley is a keen animal activist, and also shared some vegan turkey options for Thanksgiving Day. Opening up about her charity work during her Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, she said:  "I think realising – the first 2013 twerking, Robin Thicke VMAs led me to being the activist I am now because I realised that if that many people were going to talk about something that I did, or I do, I should make it a good thing and I should make it something that can change people's lives rather than be a controversial conversation that does nothing than become a fun Halloween costume for people."

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