Miley Cyrus Doesn't Deny That She Is Pregnant

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Thursday, 8 July 2010

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Not again? Maybe not, but this time it is sounding more truthful and it's being buzzed about more than ever.

The latest buzz out of Hollywood, besides the condition of Cheryl Cole, is that once again it is thought that Miley Cyrus is pregnant.

"If so", says a Source, "It belongs to Liam Hemsworth. He's been living there with her for about six months. I don't think she has been seeing anyone else at all."

Meanwhile, this time there has been complete silence from the Cyrus homestead in LA and the one from Nashville.

The National Expose publication reports they are ready to print and even have most of the story written, as soon as it is confirmed.

"We follow stars all the time and it seems like something is going on there", stated associated editor, Justin Lamb. "If she is pregnant this time, we think the new grandparents might not be too disappointed. It would settle things down a bit, plus Billy Ray is hoping to raise another little 'Smiley' should it be a girl."

All comments that have been made thus far has been "No Comment", but that's totally different from last time with the quick denials. Perhaps it's still being determined.

Keep watching for an announcement in the next couple of weeks. If no word, then we are wrong and apologize.

Dan Hillyard, Up2

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