She already has numerous tattoos and now Miley Cyrus is continuing her show of rebellion with a new nose ring. The former Disney star, 19, was spotted wearing a gold hoop while on a stroll with her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth in Studio City, California. The star first had her nose pierced in 2009 with a tiny little stud but seemed to remove it soon after.
But the star has clearly upgraded to bigger bling this time around. Miley and her Hunger Games star beau were enjoying the sunshine yesterday, but it seems the actor had caught a few too many rays. The Hunger Games star appeared to have been suffering from slight sunburn the pair stopped in at American Apparel.
The 22-year-old had clearly forgotten to fully protect himself from UV rays and displayed a red chest while out with his famous girlfriend. He let his shoulders cool off in a yellow vest which he teamed with a pair of denim shorts and trainers, while keeping his face hidden behind a shabby beard and sunglasses. If Miley looked a little down beat it's no surprise - her movie, LOL, flopped at the box office last weekend and received bad reviews from critics. The teen romantic comedy flopped at the U.S. box office last weekend after being released in a limited number of screens.
According to sources, the film, which co-stars Demi Moore and Ashley Greene, earned approximately $46,500. However Miley tweeted how proud she was of the film, despite the low box office receipts.
'Thank u so much for everyone who went to see LOL,' she wrote on Monday. 'It is a film I loved making and I am proud of. That's all that matters to me.' Miley plays high school student Lola in the coming of age film, which is based on the 2008 French movie of the same name.
Lionsgate, the studio that released LOL, unusually did not report official box office numbers for the film which was made back in 2010. 'My guess is Lionsgate had test screenings that were catastrophic,' box office analyst Len Klady told Yahoo. The film was also not screened for press review, nor was Miley made available for press interviews to promote the film.