Miley Cyrus Bares Liam Hemsworth Heartbreak In "Wrecking Ball" Video

Miley Cyrus Bares Liam Hemsworth Heartbreak In "Wrecking Ball" Video
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Watch out Liam! Miley Cyrus appears to have used her much-promoted single "Wrecking Ball" to reveal her grief over the growing rift between you two. And is she using nudity to poke at your conservative side?

Miley Cyrus has sent a shot right to your heart, Liam Hemsworth, with her emotionally-wrought new single and video for "Wrecking Ball."

Liam Hemsworth, "Wrecking Ball" Video Is For You

There is no doubt that the very pointed lyrics are describing the difficult state of her relationship with you, her so-called fiancé.

As Miley sits astride a giant wrecking ball that crashes into the cement walls of a tiny, claustrophobic room, she sings, "We clawed, we chained, our hearts in vain."

She keeps getting right to the point that all her fans have been wondering about -- the state of her reportedly strained relationship with you, Liam.

"Don't you ever say I just walked away," she sings. "I will always want you, I can't live a lie, running for my life, I will always want you."

Miley's pain is so clear. She's been trying to grow as an artist -- reinvent herself from sweet, goofy Hannah Montana, to serious, edgy songstress Miley Cyrus.

Miley's comfort in her own very bare skin and with her own sexuality had reportedly been a huge issue for you Liam because you are more conservative.

You've been reportedly mortified by Miley's over-the-top racy twerking into Robin Thicke's crotch at the VMAS -- not to mention her simulated self-pleasuring with a foam finger at the show.

Miley herself didn't even want you, Liam, at the VMAs, a source told HOLLYWOODLIFE exclusively, because she knew you would be uncomfortable with her raunchy performance.

Miley: Putting Her Career First Right Now

Miley has made the decision to do what's right for her own career, despite your disapproval and the disapproval of your equally conservative family, another source told us exclusively.

But that doesn't make your disapproval and what it's doing to your relationship any less of a heartrending experience for Miley.

So it's not surprising she's singing about how hard she fell for you, Liam, and how much she's hurt by your lack of support as she evolves.

"I came in like a wrecking ball, I never hit so hard in love," she sings. "All I wanted was to break your walls, All you ever did was wreck me, Yeah you, You wreck me."

Miley clearly feels that you're blatant lack of support Liam -- hello, she couldn't have you at her huge VMA moment -- has literally been a burn.

"I put you high up in the sky, And now, you're not coming down, It slowly turned, you let me burn, And now, we're back on the ground."

Liam, She's Sending You A Message

Liam -- your lack of support and love for the new Miley has left her "crouching in a blazing fall."

I don't think anyone who watches Miley baring her soul -- literally expressed by baring her body -- can't NOT think that she's singing about the heartrending distress she's been going through.

I can't help believe that she's also purposefully using her nudity to deliberately mortify you, Liam, again. She's comfortable with her own body and sexuality.

She feels that her sexuality is an important tool to sell her music and she's hugely disappointed that you can't get that -- and that you disapprove.

Has your relationship with Miley literally gotten so bad that it's evolved into an emotional war?

Miley even seems to be saying that: "I never meant to start a war, I just wanted you to let me in, And instead of using force, I guess I should have let you win," she sings sadly.

Are you and Miley still engaged? Are you even together? Is this a last ditch effort by Miley to reach out to you Liam and is she hoping, by showing her pain, that you will respond with understanding?

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