Miley Cyrus and fiance Liam Hemsworth now have matching tattoos to express their devotion. The tattoos are from a 1910 speech by former President Teddy Roosevelt. Miley reveals a lowercase script, “so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat,” while Hemsworth’s ink reads, “if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly.”
The couple, who announced their engagement in June, wanted to make a statement by stamping their body art in unity fashion. It comes less than a month after the former Hannah Montana star sparked split rumors by posting a series of cryptic messages on Twitter.
“Ever feel like you want just… something more. not sure what exactly… passion perhaps?” she wrote.
She later squashed rumors the two were squabbling, tweeting, “No, there is not trouble in paradise …. just thoughts,” adding that she was “having some quality fiance time” with the 22-year-old “Hunger Games” star.
Cyrus, who has undergone a bit of a physical transformation in recent months, showed off her short blonde locks and Pilates-toned figure on the the “Tonight Show” with Jay Leno on Friday.
Though the show is taped in Burbank, Calif., Cyrus paid homage to the Big Apple, donning a maxi skirt emblazoned with the Manhattan skyline and a teeny black bustier.
She quipped to Leno that she sympathized with Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber, both of whom have gotten sick on stage recently.
“I had that happen one time and I was actually good because I got off stage quick enough and my mom was sitting there with a bucket,” she recalled.
Cyrus is making the rounds to promote her upcoming guest stint on the long-running show “Two and a Half Men.”
The singer-actress will star alongside Ashton Kutcher.