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Almost as quickly as they started, it now appears that Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter are over. The couple have parted ways after only a month of dating, with news of the split confirmed by US Weekly. Thankfully, it looks like the two exes, who helped one another get over the ends of their respective marriages, are ending things on a positive note.

Following the report that Cyrus and Carter had called things off, Miley posted a gallery of pics from her performance at Saturday’s iHeartRadio Music Festival. The new set of images arrived only hours after it was announced that Cyrus was once again single, but it looks like Carter is still a Cyrus stan, posting the comment “GET IT!!!” on Miley’s Instagram.

 

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Cyrus and Carter turned heads with the pair hooked up only one week after announcing the end of their respective relationships. Carter, who was formerly known as Kaitlynn Jenner, had been with Brody Jenner for four years. The pair were married in June 2018, but since they never filed paperwork the marriage wasn’t legally binding.

The new duo were first spotted together in August, with photos surfacing of the women packing on the PDA while on vacation in Italy. The pair were later spotted together in matching outfits at New York Fashion Week, with many sites confirming that Cyrus and Carter were overtly affectionate with one another in public, with Carter evening wearing a ring with Cyrus’ initials.

As for Cyrus, she and husband Liam Hemsworth shocked fans when they announced their separation in August. The pair had only been married for eight months, but their relationship spanned almost a decade. First meeting on set of their Nicholas Sparks film The Last Song, Cyrus and Hemsworth had an on-and-off relationship for 10 years but separated only months after saying “I do.” Cyrus took inspiration from the pairs’ split in her new single “Slide Away,” singing “Move on, we’re not seventeen / I’m not who I used to be / You say that everything changed / You’re right, we’re grown now.”

Following Cyrus and Hemsworth’s breakup, reports surfaced that a big factor in the decision was Hemsworth’s alleged penchant for partying. Although neither party has commented directly on those allegations, Cyrus does include the line “I want my house in the hills / Don’t want the whiskey and pills” in “Slide Away.”

One allegation Cyrus has addressed head-on is claims that she cheated on Hemsworth, something she vehemently denied on Twitter. “I can accept that the life I’ve chosen means I must live completely open and transparent with my fans,” tweeted Cyrus. “What I cannot accept is being told I’m lying to cover up a crime I haven’t committed. I have nothing to hide,” adding “I can admit to a lot of things but I refuse to admit that my marriage ended because of cheating.”