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Lindsay Lohan sends flirty message to Liam Hemsworth post split with Miley Cyrus




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Actor Liam Hemsworth has been single after his breakup with Miley Cyrus but rumours are Lindsay Lohan is trying to have a shot with him based on a flirty Instagram comment.

The newly-single Liam is currently spending time in Australia with brother Chris Hemsworth, along with other family members and friends and Chris shared photos from their adventures on Instagram on Sept 12.

One of the photos is a selfie of himself and Liam which was reposted to E!News’ page shortly after.

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Lindsay Lohan took notice of the post and left a comment that read, “Why didn’t we meet in Sydney or Bondi?!”

The actress/singer has been spending time in Australia while filming the country’s version of The Masked Singer and ranted about missing a chance to hang out with the Hemsworth brothers.
Given the fact that Chris seems happily married to Elsa Pataky, was this her way at sending Liam a flirty message?
Liam and his ex-wife Miley Cyrus announced their split back in August and they filed for divorce shortly after.
Miley has was spotted with Kaitlynn Carter several times since the split and they haven’t been shy about flaunting PDA.
The news of Miley and Liam’s seperation broke on the same weekend she was first spotted looking cosy with Kaitlynn so much so people speculated Miley had cheated on Liam with Brody Jenner’s ex.
However, she took to Twitter to slam those rumours and insist that the breakup was simply a result of her growing up and not being the same person who she was when she first fell in love with Liam so many years ago.
Meanwhile, Miley also released a new song about the split called “Slide Away,” in which she hinted that Liam’s partying took a toll on their relationship.
“I want my house in the Hills, don’t need the whiskey and pills,” she sings on the track. Liam has not commented on those rumours.

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