Cody Simpson shares his version of Miley Cyrus’ breakup


Cody Simpson and Miley Cyrus broke up in 2020 because their lives were heading to “very different places.”

“It was kind of a mutual decision between us knowing that we were going in different directions in our lives,” Simpson revealed on Tuesday’s episode of the “Kyle and Jackie O” podcast.

The 25-year-old singer explained that at the time he was traveling to Australia to practice swimming in hopes of making it to the Olympics.

“I had just started training at the time. So my life was changing and I knew I was going to have to go back to Australia to do it properly and professionally and she was just going into her brand new album was going on tour” , he said, “It was really a bifurcation in the scenario of the road.”

Although they weren’t going to last, Simpson admitted he enjoyed his short-lived relationship with 29-year-old Cyrus.

A selfie of Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson.
Simpson says things ended when he moved to Australia to train for the Olympics.
mileycyrus/Instagram

“We had a great amazing year together and everything, we lived together through all the COVID lockdown stuff,” he added.

Simpson and Cyrus were first linked as a couple in October 2019, shortly after she split from ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. She and Hemsworth finalized their divorce in January 2020.

A mirror selfie of Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson
They publicly displayed their relationship on social media.
codysimpson/Instagram

They documented their whirlwind relationship on Instagram with several PDA-filled photos, but Page Six exclusively revealed that Simpson was in New York kissing another woman while texting Cyrus in December. And in August 2020, they called things off.

A selfie of Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson at dinner.
The couple separated in August 2020.
codysimpson/Instagram

The “Wrecking Ball” singer opened up about their split at the time, saying on Instagram Live, “Two halves can’t make a whole, and we individually work on ourselves to become the people we want to be, like everyone else at that age.”

She added, “We just decide who we want to be with our lives, what we want to do with our lives.”



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