Miley Cyrus made no secret of the fact that her career came before former fiancé Liam Hemsworth and now the singer is going to use her recent break-up as motivation to succeed even further in her musical career.
Though Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth shocked their fans and critics with a really young engagement, the duo shunned all news about tying the knot anytime soon. Whenever either of them was asked about whether we'd get to hear wedding bells in the near future, both of them cited a string of reasons explaining why they were waiting for a better time.
Cyrus was clear that she wanted to concentrate on her musical career and that everything apart from that could wait. Now, the former "Hannah Montana" star says that she's going to use her recent break-up to motivate her to produce tracks that are going to light up the musical charts all across the globe.
"She is obviously sad that her relationship and engagement is over but is going to use the pain from that to support her career 1000%," a source told Hollywood Life. "This new album is already on pace to do very well with the success of the singles and is exactly the medicine she needs. She is going to be everywhere for it and wants to support it with an amazing tour."
In another report, Cyrus reportedly told tabloids that she wanted to break up with her "Last Song" co-star in February this year because she wanted to make the biggest record of her career and Hemsworth was a hurdle in this mission of hers. During that time she penned the song "Drive" as she struggled in vain to dump Hemsworth.
"I wrote it while I was working on Valentine's Day - emotionally it was such a hard time," revealed Cyrus is Us Weekly report. The song is "about needing to leave someone but not really wanting to completely cut yourself off from the relationship. It's a time when you want to leave but you can't. It's also about moving on."