Hours after Twitter episode (Miley Cyrus stopped following Liam Hemsworth) the hunky actor witnessed the VIP Pre-Fight Party for Showtime PPV's Presentation of the One: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Vs. Canelo Alvarez on Saturday in Las Vegas. Hemsworth turned alone for the grand event which held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Before heading to the main event, Hemsworth made a stop and attended the private Beacher's Madhouse pre-fight cocktail party. He had a lovely time at the party and enjoyed there. He was all chatty at the party and talked to a number of ladies including Heidi Klum, a source revealed to Us Weekly.
At the party, he sipped a Corona and grooved to a Ne-Yo song. A source said, "he seemed really chill and in good spirits."
The source further added, "he was just hanging out with his friends. It was a guys' weekend in Vegas."
"Hunger Games" star dressed casually for the occasion and wore a casual white tee with a light blue open button-up. Hemsworth smiled at the cameras and didn't act all rude for the shutterbugs. Considering what he is going through in terms of his relationship with "Wrecking Ball" hit-maker Miley Cyrus. The Aussie hunk skipped the red carpet for obvious reasons and went straight to watch the match. Other celebs seen at the event were Justin Bieber, Busta Rhymes, Jerry Bruckheimer, LL Cool J and Dave Chappelle.
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus have called off their engagement putting a pause to their affair. With this Las Vegas visit, Hemsworth has certainly diverted his mind from all the mishaps happening in his life. We are sure they will find a way out, and as they say, whatever happens, happens for the good.
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