'She's in a great place': Miley Cyrus focusing on her health and wellness to cope with parents' divorce

With all her time away from the cameras and family stress, Miley has been spending time with her beau Maxx Morando

'She's in a great place': Miley Cyrus focusing on her health and wellness to cope with parents' divorce
Miley Cyrus has been taking time off the limelight after Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus' messy divorce (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: In the wake of Billy Ray Cyrus' split with Tish Cyrus, Miley Cyrus was seen paying tribute to her friend Taylor Hawkins from Foo Fighters who died at the age of 50 earlier this year in March. Miley sang a rousing cover of 'Photograph' with rock band Def Leppard on stage at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles as a tribute to the late musician.

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Following the event on September 27, Miley wrote on Instagram "I miss Taylor so much. It was such an honor to celebrate him last night." The performance and her appearance in the public were surprising to many of her fans as the singer has been taking time away from the limelight after her parents' messy divorce. 

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According to reports, Billy Ray Cyrus separated from his wife of nearly 30 years in April and is currently engaged with a much younger Australian songwriter Firerose. 

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"Miley's never been one to hide out from the world, but all these life-changing events have her reevaluating her life. She's had a tough time emotionally, so after a lot of soul-searching, she made the choice to take a step back and recalibrate," an insider told RadarOnline.

Miley has lived her life in the public eye since her teenage years. At only 11 years old, the 'Malibu' hitmaker rose to fame through her Disney Channel show 'Hannah Montana' which came out in 2006. However, she has also been able to grab the headlines with her controversial appearance as a host at the 2013 VMAs and her infamous music video 'Wrecking Ball', released in September 2013. 

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"Miley's been in the public eye her whole life and never got a chance to fly under the radar until recently. It's been enlightening and empowering," a second insider revealed.

The source told RadarOnline that Miley has been staying low-key at her home and has also reduced the members of her inner circle. Apparently, the 29-year-old singer has "weeded out all the hangers-on and bad influences." Miley has also cut ties with her family member including both her mother and father. She is reportedly heartbroken over their estrangement. 

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"She's still processing Billy Ray's relationship with Firerose, who is much younger than he is. She wants her dad to be happy but she's also protective of her mom. She feels caught in the middle and has basically distanced herself from the situation. A lot of the time Billy Ray and Tish don't even know where Miley is," said one of the sources, while confirming that the 'Party In The USA' singer has stopped taking calls. 

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With all her time away from the cameras and family stress, Miley has been spending time with her beau Maxx Morando. "Miley and Maxx are very happy together, and she feels safe and centered with him. But he doesn't put pressure on her if they go a few days or even weeks without seeing each other — it's very much a go-with-the-flow situation and she's extremely open-minded about what the future holds for them. They go to the beach together, listen to music, and hang out at her place. Miley insists she's fine. She's focused on her health and wellness and swears she's in a great place," the source confirmed. 

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Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.

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