Miley Cyrus asks Rebel Wilson to join her and husband Liam Hemsworth for a "tr-ouple" date
Miley Cyrus asks Rebel Wilson to become a 'trouple' with her and husband Liam Hemsworth after she revealed she has never been on a date on Valentine's Day
American singer and songwriter Miley Cyrus has asked Rebel Wilson to join her and husband Liam Hemsworth for a "tr-ouple" date after the Australian actress revealed that she never had a date on Valentine's Day.
The Aussie star, 38, is set to appear opposite Liam, 29 in the upcoming movie 'Isn't it Romantic', which hits cinema halls on February 13.
While taking to Instagram to promote the romantic comedy, Wilson made the honest confession that she never had had a date on Valentine's Day.
Wilson posted a teaser clip of the movie and urged her fans to see the movie, and also added that she never had a boyfriend on the love-filled day.
She took to Twitter to write, "I’ve never EVER had an actual date on Valentine’s Day - so if you’re like me, now you definitely have a date to come see my movie and be kindred spirits!"
Following Wilson's tweet, Miley jokingly asked if the actress would like to join her and Liam for a date on February 14. She commented: "Omg! Let's be a tr-ouple! You can be our date!"
The offer for the date comes just days after Miley and Liam got married in a low-key ceremony at her Tennessee home, surrounded by close friends and family.
The couple, who met on the set of their 2010 movie 'The Last Song,' shared sweet images from the intimate ceremony which took place before Christmas, on social media.
Meanwhile, Wilson has been sharing behind-the-scenes snaps from the making of the most anticipated romantic comedy of the year.
Taking to Instagram Stories earlier this month, the actress shared a photo of herself and co-star Liam Hemsworth posing in front of a green screen arm-in-arm.
"This was literally 4 am in the morning!" she captioned the candid image, presumably referencing her tiring film schedule.
According to a synopsis of the movie, after almost giving up on ever finding love, Wilson's character Natalie decides that she needs to put herself out there.
However, she is mugged on the NYC subway system and in order to escape from her attacker, she hits herself on the pole. When she finally comes to, she notices "someone has put a beauty filter across New York City."
Suddenly, Natalie finds herself living in one of the romantic comedies she grew up watching - and it isn't long before she attracts an impossibly handsome suitor.