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Billy Ray Cyrus Has Something to Say About Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's Rumored Engagement

Billy Ray Cyrus Has Something to Say About Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's Rumored Engagement


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Quite possibly the most confusing couple of the 21st century, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, or Miliam as we like to call them, has yet to confirm that their engagement is indeed "back on" after Cyrus has been repeatedly spotted wearing the engagement ring Hemsworth gifted her their first time around. We've been practically pulling our hair out dying to know whether a wedding is in the works or not, and finally we got some insight into what the h-e-double-hockey-sticks is going on with The Last Song duo thanks to Cyrus' lovable dad, Billy Ray Cyrus.

When asked by E! News if his daughter is "offish" engaged, Billy Ray, 54, didn't exactly give us a black and white answer, but did say the cutest darn thing about his baby girl and her (hopefully) hubby-to-be.

"Here's what I do know. They're so happy. That's the main thing," Billy Ray told Carissa Culiner of E! News. "Miley and I, we always had this slogan - 'If you ain't happy, it ain't working.' Just seeing these - I still call 'em kids - these two kids happy, that's all that matters.'"

Unfortunately for us, the couple, who has been seen this past year hanging out with Hemsworth's family in Australia (while Cyrus dons a ring on THAT finger), has kept their possible re-engagement under wraps, choosing not to comment on the rumors. But if they ever do decide to tie the knot, Billy Ray said he will be there for them every step of the way.

"If any of my kids decide that they're gonna have a wedding of any kind, whatever role they want me to play, I'll be there, you know what I mean? They want me to be the butler - that's fine. Whatever they choose. I might make a good preacher."

If only all of us were so lucky to have such a supportive and encouraging dad! This is one wedding we would do pretty much anything to see, especially if this doting dad served as their officiant. Until that day arrives, we'll sit here and dream of their picture-perfect, and more than likely wild, nuptials.



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