Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus are posing for a picture: Why Liam Hemsworth Didn't Attend the Grammys with Miley Cyrus: 'He Was in Hospital'

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Why Liam Hemsworth Did not Attend the Grammys with Miley Cyrus: ‘He Was in Hospital’

Miley Cyrus‘ new husband Liam Hemsworth was noticeably lacking from her aspect on the 2019 Grammy Awards.

As an alternative of attending music’s largest night time Sunday, Hemsworth was apparently within the hospital. “[Liam] was in hospital in a single day, so hopefully he might be positive,” his Isn’t It Romantic costar Insurgent Wilson instructed Further on Sunday.

“He texted us this morning,” Wilson added.

A rep for Warner Brothers instructed PEOPLE that Hemsworth wakened, was not feeling effectively and needed to miss the press day on Sunday.

A rep for Hemsworth didn’t instantly reply to PEOPLE’s request for remark.


Liam Hemsworth and woman posing for a picture: John Sciulli/Getty Images

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In the meantime, Cyrus, who opted for an outsized black tuxedo and flared pants, was joined by her dad and mom Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus on the Grammys.

The singer carried out a shock duet with Shawn Mendes for his hit single “In My Blood” earlier than becoming a member of godmother Dolly Parton onstage to carry out “Jolene.”

Hemsworth and Cyrus mentioned “I do” in an intimate, secret ceremony at her residence in Franklin, Tennessee, on Dec. 23, 2018. She wore an off-the-shoulder Vivienne Westwood robe whereas Hemsworth wore a conventional black tux.

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The newlyweds are scheduled to attend the Los Angeles premiere of Isn’t It Romantic on Monday.

Isn’t It Romantic, co-starring Priyanka Chopra and Adam DeVine, hits theaters on Feb. 13.

The 61st Annual Grammy Awards are broadcasting dwell from Staples Middle in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT on CBS.

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