Last night, Liam Hemsworth stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in New York City to promote his upcoming rom-com movie Isn’t It Romantic (out on Feb. 13) and to chat about the stunning ring he gave his new bride, Miley Cyrus.
“I haven’t seen you since you got married. Congratulations! People love you and Miley together,” Fallon said, before bringing up the couple’s recent appearance at the G’Day U.S.A. Awards. Hemsworth had referred to
Miley as his wife at the ceremony, which had fans freaking out. She was kind of heckling you from the crowd,” the late night host added.
“Yeah, I started saying nice things about her, and then she wanted more, obviously. So I said, I’ll tell you when I get home,” Hemsworth joked.
But what really kept Fallon’s attention from the couple’s adorable (and viral) exchange was the brilliance of Miley’s ring. “What kind of rock did you get her, man? Holy moly!” Fallon inquired.
“There’s a few different rocks on there, not to brag, but there’s a couple different ones,” Liam said about the sparkling wedding ring. “I thought it was CGI when I first saw that. I was convinced that it was CGI because it did a full on bling.”
Fallon joked that perhaps Miley has “magical powers too and she’s sending a zapping something from her ring to you,” and Hemsworth agreed “She does. She’s brainwashed me.”
Neil Lane, the famed jeweler behind Miley’s bling (and many other celebrity engagement rings), revealed that her rock is a 19th-century cushion-cut stone. It sits on a gold band with an Art Nouveau design, covered in “with tiny little swirls and diamond details within a floral pattern,” he told Racked in 2016.
Last December, the Hemsworths tied the knot in a low-key ceremony at Miley’s house in Nashville, Tennessee where only a group of the couple’s closest family members and friends were in attendance. The couple didn’t want the ceremony to be posted on social media, however, a friend of the groom did not get the memo and shared a few snapshots to his Instagram Story, which soon went viral.
Thankfully, Miley was surprisingly laid-back about the mishap, according to older sister Brandi Cyrus, who explained on her podcast: “Even with family and close friends, they still made a point to say, ‘Hey guys, this is a private thing for a reason. We love you all, but please don’t take photos.” She added that “whenever they’ve talked about getting married, they’ve always wanted to keep it very small and it just be the family and just be at the house.”
Miley and Liam aren’t the first couple in the family to get hitched at an in-home ceremony. Twenty-five years ago, Miley’s parents (country singer Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus) also became husband and wife at their home in Franklin, Tennessee.
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