Liam Hemsworth returns to LA after rumoured split from Miley

Liam Hemsworth arriving at LAX
Liam Hemsworth arriving at LAX Bang Showbiz

LIAM Hemsworth has arrived back in Los Angeles after his split from with Miley Cyrus.

The 'Hunger Games' actor touched down at LAX airport yesterday (20.03.13) dressed down in a hooded jumper and jeans, hiding behind sunglasses and sporting a tan as he made his way through the terminal.

Liam jetted out to his native Australia earlier this month and stayed in his $1.6 million house, purchased by his parents in late 2012, to escape the turmoil surrounding his rumoured split with fiancée Miley.

The hunky 23-year-old star then made a trip to the Philippines to promote clothing line Bench, which he signed up to endorse last year.

However, he is now back in the US and with Miley, 20, once again flaunting her 3.5 carat Neil Lane engagement ring on Twitter, it is speculated the couple are going to work on re-building their relationship.

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Along with posting photos, the platinum-blonde beauty also posted a humorous video of her dancing in a unicorn "onezie" on her Facebook page, simply captioned: "#1Z #TWERK #WOP"

Miley, who first met Liam in 2009 on the set of their film 'The Last Song', was first spotted without her sparkling diamond piece on March 6, shortly after it was rumoured Liam had cheated on her with 'Mad Men' actress January Jones.

But the singer and actress was quick to defend her lack of ring, insisting her wedding it still on and the band was simply being fixed by the celebrity jeweller.

She said: "I didn't call off my wedding. Taking a break from social media."

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