They’ve both been gushing about married life ever since secretly tying the knot in December last year.
In a bizarre outburst, Liam, 29, shared a video of himself excitably screaming the lyrics to Miley’s track Party In The USA while chasing her through the airfield.
You ok, there? Liam Hemsworth, 29, shared a hilarious video of himself screaming wife Miley Cyrus’ track Party In The USA at her while chasing the singer through an airfield
The former Home and Away star filmed himself as he ran around on the tarmac, chasing his wife while singing the chorus to the 2009 hit.
Singing, ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah, it’s a party in the USA,’ Liam looked like a little kid as he tried to grab Miley’s attention.
Clad in a red Playboy tracksuit, the singer had been walking ahead of Liam, choosing to ignore her husband’s rendition, but soon caved as he pestered: ‘Hey Miley! Miley, Miley!’
Not impressed: 26-year-old wasn’t totally convinced by her husband’s vocal talents and told fans she ‘hated’ his rendition
Laughing at Liam, Miley also appeared to be filming and later shared a video of the pair on board a plane where she revealed she isn’t quite a fan of Liam’s vocal talents.
The 26-year-old said: ‘I hate it but for some reason, the people love it,’ before Liam burst out into song once more.
The Australian actor joined Miley in Memphis, Tennessee where she had performed at Beale Street Music Festival on Saturday.
Having fun? Liam thought he was hilarious as he filmed himself annoying Miley while they made their way off of a plane
Entertaining himself: Liam looked extremely pleased with himself as he ran around singing, much to Miley’s annoyance
Speaking to GQ Australia, Liam explained: ‘We wanted to make a new part of our lives – going through something this emotional with someone brings you closer.
‘At about three or four AM, I got a call from Miley. She’d found out from a friend, and that was when she told me it was gone.’
Liam recently spoke of the pair’s wedding that took place late last year and said their decision to tie the knot was spurred on by himself and Miley losing their Malibu home in the Californian wildfires.
‘I hate it!’ Miley later posted a video of herself and the Hunger Games actor on board a plane where Liam continued his playful antics
Make it stop! Miley was quick to tell her beau to quit it, rolling her eyes as she told her followers: ‘I hate it but for some reason, the people love it…’
Miley shared the same sentiment in an interview with Vanity Fair. She said: ‘What Liam and I went through together changed us.
‘I’m not sure without losing Malibu we would have been ready to take this step or even get married.’
The couple who have dated on/off for more than a decade finally wed in secret just before Christmas last year in their Tennessee home, surprising fans as they shared photos from their big day to social media.
Mr and Mrs: Liam and Miley wed in a secret, private ceremony held at their home in Tennessee back in December last year, with just their close family members as guests
A month after the pair wed, Liam confirmed in an interview on US talk show Live with Kelly and Ryan that Miley has taken his surname.
‘She’ll still obviously be known as Miley Cyrus, but yeah she took my name which was great,’ he said.
‘It was honestly one of the best things, I didn’t ask her to take my name, but she was like, “No of course I will, I’m taking your name.”‘
‘It brings you closer’ Liam revealed the couple’s decision to tie the knot was spurred on by himself and Miley losing their Malibu home in the Californian wildfires
He also explained why he and Miley had decided to shun a big wedding for a more low-key family affair.
‘We never wanted to do anything too extravagant or big. We find the whole thing kind of embarrassing, you know, we know how we feel about each other.
‘We just wanted to do something simple, organic and just basically with immediate family… it was a really special day.’
‘It was a really special day’: Speaking about his and Miley’s wedding, Liam said that the couple had only wanted a small, family affair and insisted: ‘We never wanted to do anything too extravagant or big’