No stranger to letting fans see the most authentic and unfiltered parts of her life, Miley Cyrus took it to Instagram over the weekend to take followers inside her Los Angeles home and shed a little light on life Post-Liam -- without directly addressing the split.
The nearly one-hour-long livestream included many musical moments from Cyrus, featuring a spur-of-the-moment cover of "Bodak Yellow" by Cardi B (while telling viewers she would love to collaborate with the rapper in the future) and a raw performance of an unreleased song titled "Bad Karma".
The musician then went into a full house tour, which concluded in her munching on an açaí bowl in bed while assuring viewers that "Things could not be going better. Honestly, they could not be going better. Happy, happy, happy."
Upon showing a close up of her açaí covered teeth, Cyrus jokingly told her fanss "Do not screenshot that and tag Cody [Simpson], please. Gotta keep it cute, you know?"
Cyrus was of course referring to her new 22-year-old beau, Cody Simpson, who then joined her for a joint split-screen Instagram live.
The couple gushed at each other back and forth while trying out different heart-frame filters ("There’s no point in trying to explain this mood babe, you can’t," Simpson cooed on-screen) and talking about their matching Teslas in the driveway -- you know, just normal couple things.
Things started getting interesting, however, when one viewer asked the couple where their first kiss was.
Simpson was confident that it was at 1OAK back in 2015, but Cyrus quickly shut that down, insiting that "it wasn’t at 1OAK, you dummy."
Cyrus concluded that the smooch went down at her house, pointing to the spot on her bed next to where she was sitting.
"I’m literally never letting go, he’s perfection," Cyrus told viewers. "This is our first time apart in like four weeks and we didn't ween ourselves off -- it's really drastic, it's painful."
"We didn't do even a minute apart before I left," Simpson chimed in.
Cyrus then went on in an attempt to inspire followers
"I bought a new computer just to archive our memories. We're literally the best couple ever, of all time ... There are good men out there guys, don't give up. You don't have to be gay, there are good people with d*cks out there you just gotta find them. You gotta find a d*ck that's not a d*ck, you know what I mean?"
The brow-raising commentary then went on as Cyrus began to explain her own sexuality through her new relationship with Simpson:
"I always thought I had to be gay because I just thought all guys were evil but it's not true. There are good people out there that just happen to have d*cks. I've only ever met one and he's ... on this live."
Unless Cyrus's ex-husband Liam Hemsworth was hiding somewhere in the corner, it's safe to say that she wasn't referring to him as the 'one' good guy she's ever met, which is just very ... yikes-inducing!
The comment is also being looked at as a potential jab towards ex-girlfriend, Kaitlynn Carter, who Cyrus dated nearly immediately after her split with Hemsworth.
Hemsworth seems to be on the up, however, as he's been spotted with his new girlfriend and Australian actress Maddison Brown out and about in recent weeks.
Regardless of whether or not Cyrus meant to intentionally shade Hemsworth, we just hope that all parties involved in the split are as "happy, happy, happy" as Cyrus these days.