Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Miley Cyrus Reacts to Comparisons of Her Recent RomancesCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Miley Cyrus Reacts to Comparisons of Her Recent Romances

By Ahjané Forbes 

In celebrity news, Miley Cyrus is definitely throwing that wrecking ball all over the place after changing her celebrity relationship status for the third time. The former Hannah Montana star confirmed that she and her former girlfriend, Kaitlynn Carter, split in late September. Shortly after, Cyrus announced that she and Cody Simpson are now a celebrity couple. On October 3rd, the singer tweeted to her fans, “Get used to me dating- this is where I am at! #HotGirlFall.” The new duo are very comfortable with each other each other, displaying PDA and sharing a history. According to, Simpson says that the two met at the wrong time originally. “We had a lot of fun then … but now weve found each other in a space where we’re not partying, working real hard and just like [to] keep things healthy,” she said.

In celebrity news, Miley Cyrus is seemingly not amused with comparisons being done on her relationships. What are some ways to keep your past relationship from affecting your current relationship?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Even though it is not traditional to jump from relationship to relationship, Miley is showing us that there is nothing wrong with doing so. Being a #HotGirl is a trending hashtag that is boosting everyone’s confidence. This was made in the hopes that women would feel more comfortable in themselves and moving on from broken relationships. Cupid has some advice on how to use that hot girl energy when dating someone new:

1. Don’t compare: Ladies, we all do this! However, if you are trying to move on with your new boo, don’t compare the two! Try to look for similar qualities like chivalry and taste in music. Don’t make your new bae your ex bae 2.0.

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2. Do new things: Try not to relive the past through this person. Take them to new places, so you can make new memories. Show them your playful side! Jump out of a plane together, or get tickets for a concert of a band you’ve never seen live. Keep things new and fresh.

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3. Be open to change: While you look for similarities between you and your new partner, also look for differences. They might not be your “usual” type of partner, but don’t give up on them too easily. Try to compromise. If they are more introverted, plan your dates at a more personal level. Taking a walk while holding hands or baking a cake together are two low-key ideas. If they are more extroverted, then you won’t have any problems finding out what they want to do. If they tell you what they want to do that’s outside of your comfort zone, consider doing it anyway!

What are some tips you used to stop comparing your current relationship to your last? Share your advice in the comments below!