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Miley Cyrus is reportedly planning a huge 21st birthday party and sources claim the singer has invited her ex-fiancé, Liam Hemsworth.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer, 20, was reportedly left devastated in September after she and Hemsworth, 23, called off their engagement. The pair has since forgiven one another and a report claims they will likely reunite during the holidays.
"Liam and Miley are back in touch. They've forgiven each other and are even talking about meeting up, probably around Thanksgiving. Miley is super excited," a source told HollywoodLife.com.
"Miley and Liam talking has led her to invite him to her birthday festivities since when they were together they talked about her 21st birthday for quite awhile, so she is hoping and expecting him to show up," the source revealed.
Cyrus will turn 21 on November 23 and the pop star will reportedly celebrate with friends and family at a Los Angeles mansion. Hemsworth, who dated Cyrus for four years, has yet to confirm his attendance.
"Miley's planning a huge party at a house in the Hollywood Hills," a source said. "It's perfect timing because everyone will be in town for the AMAs. It's going to be even crazier than the one she had last year."
In August Cyrus, who got engaged to Hemsworth in 2012, made headlines over her lewd MTV VMAs performance. Reports claimed the former Disney star's racy new image added strain to her already fragile relationship and the pair eventually parted ways within weeks.
The "Hunger Games" actor recently alluded to being on good terms with Cyrus, despite their broken engagement.
"I'm extremely happy for all of her success," he told Extra.
Shortly after confirming her split from the Australian actor, the former Disney star insisted that she is now happy and focused on work.
"I want to be really clear and determined with everything I'm doing in my life right now ... I am genuinely happy, finally with myself," she previously told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.
"I think it takes you separating yourself from someone else to really be happy with who you are," she explained.