Breaking up is hard (and easy) to do for celebs

 
 
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It might have been a romantic holiday for everybody else, but Miley Cyrus says she knew back on Valentine’s Day she was breaking up with Liam Hemsworth.

People.com reports that in an interview with Fashion magazine that Cyrus says she wrote the breakup song Drive from her upcoming album Bangerz that day.

"I wrote it while I was working on Valentine’s Day — emotionally it was such a hard time," the singer says in the November issue, on newsstands Oct. 7. The lyrics include the lines: “We can just drive away from my troubles/Drive far away where no one can find us.”

Meanwhile, Chelsea Handler is single again, RadarOnline.com reports.

The comic, 38, and her on-again, off-again boyfriend Andre Balazs are off again. “He’s been telling his friends they’re done — they’re definitely over,” a source told Life & Style.

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