Liam Hemsworth Breaks Silence on Life After Miley Cyrus

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Liam Hemsworth said he has "learned so much" in the past five years since moving from Australia to Los Angeles, and is now at peace since his split from former fiancée Miley Cyrus.

In a recent interview with The Associated Press, the "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star, 23, finally broke his silence about life after Cyrus, 20, and said, "These days I feel like I'm more centered and grounded than I've ever been."

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Hemsworth and Cyrus announced the split in September after being engaged for more than a year. Immediately after the split, Hemsworth was photographed with Mexican actress Eiza Gonzalez, prompting possible cheating rumors.

"What I always keep in mind is that I know what the truth is and that's all that matters," he told the AP. "I know I'm a good person."

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The actor also gives props to his "Hunger Games" co-star and media darling Jennifer Lawrence for snapping him out of his post-breakup funk.

"Being around someone like Jen, who is so honest and laughs all day long, I am forced to be in the right now," he said. "I'm much happier."

(Photo Credit: Jim Spellman/Getty Images)

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