Something still seems rotten in the state of Cyrus and Hemsworth. Following rampant speculation that Miley Cyrus and her fiancé, Aussie 'Hunger Games' star Liam Hemsworth, are on the outs, he was snapped hanging with friends Down Under on Saturday, March 9, as part of a planned trip. No big, right? Not until you find out the length of his stay in his native country -- and why he went.

"Miley and Liam have had some problems that they are working through," a source told PEOPLE about the couple's relationship. The insider said that the actor's trip to Oz was planned, so while he may gone home for a "break" from his betrothed, it shouldn't be taken as sign of a larger problem and they are still together. For her part, Cyrus even broke up with Twitter over her frustration with the rumors.

Still, the source said Hemsworth "doesn't have a return date to Los Angeles yet." So he is in Australia indefinitely, which, despite all the source's intel to the contrary, doesn't bode well.

Wait, doesn't the best way to work through something involve doing so with that person? Especially when you consider that they're having problems because of their conflicting schedules and Cyrus' addiction to media attention.

"They have their fights, but they are not ending their engagement,” a source said. “The fighting mostly involves his work schedule and the fact that she doesn't really do much. But now that she is recording more, they are just having arguments over the amount of time they spend with each other.”

The source added, “She knew that [not wearing her engagement ring] was going to cause a scene, as much as she says she hates all the talk, she actually loves it because it will get Liam to see these pictures and have him see her more. She is playing games against the media and Liam.”

Whatever the problems that Cyrus and Hemsworth are working through, we hope they achieve a resolution. We don't need Miley getting all bummed and shaving her head in some sort of act of rebellion. Oh wait, she already did that.

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