Liam Hemsworth wants people to respect his privacy

| Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 09:41
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Hemsworth loves returning home to see his friends as it keeps him grounded

Los Angeles: Actor Liam Hemsworth says that he just wants people to respect his privacy.

The “Independence Day: Resurgence” star, who has rekindled his romance with singer Miley Cyrus, prefers to keep his personal life away from the spotlight, reports

"I just want people to be respectful of my privacy. I don't go out of my way to attract that kind of attention, or feel I owe anyone a show and tell. Some other celebrities don't mind, but I like to keep my personal life apart and keep the noise at bay,” Sunday Style magazine quoted Hemsworth as saying.

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"That sort of attention eats away at you at first. I read things people made up, or horrible things that are really alienating. But the thing is, if you read that one negative thing among the 100 positives, you have to remind yourself everyone else on the planet is thinking about their own s**t."

The 26-year-old, who hails from Melbourne, Australia, loves returning home to see his friends as it keeps him grounded.

“They're (friends) not impressed by it all, they're oblivious to most of it. They've seen some of the movies I've done, but no one treats me differently. It's, 'Oh yeah, mate, that was good. Wanna go for a surf?,” he said.

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