Miley Cyrus has deleted all her Instagram posts, and fans are confused as hell

Miley Cyrus has deleted all her Instagram posts, and fans are confused as hell

If you've been a fan of Miley Cyrus for a while, you're well aware of the emotional rollercoaster she can take you on. From the days of Hannah Montana to her Wrecking Ball days and her bizarre twerking on the groin of Robin Thicke, all the way through to her seemingly settled current state, my sister says that being a fan of Miley Cyrus can be taxing at times.

Okay, fine. I don't have a sister: it is I who is a fan of Miley Cyrus, and my heart has been torn in two by the latest development on her Instagram account.

Usually, by firing up my Instagram app and scrolling down to @mileycyrus on my feed, I (along with 76.2 million other people) can browse her various posts and selfies; applying a soothing balm to the second-degree burn that is human existence. But now, such a luxury has been denied me: and boy, does it sting.

Take a trip to Miley Cyrus' Instagram right now. See for yourself the horror. Yes, my friends: Cyrus has deleted each and every one of her Instagram posts from her account. What's more: nobody can really figure out what's going on, but they can't stop, and they won't stop speculating as to why.

Usually around this time, we'd have countless posts about the Fourth of July, Pride or even about how she's totally in love with Liam Hemsworth (they are, after all, engaged). Nope. None of that. Instead, we have silence. No Parties in the USA this time. But why is that? Luckily, the best thing about the internet is that whatever happens, you can bet someone will have an explanation, but crucially for the enjoyment factor, that explanation is usually insane.

Let's delve into the current conspiracy theories making their way around the internet right now. First up: the idea that Miley Cyrus is clearing out her Instagram page, so she can make room for all of the wedding photos from her secret marriage to Liam Hemsworth. That would be awesome, Twitter user @rashodcyrus!

Alternatively, there's also the possibility that Miley Cyrus is on the verge of releasing new music, and rather than going the Kanye West route and claiming outlandish things like "slavery was a choice" (not cool, Ye), Miley Cyrus is generating publicity in an entirely different manner. Take it away, Twitter user @EmsonManny!

Wait... are you noticing how both of those accounts were emblazoned with the name "Miley is Coming"? That... must be a coincidence, right? Friday the 13th has just come and gone, let's remember. Maybe this is all a creepy prank from Miley Cyrus intended to freak us out, before things return to normal pretty soonish.

That being said, I wouldn't mind if this was a publicity stunt ahead of her new album. The singles from her last album, Younger Now, came out back in 2017, but I definitely need new Miley tunes. Okay, Miley, ball's in your court. Show us what this is all about.