Hemsworth: I don't have a lady at the moment

Hemsworth: I don't have a lady at the moment

Liam Hemsworth insists he is single.

The 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' actor was seen kissing Mexican actress Eiza Gonzalez in September - just a day after confirming the end of his engagement to Miley Cyrus - but the romance can't have been serious as he says he has no one special in his life right now.

He told 'Extra': "I don't have a lady at the moment."

And though Miley, 20, has been the subject of controversy recently with her daring behaviour, Liam, 23, had nothing but praise for the 'Wrecking Ball' singer.

He said: "I'm extremely happy for all of her success."

While he is currently single, Hemsworth's co-star Woody Harrelson joked he should set his sights on another high-profile woman - Oprah Winfrey.

Hemsworth replied: "Who knows? I don't want to count anything out. She's a wonderful woman, very strong woman."

Cyrus - who has been romantically linked to music producer Mike WiLL Made It and Rolling Stone magazine heir Theo Wenner since splitting from Hemsworth - recently said she doesn't want to dwell on her break up from her 'Last Song' co-star and would rather focus on her career.

Hemsworth: I don't have a lady at the moment

She said: "I need to treat my music like a relationship - give it my time and all the attention it deserves - and that's my main love right now.

"This is the best time of my life. I'm not going to look back on it and be like, 'I wish I hadn't been dwelling over a break up,' you know?"

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