Will Miley Cyrus leave Liam Hemsworth if he still refuses to sign a prenup?

According to Inquisitr, Cyrus is likely to make her fiance sign an “iron-clad” prenup now that her net worth is “at an all time high.”

All her twerking has “finally paid off.” Despite having released music for free last year, Cyrus reportedly remains “one of the highest-selling pop stars in the world.” The “We Can’t Stop” singer takes home 95 percent of earnings from her tours, reports the Inquisitr. Her last major concert series, the “Bangerz Tour,” sold nearly 84 million AUD (60 million USD) worth of tickets in 2014.

According to EarnTheNecklace.com, the “Wrecking Ball” singer’s net worth grew to about 274 million AUD (197 million USD) in 2016. This, she earned despite not having released a chart topper in the last two years. “Adore You” is her last song to make it to The Hot 100 chart, according to Billboard. The track off Cyrus’ “Bangerz” album peaked at No. 21 on March 1, 2014.

It was earlier reported that Cyrus and Hemsworth might put their wedding on hold again. The pair was reportedly fighting over wedding plans. They were also engaged in a “brewing” battle over a prenup worth 245 million AUD (176 million USD).

According to Hollywood Life, the couple has “had heated arguments over a prenuptial agreement.” The “Someone Else” songstress is reportedly insisting on a prenup. Hemsworth, meanwhile, believes “it’s ridiculous.” He insists that “if they are truly in love, [an agreement is] not needed.”

“He’s a firm believe that prenups spoil the romance of a marriage…He’s assured Miley he isn’t interested in her fortune,” an unnamed source told the gossip site. The “Hunger Games” actor insists he “has enough money of his own.” There have been rumours that the couple has already secretly tied the knot. Neither Miley nor Liam has confirmed this news.