Winning? In what can only be described as one of the more bizarre friendships to originate on Twitter,
Cyrus, who just recently returned to Twitter — she left back in 2009, telling followers it was at the suggestion of on-again, off-again boyfriend Liam Hemsworth — has become one of the former "Two and a Half Men" star's record-breaking 3.4 million-plus followers.
On Sunday, Cyrus tweeted from her new account, @gypsyhearttour: "Do not fear...the Sheenius is here!' I'm not gonna lie. I came back to twitter for 2 reasons. My fans and to follow Charlie Sheen."
Since then, the 18-year-old has been trading tweets with the troubled 45-year-old actor, who is currently on the road with his shaky My Violent Torpedo of Truth tour.
"Dear Miley, Welcome back to Twitter! Always felt you were epic! Now you proved it! Thanks for the love," Sheen wrote in response to Cyrus, to which she replied, "I always felt the same about you! You have taught me everything I know about WINNING. Duh!"
Cyrus, who won the Favorite Movie Actress at the Kids' Choice Awards over the weekend, shared on Monday, "Makin dinner for my fam right now. Honey sesame chicken, garlic rice & salad. There's only one thing missing & that's Charlie Sheen."
Cyrus even gave a shout-out to Conan O'Brien in one of her Sheen-based tweets, when she posted, "The only person that even comes close to winning as hard core as @charliesheen is @ConanOBrien =] I will see ya tonight @ 11 COB! TWEET ME!"
Of course, this isn't the first time the former "Hannah Montana" star has caused a stir with her Twitter conversations. In October 2009, she aired out what was believed to be a fued with fellowDisney starlets Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez. Cyrus posted a picture of herself with Lovato, who had become close to Gomez, and wrote, "Now this is what true friendship looks like. None of that hollywood crap. @ddlovato I miss you = ]"
Cyrus also had a minor Twitter battle with ex-boyfriend Justin Gaston that year. In one post Gaston wrote, "People mistake stupidity for bravery way to easily." The "Party in the USA" singer then shot back, "Yeah. I love when people mistake bravery with writing a few stupid tweets trying to make it seem like they don't care. You're afraid to love."
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