Miley Cyrus' parents, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus, have canceled their plans to divorce and are now back together once again, according to E! News.
Tish filed for divorce from Billy Ray in June, but they have since salvaged the marriage. They cited good, old-fashioned couples therapy for working it out.
"I spoke to Tish and she told me they both woke up and realized they love each other and decided they want to stay together," E!'s Ken Baker said.
Baker, a family friend, elaborated further on the couple's reconciliation:
"They recently went into couples therapy, something they hadn't done in 22 years, and it's brought them closer together and really opened up their communication."
"She also said marriage can be really hard, especially after 22 years in the entertainment business, and admitted they've had rough times."
"But, they didn't want to be another statistic and want to make it work."
"They went into the therapy with the goal of divorcing in a way that was healthy for the children, but came out of it with the realization that they in fact want to stay together."
"Tish sounds happy and energized about having this fresh start."
Confirming the rekindled romance to the world, Tish posted a sweet pic of her and Billy Ray on Instagram Saturday with the caption, "Date Night."
Last week, Miley's parents were also spotted holding hands during a romantic stroll along the Malibu Beach Pier, smiling and "laughing all night."
Not exactly a couple going through a divorce anymore.
The reversal comes two years after Billy Ray initially filed for divorce; Cyrus also withdrew that petition in mid-2011 after an apparent reconciliation.
As for the "rough times" they've been through, it's unclear what exactly that means, though there was that odd Miley Tweet about a mystery woman.
There's also Miley Cyrus Twerking. That can't be easy for any parents to watch.
We kid. Congrats to Billy Ray and Tish for setting such a positive example and putting forth the effort to make it work, rather than throw in the towel.
Seriously. Increasingly rare these days, especially in Hollywood.