Miley Cyrus broke her Twitter silence by saying that her house "is no longer being maintained" because of the wildfires in California.

Miley Cyrus did not allow the California forest fires that destroyed her home earlier this month to prevent her from having a good time on her 26th birthday.

The singer celebrated with relatives and loved ones on Friday in what appeared to be a low profile affair this year.

The fiancé Liam Hemsworth posted a photo of Cyrus looking happy under a bow of colored balloons along with a sweet title.

"Happy birthday to my sweet girl, you are more precious than ever, I am very grateful to have you in my life," he wrote, adding a heart emoji.

His father, singer Billy Ray Cyrus, also posted photos of the family celebrating his big day.

"Grateful for this moment," he subtitled a photo of himself with Miley, Hemsworth and other family members, including Miley's younger sister, Noah, and mother Tish.

He also seemed to refer to forest fires, adding: "My thoughts and prayers with so many hearts that must be repaired, peace and love for all."

Earlier this month, Miley shared with her more than 40 million followers on Twitter that her home was incinerated in California wildfires. Even so, she felt "grateful" for what was left.

"Completely devastated (sic) by fires that affect my community," the singer wrote. "I am one of the lucky ones, my animals and LOVE OF MY LIFE achieved it safely and that is all that matters now, my house is no longer maintained, but the memories shared with family and friends stand firm. everything they have left. "

Cyrus then thanked the first to respond.

"Sending so much love and gratitude to the fire department and the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department!" She continued. "If you are interested in participating, see the following tweet … Donate $, time, supplies." She concluded, "I love you more than ever."

Contributing: Cydney Henderson

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