Liam Hemsworth with his brother Chris Hemsworth.
Liam Hemsworth with his brother Chris Hemsworth. Bang Showbiz

Chris Hemsworth disapproves of Liam's relationships

CHRIS Hemsworth hasn't approved of all of his brother Liam's relationships.

The 'Thor' star doesn't think his younger sibling - who was engaged to Miley Cyrus until they split in September 2013 after four years together - has always dated the right people and though he was just as "reckless" as the 'Last Song' actor when he was younger, he hasn't been very compassionate towards 24-year-old Liam's mistakes.

He said: "I've watched Liam do things I did at his age, like being in relationships he shouldn't be in, or being reckless just to prove a point. And I had no empathy. My mom had to remind me I was the same way."

The 31-year-old actor - who has daughter India, two, and nine-month-old twins Sasha and Tristan with wife Elsa Pataky - credits his older brother Luke Hemsworth, 34, for

helping save his career by making him less self-conscious with his acting.

Chris - who shot to fame on Australian soap 'Home and Away' explained: "Back when I was still on the soap, I became incredibly insecure and full of anxiety because I didn't know if I was any good. Yet I wanted it so bad.

"I spent years being angsty, constantly telling people I wasn't just part of a soap opera, that I was a real artist.

"And I remember Luke sort of snapping, telling me to shut up, that he was sick of hearing it."

And the 'Blackhat' hunk admits he had to stop being "self-important" after competing on the Australian version of 'Dancing with the Stars' in 2006.

He told America's GQ magazine: "After that show, I could never pull the serious, self-important card again."


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