Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, Engaged

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Miley Cyrus could easily have stolen the show, but she didn't want to impose on her man's big night.

The "We Can't Stop" singer, wearing a red and black leather dress and sky-high white heels, stood off to the side while Liam Hemsworth worked the red carpet at the L.A. premiere of his new corporate-espionage thriller Paranoia.

Miley did pose for pictures, both solo and with Liam, but she left the press to her fiancé, who looked as hunky as ever in a sharp black suit.

Miley Cyrus

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Miley did respond to one reporter, who playfully asked for a twerking lesson on the spot.

"Not tonight!" she laughed.

And it turns out she can be tamed—while the cut-out leather and snake-print detailing turned Miley's dress into an edgy red-carpet look, the tea-length skirt and high neck were comparably chaste for her. (We're just so used to the short-shorts and under boob!)

But Miley and Liam made for a pretty dashing pair out there tonight, don't you think?

Asked what he hopes Paranoia may do for his acting cred, Liam—otherwise known as Gale in the Hunger Games films—told reporters that he picks every film "for different reasons."

"And every film I grow as an actor and, I think, as a person, especially when you work with these kinds of actors. It was nice to see how much they still cared about film. You know they love makings movies and that's what I love to do."

The 23-year-old Australian's costars are indeed an illustrious bunch that includes Amber Heard, Gary Oldman, Harrison Ford, Josh Holloway, Richard Dreyfuss, Embeth Davidtz and Julian McMahon.

(Originally published Aug. 8, 2013, at 7:33 p.m. PT)

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