Caitlyn Jenner Getting Mole To Look Like Cindy Crawford?
Caitlyn Jenner getting a mole to look more like Cindy Crawford? That’s the claim in one of this week’s tabloids. Gossip Cop looked into the report, and has the exclusive on whether it’s real or a rumor.
According to the repeatedly discredited National Enquirer, Jenner’s “ego is so out of control” that she supposedly refers to herself as “Cindy’s sister.” The supermarket tabloid then trots out one of its seemingly fabricated (or pathetically misinformed) sources to say, “Caitlyn thinks she’s a dead ringer for Cindy, and she’s certain the rest of the world sees the resemblance, too.” The magazine claims Jenner was “in heaven when people started comparing her to Cindy Crawford” after wearing a white gown to last year’s ESPY Awards.
The publication does note accurately that Crawford tweeted a year ago, “Okay, Caitlyn Jenner borrowed my hair for her Vanity Fair show. Now, can I borrow her legs?” However, the rest of what the tabloid claims is fictional. The Enquirer’s source alleges, “At first, Caitlyn was telling people she should change her name to Cindy,” adding, “Now she’s consulting doctors and makeup artists on how to recreate Cindy’s famous mole… either permanently or through makeup!”
Interestingly, the same magazine falsely reported six months ago that after Jenner had been “mocked for copying” Angelina Jolie’s style, she instead decided to model her look on Julia Roberts. Now, suddenly she’s trying to be a “dead ringer” for Crawford? Of course, none of these claims are true.
Gossip Cop has consistently and accurately busted the tabloid for being wrong about Jenner. Among the Enquirer stories we have debunked are Jenner pursuing a “romantic relationship” with Monica Lewinsky, not being Kendall’s “real dad,” and going on “secret dates” with John Travolta.” Like those tall tales, the tabloid’s latest story is also wrong. A rep for Jenner exclusively tells Gossip Cop the claim that Jenner is getting a mole and doing whatever she can to look like Cindy Crawford is 100 percent “not true.”