Chris Pratt, Anna Faris Marriage On ‘Mend’ Story Is Made Up
Chris Pratt and Anna Faris have no reason to “mend” their marriage, because the two never had any problems, despite a made-up article by one of the tabloids. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the claim. We’re told the latest report about them supposedly “repairing their relationship” is simply a “lame attempt” by a particular publication to “cover its ass” after a slew of erroneous stories about the celebrity couple’s marriage.
The repeatedly discredited OK! begins its most recent story by alleging that while Pratt’s “career has skyrocketed,” his marriage to Faris has “nose-dived.” The tabloid further contends that ever since he completed filming of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, the actor has been devoted to “repairing their relationship.” A seemingly fabricated “insider” tells the publication both Faris and Pratt previously “felt like throwing in the towel.”
The outlet then adds gratuitously and fallaciously that Pratt may have had a “fling” with his Passengers co-star Jennifer Lawrence, a claim Gossip Cop already busted. Pratt, says the magazine’s possibly concocted “insider,” is now allegedly trying to get “things back on track” with Faris. But it’s all lies heaped on top of other lies.
Faris and Pratt have no need to repair their relationship because it was never broken. The completely untrue claim of marital strife appears to have first been made up by the very same OK! almost exactly one year to date of its latest story. At the time, reps for both stars exclusively told Gossip Cop the tabloid’s report about Pratt and Faris having marriage problems was 100 percent false. The publication even doubled down two months later with an equally absurd article that wrongly alleged Faris was wasting away because of troubles with Pratt.
But, as Gossip Cop noted then, it was all entirely inaccurate. The couple was and remains happy together. Still, Gossip Cop checked in with an impeccable insider, who assures us that the new tabloid story is nothing more than the magazine’s “lame attempt to cover its ass” for its repeatedly disproven articles.