George Clooney NOT Offering His Italian Villa For Jennifer Aniston And Justin Theroux Wedding, Despite Report
George Clooney is NOT offering his Italian villa as a “wedding venue” for Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, despite a new National Enquirer story that tries to create new drama between the couple and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, with Clooney stuck in the middle. Gossip Cop can bust this absurdity.
The supermarket tabloid’s ridiculous story claims Aniston is “set to get the last laugh on love rival” by getting married on Clooney’s famous Lake Como estate. The National Enquirer says Pitt is now Clooney’s “ex-BFF,” alleging the two stars are no longer friends due to a (made up) feud between Jolie and Amal Clooney. The magazine then states that the supposed falling out has allowed Clooney to became “closer” pals with Aniston and Theroux.
The National Enquirer goes on to allege that Clooney “suggested the couple tie the knot” at his villa, with Theroux already in Italy working on Zoolander 2. “Jen thought it’d be the perfect opportunity to take George up on his offer,” a so-called “insider” claims to the outlet. The supposed tipster further claims that, after “pushing” from Clooney, Theroux “has signed off on the plan, and Jen’s sent out ‘save the date’ emails to 30 family members for a week in July. For Jen, it’s a real bonus she can stick to Angie by marrying at the home of her and Brad’s former friend.”
Sigh. Where to begin? First off, Aniston and Jolie are NOT “love rivals.” Both stars have long since moved on, and it’s time the National Enquirer did, too. Second, there was NO “falling out” between Clooney and Pitt, and there are NO issues between Amal Clooney and Jolie.
But, most importantly, Clooney NEVER offered his home to Aniston and Theroux, and there is NO wedding in the works for the couple there. In fact, a rep for Clooney tells Gossip Cop that the report story is flat-out “fabricated.” So, what did the National Enquirer really give readers? Just another sensational, facts-challenged story that is really much ado about NOTHING.