Harry Styles Has NOT “Agreed” To Shoot “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” Despite Made-Up Story
Harry Styles has not “agreed” to shoot “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” despite an entirely made-up story that’s based on a report that was already debunked. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this new fabricated claim. We’re told by a source close to Styles that it’s “not true.”
According to HollywoodLife, which used a discredited RadarOnline story as its source material, Kris Jenner convinced Styles to shoot appearances on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” The webloid, which has repeatedly been caught publishing lies about Styles, claims the One Direction heartthrob was reluctant to shoot the series, but wants to please Kendall Jenner, and so Kris sealed the deal by throwing Kanye West into the mix.
One of HollywoodLies’ so-called sources is quoted as saying, “[Styles is] open to the idea of appearing on a few episodes if they include Kanye West.” The seemingly manufactured source adds that if appearing on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” makes Kendall happy, “He’ll do it, no problem.”
A few things are worth noting. First, the webloid was so busy making up this tale that it didn’t reconcile whether Styles is supposedly game for shooting the reality show to appear with West or because he wants to please Kendall. Additionally, the original article on RadarOnline, which HollywoodLies seemingly ripped off, used the same bogus excuse as its incentive for Styles. That equally inaccurate webloid said the One Direction singer would tape “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” so he and Kendall could “go on double dates with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.”
The larger issue, however, is both sites are telling tall tales. A source close to Styles exclusively tells Gossip Cop that talk of the singer doing “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” is “ridiculous” and “not true.”
Mind you, HollywoodLies has been wrong about Styles over and over. The webloid inaccurately claimed three years ago he was quitting One Direction. Two years ago, the site posted an untrue report about him dating Katy Perry. And last year, Styles himself busted the outlet for a fake claim about him sending Taylor Swift 1,989 roses to congratulate her on her album 1989.
Sadly, that webloid is kicking off the new year still making up stories about Styles. If you want facts, come to Gossip Cop. If you want fiction, there’s HollywoodLies.