HollywoodLife Flip-Flops On Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth Married
As Gossip Cop reported, on January 1, the bad blog ran a speculative story suggesting Cyrus and Hemsworth were “secretly married” on December 31. The piece, however, was based on little more than a photo the singer posted of her mom and Hemsworth’s, with the caption “family #inlaws (no law).” That was enough for the site to put forth its theory that the couple got “hitched this NYE.”
Gossip Cop called out the untrue story, accurately reporting that Cyrus and Hemsworth did NOT wed. Now, on January 12, the site not only reversed course, but had the gall to proclaim it had the “EXCLUSIVE dish.” The new headline blares, “Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth Married On New Years? The Truth Finally Revealed.”
Of course, Gossip Cop “revealed” the truth 10 days before this HollywoodLies post, which quotes a so-called “source” as saying, “Miley and Liam didn’t get married on New Year’s Eve, it was just a big get together party and bonding session for both the families.” Yeah, no kidding.
But instead of the webloid taking responsibility for its prior mistake, it is trying to make it seem like they exclusively uncovered the real story. This is misleading and deceitful. It is hardly, however, the first time the outlet has shamefully flip-flopped after spreading misinformation.
Last year, HollywoodLies similarly went back and fourth on Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton getting married, Khloe Kardashian being pregnant, and Beyonce divorcing Jay Z. Those are just a few of the examples Gossip Cop has amassed over the years. And in many of these instances, the site purported to have the “exclusive” “truth” well after we already reported it. Apparently, old habits die hard.