Miley Cyrus NOT Joining “Voice Australia,” Despite Fake News Story
Miley Cyrus is not moving to Australia to be a judge on that country’s edition of “The Voice,” despite a fake news story. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the claim. We’re told it’s “completely false.”
“Miley & Liam Plan Big Relocation — To Australia!” blares part of a headline from RadarOnline. According to the site, which has repeatedly been caught publishing fake news, after supposedly “feuding” with Adam Levine, Cyrus is “considering not returning to the show as a judge for Season 13.” The webloid then quotes what it falsely claims is a “source close to the pop star” as saying, “Miley has been offered an extremely lucrative deal to be a judge on The Voice in Australia for Season 6.”
The webloid then speculates that Cyrus and and her Australian fiance Liam Hemsworth’s “nuptials are likely to take place Down Under.” The outlet’s seemingly made-up “source” alleges, “Liam is all about the move. He has been itching to return home to Australia for quite some time now.” The same suspect insider adds, “[Cyrus’s] main priority in life is marrying Liam and if she can go back to Australia with him and make a fortune, she sees this as a win-win situation.”
Well, this is yet another lose-lose for RadarOnline, because its report is filled with misinformation and lies. Cyrus’s rep exclusively tells Gossip Cop that talk of her joining “The Voice Australia” is “completely false.” We’re further reassured, “She will be on the U.S .version [for] Season 13.”
To say the webloid’s track record with Cyrus is bad would be generous. Despite the site’s contention in its current article, Gossip Cop already busted the claim that Cyrus and Levine feuded on the ‘Voice’ set. And two years before that, the outlet wrongly alleged Cyrus would never appear on “The Voice” because of a feud with Christina Aguilera. As Gossip Cop noted, there was no bad blood between the two women, and of course Cyrus went on to be an advisor on Season 10 of “The Voice” with Aguilera before becoming a coach herself. All those stories were untrue, and so is the latest fake news report about her joining “The Voice Australia” and bailing on Season 13 in the U.S.