Orlando Bloom NOT Taking Calvin Klein Underwear Deal From Justin Bieber, Despite Report

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By Michael Lewittes


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Orlando Bloom is not trying to take over Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein deal when it’s over, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this fabrication. We’re told it’s “completely untrue.”

According to the repeatedly discredited National Enquirer, Bloom wants to snag Bieber’s underwear contract. A so-called “insider” tells the tabloid, “These to hate each other, and now Orlando is trying to get Justin’s endorsement deal.” The supposed source adds, “Nothing would make Orlando happier than rubbing Justin’s face in the fact that he was dropped for him.”

And while it is true that Bieber and Bloom don’t like one another, this claim is entirely made up. A source close to Bloom exclusively tells Gossip Cop the actor is not gunning for Bieber’s Calvin Klein deal. Our impeccable insider assures us the tabloid’s latest tale is “completely untrue.”

Gossip Cop is not remotely surprised by the falsity of the publication’s story. We have repeatedly corrected the magazine for a slew of inaccurate reports about both Bieber and Bloom. Among the articles we’ve busted by the publication were that Bieber was insuring his penis for $5 million, and that Bloom was being dumped by Katy Perry. Of course, time has once again proven Gossip Cop accurate on both fronts.

Interestingly, just last week, the Enquirer alleged that Bieber’s Calvin Klein deal was over because he was photographed naked by paparazzi a couple of times. If that were the case, why would the underwear designer pursue a contract with Bloom, who was pictured nude on a beach while recently on vacation in Italy? The answer, of course, is that the unreliable outlet can’t even keep straight its concocted stories.

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