Noah Cyrus and Austin Mahone are not dating, despite speculation from a clueless site that rarely fact-checks. Gossip Cop can exclusively shoot down the rumor. We're told the two young stars are nothing more than friends.
According to the gossip dumpster known as HollywoodLife, Mahone and Cyrus were "looking cozy" in Miami and may be "Hollywood's hottest new couple." Of course, the site didn't get its dish from sources nor did it do any particular investigating. It simply saw photos of Mahone with Cyrus at a pool party in Miami and then riding a jet ski with her before making or guessing that they are now dating. As if written by middle schoolers, the unreliable blog giddily exclaims, "We're totally into the idea of them being a couple!"
You know what HollywoodLies, as it is nicknamed, is totally not into... actual reporting. Instead, the webloid lazily notes that "neither of the two singers have posted anything on their socials about their potential new romance." Again the would-be Tiger Beat cub reporters at that sites fill out their article wistfully expressing, "Hopefully we haven't seen the last of them! After all, what's better than two super hot, super talented young people in a relationship? Maybe we'll even get a collaboration out of it!"
And maybe, just maybe, HollywoodLife will stop publishing fake news and actually fact-check stories. In the meantime, Gossip Cop, which investigates every article and has the real inside sources, has learned there's nothing romantic going on between the 21-year-old Mahone and Cyrus, who's only 17. "They aren't dating," an impeccable source exclusively tells us, adding, "They just friends." Gossip Cop has learned the two hung out after they both performed on Saturday at the Y100 radio station's Mack-a-poolooza concert at Miami's famed Fontainebleau hotel before heading a few feet to the resort's beach, where they rode a jet ski.
Of course, HollywoodLies has a history of making up fabricated stories about Mahone. As Gossip Cop reported in 2014, the singer rightfully blasted the serial fibbers at that outlet for manufacturing a totally untrue tale about the supposed "shocking reason" he and his ex-girlfriend Camila Cabello broke up. It's not worth repeating their cockamamie claim, but Mahone slammed the webloid on Twitter when he wrote, "That's the most ridiculous reason I've ever heard... Nothing like that even happened at all. Idk what source u guys talking 2" (see below).
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.