A new report claiming Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's kids would "love for them to get back together" and call the divorce off is simply made-up. Gossip Cop has been assured that no one legitimate in either of their camps is talking about the children to media outlets. Sadly, that's why we're not surprised by the latest article from HollywoodLife, a site that has repeatedly been caught manufacturing untruthful stories about the two stars.
According to HollywoodLies, as it's often called because of its practice for occasionally posting fake news, "If it were up to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's children, their parents would never get a divorce." Of course, how many kids really are pushing for their folks to split up and have their lives completely disrupted? That absurdity is then followed up by one of the blog's untraceable sources saying the equally non-insightful remark, "The kids would love for their parents to get back together, they really miss Brad living at home."
After that, the disreputable site then blathers about how "neither Brad or Angelina are dating again," but that a reconciliation probably won't happen. Incredibly, in just the span of a couple of sentences, the outlet completely contradicts all the other flagrant lies is has published over the past few months. Remember, HollywoodLies said Jolie was hooking up with Johnny Depp. The same untrustworthy webloid also claimed Jolie was dating Jared Leto. And then for weeks it published one fake news story after another about Jolie dating a British billionaire and wanting to marry and have kids with him. Added to those falsehoods were the articles it posted about Pitt dating Kate Hudson. And now, the outlet claims "neither Brad or Angelina are dating again"?
It's also rather amusing that HollywoodLies says a reconciliation is not going to happen because it's the same site Gossip Cop busted when it reported over and over that Pitt and Jolie were "reuniting" and getting "back together." In one particular article, for example, the unreliable blog swore up and down that their "marriage is far from over." To be sure, there were a slew of other made-up articles about Pitt and Jolie "reconciling" and "rethinking" their split.
Of course, what happened last week was that outlets like E! and Us Weekly incorrectly maintained the estranged spouses might get back together and that the divorce was "off." Gossip Cop, however, was the only site to tell it like it is, which is that Pitt and Jolie are still moving forward with their divorce.
Now, HollywoodLife, which has published all the aforementioned fake news stories (and more) about Jolie and Pitt would like its readers to believe it has information about how their children would like them to get back together. Naturally, as noted earlier, all kids want their parents to stay together. But the reality here is no one from either Pitt nor Jolie's world is talking to HollywoodLies. Gossip Cop is told the topic of their kids is off-limits and anyone claiming to know what their children are saying and inwardly thinking is almost assuredly lying.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.