One of the tabloids claims Courteney Cox didn't invite Jennifer Aniston to her so-called "Irish wedding" to Johnny McDaid. Gossip Cop can correct the phony story. It's entirely fabricated.
"Courteney Bans Jen From Wedding" reads a headline in the latest issue of the National Enquirer. The accompanying article says Cox and her boyfriend are planning to walk down the aisle in his hometown of Northern Ireland, but her "Friends" co-star and longtime pal isn't on the guest list. An alleged insider tells the magazine, "Jen is aware that the Irish affair is for Johnny's friends and family. But she's still deeply hurt that she wasn't even asked."
The magazine further contends that Aniston had organized an "Irish-themed bridal shower" for Cox over the summer, making the snub even more upsetting. The outlet goes on to say that Cox and McDaid will have a ceremony in Malibu following their Irish nuptials, and although Aniston will be at the California affair, she still feels slighted. "She's getting shut out," adds the supposed source. "She's deeply hurt by this snub and isn't ready to forget it."
Naturally, the unreliable outlet gives no timeframe for these supposed events. The magazine doesn't mention when Cox's so-called "Irish wedding" will be held, nor when the Malibu ceremony will take place. Regardless, a source close to Cox, who wasn't authorized to go on the record, assures us the actress doesn't have two weddings in the works. Aniston wasn't left out of Cox's nonexistent Irish ceremony and the two actresses aren't at odds.
Meanwhile, Cox supported Aniston at the premiere of her new Netflix movie Dumplin' last week. The longtime friends posed for photos together at the afterparty. It's clear they're still very close and there's no drama over a wedding snub. Just last week in fact, Gossip Cop busted the Enquirer's sister publication, In Touch, for falsely claiming that Aniston and Cox were feuding because Cox still hangs out with Justin Theroux. This latest article makes no mention of that bogus scenario. Additionally, Aniston's rep went on the record to dismiss the story.
It's also worth noting, the Enquirer's other sister publication, Star, wrongly reported last month that Cox was refusing to marry McDaid because he wouldn't sign a prenup. This latest article now says they're getting married twice. It's clear the tabloid and its related outlets can't keep track of their phony narratives.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.