Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi were not planning to divorce, and therefore a new claim that their alleged breakup is "on hold" is not true. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this fabrication. We're told it's simply "more lies."
According to the often disproven RadarOnline, DeGeneres and de Rossi have put their supposed "divorce on hold" after having been through a "marriage rough patch." Along with photos of the couple holding hands, the webloid then segues into how they "couldn't let go of each other on a romantic day out." The site writes, "After hitting a rough patch in their marriage, DeGeneres and de Rossi... held hands and snuggled with each other after they were plagued with divorce rumors."
The outlet then quotes a so-called "source" as saying, "They were going through a very rough time," before adding, "That is over now." The same questionable "source" notes that following their "fractured times," and working "hard to repair her failing marriage," DeGeneres is "really enjoying her life with Portia right now."
Let Gossip Cop explain what's really happening here. After years and years of RadarOnline's sister publications, including Star and the National Enquirer, printing entirely false reports about DeGeneres and de Rossi getting divorced, the website bought photos of them looking happy, as they've actually been for years, and seemingly had to pivot from its provably wrong narrative of marital strife. Magically, the outlet found a "source" that it quoted who neatly pulled everything together by alleging the couple had gone through a "very rough time," but is now "enjoying" their time together.
But the truth is, as an impeccable DeGeneres insider has assured us for years, the talk show host's union with de Rossi has always be solid. We're exclusively told they were never on the edge of divorcing. Our spot-on source says the current article is a collection of "more lies."
Several months ago, Gossip Cop busted the Enquirer when it falsely claimed on its cover that DeGeneres and de Rossi were getting a divorce. And over this past summer we shot down a Star cover that wrongly alleged de Rossi dumped DeGeneres for a man. So basically, when the webloid writes that "they were plagued by divorce rumors," it's actually referring to its own company making up tall tales about DeGeneres and de Rossi.
Gossip Cop is not going to let the often unreliable outlet clean up its sister publications' fake news stories with an article that untruthfully contends a purported divorce is "on hold" or that the women just happened to repair their "failing marriage." DeGeneres and de Rossi's marriage has alway been good. It's the untrustworthy tabloids and website that have been "failing" its readers with its inaccurate reports about de Rossi and DeGeneres.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.