Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's longtime romance is frequently the subject of bogus tabloid stories. Gossip Cop has busted many false articles about the couple. Here are a few wrong rumors.
This past November, Gossip Cop busted OK! for falsely claiming Hawn and Russell were "calling it quits" after 35 years together. The outlet alleged there have been years of tension between the two, who were supposedly fighting over "their rumored affairs." In reality, there's nothing to indicate either star has ever cheated during their decades-long relationship. Just days before the bogus story emerged, Hawn joined Russell at the premiere of his Netflix movie The Christmas Chronicles. The happy couple posed on the red carpet along with most of their kids and grandkids. It's also worth noting, Hawn and Russell celebrated his birthday in Maui just last week.
Gossip Cop also called out Star last November for wrongly reporting that Hawn and Russell were living separate lives and headed for a split. The couple has remained unmarried for 35 years, and according to the tabloid, their arrangement wasn't working anymore. There was no truth to the story. Shortly before it was published, Russell gushed about Hawn during separate appearances on both "Live with Kelly and Ryan" and "The Graham Norton Show." The actor said of his relationship, "It's been spectacular and [I] can't believe that it was destined to be."
Back in September 2017, Gossip Cop busted the National Enquirer for publishing a cover story alleging Hawn and Russell had split. The tabloid contended that the couple had a "volatile" relationship and decided to divide their home into separate living quarters. From there, the magazine accused both the actor and the actress of being unfaithful over the years, but had no proof to back up the unfounded claims. The article was based on hearsay from an anonymous "source," but Hawn's rep told us on the record that it was completely "wrong." Time has proven that the two are still very much together.
And earlier in 2017, Gossip Cop debunked a phony RadarOnline story about Hawn and Russell getting into a "screaming match" in Malibu. The report, which was based on nothing but paparazzi photos, insisted the couple had a "nasty argument" that resulted in the actress leaving her house "looking angry." The blog provided zero details about what the couple had supposedly been fighting about. That's because there was no incident. The unreliable outlet simply took a few paparazzi photos of the actress leaving her house and decided to create a negative story around it.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.