Jennifer Aniston is not dating Murder Mystery co-star David Walliams, despite a completely untrue tabloid report. Gossip Cop can debunk the false romance rumors. The two simply aren't a couple.
A headline in the latest issue of Woman's Day Australia reads, "Jen Aniston & David Walliams: It's On!" The accompanying article says the actress and the British comedian hit it off on the set of their upcoming Netflix movie, "and now friends believe" they've taken their relationship to the next level.
A supposed source tells the magazine, "David thinks Jen is amazing, and they got along really well. They've both been through divorces and are ready to move on." The alleged insider adds, "They clearly like each other a lot and their mutual friends would love to see them get together!"
This story seems to have been concocted simply because Walliams spoke about working with Aniston in an interview last week. The actor described his Murder Mystery co-star as "charming and lovely," adding, "She is a dream. I was so starstruck because she's so, so famous."
In that same interview, however, Walliams made a point of noting that he believes Aniston is out of his league. "Some of my friends were saying, 'You should go out with her,' but I think it would be a bit of a comedown from Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux," joked the comedian, who added, "I wouldn't wish that on her."
It's also worth noting, Aniston and Walliams haven't been spotted together since Murder Mystery wrapped filming back in August. In September, People magazine reported that Aniston "isn't concerned about dating" and "is happy to focus on work." In October, "Entertainment Tonight" wrote a story about Aniston's "perfectly happy single life," noting that she "feels more centered than ever because she's not dating anyone and she's perfectly happy." Additionally, Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the situation, who wasn't able to comment on the record, but assures us that Aniston and Walliams aren't an item.
It's worth noting, Woman's Day Australia has trouble keeping track of its phony narratives about the actress's dating life. Just last week, Gossip Cop busted the magazine for falsely claiming that Aniston was dating her divorce lawyer. This latest article makes no mention of that alleged scenario.
Just last month, Gossip Cop called out the tabloid for wrongly reporting that Aniston was developing a romance with Leonardo DiCaprio. This new article doesn't mention that either. The unreliable outlet seems to link the actress to random suitors on a whim. This latest report involving her Murder Mystery co-star is more fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.