Was Jennifer Aniston warned by Katy Perry to "stay away" from Orlando Bloom? According to one of this week's magazines, the singer found "inappropriate" texts from Aniston on her fiance's phone and told the former "Friends" star to keep her distance. Gossip Cop, however, can debunk this story.
Life & Style claims in a new report that Perry's "worried" Bloom and Aniston are "more than friends" after she discovered some questionable text messages from the actress on his phone. The tabloid asserts the "Roar" singer is now "considering issuing a warning" to Aniston. "Katy wishes Jen would back off," contends an anonymous source.
A number of things bear mentioning, including how the magazine offers no information whatsoever about what the texts allegedly say and how they're supposedly "inappropriate." There's no evidence these messages even exist, nor is there anything concrete to back up the premise about Perry being concerned her fiance and Aniston are anything "more than friends." Also, if this were truly an issue, why would Perry be "considering" give Aniston a warning instead of actually doing something?
Significantly, this completely unsubstantiated story is entirely hinged on an unnamed and untraceable "source." Conversely, Aniston's spokesperson assures Gossip Cop the article is just nonsense. Additionally, Perry's rep also went on the record with us to call the publication's tale "rubbish."
Frankly, the outlet's sources for those two women have been pretty off-base in the past. For instance, last year the tabloid absurdly insisted, based on another unidentifiable "source," that Perry was pressuring Robert Pattinson to get married. As Gossip Cop noted at the time, the two are strictly buddies who have never been romantically involved.
The same outlet also recently published a wholly fictitious cover story about Aniston and Brad Pitt going on a getaway in Rome with George and Amal Clooney. Once again, the magazine's article was predicated on a nameless "source," while reps for both Pitt and Aniston said the claim was categorically untrue. And as Gossip Cop pointed then, none of those stars were even in Rome when the tabloid alleged they went on a "double date."
Lastly, this phony love triangle narrative is not even new. Two of Life & Style's sister outlets have unsuccessfully tried it before. A little more than a year ago, Gossip Cop busted RadarOnline when it falsely maintained Perry and Aniston were in a "fight" over Bloom. The reality is Aniston and Bloom are platonic pals, who share a mutual manager and have attended several of each other's milestones with significant others alongside.
And earlier this year Gossip Cop shot down a National Enquirer article about Aniston and Bloom having a "secret affair." That too was unfounded. The truth is nothing is going on between Bloom and Aniston, and Perry isn't remotely "worried" about that fake scenario.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.