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Justin Bieber Did NOT Attend Vanity Fair Oscars After Party, Despite Report

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Justin Bieber Vanity Fair Party Underdressed

By Holly Nicol |

Justin Bieber Vanity Fair Party Underdressed

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Justin Bieber did NOT attend the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party, nor did he turn up to the event dressed in casual clothing, despite a manufactured report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”

“Justin Bieber Shows Up To Oscars Party Underdressed & With His Pants Falling Down,” reads a headline from HollywoodLife, which goes on to claim the singer completely defied “the dress code at one of the most high-profile public events of the year.” Alongside a photo of Bieber wearing casual attire, the often disproven site asserts, “[Bieber] opted to keep things a bit more casual. He literally wore light denim jeans, a sweater and sneakers.” “It’s pretty safe to say he stuck out like a sore thumb inside the glamorous party,” adds the webloid.

But Gossip Cop investigated, and a source close to the star exclusively assures us the report is “not true.” Bieber was photographed in Beverly Hills near the Vanity Fair party, but did not attend the bash, which explains why he was not dressed for the black tie affair. Once again, HollywoodLies has seemingly fabricated yet another fake news story about Bieber.

This is not the first time Gossip Cop has busted the site for its inaccurate stories about the singer. Only days ago, we corrected the outlet when it falsely alleged Bieber peed in his pants. And shortly before that bizarre claim, Gossip Cop called out the website for wrongly claiming Selena Gomez asked for Justin Bieber’s blessing to date The Weeknd. Much like those untrue reports, concocted by the very webloid that Bieber called “garbage,” this latest article is equally bogus.

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