One of this week's tabloids claims Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are making Demi Moore and Bruce Willis the godparents of their so-called "twins." The story is completely false. Gossip Cop can debunk it.
Earlier this week, Gossip Cop busted Star for wrongly reporting that Kunis and Kutcher are expecting twins. The story was based on claims from an anonymous and untraceable "source," but the actress's rep told us in no uncertain terms that she's "not pregnant." In fact, Kunis herself said last year that she "will only have two" kids.
Unfortunately, the magazine has published a follow-up story about Kutcher's ex-wife, Moore, and her ex-husband, Willis, being named godparents of the imaginary twins. "Ashton is still very close to Demi and Bruce and their daughters," spills a supposed source, who goes on to say that Kunis has "long admired that dynamic."
The alleged insider continues, "She is especially amazed how great Demi and Bruce get along even though they're divorced and how welcoming they both are to her and Ashton. She likes Demi. There's no awkwardness." The questionable tipster adds, "Plus, now that they're having more kids, they couldn't be happier."
It's true that Kutcher and Moore have remained on good terms. Kunis even revealed in an interview earlier this year that her husband still has a relationship with Moore's three daughters. But Kunis simply isn't pregnant with twins, so Moore and Willis aren't being named godparents to nonexistent babies.
This isn't the first time we've had to debunk a made-up story about Moore's supposed involvement with her ex-husband's children. When Kutcher and Kunis' baby daughter Wyatt was born back in 2014, Star's sister outlet, OK!, claimed that Moore was constantly checking in on the little girl. The magazine contended that Kunis was getting uncomfortable with the actress hovering over the child and asking to visit all the time. That premise was a complete work of fiction.
When Kunis and Kutcher's son Dmitri was born in 2016, Gossip Cop busted Star's other sister outlet, RadarOnline, for falsely claiming that Moore tried to give Kunis advice on how to raise more than one kid, but the actress "snapped" and told her to stop interfering. That story was also completely fabricated. It's clearly becoming a pattern for the tabloids to create bogus narratives about Moore playing a quasi-stepmom to Kunis and Kutcher's babies. In this latest article, however, the babies aren't even real.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.