An article claiming Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's "love story" is giving Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber "hope" is a made-up story. It comes from a fabrication factory that's spent the past week obsessively posting stories about Gomez and Bieber. But as Gossip Cop has already pointed out, many of these HollywoodLife tales are fictional.
This latest example, published on Friday, is headlined, "Selena Gomez & Justin Bieber: How Miley & Liam's Love Story Gives Them Hope For 'Happy Ending.'" The contention is based on a so-called "friend of Justin and Selena," even though no real friend of theirs would ever talk to the webloid known as HollywoodLies. This is a site Gomez has called the "worst" and said is "never true," while Bieber has deemed the outlet to be "garbage," as well as "untruthful and hurtful." The stars have made it clear how much they dislike the online publication, so it makes no sense that any legitimate pal would really go to the blog with an authentic scoop.
Yet here this supposed source is quoted as saying, "Justin and Miley are tight. They have a lot of respect for each other. It hasn't gone unnoticed by Justin that she and Liam managed to make things work again after going through an awful breakup. They're such a success story and a great example of how things can work out after a breakup. Miley and Lim [sic] give Justin hope that he and Selena could have a happy ending too." Bieber and Cyrus are "tight"? They haven't been seen together since the One Love Manchester concert in June.
As the story goes on, it becomes more and more clear why HollywoodLies manufactured it. The webloid notes, "Miley and Liam broke up in Sept. 2013, after a few years of dating. They later reunited in early 2016, and have since gotten engaged again. It's rare that a celebrity couple breaks up and then reunites years later, but Miley and Liam achieved the unthinkable. And now, Selena and Justin seem to be doing the same thing."
The site simply realized there's similarities between these two young Hollywood couples and concocted a narrative tying them together. The outlet even asserts, "Could a happy ending really happen for Jelena? Obviously, it's very possible. Just look at Miley and Liam!" In actuality, whether Bieber and Gomez develop a long-lasting relationship again has nothing to do with Hemsworth and Cyrus. Laughably, the publication further says of the former couple, "We see a bright future for these two."
But just weeks ago, HollywoodLies was claiming The Weeknd was about to propose to Gomez. Now they're not even together anymore, and the blog is predicting Gomez and Bieber could "go all the way to the altar." It's absolutely ridiculous, and shows that these serial fabricators are more like fan-fiction writer than journalists.