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Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth NOT Eloping During Australian New Year’s Vacation

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Miley Cyrus Liam Hemsworth Eloping New Years

By Shari Weiss |

Miley Cyrus Liam Hemsworth Eloping New Years

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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are not eloping during their Australian New Year’s vacation, despite a claim. A certain outlet is twisting another publication’s reporting and tacking on an untruthful allegation. Gossip Cop can bust the report.

Earlier this week, Us Weekly ran an article online about Cyrus and Hemsworth’s holiday plans. The magazine reported they plan to spend Christmas in Nashville before going back to Los Angeles and then onto Australia to spend time with the actor’s family. In the piece, a source was quoted as saying, “Miley and Liam still have zero plans of having an actual wedding. They consider themselves married, but don’t want a full wedding right now.”

Bizarrely, Celebrity Insider read that and concluded that Cyrus and Hemsworth may be eloping while Down Under. Without even crediting the original report, the blog misrepresents that by contending, “We have learned that Miley Cyrus and her fiancé Liam Hemsworth are set to spend their New Years Eve in Australia. Now, sources have revealed that the couple is apparently planning on eloping while there!” To be clear: The Us Weekly article said nothing about eloping.

The online outlet even copied and pasted the aforementioned source quote about not getting married and twists it to suggest that Cyrus and Hemsworth could use their vacation as an “opportunity to have a small, intimate wedding” in Australia. That’s the opposite of what was actually said in the original statement. Somehow Us Weekly reporting Cyrus and Hemsworth are going to Australia and have no interest in having a wedding was manipulated into Celebrity Insider claiming Cyrus and Hemsworth are going to Australia and may be eloping while there.

It’s not like the website has any additional reporting to support its contention about an elopement. In fact, the site doesn’t even acknowledge that the bulk of its story came from another publication. The main information is taken directly from Us Weekly, which isn’t mentioned or credited once. Incredibly, Celebrity Insider uses phrasing like “our source” when it doesn’t actually have a source of its own at all. It’s bad enough when the blog regurgitates untrue claims and cites the tabloid that originally printed the information, but it’s just as awful when it outright makes-up claims.



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