A new story about Miley Cyrus wanting to "get pregnant ASAP" with Liam Hemsworth, and how the baby rumors on Thanksgiving "drove her crazy," is completely made-up. Gossip Cop can expose this fabrication from a site that's been repeatedly caught making up a slew of untrue articles about Cyrus being secretly married and pregnant. Moreover, we're told a certain outlet's claim that it's getting its information from an "insider" is entirely untrue.
According to a new tale from HollywoodLife, an outlet that manufactures so many phony articles that it's also known as HollywoodLies, Cyrus wants to "get pregnant ASAP." The site essentially reiterates, "Miley's totally ready to start a family with Liam." From there, the outlet heads in a direction that makes us wonder whether it should see a neurologist because the blog has completely forgotten the fake news story it published just 24 hours ago.
The serial fibbers and amnesiacs at HollywoodLies write, "Bump? What bump?" in reference to the photo Cyrus posted on Thanksgiving that led to "speculation that she was pregnant with Liam Hemsworth's baby." The outlet then has the nerve to pretend an "insider" told the repeatedly discredited outlet, "Miley didn't really appreciate the speculation of people thinking she was pregnant."
That's interesting, because HollywoodLies created the speculation with an article titled, "Is Miley Cyrus Pregnant?" In that same article (below), the untrustworthy blog falsely maintained that Cyrus had "'an apparent "baby bump!' She held her stomach in the telling photo and added fuel to the fire with the hashtag, 'Vegan Turkey Baby.'" The website realized the singer wasn't expecting only after Cyrus later tweeted on Thursday, "RUDE!!! Not pregnant just eating a [expletive] ton of tofurkey."
Incredibly, after it was abundantly clear that HollywoodLies was wrong yet again, it has come back with an umpteenth fabricated story, alleging it has a source telling the site Cyrus is not expecting, but she wants to "get pregnant ASAP." Of course, if the outlet truly had an "insider," it wouldn't have published its first piece that asked, "Is Miley Cyrus Pregnant?" It would have known she didn't really have an "apparent 'baby bump.'"
But not satisfied with telling just one lie in its latest made-up article, the site's almost assuredly concocted "source" is further quoted as saying, "She wants to be married, she wants to start a family." Wait, why is HollywoodLies contending that Cyrus "wants to be married" and "wants to start a family"? On August 31, 2016, the same site ran a headline that read, "Miley Cyrus Pregnant & Secretly Married to Liam Hemsworth." What happened to that baby and marriage?
To be sure, there have been a slew of other fake articles from HollywoodLies claiming Hemsworth and Cyrus have already wed. Another bogus story, for instance, stated they tied the knot this past New Year's Eve. That too was obviously wrong. Gossip Cop has busted the outlet pretty much each and every time it has untruthfully reported Cyrus and Hemsworth were married and had a private wedding.
And just a little more than two weeks ago, the same clueless outlet blared in yet another misguided headline, "Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth Reportedly Married 6 Months Ago In 'Intimate' Ceremony." Yet now, in this new story, the blog asserts, "Miley and Liam are in no rush to get hitched." Basically, HollywoodLies will claim Cyrus is pregnant and/or married, have its story publicly debunked, and then outrageously pretend it has a "source" exclusively assuring it that Cyrus is not pregnant and/or married. There's actually a simple word for all of this: Lying.
Astoundingly, HollywoodLies digs itself into a deeper hole in its latest report when it claims its "source" says Cyrus desperately wants to get pregnant, and "it drives her crazy because she would want nothing more than for those rumors to be true." The same made-up "insider" adds, "Miley is just waiting for Liam to be just as ready as she has become... She would love to speed up the [baby-making] process."
Actually, Cyrus has publicly stated the opposite. Six months ago the singer noted she's in no rush to have kids. In a radio interview with 104.3 MYfm, when asked about whether she's talked with Hemsworth about starting a family, Cyrus replied, "No, I love pigs more than kids, to be honest."
Honest is something HollywoodLife appears not to understand. It's article about Cyrus wanting to "get pregnant ASAP" and have babies with Hemsworth is 100 percent made-up. An actual source close to Cyrus exclusively assures Gossip Cop no one in her camp is talking to that often disproven site.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.