Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's families are not "urging" them to have a baby, despite yet another made-up story. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this fabricated report, which is playing off the untrue rumor over Thanksgiving that the singer was pregnant. We're told it's all "untrue."
HollywoodLife first spread the phony claim that Cyrus was pregnant on Thanksgiving. And now, after both she and Gossip Cop shot down their story, the site has the gall to manufacture another article, this time alleging a "source close to her" says, "Miley's parents would love if she had a baby ASAP." The truth is no one "close" to Cyrus is sharing family information with HollywoodLies, as it's also known. In fact, the outlet has a history of posting provably false tales about Cyrus, but more about that a little later.
In its latest work of fiction, the repeatedly discredited outlet notes Cyrus's family "would love if Miley had a baby." Of course, that begs the question: How many parents would hate for their adult kids to give them grandchildren? Regardless, the blog contends a "source" tells it, "Miley's mom Tish would love nothing more this holiday season than to become a grandmother." It should be noted that not only is HollywoodLies' supposed Cyrus insider almost assuredly made-up, but the alleged "source" also doesn't know that a typical pregnancy is 40 weeks, while the holiday season is just four weeks away.
The same questionable "source" also purportedly says her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, "thinks Miley and Liam would make amazingly talented babies." What does that even mean? Have you ever seen a baby host the MTV Video Music Awards or star in a movie about fighting off aliens on Independence Day?
Apparently, the often disproven site's "source," who is supposedly "close" to Cyrus, also magically knows what Hemsworths' parents in Australia think. According to HollywoodLies, Hemsworth's family is also "excited about the idea of Miley and Liam having children." Wow, two families that don't hate babies. What are the chances?
Let's not forget, it was HollywoodLies that kicked off the rumor that Cyrus had a baby bump and looked pregnant in a photo she posted on Thanksgiving. Of course, Cyrus slammed the site and others on Instagram by writing, "RUDE!!! Not pregnant just eating a [expletive] ton of tufurkey." Predictably, the blog followed up its blunder with another made-up story about Cyrus wanting to "get pregnant ASAP" with Hemsworth's baby. But, as Gossip Cop noted, when Cyrus was asked a few months ago during a radio interview whether she's discussed starting a family with her fiance, she said, "No, I love pigs more than kids, to be honest."
As mention above, HollywoodLife has published an absurd number of falsehoods about Cyrus, claiming often to have received its information from a source "close" to her. In August 2016, for instance, the site maintained that Cyrus was "pregnant and secretly married" to Hemsworth. Actually, Gossip Cop has busted the outlet on numerous occasions over the past year for posting similarly phony articles.
Much like those reports, the latest tale about Cyrus and Hemsworth's families "urging" them to have a baby is totally made-up. An actual Cyrus source, who wished to remain confidential, assures Gossip Cop that the story is entirely "untrue." We're further told the claim that her family or friends of theirs are talking to HollywoodLies is a complete fabrication.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.