Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth “Wedding Off” Story Is Fake News

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Miley Cyrus Wedding Off

By Shari Weiss |

Miley Cyrus Wedding Off

(Liam Hemsworth/Instagram)

An article announcing Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s “wedding’s off” is nothing but fake news. Gossip Cop can confirm the couple never had any firm wedding plans in the first place, contrary to a series of tabloid stories.

Life & Style wrongly declares in its current edition, “Miley & Liam: The Wedding’s Off.” According to the tabloid, Cyrus’ mom Tish made a “shocking announcement” when she said in a recent interview that “not only is her daughter not running off and eloping anytime soon,” but “Miley has no plans to get married at all.” This, however, is only “shocking” to those relying on the gossip media for information.

This particular magazine has made up multiple stories over the years about Cyrus and Hemsworth’s alleged wedding plans. None of them have panned out, and now with Tish’s comments, the outlet is trying to do damage control. Rather than acknowledging its previous claims about nuptials being in the works were fabrications, the publication is wrongly trying to spin the remarks as evidence that something has drastically changed in the couple’s relationship.

“The decision to call of the wedding wasn’t exactly mutual” and “came after a big fight,” contends the tabloid, which quotes a so-called “insider” as saying, “Bottom line, Liam got cold feet.” Asserts the magazine, “With the stress of planning a wedding and their future,” the couple “butted heads more and more” until “he suggested calling it off, and she reluctantly agreed.”

The outlet’s supposed snitch goes on to claim, “Miley was really having fun imagining her wedding, but she knows it’s important to put a hold on everything.” In fact, it’s alleged Cyrus realizes “they have to focus on fixing the problems in their relationship” before they can tie the knot. But the problem isn’t with the singer and Hemsworth. The problem is with Life & Style.

The publication just refuses to take responsibility for its inaccurate tales, like its May cover story deeming Cyrus a “pregnant bride.” Notably, nothing is said in this new article about the previous contention the songstress was “pregnant already.” The tabloid has simply been making up fake news, and has now only deviated from its most recent narrative because of Tish’s interview.

But the allegation Cyrus and Hemsworth are “definitely slowing things down” is just as made up as the claim she was a “pregnant bride.” Nothing has changed in the couple’s relationship, which both have celebrated on social media in recent days, including with the photo above, which the actor posted on Instagram while calling Cyrus his “angel.” The stars are happily maintaining their relationship, with no imminent wedding plans in the works or called off. All the other claims are just fake news.

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