A new tabloid cover story claims there are "wedding bells" on the horizon for Sandra Bullock and boyfriend Bryan Randall, but the report is entirely made-up. Gossip Cop can debunk this fabrication.

The cover of the latest issue of OK! features a photo of the actress with a big smile on her face, along with the misleading headline, "Wedding Bells! Why Bryan Is The One." The inside article, however, only teases the possibility of Bullock getting married sometime in the near future to her photographer boyfriend of two years. A supposed "source" tells the magazine, "Everyone's been wondering when an engagement announcement will come."

The repeatedly discredited outlet goes on to arbitrarily guess details about the actress's nonexistent wedding, first predicting Bullock and Randall will wed in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where the actress owns a home. The magazine then theorizes that Bullock's young children, Louis and Laila, will play a major role in the nuptials by possibly "serving as ring bearer and flower girl." And because the actress's younger sister, Gesine, baked the cake for Bullock's 2005 wedding to ex-husband Jesse James, the publication surmises she'll provide the desert once again. And finally, the tabloid dreams up the wedding's celebrity guest list, which "could" include Bullock's famous friends such as Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney.

"No one thought Sandra would be open to another marriage, but Bryan could change all that," adds a so-called "friend" of the actress. "All of her friends think it's obvious that he's someone she'd want to spend the rest of her life with. Now, it's just about waiting for them to make it official!" Despite the magazine's report being completely speculative and unsubstantiated, Gossip Cop still checked in with a reliable source close to Bullock, who assures us there's simply no wedding in the works.

Unfortunately, this is OK!'s second bogus cover story about the actress in just a matter of months. Gossip Cop called out the tabloid in April for its inaccurate report about Bullock leaving Hollywood and moving with her family to Wyoming. Shortly after we exclusively debunked the magazine's story about Bullock quitting acting, she signed on to star in the upcoming thriller Cash Truck. Clearly, the publication has proven to know very little about the actress's personal life, and this latest cover story boasting a fake wedding is yet another example.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.


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