Gossip Cop has debunked many false stories about Sandra Bullock getting married to boyfriend Bryan Randall. In reality, the actress hasn't tied the knot. Here are a few wrong rumors surrounding Bullock's imaginary weddings.
Just last week, Gossip Cop busted Life & Style for incorrectly claiming Bullock and Randall got married in a secret backyard wedding at her home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The magazine described it as a "super-casual ceremony" that was attended by just a few close friends and family members. A supposed source purported to know many details about the wedding, including how much it cost and what was on the menu, but the "insider" never bothered to say when the nuptials took place. That's because no ceremony occurred. Bullock's own spokesperson said on the record that the article was fabricated.
In March, Gossip Cop also called out OK! for wrongly reporting Bullock and Randall had a secret wedding at her ranch in Wyoming. The tabloid further contended that following the ceremony, the couple celebrated their "honeymoon" by flying to New Orleans with her two kids and watching the Mardi Gras parades. The magazine's tale, which was based on the word of an anonymous "source," was pure fiction. A rep qualified to speak on Bullock's behalf confirmed it was all made-up.
In February, Gossip Cop debunked a Life & Style story about Bullock and her boyfriend getting married at her home in Los Angeles. According to the outlet, the "simple ceremony" consisted of just the couple and her two kids, with one of Randall's closest friends officiated the wedding. The magazine went on to say the actress wouldn't be wearing her "wedding ring" in public because she wanted to keep the marriage a secret. In reality, the magazine was coming up with an excuse as to why she's never been spotted wearing a ring. Bullock's spokesperson once again confirmed she didn't tie the knot at her L.A. home.
And in March 2018, Gossip Cop busted OK! for untruthfully maintaining Bullock and Randall were "secretly married." The publication didn't even bother to come up with any fake details about the supposed wedding. The article didn't include a single piece of information about the ceremony, such as when or where it took place. Not only did Bullock's spokesperson tell us on the record that she didn't get married, but several other reputable entertainment outlets, including People magazine, also confirmed the actress didn't secretly walk down the aisle. And that remains the case to this day.
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