Selena Gomez’s Reaction To The Weeknd’s ‘Sexy Cover Shoot’ Made Up By HollywoodLife

Truth rating: 0
Selena Gomez Reaction The Weeknd Cover

By Andrew Shuster |

Selena Gomez Reaction The Weeknd Cover

(Getty Images)

HollywoodLife claims to “exclusively” know Selena Gomez’s reaction to The Weeknd’s new Harper’s Bazaar cover, in which he poses alongside two sexy supermodels. Gossip Cop, however, can expose the site’s made-up story.

The Weeknd is featured on the cover of this month’s Harper’s Bazaar sandwiched in between models Adriana Lima and Irina Shyak. HollywoodLife, which routinely pretends to have insight into a celebrity’s innermost thoughts, now claims to know his girlfriend’s feeling about the magazine cover. The webloid maintains that the singer “wasn’t at all jealous” seeing her boyfriend with two models, then quotes a supposed “source” as saying, “[She] loves it. She’s really proud and thinks he looks so hot.”

The outlet’s dubious insider adds, “Under a different circumstance, it could have made her really jealous. Two supermodels with their hands all over her man could have been a huge trigger.” But the questionable source says The Weeknd “makes her feel so safe” and “went out of his way to make sure she was cool with the whole thing.” The seemingly fake insider adds, “Instead of feeling jealous, she felt included.”

The webloid may have refrained from creating phony drama surrounding The Weeknd’s Harper’s Bazaar cover, but its take on the situation is no more accurate. Gossip Cop is told by a source close to Gomez that no one in the singer’s trusted inner circle told HollywoodLife her reaction to her boyfriend’s photo shoot. This is simply another example of the untrustworthy outlet pretending to have an “exclusive” celebrity scoop.

Remember, Gossip Cop recently busted HollywoodLife for lying about Gomez’s birthday celebration with her boyfriend. We also recently called out the webloid when it made up a story about The Weeknd loving Gomez’s “natural beauty.” These phony stories aren’t necessarily negative or mean-spirited, but they simply aren’t true either. This latest report is simply more lies from the repeatedly discredited website.

  1. Gossip Cop
  2. Mediaite
  3. LawNewz