Selena Gomez and The Weeknd are NOT having a "summer wedding," despite a new report falsely claiming the couple plans to get married. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the seemingly fabricated story.
According to the new issue of In Touch, "Selena Gomez is set to tie the knot with The Weeknd in August." A so-called "source" claims the performers are "getting married," and contends, "She's told pals that they're planning to exchange vows in August once he finishes his 'Starboy: Legend of the Fall 2017 World Tour.'" Well that's quite the unnatural mouthful. Typically, a real person would just say "once he finishes his tour."
Anyway, the supposed snitch goes on to say of Gomez, "She knows The Weeknd is her soul mate and doesn't want to spend years waiting to get married." In fact, the outlet's purported tipster alleges the singer-actress "already has a wedding dress in mind." Potential designers supposedly include Versace, Armani and Marchesa. It's further said the nuptials will take place in Europe, with Italy and France among the possible locales.
"Selena and The Weeknd plan to only invite family and a few close friends," including Taylor Swift, claims the publication's "source." Incredibly, though it's said "wedding planning is already in full swing," the gossip magazine claims Gomez's mom doesn't know she's tying the knot. And, for good measure, the tabloid also throws in a "pregnancy scare."
Notably, this "here comes the bride" tale comes a month after Gossip Cop busted In Touch for claiming Gomez and The Weeknd were having "trouble already." That story claimed the Canadian musician thought Gomez was "moving too quickly." Now weeks later, readers are supposed to believe they already have plans to marry?
The tabloid can't have it both ways, especially when neither version is correct. The couple wasn't having relationship trouble last month, and isn't planning a summer wedding now. An impeccable contact actually laughed upon hearing the new allegations, exclusively telling Gossip Cop that August nuptials are NOT in the works, nor was there any kind of pregnancy scare. Of course, we already called out the magazine's sister outlet, Life & Style, for falsely alleging Gomez was a "pregnant bride," so this is hardly a surprise.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.