One of this week's tabloids claims Victoria Beckham is planning a tell-all TV interview in which she'll open up about her marriage, career and more. The story is completely untrue. Gossip Cop can correct it.
According to OK!, the designer is tired of all the rumors surrounding her personal life, including speculation about her 19-year-marriage and absence from the upcoming Spice Girls reunion tour. An alleged insider tells the magazine, "Victoria feels that she's kept her mouth shut for long enough, and she's ready to set the record straight."
The supposed source goes on to say that Beckham is preparing "a wide-ranging sit-down television interview" and her "revelations could be explosive." One of those revelations might be a "divorce announcement," says the questionable tipster, who further contends that the designer and her husband David have been "on the rocks for months."
As for Beckham's relationship the Spice Girls, the "insider" says she "has her reasons for missing the tour and, of course, she would want the chance to clear the air once and for all." The suspicious source further alleges that Beckham had a falling out with Meghan Markle, so "this interview could be Victoria's chance to get back at her by sharing some royal secrets."
The outlet concludes, "Victoria wants to speak out because she's sick of people constantly gossiping about her." Only, OK! is one of the biggest culprits when it comes to publishing false gossip about Beckham. For starters, the designer isn't having marriage problems. Gossip Cop busted the outlet last month for falsely claiming that the Beckhams were getting a "$1.2 billion divorce." We've also already debunked rumors of a feud between Beckham and Markle.
Meanwhile, the tabloid's premise is based on claims from an anonymous and unidentified "source," but Beckham's own spokesperson is going on the record to dismiss it. A rep qualified to speak on the designer's behalf confirms that she's not planning a tell-all TV interview. It's quite ironic for OK! to say that Beckham is eager to clear up false rumors about her personal life, considering the magazine is responsible for spreading them.
It's worth noting, this isn't the first time the tabloid has wrongly reported that the former singer was headed to the small screen. Earlier this year, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for making up a story about the Beckham family starring on a reality show. No such project was ever in the works. This so-called "TV tell-all" is equally nonexistent.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.