“It’s Over” between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, declares Famous magazine in big, bold letters under the words, “Rob confirms to the US media.”
Pattinson NEVER confirmed that to the media.
Nevertheless, Famous, which is often famous for its imaginative, though not necessarily accurate cover stories, claims, “Robert confirmed the news late last week to stunned cast and crew members on the set of his latest flick Water for Elephants - in which he plays a vet who joins the circus – declaring, ‘I’m single.’”
The mag alleges, “A movie rep then confirmed to Fox News, ‘Rob is not dating anyone’” and emphasized, “He just tells everyone he is single.”
Famous, which likes to use the words “confirms” or “confirmed,” yet doesn’t actually confirm anything, goes on to say, “Friends of the star confirmed that Kirsten – who flew into Australia this week to promote the third instalment (sic) of the Twilight franchise, Eclipse – is devastated.”
Uh, she hardly looks devastated from the pics we’ve seen from Down Under.
We can go on and on with all the other nonsense Famous prints in this piece, including a “spy” telling the mag, “[Kirsten] really does love Robert. She won’t let him go without a fight,” but let’s consider what this entire story is based on – a WRONG report from the Fox411 blog.
Did those phrases “Rob is not dating anyone” and “He just tells everyone he is single” sound familiar?
In the false Fox411 report last week about Pattinson making the moves on Reese Withspoon, which Gossip Cop busted, a so-called Fox411 “insider” said, “Rob is not dating anyone… and he tells everyone he is single.”
So Fox411’s “insider” suddenly became a “Fox rep” when reprinted in Famous?
Bottom line: the Famous article based its fake premise on an equally fake Fox411 blog story.
None of these things were ever said, and the story is not true.
Famous is just becoming famous for its famously inaccurate cover stories.