Was Tom Hiddleston Planning on Proposing to Taylor Swift?
It’s that time of the week again when the celebrity weeklies hit the newsstands. To separate what’s real and rumor, we turned to our friends at Gossip Cop for the 411 on this week’s most controversial stories.
Tom Hiddleston was planning to propose to Taylor Swift before they split after just three months of dating, reports Us Weekly. The magazine notes he was “contemplating buying a ring” for the singer, and talked with his friends about “marriage and kids.” For when he was going to propose and how, see what a Hiddleston pal leaks to Gossip Cop.
Beyoncé purposely tried to “upstage” Rihanna at the MTV VMAs out of “revenge,” reveals In Touch. The magazine adds the two top singers have been “feuding for years over everything” from their careers to Beyoncé’s husband Jay Z. For why the Lemonade singer “hates” Rihanna so much and finds her “disrespectul,” see what a Beyoncé confidante exclusively tells Gossip Cop.
Miranda Lambert and Gwen Stefani had a “showdown” over Blake Shelton, reveals OK!. The magazine says after Shelton had a pleasant run-in with Lambert at the ACM Honors, he told Stefani everything was “under the bridge” with his ex. For why the nice encounter had “Stefani seeing red” and caused “angry messages between the women,” see what her rep admits to Gossip Cop.
Justin Bieber is scared of girlfriend Sofia Richie’s famous dad, Lionel Richie, reveals Star. The publication reports Lionel “wants to sit down with Justin” because he doesn’t trust Bieber and “thinks [he’s] bad news.” For why Bieber really “dreads” meeting Lionel, and whether it will cause the young singer and Sofia to split, click over to Gossip Cop.
Julia Roberts is in a “$275 million divorce” with Danny Moder, and Owen Wilson is to blame, reports Star. The magazine reveals Roberts has been “crazy” about her co-star Wilson “for years,” and it’s “become so serious” that the actress is “pulling the plug” on her marriage. For when Roberts will announce she’s divorcing Moder, go to Gossip Cop.