Ed Sheeran Hasn't Actually Quit Twitter
A report in "The Sun" claimed that Ed Sheeran had quit Twitter because of online trolls, but it turns out that's not actually true.
The singer took to both Twitter and Instagram yesterday to clarify his stance on the social media site. "Loads of Hoo-har about me quitting stuff," he wrote next to a picture of himself in a T-shirt with the word "Hoax" on it. "I haven't quit anything, I'm just not reading anything, except Harry Potter. Hope everyone had a wonderful July 4th yo."
No, Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton Are Not Married
Contrary to what you may read, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton did not tie the knot. “Life & Style” magazine’s latest cover features a picture of the superstar couple with the headline “Blake & Gwen: They’re Married,” with the accompanying article featuring alleged details from their secret wedding, but we wouldn’t go running out to buy them a wedding gift just yet.
The mag quotes an insider who says they “decided to just do it,” with the “super low-key" wedding taking place “in the backyard at Gwen’s home in L.A. with just family and a few close friends.” Although they don't say when this supposed wedding happened, they do note that Blake “had special bracelets made for the entire family” in order to remember the day.
But sources insist to Gossip Cop that the happy couple did not in fact get hitched. This is far from the first story “Life & Style” has written about the pair. In February they suggested Gwen was delaying a wedding to have a baby, and in April they claimed she was ready to dump Blake. None of those turned out to be true either.
Katy Perry In Hot Water Over Koalas
Katy Perry is in a bit of hot water becuase of an Australian ad in which she seems to advocate dogs chasing after koalas.
The ad is to promote a contest with retail company MYER, which is giving away tickets to the Down Under leg of her upcoming “Witness: The Tour.” The ad features Katy’s teacup poodle Nugget, and at one point she’s heard telling the pooch, “Let’s go chase some koalas, Nugget!”
Apparently the line is offensive because around 1,100 koalas are killed by dogs every year. MYER eventually took the line out of the commercial, but its inclusion has left at least one wildlife expert shaking her head. “I’m still amazed as to how the marketing department could have let this comment feature on an ad in the first place,” Queensland wildlife vet Claire Madden says. “It’s sheer ignorance.”