Kim Kardashian NOT Pregnant Or Getting Divorced, Despite New Report (EXCLUSIVE)

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Kim Kardashian is pregnant and has been dumped by Kanye West, according to the new Life & Style cover.

According to the tabloid, which falsely claimed last month that the reality TV star was expecting a second baby, she and West are getting ready for both another child and a divorce.

“Kim is hesitant to admit to anything until three months in, but she’s dropping hints,” a so-called “friend” says of the alleged pregnancy. “At the same time, she and Kanye are arguing a lot about their future.”

A Life & Style “insider” explains, “Things haven’t been good with them since their honeymoon.”

Buried in the middle of this latest nonsense from an outlet that doesn’t know what’s going on with Kardashian is a key passage:

“The situation’s gotten so bad that insiders say a divorce is inevitable. But it isn’t easy for Kim to just walk away — not with a second child on the way.”

And that is how Life & Style tries to get away with two falsehoods at the same time.

By telling everyone that Kardashian is pregnant – oh, but she can’t reveal it yet! — and that she wants to divorce West — oh, but she can’t because she’s having a baby! — the magazine gets to have it both ways.

Life & Style can allege that she’s pregnant and splitting — even though neither is true — and then pretend in a few weeks never to have said this at all when neither happens.

Or, like its disgusting sister publication In Touch, it could just invent a miscarriage to get out of it.

A rep for Kardashian tells Gossip Cop exclusively the entire Life & Style cover story is false.

Media outlets must CREDIT and LINK to Gossip Cop on this exclusive.

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale Having Baby Girl To “Heal” Marriage?

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“Gwen’s Last Chance For Baby,” reads the headline of a Star story that goes on to claim Gwen Stefani is trying to have a fourth child with her husband Gavin Rossdale as a way to “heal their relationship.”

According to the tabloid, the mother of three boys has been visiting acupuncture clinics in Los Angeles as a “form of fertility treatment,” just six months after giving birth to her son Apollo.

“Gwen and Gavin thought they were completely done having kids,” a so-called “insider” tells the magazine, adding in very unnatural language, “But Gwen had always hoped to add a daughter to the family, so she’s killing two birds with one stone by trying to get pregnant again as a way to have a fresh start with Gavin and keep their marriage alive. And a baby girl would make it perfect all around.”

Uh, huh.

Star says Stefani’s “babymaking plan may already be paying off” because the two were seen holding hands in St. Tropez.

“The constant intimacy they’re experiencing as they try for a daughter is obviously bringing them closer, and it seems like they feel more connected than they have in a long time,” notes the “insider.”

So, is Stefani really having a fourth child to save her marriage?

NO.

Of course, this is the same outlet that falsely reported Stefani and Rossdale’s marriage was “on the brink of a collapse” not once, but TWICE in 2012.

And yet the couple remains happily together today.

Regardless, a Stefani source tells Gossip Cop this story is totally “untrue.”

22 Songs That Prove The New Pornographers Are The Best Pop Band In The World Today

Here’s a look back on the supergroup’s outstanding body of work, from their 2000 debut up through their new album, Brill Bruisers . There’s never been a better time to become a fan.

"Letter From an Occupant" (2000)

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Before "Letter From an Occupant," Carl Newman was an obscure songwriter who'd fronted two bands that were generally ignored outside of the Canadian indie scene, and Neko Case was a modestly successful alt-country singer. After it, Newman immediately established himself as a genius of power pop, and Case ascended to badass rock-goddess status. They complete each other here — Newman's song is so energetic and bold that it boasts two different choruses, and Case's brassy, powerhouse vocals separated the band from the demure amateurism that characterized a lot of indie music at the time.

The earliest incarnation of The New Pornographers was basically a party band, and their first major tour typically inspired a lot of drunken dancing. "Slow Descent Into Alcoholism" captures the spirit of this era – jaunty and cheerful, but with a slight edge of debauchery.

"Mass Romantic" is one of those songs that just barrels through your speakers, and you have no choice but to get carried along with its momentum. It's a showcase for Case's voice mostly, but Newman takes the lead at the climax, singing "this boy's life among the electrical lights" as though he's willing himself into rock stardom.


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