Gossip Cop: Calling Off Robert Pattinson “Marriage Proposal” Cover

If we ever hand out a lifetime achievement award for Robsten wrongness, OK! magazine should clear space on the mantle.

This week’s laughable “exclusive” takes us inside “Rob’s Marriage Proposal.”

Oh, didn’t you hear? Robert Pattinson popped the question to Kristen Stewart on the Eclipse set!

At least that’s what OK!’s cover wants us to believe.

According to the tab, it all started after Stewart launched into a “screaming tirade” when Pattinson, busy partying in London, “missed his flight and showed up on set a day late.” An OK! source explains that Stewart was “really upset because she felt he was acting like a single guy.”


Except for the fact the rumored late flight fight never happened. Gossip Cop busted it already. Pattinson arrived in Vancouver two days before he was needed on set.

But in OK!’s warped reality, after their quarrel Pattinson “calmed” Stewart “with a surprise that moved her to tears.”

“Rob told Kristen he wants to spend the rest of his life with her — period,” claims a source for the mag. “He’s proposed they’ll get married one day. He knows Kristen will make a perfect wife and can’t imagine being with anyone else.”

Notice the careful wording.

On the wrong side of the facts, OK! can’t quite bring itself to say outright that Pattinson proposed marriage, even though that’s exactly what the cover and headline infer. Instead, Pattinson (supposedly) raised the subject of marriage without formally asking Stewart to marry him.

How convenient!

So Pattinson and Stewart resolved a fight that never happened with a “proposal” that included no proposal (or engagement ring, or any other evidence). It’s the old “clean up one fake story with a second fake story” routine!

Gossip Cop humbly “proposes” that OK! should stop using its cover to mislead readers.


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