Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde have been targeted by baseless rumours on the internet – here is the social media hoax debunked.
Social media is a platform that brings users together but it could also become a place of misinformation and this can be seen on a regular basis when cruel hoaxes go viral.
Celebrities often become victims of online trolling and fake news and this is the case with Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde who have been targeted by baseless ‘baby’ rumours.
Fans are also reluctant to believe the rumours – here’s the hoax about Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde debunked.
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HARRY STYLES AND OLIVIA WILDE’S ‘BABY’ RUMOURS DEBUNKED
The ‘baby rumours about Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde are not true.
It appears that the baseless speculations about the ‘Watermelon Sugar’ singer and Olivia surfaced after a misleading headline in an article went viral on the internet.
The headline claimed that ‘Olivia and Harry baby on the way’ and this is why many social media users have been left confused.
As of Olivia and Harry’s relationship, the two haven’t confirmed that they are together.
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FANS REACT ON SOCIAL MEDIA
It’s safe to say that many fans are angry about the fake news and have slammed the ‘baby’ rumours, saying that those kinds of speculations should stop.
One fan tweeted: “When I woke up this morning the first thing I saw was Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde are having a baby… THEY HELD HANDS ONCE.”
Another one said: “I for real don’t understand the fake news. Only because Harry and Olivia hold hands for one time, there are rumours that they are having a baby? EXCUSE ME???”
OLIVIA WILDE RETURNS ON SET OF NEW MOVIE
On Wednesday, January 20th, Olivia returned with a new post on Instagram since the news that production on Don’t Worry Darling, a movie which she and Harry star in, has resumed.
Olivia shared a behind-the-scenes snap from the movie set, which also stars the likes of Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma Chan, Wonder Woman actor Chris Pine and Little Women‘s Florence Pugh.
“And we back,” Olivia captioned her post, tagging cinematographer Matthew Libatique.
The actress has limited messages on her Instagram posts after she was targeted by negative comments from online trolls.