It feels like every second week Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are getting back together.
Or Angelina Jolie is having a mental health crisis.
Or Lily Allen is heading to rehab.
You see, there’s a whole industry of tabloid magazines who thrive on piecing together fabricated stories about our favourite celebs in order to sell issues.
This isn’t a well-kept secret. Many people inside and outside of the media industry know the “sources” quoted in these type of stories often don’t exist in real life.
But now Media Watch has broken down exactly how these magazines get away with it.