Weep for the Single Girl: Shia LaBeouf Is Reportedly Getting Married

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Shia LaBeouf—you thought you had him, but did you ever?

According to reports, Shia, your prince of princes, is betrothed to his goth, Mia Goth, and your love for him shall be forever scorned.

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“According to one source, the couple was grabbing groceries at Gelson’s earlier this month when LaBeouf, 29, told the cashier that they were set to get married,” states US Weekly. “The onlooker tells Us that Goth sported a large diamond ring on her engagement finger.”

Also:

...In February, the former Disney star referred to Goth as his fiancée during his live-stream performance art project #Elevate, for which he spent 24 hours riding an elevator.

A rep for the actor did not respond to Us Weekly’s request for comment.

You okay, honey? Need to sit down for a sec?


Uh...huh.


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DISCUSSION

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The McGowan dog story: I can’t decide if I think Rose McGowan is right or wrong about this. It was the dog walker who failed to control the (apparently not aggressive in the mean way, but overly friendly) dog adequately - but at the same time, it’s Rose’s dog, and she’s responsible for the animal’s basic training, besides which she hired the dog walker... so...

Any lawyers in the house?

I mean, if it were my dog, I’d be like, “Okay, clearly I failed here,” and offer a settlement before the injured party even asked for one. But that’d be a moral position and action, not based in the law. I’m trying to figure out if Rose has a leg to stand on in court.