Gossip Cop Reports and Shannon Woodward Tweets

Rob with Shannon, May 2009.

Shannon Woodward, the birthday celebrant, tweeted. To clear things about RadarOnLine's World Exclusive LMAO - that Rob had "Flirty fun" with Katy Perry.
Here is Rob with Shannon's boyfriend, Andrew Garfield and Tom Stu from last year's Vogue party in London. The other picture is Andrew and Shannon from May this year, Cannes Film Festival. Okay, enough of this. Radar Online has taken too much of my patience. I hope the "six degrees" is clear to you now, how they are all friends.

GossipCopMixing and matching big celebrity names in claims of romantic encounters has never been sillier than on RadarOnline.com this morning.

The story making waves has Robert Pattinson and Katy Perry getting “up close and personal” last night at a mutual friend’s birthday party at Dimples Supper Club in Burbank, California. “The two superstars looked to be more than just good friends,” the site whispers in a “world exclusive” barely worth the digital code it’s printed on.

So what happened? Well, Pattinson and Perry went to Dimples with a large group of friends, there was some karaoke, at some point they were seen face to face and giggling, and eventually they left, with another friend, in Perry’s car.

That’s it.

Oh, and there’s video! Video of Pattinson smoking and chatting with a bunch of people, then walking to the parking lot with Perry and several other friends. When they get to the vehicle, he climbs into the back seat while someone else sits next to Perry.

Yet Radar has the audacity to title this video: “Rob Pattinson and Katy Perry’s Flirty Fun!”
Flirty fun? Um, kinda looks more like a car pool.

Radar also fails to mention that Perry is dating Russell Brand. Sort of an important detail.

Gossip Cop expects ridiculous rumors to follow Pattinson wherever he goes, but rarely are they as lazy and lame as this one. Let’s put it this way: If for all of Radar’s “spying” last night they saw nothing that lets them quote Perry’s smash, “I Kissed A Girl,” we doubt anything resembling “flirty fun” took place.