Dec 30, 2013 07:32 PM EST | Jonathan Lambert
Rumors are once again flying that Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel may be getting a divorce. These latest claims come after multiple gossip sites have reported on Justin’s solo Saturday Night Live appearance.
Well, the interwebs are back at it. Following Jessica Biel’s absence from Timberlake’s recent appearance at 30 Rock, a slew of websites are spelling doom for the couple.
The latest report comes from MediaTakeOut, and their predictions have many worried. This is especially true for Celeb Gather News, as they expressed their sadness to readers:
“Hopefully MediaTakeOut and all those other gossip websites have it wrong. If those rumors are true, 2013 is ending in a terrible way for Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel. Although they aren't the only celebrity couple suspected of breaking up soon, it's still tragic.”
If that previous report has them all choked up, they must have been devastated to learn of Radar Online’s recent article. According to one source who spoke with the publication, the entire cast and crew were wondering where Jessica was:
“Justin was solo again at the Saturday Night Live after party and he stayed until nearly 5 a.m. Everyone was buzzing about her absence…She wasn’t with him at rehearsals on Friday either, which was sort of weird. And it’s not that Justin was flirting with other women or anything at the party but something just didn’t seem right. It was literally what everyone was talking about; whether he and Jessica have split.”
Jessica wasn’t the only thing missing. Turns out that Timberlake’s wedding ring is MIA as well. International Design Times informed readers that Justin wasn’t wearing his own wedding ring, even as he helped two audience members propose:
“Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel split. Timberlake was happy to facilitate a proposal for two fans, but he hasn't been entirely open about his marriage: the singer performed in Atlanta, GA on Wednesday, but his wedding ring was nowhere to be found. Could this be a sign of a separation?”
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