Are they or aren't they?
Did Us Weekly lie to us?
As we first mentioned yesterday, many people are now asking….
Is Speidi's marriage as valid as one of their candid photo-op?
In the greatest debate since the presidential campaign a mere month ago, the marriage may very well be "just an elaborate photo shoot."
The couple allegedly wed in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on a whim November 20th after a couple margaritas on the beach.
We thought that only happened in Vegas!
The Us Weekly spread features photos of the couple throughout the ceremony, along with their handwritten cheeseball vows to each other.
But, what the magazine fails to mention is Mexico's marriage laws, which require a process of paperwork and blood tests that take more than a "whim" to complete in order for a marriage to be recognized internationally.
Just a minor detail, not even worth mentioning, right?
Shame on you, Us Weekly!
The mag was very well aware of the wedding laws in Mexico for foreigners and they failed to even report if Speidi obtained a marriage license or not.
All that Peter Grossman - who conducted the wedding interview for Us - will confirm is that "Heidi and Spencer are two people in love who had a beautiful wedding ceremony to celebrate that." That's the magazine's only comment.
Spencer & Heidi's clueless publicist, Rick Rhodes says, "I'm not privy to any of that information. If there was a wedding I wasn't invited …Sorry!"
And MTV said that the network "wishes Heidi and Spencer the best and can't wait to share their special moment with The Hills fans later this season."
We expect The Hills to be fake, but not Us Weekly!
Will the magazine Speidi lies and confusion make you question their credibility in the future????