Hugh Jackman Fighting With ‘Homesick’ Wife Over ‘Permanently’ Moving Back To Australia?

Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness have been married since 1996. Last year, a tabloid reported the couple was divided over whether or not the family should move to Australia. Gossip Cop is revisiting the story to see where the couple stands today.  Desperate To Return To Australia? This time last year, Woman’s Day […]

Hugh Jackman Fighting With ‘Homesick’ Wife Over ‘Permanently’ Moving Back To Australia?

Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness have been married since 1996. Last year, a tabloid reported the couple was divided over whether or not the family should move to Australia. Gossip Cop is revisiting the story to see where the couple stands today. 

Desperate To Return To Australia?

This time last year, Woman’s Day ran a story entitled “Homesick Hugh and Deb At War Over New York.” In it, the publication purported that “feelings of resentment” were building between husband and wife who were based in New York. With the then-raging coronavirus epidemic, Furness was allegedly “devastated” that the couple and their two kids were stuck in the states and didn’t get back to their native Australia in time for the border shut down. 

“Deb has been wanting to move back to Sydney permanently for years, and the pandemic appeared to present them with the perfect opportunity,” an insider told the outlet. “New York was hit hard early when the borders were still open and Qantas was still flying. She begged Hugh to pack up the family and go,” the source continued, pointing out that the couple has a home in Bondi they could have gone to. 

“Hugh was keen to stick it out, thinking, like a lot of people, it would get sorted quickly,” the source continued. As everyone knows, racial unrest and the ongoing pandemic still haven’t disappeared, and last year, their effects apparently “frightened” Furness and led to her being angry with her husband for forcing their family to stay in New York. 

Is Hugh Jackman In The Doghouse?

As Gossip Cop pointed out last year, the tabloid’s premise was incorrect. Furness and Jackman were probably concerned about staying in New York, but the couple was not fighting about moving to Australia over it. A few months earlier, we busted the rumor that Jackman was permanently relocating to his home country. His rep assured Gossip Cop then that the story was untrue and nothing had changed. 

Jackman and his family did go back to Australia earlier this summer and recently returned due to a COVID outbreak there. He and Furness celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary back in April and the actor is currently in rehearsal for The Music Man on Broadway, which was pushed back due to the pandemic. Clearly, the couple still plans to remain in the States.

Same Old Story

Since this article was first published, Woman’s Day has recycled this story twice. The first time was in November after Furness talked about missing Australia and wanting to return on an Aussie talk show. This April, the tensions over wanting to move were apparently so bad the couple was on the verge of divorce. Gossip Cop busted both stories.

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Fox News Stars Spar: Geraldo Rivera Accuses Sean Hannity Of ‘Gaslighting’ Viewers

Things got heated during a recent debate between these Fox News stars concerning the January 6 Capitol riots.

Fox News Stars Spar: Geraldo Rivera Accuses Sean Hannity Of ‘Gaslighting’ Viewers

Fancy some infighting? Look no further than the latest spat Wednesday between Fox News personalities Geraldo Rivera and Sean Hannity over the topic of the violent January 6 riots. Though the two are friends off-air, Rivera spared no words when he accused Hannity of “gaslighting” the public regarding the Capitol insurrection.

Fact From Fiction

The conversation between the two panelists got testy as they discussed the House committee’s undergoing hearing on the January riots. Hannity had invited Rivera as well as conservative political commentator, Dan Bongino, onto his show.

Hannity started the segment by leveling some questions at Rivera such as why the DC police chief was denied assistance six times during the riot, and what was Nancy Pelosi’s role in preparing the Capitol for such an event.

Rivera responded by welcoming his fellow panelists and hoping for an “erudite discussion” on the topic, though that went out the window with his next comment addressed towards Hannity.

“I think you’ve been, with all due respect and I love you, gaslighting, changing the subject,” Rivera said to Hannity. “The fact that the Capitol was targeted and that the prime instigator, the one who unleashed the mob, was the president of the United States. For god sakes, Sean …”

Rivera was certainly on the offensive and sounded like he was tired of Hannity focusing on the details leading up to the riot instead of what exactly happened on January 6 and for what reasons.

That’s when Hannity interrupted saying, “Geraldo, you just made an accusation against me. We’ve been friends a long time. Wait a minute. You just told me I’m gaslighting.”

As one would expect from Fox News, what happened next was an indiscernible bout of yelling as the two men talked over each other. Hannity of course defended former President Donald Trump, saying that he only told supporters to “peacefully and patriotically march to the Capitol so [their] voices would be heard.”

Agree To Disagree

Hannity later made comparisons between the Capitol riots and last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests echoing sentiments from fellow Fox commentator Tucker Carlson. Bongino also took shots at Rivera as well but as usual, not a clear consensus or agreement on the issue was made.

Around the eight-minute mark, Hannity simply ended the segment with an “Alright I gotta go guys,” and cut off Rivera while he was still speaking. So much for that “erudite” discussion he spoke of earlier.

The on-air squabble highlights the country’s division on what to make of the deadly attack earlier this year. As Rivera said, Hannity has been using his platform to shift blame for the riots away from former President Donald Trump. While both sides of the aisle have condemned the riots, some members of the GOP have taken great strides to downplay the events of January 6.

No Stranger To Controversy

If it’s one thing, Fox News has never been one to shy away from controversy no matter how extreme. Hannity is simply one commentator in a roster of other divisive personalities in the network, but it is surprising to see a fellow panelist stand up to him on-air for once. Other Fox antics include Megyn Kelly defending Britney Spears’ conservatorship, to Greg Gutfeld picking fights with comedian Russell Brand. If there’s a way to stir the pot for some intrigue, Fox News certainly finds a way.

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