Another alleged news item has surfaced that results in me positing that the item itself is probably none of our fucking business. (An assertion that often results in readers tweeting at me about being a hypocrite, seemingly unaware that reading said story also places them firmly in the neighborhood of hypocrisy. Pretty cool shit.)

This time, we have word—straight from the fascinatingly vacuous Daily Mail—that artists Shia LaBeouf and FKA Twigs are now a thing.

"We're very happy, we're having a nice time," FKA Twigs reportedly told someone affiliated with the Daily Mail "through the intercom at her home," which kinda makes it sound like that someone was quite literally stalking her. This, of course, means that LaBeouf and model/actress Mia Goth are no longer a thing. The two reportedly split months ago.

LaBeouf and Twigs are said to have met on the set of Honey Boy, the upcoming film penned by LaBeouf and based on elements of his own life. Alma Har'el's film also stars Maika Monroe, Lucas Hedges, Martin Starr, and Natasha Lyonne. It's set for a 2019 release.

A popular fan theory suggests FKA Twigs is readying a new album for release, hopefully before year's end. Back in October, she launched a zine on Instagram. LaBeouf, meanwhile, recently announced the launch of Slauson R.C. Theater School in Los Angeles: