On Wednesday, questionable news outlets and tabloids started reporting that newlyweds Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were expecting their first child. Not only that, but apparently they already knew the sex of the baby and were planning on raising her in Australia. Needless to say, Cyrus shut it down in the most 2019 way possible — with a photoshopped pic of the viral egg and a sequence of egg puns. Obviously.

Tabloid Ok! Australia started the rumor, but other publications quickly picked up the "news."

Apparently a super-secret "source" said that Cyrus and Hemsworth were having a baby girl and planned on raising the child in Byron Bay, Australia, Hemsworth's hometown.

People found a paparazzi photo where the wind is blowing Cyrus' shirt to look like a slight bump.

This was a very elaborate lie, you guys. People are very obsessed with fabricating false pop star pregnancies.

The rumor quickly started makings its rounds through social media, as fake news often does.

Everyone on Twitter was either hyped or hella confused, understandably.

Some fans quickly shut down the news, laughing at the thought of it.

Others sent Cyrus and Hemsworth "congratulations" messages and started celebrating. Thankfully, Cyrus caught wind of the nonsense and set everyone straight.

Cyrus replied directly to Daily Mail's Twitter announcement of her so-called pregnancy with a series of egg puns and a photo of her and the viral egg that dethroned Kylie Jenner's Instagram record.

"I’m not 'Egg-xpecting' but it’s 'Egg-celent' to hear everyone is so 'Happy For Us' .... we’re happy for us too! 'Egg-cited' for this next chapter in our lives...." she wrote.

Cyrus is being a pretty good sport about the whole thing, considering this is nearly the 100th time people have suspected she's pregnant since her career began.

"Now, can everyone leave me alone and go back to staring at an egg," she added in her message to Daily Mail.

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Fans responded with their own photoshopped egg photos because this is the world we live in.

The situation is so ridiculous, this egg version of Cyrus doesn't surprise me at all.

She and Hemsworth just got married in a quiet, private ceremony on December 23.

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The internet practically exploded over the news then as well. But that time, it was actually real.

On New Year's Eve, she posted a series of photos with a bottle of champagne. 

Same Shit , New Year

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That's not exactly something a pregnant person would do on their social media. Plus, after Cyrus and Hemsworth's nuptials, People reported that babies weren't a priority for the two right now. "They both love kids, but they’re not in a rush to start a family," a source said.

So, um, can everyone just stop with the fake news?

Pro tip: Don't believe anything you read in a tabloid. Wait until the celebrity confirms it themselves.

Cyrus shared another post on Instagram and Twitter during the rumor chaos as well.

Nothing Breaks Like An IPhone

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"Broken phone to match our system/society," she wrote on the photo. Broken indeed.

Instead of focusing on fake news and feeding the broken society, enjoy this clip of Cyrus performing Temple of the Dog's power ballad "Say Hello 2 Heaven" at last night's Chris Cornell tribute concert. It is breathtaking.

You can thank me later.