Ellen DeGeneres is, allegedly, bribing Portia de Rossi with money so that she’ll agree to marry her again.

In its Dec. 28 issue, Globe claimed that DeGeneres wants to renew her vows with de Rossi.

And the only way for that the Ally McBeal star will agree is if DeGeneres tells her that she can spend as much as she wants on their second wedding.

The insulting claim made by the tabloid depicted de Rossi as someone who could be bought when she’s not.

Still, the tabloid insisted that DeGeneres only has the best intentions that’s why she wants to renew her vows with her wife.

After seeing how loyal de Rossi was to her when she was heavily criticized by the public, DeGeneres couldn’t help but feel indebted to the actress.

As such, she thinks that the best way to make up for everything that de Rossi has done is to get married to her again.

“The plan is to have an intimate, fully catered affair with just a few close friends. Portia’s really excited,” the source said.

Meanwhile, the tabloid also alleged that DeGeneres wants to do everything she can to never make her wife feel that she’s being taken for granted.

After all, the comedian knows that de Rossi could walk away if DeGeneres sets her aside again.

However, Gossip Cop debunked the tabloid’s claims by saying that DeGeneres and de Rossi aren’t planning on renewing their vows.

And the only way that the tabloid could prove that they are correct is if they were able to provide concrete details about the couple’s wedding, including the venue and the date.

The rumor-debunking site also said that it’s unlikely for the tabloid to know what DeGeneres and de Rossi think about each other. And it’s evident that they’re speculating on the couple’s relationship.

The claims that DeGeneres has been taking de Rossi for granted aren’t also true. The couple has been married for 12 years, and they wouldn’t have made things work if they don’t treat each other right.

DeGeneres and de Rossi are also working on a new show on HBO Max. Ellen’s Next Great Designer will premiere in the coming months.

According to Deadline, the show will give eight forward-thinking designers the chance to push their creativity to the limit.

The reality TV show will be co-hosted by Scott Foley, who worked with de Rossi in Scandal.