Indie power-couple Phoebe Bridgers and Paul Mescal have been very coy about confirming whether or not they’re officially in a relationship, and it’s led to lots of fevered speculation from fans these last 18 months. But there’s an even weirder mystery at the heart of their relationship that we’d like to get to the bottom of.
The pair first met when they hosted an Instagram Live togther for Wonderland Magazine last May. Phoebe opened her side of the interview by asking Paul for some of his basic biographical information, which she then used to correct his profile on WikiFeet: the user-compiled website for celebrity foot-fetishists.
The story of Paul being a huge hit on WikiFeet got picked up by the tabloids the next day – who ran with the strange detail that Paul was so popular with podophiles that he had somehow earned an impossibly high rating of 5.42/5 for his tootsie pics.
Curiously though, there is no trace of a Paul Mescal entry on WikiFeet anymore. Nor is there any historical record of there ever having been one on internet archive The WayBack Machine. It’s just… vanished.
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