Ronan Farrow’s Blue Eyes Are Allegedly Fake, So Frank Sinatra’s Probably Not His Dad

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New reports say that Ronan Farrow's eyes as we know them are allegedly big, fat, contact-lensed lies, which is important when you consider that whole paternity situation of yore. If you recall, while we were in the thick of celebrities taking sides in the “Is Woody Allen Appalling?” debate, Ronan made it publicly clear that he wanted exactly zilch to do with him. And, with Mia Farrow's claims to Vanity Fair that Frank Sinatra's probably his dad and Ronan's cheeky tweet alluding to the same, we were all like, “sure, why not?”. Because the EYES, they're BLUE like the Mediterranean and also blue like Frank's were. Except apparently, they're allegedly just really believable colored contacts.

Page Six is reporting that, at the Time 100 Gala, it was obvious that his piercing blues are liars, liars, pants on fire.

“‘You could see the outline of his contacts,' said a spy.”

And, while it's tempting to write that off as someone who just may not be sure what human eyes look like, a friend of Ronan's also allegedly confirmed the contacts story.

“He’s blind as a bat, they are prescription contacts. They are tinted white, but they do make his eyes brighter blue.”

Is it just me or does the fact that they're tinted white sound like a deliberate attempt to pull the wool over all of our own eyes? And it's like, cool, make your eyes literally whatever color you want. But it feels like it was done on purpose to make the public buy into the whole Sinatra story, which would be so fake and icky. That's like people speculating that I'm the child of Barney the Dinosaur and I dance around the topic, but go around wearing a purple dinosaur Halloween costume every day.

Ugh, it wasn't supposed to be this way, Ronan. You're an actual genius and you're so witty, not a phony Hollywood type! Except, if your intentions were how they seem, I totally feel like you fit right in there. Excuse me while I go weep from my non-phony eyeholes.

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