I was watching a show, where a famous actor is hosted and TV presenter asks him about what will happen in the new episodes to come.
And TV presenter said to actor "There are rumours ONLINE, and AROUND, and ABOUT that another wedding will take place".
I understand her question generally but really wondered why she emphasized seperately the prepositions "AROUND" and "ABOUT" to refer to the rumor. I can understand why she emphasized the word "online" by which she referred to the rumor on the internet. But where did she refer to using the words "AROUND" and and and "ABOUT"?
When I listed all 3 words TV presenter used referring to the rumor, I was able to find two of what might she have referred to, but I think I was not able to find the last one.
To sum up; - rumors online (rumors on the internet), - rumors around (rumors in real life, amongst real people) - rumors about, (?????)