The Walking Dead on AMC may be the most romantic TV show out there right now, believe it or not. The zombie apocalypse brings out the inner lover in most of the cast as they fight off the undead — and sometimes the living. We've already showed you why Daryl Dixon is the perfect man, why Michonne is a flawless queen, why
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard tied the knot this weekend! The eccentric actor and blond bombshell married on Depp's private island in the Bahamas after three years together. Of course, this wasn't Depp's first rodeo: He was married from 1983 to 1985 to Lori Ann Allison, who still uses the name Lori Ann Depp professionally because, well, wouldn't you?
Zack, Kelly, Slater, Jessie, Lisa, and yes, even Screech. Our favorite high school gang taught us countless lessons about friendships, hardships, and the most confusing thing of all—love.
Not only are we obsessed with TV, but were obsessed with the couples on TV, mainly because they either make us insanely jealous or make us happy that we aren't in them. There is literally nothing worse in this world than being obsessed with two characters who are good friends, who you know deep down inside are supposed to be together, but it takes forever to happen, if it ever happens.
Magic Mike is getting a sequel, and details are finally starting to be revealed! The casting news of Magic Mike XXL is slowly trickling, and new additions include Jade Pinkett-Smith, Amber Heard and Andie MacDowell. (As for the details of their actual roles, all we know so far is that Pinkett-Smith's character was originally written for a man — and that is not stripping in the flick!)
I've been watching The Bachelor since middle school. Yeah, it's been on for that long, and I remember watching the first Bachelor couple in history say "I do." Those two were Trista and Ryan. They are still together eight years later, however, The Bachelor was a little bit different then.
Are you suffering from DAA, or 'Downton Abbey' Addiction?
If you've ever been to a real wedding, then you know the deal. You sit through a ceremony, then cocktails, then dinner, then dancing. (If you've never been to a wedding, then stop reading articles on the internet and go make some friends, weirdo.) Weddings are fun, as long as they're every once in a while.( When you've been to the fourth or fifth wedding of the season, and your wallet's starting to hurt, then they're not as much fun.)
Lenny Kravitz is playing the Super Bowl Halftime Show with Katy Perry this year, which is tragic, because he should be headlining it. The man is so talented it's absurd — he not only writes almost all of his own material on his own (whereas Katy Perry had a team of people to compose and Auto-Tune the Kafka-esque masterpiece that is "Hot n' Cold"), but he also can sing his taut ass off and plays every single instrument on his albums.
Celebrities are in a very interesting position because they have such a public platform. People want to know what they are doing, what they think, and what they're wearing. Numerous people make money off this desire by following them and taking picture of them, by writing about their daily encounters, and interviewing them. Many of these celebrities are put on such a high pedestal that we tend to forget that we don’t truly know these people.