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Real Life Couples Form Hollywood Creative Teams

From Associate Press By Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn Every season after production wraps, David Krumholtz and Rob Morrow, stars of the CBS drama "NUMB3RS," lead the cast and crew on a celebratory retreat. But last year's Las Vegas excursion was limited to those who work on set: no spouses, no significant others. The show's executive-producer partners Cheryl Heuton and Nicolas Falacci, however, brought their better halves -- which stands to reason, given that they're married to each other. Read More… Tango’s Take

Rachel McAdams Thinks Ryan Gosling Is Awesome

From People Magazine By Stephen M. Silverman Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling played lovers in 2004's The Notebook, but didn't begin their off-screen romance until "quite a while after the movie," she says. And even though McAdams wasn't with Gosling, 26, on Oscar night – she was working, so the Best Actor nominee for Half Nelson brought his sister and mother – she tells Elle magazine in its April issue, "He did such an amazing job" in the movie. Read More… Tango’s Take

Stressed-Out American Women Have No Time for Sleep

From Investors.com WASHINGTON, March 6, 2007 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- More than half of American women (60 percent) say they only get a good night's sleep a few nights per week or less and 67 percent say they frequently experience a sleep problem. Additionally, 43 percent say that daytime sleepiness interferes with their daily activities, according to a new poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). Women's lack of sleep affects virtually every aspect of their time-pressed lives, leaving them late for work, stressed out, too tired for sex and little time for their friends. Read More… Tango’s Take

Co-Existence With Nature Just Got Sexier

From CanWest News Service By Misty Harris You've heard of green cars, green tourism and green weddings. Now Canadians should ready themselves for green sex. For those who like to make love to the soundtrack of the global warming documentary An Inconvenient Truth, Greenpeace has released a list of strategies for "getting it on for the good of the planet," suggesting "you can be a bomb in bed without nuking the planet." Read More… Tango’s Take

Elizabeth Hurley Arrives In India For Next Leg Of Wedding Marathon

From Telegraph.co.uk By Peter Foster in New Delhi and Richard Savill After two days of “quiet” celebrations in rural Gloucestershire, Liz Hurley’s wedding train moved on 6,000 miles to India today. The actress and her new husband, Arun Nayar, landed in India this morning to begin the “second leg” of their lavish wedding celebrations. Ms Hurley was wearing a patterned white summer dress with matching handbag and dark sunglasses as she walked through the arrival lounge at Mumbai Airport with Mr Nayar. The couple are later expected to attend a “haldi” ceremony, where a paste of turmeric, milk and cream is applied to the bride and groom, before meeting Mr Nayar’s relatives for a formal dinner in the city. Read More… Tango’s Take

Over 40 Set Discovers Internet, Internet Dating

From The Chicago Sun-Times BY Laura Berman The youngest baby boomers will turn 43 this year and the oldest boomers just turned 60. These boomers are the fastest-growing population of singles. Match.com reports that over-50 singles are their most lucrative demographic. Imagine that! Just one generation ago, love and sex were relegated to the under-40 set. A life of grandkids, bridge and table tennis were on the agenda for the over-40s. Today, it's romance and sex for the generation who made their name in the free-love era. Read More… Tango’s Take

Female Genitals Latest Area For Surgeons To Nip/ Tuck

From Newhouse News Service BY DIANA KEOUGH "Feel feminine again," promises a full-page ad for urogynecologist Dr. John Miklos. The ad depicts a naked woman, arms crossed over her breasts, her genitals tastefully covered by a white Cala lily. Her curves frame the pitch. "We all want to look and feel vibrant, youthful and beautiful. However, our faces are just the beginning — even the most private parts of our body can affect our self-confidence and body image." Uh-oh. Now what's wrong with us? First, our breasts weren't big enough and our bottoms were too flat. Then our teeth were too crooked, our hair too gray, our tummies too flabby, and the wrinkles on our skin made us look old. Botox, liposuction and plastic surgery promised women perfection and the chance to turn back the clock. Guess what's next? Read More... Tango’s Take

Breakups In Person Keep Dating Civil, Experts Say

From The Sacramento Bee By Cynthia Hubert Adam Levine may have dumped Jessica Simpson electronically, but most regular folks are inclined to take a higher road when delivering bad news. That’s one of the findings of a new survey about the psychology of communicating. When it comes to breaking up with someone or surrendering other types of negative information, the vast majority of those who responded to the survey said they want to do it in person. Read More… Tango’s Take

Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson Hang Out, As Friends, In Australia

Source: Daily Blabber and Hello Magazine Their characters in the movie You, Me And Dupree didn't exactly enjoy an easy relationship, but Tinseltown favourites Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson seemed to be getting on just fine when they were photographed out and about in Australia this week. And although representatives for the pair say they are just good friends, new photographs of them spending time together in the appropriately named Surfer's Paradise area of Queensland are bound to fuel speculation of a romance. Read More… Tango’s Take

Researchers Find Evidence of Man-o-pause in Aging Males

From NBC10.com Mood swings, bone loss, no sex drive -- and we're not talking about women. It turns out menopause has gone coed. Men are getting it, too, NBC 10 News Medical Reporter Cherie Bank reported. "I think so because they get all cranky and mad and evil," said one woman. "That's a scary thing to think about -- everybody going through menopause instead of just half the population going through menopause," said a man. Read More… Tango’s Take