It's hard to picture certain celebs with former partners, when they just make so much sense with their current love, or even alone! Did you have any idea about Tom Hanks, or Jennifer Garner? Yup, they are on the list of celebs with former first flames that you probably didn't know about. Read on to see who else made the list.
Summer is coming to a close, which means it's time to select our Ultimate Summer Crush! Check out each of our winners from the last eight weeks and leave your vote for your ultimate summer crush in the comments section. The winner will receive a $25 Amex gift card, so get voting!
Sure, Fergie's all ready to pop any minute now but before playing wifey to Josh Duhamel, this mama-to-be was loving on some ladies. Surprised? Yeah, we were too, so we decided to dig a little deeper. Check out the other 9 celebrities we uncovered play for both teams.
This week’s summer crushes are all blockbuster couples!
Jonathan Scott, 35, makes up one half of the twin brother duo starring in HGTV's hit series, 'Property Brothers.' When he's not tackling new real estate projects, transforming fixer uppers into dream homes, he's busy wooing the ladies with helicopter tours and sentimental scavenger hunts. (Seriously, how is this guy single?)
Mario's wife Courtney Mazza is due to give birth to their second child in September, as daughter Gia turns two. For the 39-year-old dad, host, actor and author (he has another book in the works, but can't talk about it yet!), fatherhood is his favorite role of all.
Jennifer Aniston looks gorgeous in a grey dress, telling YourTango about 'We're The Millers,' her latest flick in which she plays a stripper pretending to be a mom while en route to Mexico with her fake family to complete a drug heist.
For the last three years, she's played detective Jane Rizzoli, half of a female forensics team on TNT's Rizzoli & Isles. But for Angie Harmon, 40, the toughest thing to solve is how to balance marriage and motherhood.
Once best known as the randy gardener who romped with Gaby (Eva Longoria) on Desperate Housewives, Jesse Metcalfe has been getting into all kinds of trouble—marital and financial—as Christopher Ewing on TNT's hit reboot of Dallas. In a cast full of schemers, he's the good guy "but he has insecurities and demons that he's grappling with and he's constantly striving to prove himself to the family," says Metcalfe, 34.
Admit it, Bachelorette fans. You thought Brooks would come running back to Desiree in the final episode, full of regret and carrying a diamond ring. Well, no such luck. After failing to fight for Des, we thought for sure that amazing head of hair would grace our TV screens once more. Well, YourTango just asked Brooks if he was disappointed by not being named the next Bachelor. His answer?
He plays a twice divorced, Speedo-wearing doctor in the CBS fall buddy comedy 'We Are Men', but Jerry O'Connell is the furthest thing from a swinging single in real life. Married to actress Rebecca Romijn for six years, he's the sometimes overwhelmed but extremely proud father of their 4-year-old fraternal twins, Dolly and Charlie.
Happy Friendship Day everybody! In celebration of this wonderful day, we explored celebrity friendships to discover surprising alliances made over the years. From strange to adorable, we’ve got them all!
Welcome to the first installment of Love & Learn, a new column devoted to lessons of the heart, straight from the stars we love. Here, Gabrielle Reece—U.S. volleyball icon, former model, wife, mother and author of the just-released My Foot Is Too Big For The Glass Slipper—shares a few things she knows about love after 17 years of marriage, three children—and the usual number of arguments.
Thank you, social media. It was only a matter of time before celebrities would post sexy selfies as they're hitting the sheets—and we are not complaining one bit. It's refreshing to go behind the red carpet razzle-dazzle and into celebrities' bedrooms. Prepare to see one sexy vampire shirtless with a come-hither stare, a pop star puckering up, a starlet in bed with multiple partners, and so much more. Sweet dreams!
Dear George Clooney, I had such high hopes for you to finally stop being such a playboy and settle down. I always felt you were a good egg: so intelligent, so philanthropic. I will even admit that years ago, I made a fake profile for our "wedding" on TheKnot.com. I lost interest after a few minutes, but still. And now, after ending your two-year relationship with Stacy Keibler, I find out that you were secretly chasing Eva Longoria? Unsurprising, I must say.