Even Sandra Bullock was surprised when she went from dating Hollywood hotties like Matthew McConaughey and Ryan Gosling to marrying motorcycle shop owner Jesse James. She's revealing how looking outside the box for her mate was the best decision that she ever made. Sandra tells Glamour magazine, "I think most of us are raised with preconceived notions of the choices we're supposed to make. We waste so much time making decisions based on someone else's idea of our happiness — what will make you a good citizen or a good wife or daughter or actress. Nobody says, 'Just be happy — go be a cobbler or go live with goats."
Engagement rumors began percolating in May after an insider told the Chicago Sun-Times that the couple had bought "love" bracelets for each other and were shopping for a ring. And while both stars have since quashed the speculation, it's clear that Ms. Hewitt is more open to the idea than her comedian counterpart.
Yesterday we talked about how Twitter can be used for many purposes, not the least of which can be avoiding the end of your relationship (see: Mayer, John and Aniston, Jennifer.) Well, this morning we were treated to a really sweet use of Twitter as Ashton Kutcher organized a "love wave" for his wife, Demi Moore. Evidently, Demi gets her daughters out the door and to school at 7:45 a.m. and Ashton organized his army of Tweeps to send little love notes to his wife all precisely at that time. Demi received well over 3600 tweets in about 7 minutes flat! Some of the sweet ones she received were: @mrskutcher as the mother of three daughters as well, I only hope they find someone half as dear as your husband
Who says married couples can't air their dirty laundry — on national TV — if they want to. Not Seinfeld. There have been reality shows on how to nab a bachelor or bachlorette. And reality shows on how to win over a guy's mom. We've even caught glimpses of what celeb marriage is like through footage of life at home with the Osbournes and the Hogans.