Heidi Klum doesn't take her sexy marriage to Seal for granted.
After conceiving a child together, Jessica Alba and Cash Warren have gotten engaged. These two have had an up-and-down relationship for years and it really could only have gone this way. Well, they probably have as good or better chance of any other Hollywood couple.
Broadway flipped for her in 1998. Now the music business, TV and Hollywood are all under her spell. Her love life? A work in progress. Actress Kristin Chenoweth shares her own "runaway bride" stories as well as her experiences falling in and out of love. In this questionnaire, she reveals the crazy things she's done (and would do) for love. In her 20s, Kristin Chenoweth admits, she was "sort of the runaway bride," with two broken engagements. "I just wasn't there," she says. "Now that I'm in my 30s, I think all those experiences that I will prepare me for that man. That man will need to appreciate art and music and theater, since Chenoweth's experiences include winning a Tony in the 1998 revival of You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, then creating the role of Glinda the Good Witch in the hit musical Wicked.
Jada Pinkett Smith opens up to YourTango about her role as mother, wife of Will Smith, actress and rockstar. Read on to find out her celebrity crush, when she feels sexiest and what crazy act she did for love. "In Hollywood, image is everything. Celebrities preen and pose for paparazzi, often masking their true selves under the glare of a thousand flash bulbs. But not Jada Pinkett Smith. Sure, she's elegant and articulate. But she also gets angry. And wild. And loud. For starters, the pint-sized actress fronts a metal (yes, metal) band, Wicked Wisdom, which has toured with Ozzfest. And she has been known to do crazy things for love: she once jumped off a building in a show of affection for Will Smith, her husband of nine years."
As the brooding detective on Law & Order: S.V.U., Christopher Meloni spends his days reacting to shocking scenarios of human depravity and violence. Even Sherman, his wife, has a hard time watching the show. No wonder they want "real life" to be drama-free. Jesse Kornbluth finds out how they have made their marriage a cornerstone of happiness; from the day Sherman rolled into Chris's life on a Harley to their ten-year itch for each other.
At first glance, radiant actress Angie Harmon and celebrated athlete Jason Sehorn look like the pinup-perfect couple. She's an actress, he's a jock. Read how they met, how they get along and how they managed being married with children.
On Desperate Housewives, Doug Savant's character, Tom Scavo, is married to Felicity Huffman’s Lynette. He met his real-life wife is, Laura Leighton, as co-cast members of Melrose Place. Despite the auspicious meeting, the two have a totally normal life, perhaps discounting job-hopping through prime time dramas. But let the men leering at their Hi-Defs be dazzled by Eva and Nicollette. Let the women at the water cooler gossip about the beefcake of the week. Doug Savant and Laura Leighton have something you can’t find on Wisteria Lane or at the pool in Melrose Place: four great kids, a romance that’s survived both financial and health crises, and a life that will seem more familiar to Savant’s viewers than to his fellow castmembers. Up at five. Kids to school. Work. Home. A family dinner, if possible. Homework. Kids to bed. Read on to find out more.