Daniel Radcliffe reportedly called it quits with girlfriend of two years, Rosie Coker, so I put together a list of five gorgeous and talented ladies who would be just perfect for him.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds married at Boone Hall Plantation in Charleston S.C. on Sunday, which is most famously known as the setting of The Notebook. We hope this couple gets to be as happy and lucky as the pair in the 2004 hit movie starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams.
If you haven't already, go hug your other half – today is officially "Hug Your Sweetheart Day!" To celebrate, we're presenting you with the top five couples who can't seem to get enough of each other ... even when there are lots of other people around.
If we've learned anything from Hollywood, it's that keeping the flame alive in a relationship is not easy under the bright lights of fame. However, there are a few exceptions to the rule that really shine through. Certain A-list couples have kept their romances alive and flourishing over the years.
Alec Baldwin may not be much for posing for paparazzi cameras, but striking a pose with his bride Hilaria Thomas for their wedding photos is a different story.
How can an already beautiful and blessed couple like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt get any more lucky? We know you're wondering (wait, you're not?), and now we're telling you how.
In the wake of the split, Tom has been scrutinized for his supposedly controlling ways and intense belief in Scientology. But, he's not such a bad guy, people! So, as our birthday gift to him, we're taking a stroll down memory lane and recalling Tom's mushiest quotes about his wife.
Even after a year together, love is still in the air for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez ... literally. According to People, the two lovebirds enjoyed a relaxing and romantic helicopter ride this weekend from Toronto.
She might not be having a 100th baby like Angelina Jolie, but Jennifer Aniston is not weaping about it. In fact, she's living up her unwed life with her boyfriend of a year, Justin Theroux. On Sunday, the couple touched down at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris and headed to a hotel on Right Bank (or if you're a fancy lad, "Rive Droite"). Not wanting to waste anytime at the hotel, they headed out in their travel clothes and took the city by storm!
What a terrible problem Kelly Clarkson has – she's so head-over-heels in love with her boyfriend, talent manager Brandon Blackstock, that she can't seem to crank out her signature "angry girl" hit songs anymore!
Kristen Stewart has been on a world tour promoting her upcoming film Snow White and the Huntsman. While in London, the 22-year-old sat down with Celebuzz for a nice little chat, in which she revealed she's been too busy to read the latest book franchise phenomenon, "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Tom Cruise looks the same as he did when he slid across the entryway in Risky Business (yeah, you know the scene I'm talking about). Actually, he may even look better. The handsome, soon-to-be 50-year-old actor sat down for a candid interview with Playboy for their June issue and dispelled some common rumors and judgments made about himself and his family.
It's no surprise that having kids can make it harder for a couple to keep things hot. But Jessica Alba has a few proven tricks up her sleeve that she and husband Cash Warren use to ensure there's enough adult time in their house, even while juggling two little girls, two careers, and a very busy schedule!
Justin Bieber seems to be an all-star boyfriend who dazzles his 19-year-old girlfriend, Selena Gomez, with happiness. At the tender age of 18, Bieber already takes his sweetie on romantic dates and vacations! He recently dished to Seventeen (via UsWeekly), "I'm just trying to make her happy, that's all."
Brooklyn Decker isn't your usual model turned actress. Sure, she's got the eyes, the hair, the body and the husband, but beneath that is a self-described "ordinary girl from North Carolina" who wants a whole lot more out of life. Even being on the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue (her last modeling job) didn't do it for her.
Leave it to a raunchy comedy franchise to leave me feeling overwhelmingly nostalgic and existential. Does everyone grow up to be someone they never thought they would be? Is it ever possible to relive the glory days? And, most importantly, was high school REALLY the most fun I'm ever going to have? Man, I hope not.