Most celebrity marriages are as high profile as they come. But a few fly under the fame radar, maintaining their privacy (a priceless commodity in the celeb world) and keeping their romantic partnerships in the background. Check out these nine couples you didn't know were married to each other.
Kerry Washington and Nnamdi Asomugha managed to sneak in a secret wedding, flying under the parparazzi radar in Idaho this past June. The Scandal actress and her footballer hubby are just the latest in a long line of celebrities who took the plunge in secret.
New photos of Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes kissing got us reminiscing about all of Ryan's past smooches, including that infamous MTV Movie Awards makeout with Rachel McAdams. But Ryan doesn't just lock lips with his hot costars and ex-girlfriends. From guys to dogs to sex dolls, Ryan's Canadian lips get around, and we like it!
Sure, he's just a "Baby" to a lot of us, but Justin Bieber is wise beyond his years when it comes to relationships. From the looks of things, his romance with 19-year-old Selena Gomez may not just be the stuff of teen puppy love. Every day, it seems they're proving they're so NOT the Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears of today!
Letting your guy tell you what to wear can toe a fine line between cute ("I want to look nice for him!") and creepy.
Libyan leader in hiding Moammar Gaddafi has a thing for former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Hollywood's favorite redhead, Lucille Ball, would have turned 100 on Saturday. The nation is celebrating, from a marathon of I Love Lucy episodes to a festival of hundreds of Lucy look-alikes. Did you know that Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball eloped together in 1940 and lied about their ages on the marriage certificate?
The only real relationship I've ever had ended badly after nine years. The hurt I felt after the divorce was the most painful experience I've ever had. My biggest mistake was telling myself I'd never fall in love again—and all the decisions I made when I finally did start a new relationship 10 years later.
When police announced that the multiplatinum-selling retro-soul superstar Amy Winehouse had been found dead in her London apartment Saturday, word rippled across the pop-music universe with the speed of an all-points bulletin. Fans mourned with their wallets, sending Winehouse's breakthrough 2006 album, Back to Black, to the top of the iTunes chart. And the person who will be most deeply affected by her death—Blake Fielder-Civil, Winehouse's ex-husband and the great love of her life—broke down in tears, collapsed, and was placed on suicide watch behind prison walls.
Don't throw the rice just yet! Looks like wedding bells won't be ringing after all for Kristin Cavallari and Jay Butler and Kat Von D and Jesse James. The two couples announced the end of their engagements within the past two days leaving celeb-watchers either scratching or nodding their heads in agreement or disappointment.
This weekend, Kim Kardashian and her fiancé Kris Humphries both celebrated their bachelorette/bachelor parties in Las Vegas. And in typical sister behavior, Khloe Kardashian made it her mission to embarrass the eldest sibling the entire night at Tao, whether that meant hiring a miniature male stripper or ordering straws and cakes shaped like penises.
Sunday saw hundreds of gay couples getting married in New York's city hall. It was the day the new law legalizing gay marriage went into effect and state officials had big plans to marry all 823 couples, both gay and straight, who applied for licenses that day. There were cheers all around the state, and among the elated couples were Cynthia Nixon, of Sex And The City fame, and her longtime girlfriend, Christine Marinon.
Dr. Drew's opinion on the "friends with benefits" relationship.