Ah, to be young, hot and have no time for romance. Gosling's star is rising with hits like this summer's Crazy, Stupid, Love, and now, a hot political film directed by another hottie named George Clooney. He also plays a mystery man behind the wheel in the cool fall flick, Drive, in which he romances an engaged Carrey Mulligan.
Countless videos on YouTube can prove: when it comes to marriage proposals, these days, bigger is better. If, like me, you're a fan of watching spontaneous flash mobs break out into dance all in the name of love, then you're going to love Yahoo!'s new original show, Ultimate Proposal. The online reality series is helping ordinary men plan and execute the most extraordinary marriage proposals with the help of an expert team. Better still, it's hosted by hunky All My Children and Dancing With the Stars alum, Cameron Mathison.
The adorable Anna, 34, who you may recognize from 'The House Bunny' and 'Scary Movie,' invades theaters this Friday in her first rom-com, which goes by that very title: 'What's Your Number?' She plays a young woman named Ally Darling who figures her number of sexual partners (twenty) is way too high. In a vow to not hook up again until she finds true love, Ally sets out to re-visit her exes to see what went wrong, and if one of them is, in fact, "the one."
In her new series, 'New Girl,' premiering tonight on Fox, Zooey Deschanel plays a girl in an emotional whirl. Fresh from a breakup with her boyfriend, Deschanel's character, Jessica Day, makes a bold move... by shacking up with three guys she met Craigslist-style.
She's a top-selling novelist with 28 books to her name, 27 of which have made the New York Times Bestseller list. One might think she would lose steam over the years, but Jackie Collins proves with her latest novel, Goddess of Vengeance, that she's still the queen of the written sex scene.
Matt Damon is surrounded. There are lovely ladies all around him, but don't alert the tabloids – it has nothing to do with him being the star of 'Contagion,' which currently reigns supreme at the box office. The estrogen squad actually surrounds the actor at home. In this exclusive interview, the actor tells us why his wife is the most important part of his life, why he doesn't want to be a "helicopter parent," and how sharing Ben & Jerry's ice cream can be super romantic.
While watching a "Millionaire Matchmaker" marathon today, I was reminded of an important dating tidbit that I consider the foundation for finding true love, and that most people forget about or ignore: DEALBREAKERS. Everyone looking for a healthy relationship with a future should make a list of dealbreakers. A great example is, "Does he/she want kids someday?" If you want kids and your partner doesn't, run! Chances are your partner isn't going to change, and forcing him/her into a situation will only cause resentment.