How Meryl Streep & Don Gummer Disprove The Oscar Curse

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Why Meryl Streep & Don Gummer Disprove The Oscar Curse [EXPERT]
The curse has more to do with sexual chemistry than winning Oscar gold.

Bottom line, there is NO curse for Oscar winners, but sexual incompatibility is far more likely for the demise of these stars' relationships. Actors and actresses should continue to give their best performances in front of the camera without fear of losing their loved one after they achieve Oscar gold. But, they should also be their best at home, especially in the bedroom.

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