Tidbits of info about the upcoming Kardashian-Humpries nuptials are starting to fly fast and furious. Supposedly it was to be a shotgun wedding. (It's not.) The rumor mill has them walking down the aisle in late July or early August. (Could be true--the pair might want to get it in under the wire before NBA basketball season kicks off.) Here's the latest: Kim is supposedly taking Kris' last name of Humphries.
And as if being a bride- and princess-to-be isn't enough pressure, Kate Middleton has been thrust into the international spotlight and her appearance, style and wedding have become ripe fodder for gossip. She's gotten flack for quitting her job to prepare for her wedding and been the center of a media-invented kerfuffle over whether or not Camilla will have to curtsy in her presence.
On Kate and Will's wedding day, there is a massive pattern lining up almost all the planets into disharmonious aspect, which could mean a married life filled with a lot of challenges and misunderstandings. They would have been better off waiting a month or two to wed under more harmonious skies. In fact, if Princess Diana were around today, she probably never would have allowed William to choose April 29th for his wedding day. Diana used astrologers, and any good astrologer would have told Waity Katey that it may have been a good idea to wait just a wee bit longer.
Ever heard of the Best Actress Curse? It's the theory that a woman can't win the Academy Award for Best Actress without subsequently losing her man? It may sound crazy but, according to research, the pattern really exists. With three of the five 2011 Oscar Best Actress nominees in serious relationships, we set out to find out why it happens, how leading ladies can avoid this Hollywood hex and what we non-famous folks can learn from it.
There is nothing better than a slightly-sappy, hilarious, love-infused tale full of idealistic notions to make us feel a little lighter. Romantic comedies are simply the best, but in order for a rom-com flick to come together, casting is key. We want to fall head-over-heels for the screen couple's relationship, so it's nice when their chemistry is totally radiating from the screen. Well, actually, it's rather essential. But of course, some actor pairings have captured that romantic essence better than the rest, and we're counting down those duos right here.
2010 brought us plenty of odd celebrity pairings (Chelsea Handler and 50 Cent), the occasional true love fest (Nicole Richie and Joel Madden), and tons of on-again-off-again scandals (insert man here, The Kardashians). Thanks to the relationship astrologers at Moonit.com, who analyze the romantic potential of celebrity couples, we now have a preview of all the surprising star successes and potential celeb dramas awaiting us in 2011.
Over the last 12 months, we've cheered from the sidelines as our favorite stars fell in love, got engaged and go tmarried. Sure, 2010 had its share od celeb divorces, but it also had a whole lot of happy love stories as well. Here, then, are the top 10 celebrity love stories of the year!
It seems like every show with "wives" in the title is filled with drama, craziness and confrontation—often between the women and their men. Earlier this year, VH1 debuted the series Basketball Wives for which a more appropriate title would have been Exes of the Tall and Unfaithful. So when the network announced the show Football Wives, expectations were more drink throwing and unhappy couples. Not so fast. You won't see any reality TV antics from Deion Sanders' wife, Football Wives star Pilar Sanders.
In pondering the essential differences between the Jackie and the Marilyn Gal (with their attendant lifestyles, first husbands, lingerie and heel choices), it is first vital to ascertain whether you are a Jackie or a Marilyn.
From a twice-married woman who seems to have experienced it all (she's rumored to have had an affair with Marlon Brando), Jackie Collins shares her thoughts with YourTango on romance, her love for Paris Hilton and why one should never use the word "small" in bed.
It's THE love story of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games: married pair skaters Xue Shen and Hongbo Zhao of China have finally won gold in their fourth Olympics. The story seems made for TV, and their adoring glances flashed across the screen, almost too cute to be true. But they are very much for real. Here's how they and other figure skating couples make it work on and off the ice.
English actor Matthew Goode has skimmed the surface of that coveted Household Name status since he played Mandy Moore's strapping British love interest in 2004's "Chasing Liberty." He's since racked up some steady work—"Match Point," "Watchmen"—and most recently co-starred in Tom Ford's directorial debut, "A Single Man." Next up is the romantic comedy "Leap Year," which centers around an American woman, Anna (Amy Adams), set to propose to her boyfriend in Ireland. We chatted with Goode about how he prefers East Coast ladies and the one white lie he tells his wife.
How was your 2009? Did you get married? Fall in love? Or perhaps your relationship ended this year. No matter what happens in your love life, YourTango wants to be there with you. We've put together some lists that we hope will be useful, comforting, though-provoking and fun. Included in our 2009 round-ups are songs for the broken-hearted, songs for lovers, songs for the proud-and-single; books about chicks and books about d---s, er, men who cause us pain; sex scandals and sexy celebrities; and love on both the big and small screens.
Over the last ten years, we've watched our favorite celebs hook up, break up, break down, flip out, and start over. With all of its love triangles, legal battles, family dramas, and political scandals, the "Naughties" certainly earned its wicked name!
Hollywood worships at the altar of youth. But people, even really good-looking people, often don't hit their prime until their 30s. In your fourth decade you've grown past the self-consciousness of youth, you've learned from the mistakes in your 20s, and you know and appreciate yourself more than ever. To celebrate the sexiness that 30 brings, we've constructed a list of the hottest 30 celebrities in their 30s. Be forewarned: you will not see the Angelinas and and Leos of the world on this list (because, well, they're too obvious); you will see some of the hottest thirtysomethings from sports, TV, stage and the silver screen.