It seems like celebrity relationships change like the tide. The celebrity breakup is just as common as the celebrity hookup. YourTango has a Vegas odds maker and several of our relationships experts weigh in on which couples have what it takes to stay together. What do you think of the chances of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore? Beyoncé and Jay-Z? Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie? Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow? Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise? Guy Ritchie and Madonna? Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban? Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis? Check it out and weigh in.
Musician Melissa Auf Der Maur talks about jealousy, relationships, and the ultimate collaboration.
As the brooding detective on Law & Order: S.V.U., Christopher Meloni spends his days reacting to shocking scenarios of human depravity and violence. Even Sherman, his wife, has a hard time watching the show. No wonder they want "real life" to be drama-free. Jesse Kornbluth finds out how they have made their marriage a cornerstone of happiness; from the day Sherman rolled into Chris's life on a Harley to their ten-year itch for each other.
Tango talks with actress Kari Matchett about home, her career, her separation and why starting over made her adopt a new attitude about love.
"Bruce would not want us to wallow in our grief, and I always hear him … His voice is always there saying, 'Get on with it.' There was a saying that I loved, and that he loved, by Robert Frost: 'In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.'" Actress Blythe Danner publicly discusses the loss of her husband Bruce for the first time.
Musician Aimee Mann opens up about love and her new album, The Forgotten Arm.
On Desperate Housewives, Doug Savant's character, Tom Scavo, is married to Felicity Huffman’s Lynette. He met his real-life wife is, Laura Leighton, as co-cast members of Melrose Place. Despite the auspicious meeting, the two have a totally normal life, perhaps discounting job-hopping through prime time dramas. But let the men leering at their Hi-Defs be dazzled by Eva and Nicollette. Let the women at the water cooler gossip about the beefcake of the week. Doug Savant and Laura Leighton have something you can’t find on Wisteria Lane or at the pool in Melrose Place: four great kids, a romance that’s survived both financial and health crises, and a life that will seem more familiar to Savant’s viewers than to his fellow castmembers. Up at five. Kids to school. Work. Home. A family dinner, if possible. Homework. Kids to bed. Read on to find out more.
A Tango interview with musician Jenny Lewis.
He hails from Tennessee, she from Minnesota; together, their humble attitudes have created a red-hot marriage. Desperate Housewives actor James Denton and wife Erin O'Brien Denton share the secrets to their love.
As Detective Lilly Rush on CBS‚Äôs Sunday-night hit Cold Case; Kathryn Morris brings an undercurrent of sadness; compassion; and emotional vulnerability to her investigations. In real life; though; Morris has a handle on this love thing; and a fianc?© who shares her house in Los Angeles. Misty Ascroft gets her talking about chemical friendships; romantic timing; and the allure of the gluteus maximus.
Which romantic comedy does your life resemble? When Harry Met Sally or Pretty in Pink? The movies you watch may be sabotaging your love life. J. Courtney Sullivan warns against waiting for Lloyd Dobler and pulls the rug out from under seven movie-myth scenarios.
Malin+Goetz founders dish on their relationship and their successful skincare line.
The R&B songstress shares her theories on love, life, and the powerful affects of music.
Tango talks with singer Keren Ann, who splits her time between two cities she loves: New York and Paris. While love inspired her new album, Nolita, that doesn't mean it's full of love songs. "What do you think about when you write music? Usually, it's all about love. It comes from the person you love. But then it travels, and it goes to other stories. Old stories. It starts with love or longing, whether it's a place, or a person, or a detachment, or being overwhelmed. But then it can evolve into something else. Everything memory-related kills me. I'm obsessed. Like Lola in Barry Manilow's 'Copacabana.' Lola lost her love because she lost her youth. Ultimately, so many songs come back to love. So is Nolita an album of love songs? No. But even if they're not explicitly about love, they exist because of love. Too much love, not enough love, the overwhelming nature of love."