Tila Tequila doesn't know if she'll forgive Shawne Merriman. Based on this pic, how about no. Visit YourTango's Celebrity Love for the story, and the photo.
Maybe Jessica Simpson's Barbie & Ken birthday party was the last straw for Tony Romo. Sources are saying that the couple split over her need to settle down with a husband and babies, while Tony was itching to get out and play the field again. YourTango.com has the details.
Don't tell us your face is more complicated than the entire female body combined. If a woman can run a plastic razor up her leg while balancing on one foot, don't you think she can handle a battery operated Norelco? The female hair removal system revolves around a single blade and a smoldering pot of wax. Where's our flex and pivot technology?
Millions of couples will snuggle up on the couch or set out to celebrate the Super Bowl this Sunday. The national event that conjures images of wings, beer and hearty brouhaha can be the biggest day of the year to some and just another Sunday to others. And sometimes those differing esteems exist within a couple. We know what you're thinking: the guy's the one glued to the TV, right? We love relationships that defy stereotypes, so we set out to find couples where she's the sports fan, and he's not. We found two relationships where the lady loves sports and her man couldn't care less. And, as each writer points out, they'd not want it any other way.
Like most women on the planet, I dreamed that I would one day find the perfect man. Someone who would not mind me occasionally bringing home a stray dog or cat. A man who could watch Monty Python's Holy Grail repeatedly and would still have a beverage shoot out his nose when the Frenchman says, "I fart in your general direction." And, most importantly, I longed for a man who could spend many a Sunday afternoon lying on the couch watching football with me. Honestly, I thought that the last requirement on my list would be the easiest to fulfill. Well, as luck would have it, I did find my dream guy. I found him in his indigenous environment: the art museum. He was displaying his original artwork, oil paintings of various people and things. I thought he was brilliant and talented. He swept me off my feet from the moment I met him. He was kind, funny, intelligent—almost everything I wanted in a man. But, sadly, he didn't care so much for watching large men in spandex beat the crap out of each other for possession of a ball. I was devastated. How could someone so perfect be so horribly flawed? He couldn't relate to such barbaric activity of testosterone and sweat.
I grew up in a family where sports was not a major part of life. We played an occasional game of badminton or croquet and maybe tossed a softball, but we never followed sports in the newspaper or on television. When it came to baseball cards, I chewed the gum and threw out the cards. When I read the newspaper, the sports section went untouched. All of that changed when I met my wife. As our relationship blossomed, so did my understanding of sports. Under her guidance, I learned about college basketball and March Madness along with terms like Sweet Sixteen and the Final Four. We and our kids now enjoy the annual tradition of filling out the brackets, even if it frustrates me that her bracket predictions are usually more accurate than mine.
Does the start of fall mark your transformation into a sports widow? Does spring fever mean the only home runs being scored are on the baseball diamond? And does March Madness leave you playing one-on-one, solo? If so, take a time out and watch Love U's "How To Enjoy Watching Sports With Your Man."
Whether you watched every minute of last night’s Superbowl or spent your evening tucked away in a bookstore, as one Tango staffer did, chances are you have strong opinions for or against football madness. But more importantly: how do you feel about the players? One of our favorite, tell-all bloggers, FunkyBrownChick, today tackles a question that’s been circulating at least since high school, when sports factored into one's social status: Who’s hotter – football players or soccer players?
From GossipGirls.com There’s an increasing number of actresses hooking up with professional athletes. First we saw Eva Longoria marry Tony Parker. And after more examples in between, now Tony Romo is getting up close and personal with Sophia Bush. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback was seen out with the One Tree Hill actress this past Monday night. And from all angles, there was love in the air. A source told press, “Tony and Sophia arrived at the restaurant together, just the two of them in the same car. They had drinks in the lounge and awaited the rest of their party to arrive.” Tango’s Take