Kirstie Alley has opened up about two different men she fell in love with during her marriage.
Over the past two days, Dancing with the Stars contestant Kirstie Alley is coming clean about quite a bit of history. In her new book 'The Art of Men,' she goes into detail about the difficult times she went through in her love life. But you don't have to pick up the book, out today, to get all the dirt about how Alley fell in love twice while married.
What 'Footloose' and 'Dirty Dancing' still teach us about life and love.
So, the remake of Footloose is coming out today. Personally, we think Kevin Bacon is still good-looking enough to star in it (he'd just need a little fashion upgrade). But, in this installment, newcomer Ren MacCormack stars opposite sexy 23-year-old, Julianne Hough, who plays Ariel, the rebellious preacher's daughter. We'll be going just to see the dance moves... who wouldn't want to have a body like that with the ability to rock?
Dirty Dancing, Ghost, The Outsiders...Swayze made us fall in love with him over and over again.
Patrick Swayze once said that he wanted to achieve the heights of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, and Errol Flynn before he died. And in many people's opinions, the recently deceased actor/dancer did—fighting the bad guys as Flynn might in Red Dawn, dancing with the athleticism of Kelly in Dirty Dancing, and even serenading Jennifer Grey as Astaire might in the same movie.
But, contrary to what Swayze might have thought of himself or how the entertainment world chose to package him, it will not be his physical presence alone that we remember him for. As much a romantic lead as a dancer, Swayze made us fall in love with him over and over again throughout the years in roles that didn't include a single two-step. Below, we've listed some of our favorite romantic Swayze films. Let us know if there are any we left off that you wish were included.
Dirty Dancing made her crush on Patrick Swayze and believe too much in fairy-tale romance.
Dirty Dancing ruined my love life. I'm not sure how one movie could so deeply affect me. Maybe it was because I saw the movie when I was young and impressionable, or maybe it's just that I watched the film so often that my VHS copy actually broke in the VCR. All I know is that the lessons I learned about love in the summer of 1987 set me up for some massive disappointments later in life.
The Ghost Whisperer's real-life inspiration on how ghosts affect our love lives.
Mary Ann Winkowski communicates with "earthbound ghosts," those who have yet to cross into the white light (yes, Winkowski says, it exists). She's not to be confused with a medium—a person who can communicate with those who've already "crossed over." YourTango caught up with her recently via phone, to find out what relationship insight she could share, given her unique ability to talk to ghosts.