As some say, it's better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all. But those people are wrong!
Did you know that there are more single people of all ages in the world today than ever before? In fact, 46 million people in the US are single right now. And there are so many different ways to meet your partner. There is online dating, speed dating, and Meetups and singles events. There are even highly skilled professional matchmakers you can pay to help you find love as opposed to something your meddling aunt did in her spare time! But no matter what method you use, there are three things you must have working for you to find love.
Susan Sarandon may have sworn off marriage a long time ago, but that doesn't mean she wasn't supportive of her daughter's decision to tie the knot this weekend. Eva Amurri, 26, married her former soccer player beau and ESPN correspondent, Kyle Martino, 30, in a ceremony that took place in the groom's hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.
Ever since Susan Sarandon's breakup from long-time partner Tim Robbins in 2009, rumors have been flying that the Hollywood acting queen had taken romantic and emotional solstice in her Ping-Pong nightclub business partner Jonathan Bricklin.
By Terry Hernon MacDonald of singlewomenrule.com happy marriage may be among life’s greatest pleasures, but there’s a lot to be said for living single. For too long, single men and women have been portrayed as unlovable, irresponsible, selfish, or childish.
By KB in NYC We all know that dating is a minefield, right? But here’s the thing; getting older doesn’t help. A lot of 40-year-old men only want to date 25-year-olds. And here’s why: a woman in her 30′s or 40′s knows what she wants. She’s been around the block a few times, and she’s less willing to compromise. She’s less easily impressed and she is, in a word, more discerning.
Shockwaves reverberated throughout Hollywood when word that Susan Sarandon and her boyfriend of forever, Tim Robbins broke up. Despite the fact that the couple never made it legal by getting married, after 23 frickin' years and two kids, they were always a pillar in the sea of rocky celebrity relationships. But apparently we weren't the only ones who were surprised by the split (which seemed to come out of nowhere), nor were we the only ones who shed a tear or two over the end of Tim and Sue.
Less than a year after her split from Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon is said to be planning another trip down the aisle, this time with boyfriend Jonathan Bricklin, who, at 32, is closer in age to Susan’s 25-year-old daughter Eva Amurri then he is to her. Although the two have kept their relationship on the down-low – the official word is that they are “good friends” and “business partners” - the 63-year-old actress and the 31-year-old hipster, who co-own several ping-pong nightclubs together, have reportedly gotten serious.
Susan Sarandon wants us to believe that she is on a "business trip" to Italy with her 31-year-old really good "friend" and business partner, Jonathan Bricklin, but we know better. No one goes to Italy together without being at least a little bit in love. According to PopEater.com, the pair, who met in 2007 and co-own the ping-pong club SPiN in New York, were spotted this week, shopping and strolling around the town of Ravello and looking very cozy in their sweater sets. (Is it really that cold there?)
Add Tim Robbins to the long list of actors who have tried to be musicians. He recently told Kirsty Young of BBC Radio's Desert Island Discs that he has been writing music since breaking up with longtime partner Susan Sarandon, and plans to release his first record later this year. Tim also explained how the breakup and his age made him start re-examining his life...
Society is constantly reinforcing the idea that men get better with age while women just get older and wrinklier, so it's no wonder that people have a hard time believing that there are young men who prefer older women. But here are 10 celebrity couples (each with at least a 10-year age gap) who prove that age ain't nothing but a number.
Since breaking up with Tim Robbinslast year, Susan Sarandon has been playing ping-pong with her much-younger business partner, shooting a role in Oliver Stone's Wall Street sequel, spanking pigs at rock shows, and popping up in the front row at Fashion Week.
As we get ready to ring in the new year, most of us are already worried about whether we'll be able to keep our new resolutions. While us regular folks are usually resolving to lose weight and get out of debt, the rich and famous don't have to worry about that stuff. So, as a way to keep procrastinating about our own resolutions, we've come up with some ideas to help a handful of celebs start off 2010 right! Advice for: Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins, Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, Jude Law and Sienna Miller, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Jon and Kate Gosselin, Jennifer Aniston, and Britney Spears.