Last Sunday night at the MTV video music awards, Kristen Stewart, 21, and Robert Pattinson, 25, accepted their third Best Kiss Award for their smooching in the third Twilight movie. And every time they win, they drive fans nuts during their acceptance speech by talking about kissing, pretending to kiss, or letting their lips get so completely close to each others' that from the cheap seats it may seem as though they are actually kissing. This past weekend, instead of pleasing fans and kissing Stewart, Pattinson ran off into the crowd and kissed Taylor Lautner (Jacob! OMG!), their Twilight co-star. Moments later, with the crowd still cheering, Pattinson appeared back on stage, wrapped his arm tightly around Stewart's waist and said, I'm taking you backstage.
ScarJo and Sean Penn's breakup has got us thinking about other unexpected Hollywood pairings.
Whenever a celeb looks a little bumpy in the stomach area, the tabloids are quick to cry "baby!" But, although Scarlett Johansson's rep has denied the reports that she's pregnant with Sean Penn's love child, rumors still persist that the 26-year-old actress is on the road to becoming a mother. The latest story about the May-December couple comes from InTouch Magazine via Celebitchy.com, which reports that Scarlett, who split from husband Ryan Reynolds last December, is determined to have her 50-year-old boyfriend's baby.
Arnold Schwarzenegger may be famous for saying, "I'll be back," in his hit film, The Terminator, but it looks the former action star wants something else back too: his wife Maria Shriver, whom he recently separated from after 25 years of marriage.
Rihanna hasn't really had a serious boyfriend since Chris Brown. And Reggie Bush hasn't dated anyone since he and Kim Kardashian broke up in early 2010. And according to MediaTakeOut, the two were fixed up by their respective PR teams. But we gotta ask: are either of these two really in need of some heightened public relations to boost their careers? /node/55953 Given her past, Rihanna, 23, certainly can't condone the use of her personal life to gain public attention. Rihanna once (elegantly and maturely) dealt with a very public breakup and domestic abuse case from her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown. So the chances that she'd willingly use her private life as a way to gain notoriety seems highly unlikely. And with her expansive amount of sheer talent, we're certain she doesn't need PR stunts for attention. With her amazing voice and history of releasing hit after hit, we think she's set for continued success, with or without a man. Even if she were dating Ryan Gosling, Adrian Grenier, or Ludacris, it's clear Rihanna doesn't need a high-profile boyfriend to keep her career sizzling.
Tracy Morgan is not one to show shame or remorse for his actions. Some may say he's unscrupulous, negligent, and lazy, but what he does to warrant these kinds of adjectives rarely hurt others. Unlike the mouth-running anti-Semite Mel Gibson, the misogynist Charlie Sheen, and the abusive and temperamental Chris Brown, Tracy is a harmless screwball who sometimes gets a little carried away: pulling his shirt up over his head and slapping his gut, or announcing that Sarah Palin is "great masturbation material"on live television. Just like any other comedian's crude or lewd jokes, we take it all with a grain of salt. And let's be honest, we've seen much, much worse. (Again, see above.)
Michael Douglas may be celebrating a clean bill of health after successfully conquering throat cancer, but his seemingly stable wife Catherine Zeta-Jones is having some serious health issues of her own. Just yesterday her rep confirmed that the stunningly beautiful Oscar winner had checked in to the Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut to treat her bipolar II disorder, but the National Inquirer is saying that she's really there for some substance detox. It's certainly a surprising move for the publicly classy actress, but after the hellish year she's had, who can blame her?
Last Saturday Reese Witherspoon married agent Jim Toth at the bride's 6-acre ranch in Ojai, California. Considering Reese's celeb status and notorious delightful charm, there were a flock of Hollywood elites in attendance: guests of the bride and groom included Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves, Robert Downey Jr., Renee Zellweger, Alyssa Milano, and Tobey Maguire. But no celebrity attracted more attention (perhaps with exception of the stunning bride herself) than Scarlett Johansson, who showed up with rumored boyfriend Sean Penn.
A debate broke out on YourTango earlier this week when Celeb Love reported that Jessica Simpson's fiance, Eric Johnson, is rumored to have issued an ultimatum: if she doesn't lose weight by their wedding, he's calling it off. Does the wife of a professional athlete need a fit, skinny wife? Should Jessica find love with someone who appreciates her as she is? Has Jessica "let herself go"?
It's officially the glitziest, glammiest, starriest time of the year—Awards Show Season. As A-listers make the rounds to accept Golden Globes and Oscars galore, we get to see them dressed to the nines in Versace, Alexander Wang, Valentino, etc. But that's just the beginning. Whether celebs walk the red carpet arm-in-arm with their rumored loves/co-stars, live-in partners or husband/wife, Hollywood's finest always offer up a different kind of eye candy for the keen observer: intriguing body language. Here, body language expert Dr.
By Tanni Deb for Cupid's Pulse Get ready to rumble! On Feb. 6, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers will face off in Arlington, Texas to battle it out for the Super Bowl XLV title. But don’t think sports junkies will be the only ones in the stands – the football extravaganza is an event many stars attend. Which celebrity couples will make it to Cowboys Stadium on Sunday?
First comes courting, then comes marriage…then comes, the transformation into the next Princess Diana? While Kate Middleton and Prince William should be enjoying the post-engagement bliss, with glowing faces and lazy wedding making plans, the Royal family seems to have a different idea
When you spend months and months working on a intense psychosexual thriller, it kind of makes sense that you'd bond with your cast and crew. Like, really bond—in the naked way. As it turns out, Natalie Portman's not only engaged to Black Swan choreographer Benjamin Millepied, but the two are expecting their first baby. Can their chemistry live past the drama and excitement of the movie set? Moonit's ready to find out.
By Jessica DeRubbo Well, the MTV Video Music Awards have come and gone yet again, and the celebs in attendance this year didn’t disappoint! Some of the more notable duos walking the white carpet this year were Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez, Usher & Justin Bieber, Jersey Shore‘s Ronnie & Vinnie and Stephanie Pratt & Lo Bosworth, according to Hollywood Life.
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.
Love Lessons From ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ Love Lessons From ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ By Erika Vujnovich While there’s no question that The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are must-watch television shows, statistics show that out of a 19 seasons, only two couples have stayed together, while waiting to see how the latest relationship between bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez ends up. These are programs designed to produce long-lasting marriages, yet we often wonder whether we can call them reality TV or merely fantasy, designed to whet the appetite of women and men everywhere.