After our interview with Jonathan Scott of 'Property Brothers' fame went live, the floodgates opened and your j'adore tweets came gushing in.
Last Friday, we kicked off the weekend by hosting a Twitterview with HGTV's Property Hotties, Jonathan and Drew Scott. During our chat, Drew (drew us a picture!) opened up about his guilty pleasures, plans to propose to his girlfriend, and confesses whether or not he's read Fifty Shades Of Grey.
A former Disney star posted a celebratory tweet that may have subtly outed her as a lesbian. The actress tweeted, "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you." We're not sure if this means that she's (a) a Kinsey 6, (b) currently in a relationship with another woman who she wants to marry, or (c) she just didn't want to get married until the government extended those rights to all couples. Many fans are, of course, asking that 140 character question, with no response yet. But either way: congrats!
It's not as easy as it looks being a two-time Sports Illustrated cover girl. So claims Kate Upton, anyway. The 21-year-old model tweeted a bikini pic from the Bahamas on Tuesday with the caption, "Rough life." Upton is currently in Nassau filming scenes for the comedy The Other Woman with co-stars Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann. The movie, set to be released in April 2014, also stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Nicki Minaj and Taylor Kinney.
From openly gay singer Ricky Martin to President Barack Obama, celebs took to Twitter to show their love for gay couples everywhere.
These A-list celebs know how to turn their gut-wrenching breakups into headline news through the magic of Twitter.
It was 10 years ago in Italy when I first noticed the phenomenon. I was on vacation with my family, seated at one of the most charming restaurants in the romantic seaside town of Portofino. My table happened to be next to a young Italian couple. Silhouetted against a gorgeous sunset, sipping wine, and sharing a candlelit table for two, the pair should have been filmed for an ad released by the Italian Tourism Board.
You might think that ranting about your ex online is the best way to let go of your anger. But our expert says it just may be the one thing preventing you from finding love again.
Dating online can be the beginning of a long lasting relationship. According to Match.com, one out of every five new relationships starts online. However, even though technology can speed up the time it takes to find someone, it still takes time to plant the seed and let it blossom into lasting love. When you have met a special person on the Internet, it may not be as easy to begin dating in life. They may live in another city, schedules may not work or because of personal reasons, it may be more comfortable to develop love online before going offline.
Are you one of those people? You know the type. The one who roars every Sunday night, "This is the LAST weekend I am sitting home alone." And then, Friday rolls around again and there you are sitting on the sofa with your remote, surfing through your recorded DVR shows, wearing your fluffy slippers. Don't let another weekend pass you by. There's an entire singles community looking for love. Make plans now to join others in the search for love. Take the bull by the horns and RSVP to Find Love or at least someone to LIKE this weekend:
Get a head start on rebooting your love life so that you can survive the holiday season with your heart intact, and approach the new year with a well-stocked emotional toolkit!
Is it possible that two people can fall in love on Twitter? With social media networking taking up most people’s evenings, online dating may suddenly be on the way out. Who would have thought that people could meet their future partner’s on a dating site? Now, there is a new wave of flirting and romancing on Twitter. So, just how possible is a Twitter romance?
When was the last time you really stopped to show gratitude for all the wonderful love those around us have to offer? It doesn't take much — a simple "thank you" or a kind word in return go a long way to showing those we care about that they truly are appreciated.
Let's face it: no one wants to admit that he or she might have less-than-stellar communication techniques. And nagging is a type of behavior that's much easier for naggees to identify than for naggers. We've pulled together some great tips for cutting back on nagging, and also ideas for ways you can ask for what you want in a way that's more likely to get a positive response.