10 Celebs Too Famous For Dating

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We all have our reasons and excuses for being single. (Hey! I’m a dating blogger!) Audrina Patridge claims she’s flying solo right now not because she recently split from Corey Bohan, but because she’s just too famous to date at the moment. “I’m actually single right now … It’s hard because being in the industry I’m in, if I talk to another guy or if I’m seen with someone, all of a sudden that’s my boyfriend. So I don’t really get a chance to date, because then it’ll be all over the tabloids,” she recently told People.. Quick show of hands. Do we care who Audrina dates? Didn’t think so. Anyhoo, Audrina is not the only celeb whose claimed that their dating life has been ruined by fame. Click through to see some more celebs who said they were too famous to date. [People]

Do Not Want: Emoticon Rings

Emoticons are terrible. They are an uber-annoying way of expressing fauxmotions. And pretty much any dude who sends me texts with emoted smiley faces or frowns is going to get the axe. And now, a company called Design You Trust has found a way to bring the emoticon to life in emoticon rings. Color us : (. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

Love It Or Leave It: Can A Person Really Change?


Can a person ever really change? Wendy Williams, host of GSN’s “Love Triangle,” is not so sure. I think for the most part, she’s right — that people change temporarily, but eventually return to their old ways. Changing or stopping that’s become a habit — whether it’s lying or cheating or smoking — requires an unwavering determination. How many of us have that kind of undeterred focus about the good things in our lives, let alone the bad things we’re trying to get rid of. That’s why you can’t love someone for who you think they can be, you have to love them for the way they are, because even though they may try and change, the chances of lasting success are slim. (Be sure to watch “Love Triangle” weeknights at 7:00 p.m. EST /6:00 p.m. CST on the Game Show Network.) Keep reading »

An Open Letter To The New Yorker

Dear New Yorker,

Obviously, you are an awesome magazine. However, I have one small, teensy weensy beef. Could you please—possibly—stop ruining the ending of movies for me? Last night, on a 10-hour flight from Buenos Aires to New York, I sat down determined to catch up on your last three issues. In one, I read a review of Jake Gyllenhaal‘s newish movie, “Source Code.” I had been planning to see it. Emphasis on the had. While you didn’t go into details, you told me how it unfolds in the end. Which sort of takes the wind out of a movie’s sail, doesn’t it? But even worse, in a fantastic article about Anna Faris and her specific brand of girl humor, you let me know the surprise twist ending of her upcoming click, “What’s Your Number?” Which. Doesn’t. Even. Come. Out. Until. SEPTEMBER. Reading this reminded me of the collective sigh of 100 students in my Intro to Film Studies class in college when our professor told us the secret to “Chinatown” before we watched. Keep reading »

Strange Couple Alert: Kim G And Michael Lohan?

Remember Kim Granatell of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey“? She was that friend who was by Danielle Staub‘s side for the great weave-pulling incident of 2010. Well apparently, she has a new beau and it’s none other than Michael Lohan, dad of Lindsay. According to Kim, they have been dating since January. “I just got back from making out with Michael in Florida,” she told the New York Post. “He’s got a very big heart. He’s a great guy.”

This is many shades of strange. Keep reading »

Heather Morris’ School Of Dance

Heather Morris, aka Brittany S. Pierce, has quickly become our favorite Gleek thanks to her awesome one-liners and killer dance moves. So when I saw that Esquire had posted a video called “How To Dance With Heather Morris,” I got kind of excited. I was picturing “Darrin’s Dance Groove” from back in the ’90s, thinking I’d get some of Heather’s patented “Single Ladies” dance steps broken down move-by-move. Instead, I got the above video of Heather shaking her groove thang in a skimpy leotard and teased-to-there hair. Hot, sure? But helpful, not so much. I think I’ll skip the humping the floor move for now. Keep reading »

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