On Sunday night, about four months after it was filmed, the much ballyhooed Kim and Kanye engagement episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” aired. While little teasers of the engagement were quick to leak onto the internet back in late-October, E! naturally had the full film rights to the big moment, which was just as over-the-top as has been described. And, dare I say it, it was actually kind of romantic too. I can’t imagine what Kanye and Kim talk about when they’re alone together, besides complimenting the other on their beauty/brilliance, but they seem as in love as two completely self-obsessed people could possibly be. Aww?
Ever since I came across this photo of Oscar nominees Lupita Nyong’o (“12 Years A Slave”) and Jared Leto (“Dallas Buyers Club”) eye fucking at the Gotham Awards, I’ve been ‘shipping this pair so hard. How beautiful would their babies be?! Well, it turns out that I wasn’t imagining the chemistry between them. Page Six is reporting that the two were spotted getting very cozy in New York this week, prompting many to wonder if the sparks will turn into real-life romance. PLEASE YES. Click through to see nine photos that prove LuLeto NEEDS to happen.
When Amy Poehler and Will Arnett called it quits, I was totally bummed. When Taye Diggs and Idina Menzel were dunzo, I despaired. Don’t even get me started on Britney and Justin, whose demise I am still not over. With the devastating demise of Hollywood relationships, it’s easy to throw in the towel and give up all hopes of lifelong love. If the beautiful, talented and rich can’t make it work, what hope do the rest of us have?
That said, lasting celebrity romance does exist. And this Valentine’s Day, let’s see what Oprah dug up on what keeps some of Hollywood’s favorite couples going. She sat down to talk about the marriages of Beyonce and Jay Z, Tina Turner and Erwin Bach, Stephen Colbert and Evelyn McGee-Colbert, Magic and Cookie Johnson, and Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness. As the celebs talked about their ups and downs and what keeps their love alive, I may have teared up a little. At the end of the day, they’re just like the rest of us! [Huffington Post]
Guys, we spoke too soon. I really don’t think Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes have broken up. For starters, he was finally spotted for the first time in months and where was he? Driving Eva’s car. And then yesterday, Eva appeared on “Ellen” and debunked those rumors that she’s pregnant. But she also made a joke about spending Valentine’s Day crying and watching “The Notebook,” which just seems like a really obvious way of reminding us that she’s actually going to spend V-Day with the real Ryan, in the flesh, probably reenacting that bathtub scene, HUMBLEBRAG HUMBLEBRAG. Whatever. I’m going to a cat’s birthday party on Valentine’s Day, how do you like them apples? [Buzzfeed]
“Not to say I didn’t have great parents, because I did, but they were always very liberal and follow-your-heart. That’s a wonderful way to live and I’m really glad I experienced it, but at the end of the day there has to be consciousness associated with those decisions and I don’t think there was, for a lot of my life.”
– Sienna Miller, in an upcoming interview with Esquire U.K., discusses the way her free-spirited upbringing might have affected some of the decisions she made at the height of her fame (including, as we all recently found out, a fling with Daniel Craig while she was dating Jude Law). “I sabotaged things,” she adds. ” I burnt a lot of bridges.” Miller insists that her morally questionable romantic decisions are behind her now that she’s settled down with partner Tom Sturridge and their daughter, Marlowe: “I have a wonderful life. I’m up every morning with a little baby. That gives you incredible perspective.” [Esquire]