Before the phenomenon known as “50 Shades of Grey,” the names “E.L. James” (the author), “Christian Grey” (the protagonist) and “Jamie Doornan” (the actor playing the aforementioned character in the movie version of the book) didn’t mean all that much.
It’s been almost a year since the world was rocked by the untimely, tragic death of Glee star, Cory Monteith at age 31 from a reported drug overdose.
While hearts bled for the actor’s family and friends, all eyes were on his longtime on-again, off-again girlfriend and Glee co-star, Lea Michele, and how she handled the news – and they still are.
Just recently, photos surfaced of Lea hanging out with her new boyfriend, “If You Say So” singer Matthew Paetz – the first guy she has publicly dated since losing Monteith. The two met on the set of her music video back in April, which Matthew is featured in, and the photos show them laughing, relaxing in the park and going for a hike.
Losing a loved one is one of life’s most terrifying nightmares, but losing a significant other at such a young age and so unexpectedly really makes you wonder – how do you ever recover?
It has been exactly 34 days since Kim Kardashian and Kanye West tied the knot in a lavish ceremony at the Palace of Versailles in France, followed by a glamorous reception in Florence, Italy – and everyone is wondering (don’t pretend you’re not) … will this one last?
Or will it at the very least
last longer than her 72-day marriage to NBA star Kris Humphries – a complete embarrassment for all involved, including the 10.5 million people who watched the wedding special on VH1. If only I could get those four hours of my life back. Read more
Height, weight, eye color - things like this are easy to evaluate right off the bat because lets face it, character assessment takes much more time.
So if you are all skin and bones and the man you meet likes curvy women, you may not be a match.
If a woman can't stand being taller than the man she's dating, and you're one of the nicest guys in the world but only 5' 1" there's a chance date number 3 may not happen. Read more
We've all been there. That first time we bring our significant other home to meet the family can be a nerve-wracking experience. But getting past the initial intro isn't the hardest part - it's making sure your family stays in love (or in like...or simply tolerant) of the new addition.
One small thing - your crazy brother making an off-color joke, your mom letting something slip about your past relationship - can derail an otherwise on-track train. Read more