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Several tabloids finally published what I have been telling you for months. Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes split. They claim it happened sometime around Christmas. It was happening long before that but it was one of those things where they had stuff at each other's places and would run into each other and make it work for a week or two so it appeared they were still a couple. To me this is such old news that the only reason I'm even discussing it is because it shows you that tabloids try and pull out their crystal balls and predict the future careers of the parties involved in the split. Apparently they have decided they need to be nicer to Ryan Gosling. All of the tabloids claim that Eva was the reason for the split and all she cares about is fame and attention and that Ryan wanted a family and to settle down and they bat their eyes and tell Ryan to come build them a house and they will gladly have a family with him and don't need any kind of fame. Since I don't care of either of them like me or want to give me an interview or invite me to a movie premiere let me tell you how it really was. Eva latched on to Ryan like there was no tomorrow and if he wanted kids she would have asked how many. If he wanted to get married Eva would have dragged some person to marry them to wherever Ryan happened to be. Does Eva want to be famous? Sure, but how much more famous does she want to be? Lots of people know her name and her face and she does pretty well for herself. I just don't see the argument they are trying to make, but then again they have access they need to maintain and they must like Ryan's more.
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