Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Blind Item #1

Apparently getting cheated on 24/7 for months, if not years was ok for this former A+ list mostly movie actress who took back her singer ex-boyfriend.

10 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Renee Zelweger?

Tricia13 said...

And Doyle Bramhall

dianavonthirstybird said...

It may seem insane to women who live outside LA for an actress/singer/reality person to continue to cling to someone who isn't faithful, you have to understand the terrain. The celebrity incubator is very small. The percentage of men there who are 100% hetero is even smaller. Then you have the straight men who are on heavy drugs or booze. Then you have the ugly factor. Most of the super wealthy men out there are not ready for their close up. That's why, when a gal finds someone who is straight, sober and attractive, she can't let go. Sad but true.

AndrewBW said...

Aw, I hope not. But it sure sounds right.

Tricia13 said...

Like her a lot--sweet gal and very talented:)

sd auntie said...

He looks like a jerk. Smug, kind of know it all aura. Slim pickins in Hollywierd!

Tricia13 said...

That's true-and I think he comes from family money ?She has never had luck in the dude department:(
She was with BCoop a while as well,which was probably more of a bearding out of friendship thing I guess...?

D Brown said...

You're wrong for the simple reason that virtually none of these guys are "straight, sober and attractive". That is why no one outside of LA understands it.

Hortensia said...

I live in a very liberal area of the country. Same thing here. Get on Match and the men: divorced: Narcissists, Drunks, Married. One, both, or all three. It's rare to find someone who's hetero and got their head screwed on straight. Plenty of ugly ones, too. An ugly one who treats a woman like a queen has a chance.

Sarah said...

Are we certain all of these celeb couples are supposed to be monogamous? I know most people in open marriages or relationships don't like to speak on it publicly because there is a stigma attached to it, but I've always gotten the impression that the most successful Hollywood relationships almost have to be open. You're spending a ton of time apart, you're famous, and you're surrounded by attractive people constantly. Plus, with social media and paps, it's so easy for things to be misconstrued. If both parties in the relationship have an understanding, it just takes a lot of pressure off and isn't seen as a huge deal. I don't know-it takes a strong person for sure, but if I were in the industry I would definitely rather have an open situation just because everyone winds up cheating anyway.