Celebrities aren’t immune to doing things in relationships that might be a little bit questionable. Sometimes, their relationships are the product of cheating, or sometimes, they have hug age differences, which make said relationships seem rather inappropriate. Now, we’re not about to judge anyone else’s happiness, because when it comes to love, who’s to say what’s right and wrong between consenting adults? Although sometimes in some of these cases “adult” is a term loosely used.
From the infamous Woody Allen/Soon Yi Previn relationship to more palatable love beginning under not-so-palatable circumstances, like Brangelina, these celebrities have relationships that might be considered bothersome by some. From Lorde, a teenager with an adult boyfriend, to the 24 year age gap between heartthrob Aaron Jonnson and his girlfriend Sam Taylor Wood, many of these relationships seem to push the boundaries of propriety. But again — where love is concerned, a generational age gap or a current spouse can seem like the smallest of trivialities. Click through our gallery and let us know in the comments: which of these couples do you think is the most inappropriate?
Heidi Montag takes a step backwards in her plastic surgery process, J.K. Rowling has a Halloween treat for us, Khloé Kardashian is still talking to Lamar Odom amidst divorce drama and more in today’s Last Lap.
With Ouija the film hitting theaters this weekend, we’re reminded of the many things from our childhood that the movies have stolen from us and bastardized in the name of cheap profits. O.K., that was a bit dramatic but you get the idea. While some may not care for the Ouija board, it’s a childhood classic, just like Dr. Seuss books and the Scooby Doo cartoons. Unfortunately, all of those things have served as inspiration for a big screen adaptation with mixed results. The truly sad thing is knowing that some kids today will only know of The Cat In the Hat played by Mike Myers or a computer-animated version of Alvin, Simon, and Theodore. [Shudders]
Halloween is right around the corner, but you deserve to sneak a treat early this weekend. The Black Grouse smoky whiskey has a little kick of spice with dried fruit flavors for a long aromatic finish. Combined with sweet honey and other ingredients the Smoky Old Black Fashioned is just what you need to get in the holiday spirit and feeling spooky.
Jennifer Garner spoke out against sexism in the media this week, sharing her feelings at the Elle Women in Hollywood event. She pointed out how differently her and husband, Ben Affleck are treated by the media. While speaking at the event, Jennifer said she was a little upset that an event just to celebrate women had to exist. E! Reports: “The ‘men in Hollywood’ event is every day – it’s called Hollywood. Fifty-one per cent of the population should not have to schedule a special event to celebrate the fact that in an art that tells the story of what it means to be human and alive, we get to play a part.”
Big Morning Buzz Live was back today with Fashion Friday, telling us which celebs ran afoul of the fashion police on the red carpet. Nick Lachey and Michelle Buteau sat with style guru Jackie Miranne for this week’s rundown of fashion fails. Read more…
Kris Jenner always throws big family celebrations during the holidays. But is Bruce Jenner’s new girlfriend trying to steal Kris’ thunder? Watch the video above to find out whether the Jenners will be joining each other in yuletide cheer.
Earlier this week, Renee Zellweger showed up to a red carpet sporting a facial structure that was new to fans. Her look was already the talk of Hollywood, but did the actress stoke the rumor mill by responding to criticism?
Rob Cantor, a bearded singer-songwriter and sometimes celebrity impressionist, has created a viral sensation with his song, “Shia LaBeouf.” First released two years ago as an animated video, “Shia LaBeouf” told the story of a cannibalistic version of the star that has had more bizarre twists and turns in his career than a M. Night Shyamalan film. Two years later, Cantor recorded a live performance for fans’ viewing pleasure. And this stage performance has everything: the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, dancers in papier-mâché LaBeouf head masks, glitter falling from the ceiling, a Children’s Choir singing the words “Shia LaBeouf,” and the actor himself sitting alone in the audience watching it all go down.
It’s almost too good to be true… but it all happened on video.