And who could blame her. Drew had a very unconventional childhood – her parents divorced at an early age and in an interview with Britain’s OK Magazine Drew explains,
“My father was literally out of his mind and my mother was more like a friend.”
Drew has had a string of long-term relationships and has been married twice – for one-month in 1994 to a Welsh bar owner and a 15-month marriage to comedian Tom Green in 2001.
Her failed marriages have had a long term effect on Drew,
“It left me without any bearings when it came to how to live in general. That obviously affects you in terms of everything else you’re going to experience. So I haven’t had as much happiness or success in my past relationships as I would have liked. What’s helped me is having really good and close friends who I’ve always been able to rely on”
You have to feel for Drew – marriage is hard enough – Drew didn’t have any role models as a child as far as relationships go. The closest thing to a role model that Drew had was Steven Spielberg. When you thank someone at the Golden Globes for showing up when you said you would that speaks volumes.
I hope Drew figures it out and finds her one true love.
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Josh Duhamel and Fergie were married January 10th.
US Magazine had an exclusive interview with the bride -when asked about her wedding to her beau of 5 years, Fergie responded with:
What did the groom think when he saw his bride walk down the aisle?
“Keep it together, you big baby!”
The bride’s first words to her crowd? (Since this is a family friendly website – I **** out anything that might be offensive to a reader).
“She said, ‘I’m married, b*****s!'”
When I got married those weren’t my first words – but then again i’m not Fergie. I don’t know how the crowd would have reacted had I said that.
According to Wilhelmina president Sean Paterson
“People were cheering and screaming. It was like being at a rock concert.”
Something tells me my parents wouldn’t have reacted quite like that. Can anyone remember the first words you spoke as husband and wife??
E!News has reported that Jennifer Hudson will sing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl. This will be Jennifer’s 1st appearance since her family murder tragedy last October. Jennifer has remained in seclusion thus far.
Besides the Super Bowl, Jennifer is scheduled to sing the songs of Neil Diamond on Feb. 6 at MusiCares Person of the Year Gala in LA.
I can’t wait to see her sing. I am sure it is not going to be easy for her after everything she has been through.
Anyone who reads HaveUHeard.net or http://www.Famefashionandfun.wordpress.com knows that I am a HUGE HUGE HUGE (did I say HUGE) fan of DeAnna Pappas.
While searching the internet I found this great website, http://www.GetMarried.com, that also happens to be a television show, with who else but…….DeAnna. DeAnna is a co-host, along with Colin Cowie. Colin Cowie is widely known for designing and producing the most spectacular celebrations across the globe. He has designed and produced celebrations for Oprah Winfrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Murphy, Elton John, John Travolta, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Quincy Jones, and Jennifer Aniston – just to name a few.
DeAnna is positioned as the ultimate brides’ best friend, offering brides the opportunity to share ideas, stories and experiences throughout their wedding planning and beyond. She also publishes blogs on Get Married’s http://www.BloggerBrides.com and will host live-chats on http://www.GetMarried.com to communicate directly with its highly-engaged audience of brides and wedding professionals around the world. She also video blogs on Bloggerbride and provides personal answers to questions that have been submitted by readers/viewers.
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Rob Pattinson’s co-star Ashley Green spoke to E! and said,
“I heard he got in trouble for cutting his hair. But what can I say? I like guys with longer hair. I think he’s getting enough flack, I’m sure. I mean his every move is recorded and photographed and documented, so I’m not going to give him a hard time.”
The producers of TWILIGHT were not happy with Rob secretly cutting his famous long hair. Rob is known for his bouffant hairdo, but was pictured out last month sporting a much shorter, cropped style.
The change has left producers on the vampire movie’s sequel fuming, because Pattinson has signed on to reprise his cult character in New Moon, which begins shooting in March.
I wonder how they are going to fix this one – a wig?? Or are they going to just go with the shorter hair style??
Britney Spears is moving.
Her Blog stated:
“I just took my babies to our new home and they loved it! I can’t wait to move in.” ~Britney
According to US Magazine, Britney said she wanted to move to a:
” lower density, more quiet and less trafficked neighborhood,” She wanted a home “more accessible to parks and recreation areas” for her children.
Her new home is in The Oaks community in Calabasas.