Sweet, stoic, innocent Scott Eastwood is becoming more and more forthright about his LOOOOOVE life (and I LIKE IT).
The Longest Ride star is dishing about exes and doing delicious shirtless workouts, so no wonder People wanted to know the scoop about his love and sex life. Ladies: Eastwood, 29, is single and happily ready to mingle, if it means finding the right woman to settle down with “someday.” People reports:
“Love finds you. You always get smacked with love when you least expect it.”
The actor, who plays a professional bull rider romancing a college student in The Longest Ride (in theaters Friday), has dated actress Brittany Brousseau and country singer Jana Kramer.
But when it comes to what he’s looking for to make things work in the long term, it’s all about “trust, similar passions … and the sex has to be great,” he says candidly. “If any one of these things is off, it just might not work.”
So for Eastwood, who considers himself “pretty old-school” in the dating department, his perfect date goes something like this: “Camping under the stars on a beach in Hawaii and bringing a bottle of wine.”
I’ll listen to Eastwood’s cliche dating catch phrases all day if I can see him do another shirtless workout video, know what I’m sayin?
Posted Friday, April 10th, 2015 at 12:12pm
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Andy Cohen, you DO know how to stir up some gossip gold, dontcha?
On Thursday, nice, usually-shirtless Scott Eastwood joined Jon Cryer on Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live and shed light on 2011’s major celeb scandal: when Ashton Kutcher reportedly cheated on Demi Moore!
It started when a caller asked Cryer if working with co-star Kutcher was weird due that super awkward both-dating-Demi-Moore thing.
Eastwood then very unassumingly admitted Kutcher also hooked up with his ex-girlfriend WHILE they were dating! When Cohen probed him for more, Clint Eastwood‘s son explained he wasn’t bitter about the situation at all, but DID say THIS:
“I think it was the catalyst that broke him and Demi up.”
The WWHL host must’ve known how great this piece of dirt was, as Eastwood innocently explained that his ex was actually one of the two “hot tub” women Ashton cheated on with Demi. Lest you forget, the original report claimed then-married Kutcher spent his sixth wedding anniversary at a weird party in San Diego without his wife. The evening culminated in a sexual encounter with two women. Then, splitsville.
Check out the whole video HERE! But if you’re Mila Kunis, you might just wanna close your laptop…
Posted Friday, April 10th, 2015 at 8:08am
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Ugh, I hate when crazies come out of the woodwork.
A random guy named Mark Halper says Sam Smith stole his hit song “Stay with Me,” and in a new lawsuit claims he cut a demo in 1986 of a song called “Don’t Throw Our Love Away.” He says it begins with the “phraseology and significant phrase, ‘stay with me.'”
Halper believes Sam Smith, (who uses the phrase “stay with me” 8 times in his hit) has ripped him off, but by HIS logic, it’s actually The Supremes that are being ripped off. In 1964, The Supremes recorded their massive hit, “Baby Love.” In the song, Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard repeatedly sing, “don’t throw our love away.” Therefore, The Supremes kinda own Mark Halper. Right?
This won’t stop Halper from going after Smith, plus a couple record labels. So what does he want? A recommendation to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to acknowledge him with a Grammy.
This is what happens when you get super famous and successful, Sam- these type of people come after you!
Posted Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 at 9:09am
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John Travolta is standing his ground.
When asked in a telephone interview if he would see Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, he replied: “No, I haven’t, and I don’t really care to.”
Directed by Alex Gibney, the documentary is based on Lawrence Wright‘s book which discusses the inconsistencies, inaccuracies and injustices in Scientology, including physical abuse and blackmail. Since its debut March 29 on HBO, Going Clear has renewed scrutiny of the Church’s practices and has many segments which feature Travolta’s journey. The Tampa Bay Times Reports:
“I haven’t experienced anything that the hearsay has (claimed), so why would I communicate something that wasn’t true for me?” Travolta said. “It wouldn’t make sense, nor would it for Tom, I imagine.”
Travolta called Going Clear a product of “people who were disgruntled with their experiences” with Scientology, while the church “has been nothing but brilliant for me.”
“I’ve been so happy with my (Scientology) experience in the last 40 years,” he said, “that I really don’t have anything to say that would shed light on (a documentary) so decidedly negative.
“I’ve been brought through storms that were insurmountable, and (Scientology has) been so beautiful for me, that I can’t even imagine attacking it.”
Of course you can’t. Which is also outlined in the movie…
Have you guys seem Going Clear? Share your thoughts below!
Posted Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 at 8:08am
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