Fans were treated to a surprise appearance by season two runner-up Ali Stroker in this week’s Glee (4×14 – I Do) in her brilliant portrayal of Emma’s niece Betty. As well as this, after the end of the show Ali entered into a (very, very cute) relationship with fellow contestant Dani Shay.
This story has been kicking around for awhile now…..
Us Weekly reports that they have “multiple insiders” confirming that Lea and Cory have taken their relationship public.
“They’ve been hooking up for awhile,” dishes one such source. But hooking up is one thing. RomanticValentine’s Day dinners and snowy weekend getaways are another! So have things started to get more serious between the two? (She is reportedly “head over heels”for him, after all.)
AND NOW THIS……
Cory Monteith has reportedly taken Lea Michele home to Canada.
The new couple – who also play on-screen lovers Finn Hudson and Rachel Berry in musical drama ‘Glee’ – have been spotted enjoying a cozy sushi dinner date in the 29-year-old actor’s home city of Vancouver.
An eyewitness said: “They came in Saturday (25.02.12) night for dinner. Cory is well known here because he comes in all the time. They sat at a table at the front of the restaurant in the corner. They wore hats and both ordered Ichi rolls.”
The pair – who were also seen having a romantic meal in Los Angeles on Valentine’s Day (14.02.12) – managed to keep a low profile before leaving a generous tip.
A ROUGHIE. COOL. IS OBVIOUS FROM HIS ANGRY REACTION, SAYING ‘NAUSEATED’ HE GETS TOPPED BY KRISTOFFER. FROM DETAILS……
Jeremy Renner is disgusted by unwanted attention to his personal life and his housemate and best friend Kristoffer Winters, whom he refers to as his “brother”, according to Details:
It’s not surprising that in Renner’s dating vacuum, the worst bottom-feeding websites have suggested there’s something more to his relationship with his pal and sometime housemate Winters. The unwanted attention nauseates him, even as he understands its causes.
“I don’t pay attention to that horseshit. Build ‘em up to bring ‘em down?” he says of celebrity culture. “I’m not going on that train, my son. I’m not going on that train. I’ll walk. I’ll take a bike.” He lets out a laugh that sounds like a lawn mower starting up. “I’d rather just not be popular.”
Renner doesn’t date because he doesn’t have time:
When Renner says he’s given up his life for his job, this is what he means:
“I never dated, because I couldn’t afford to date. I didn’t even have electricity. You try to put a positive spin on it, like, ‘Hey, this is so sexy—look at all these candles!’ But I loved what I was doing. The sacrifices I made in personal relationships had the biggest effect on my life. Even now, any woman would take a No. 2 seat to my job.”
GODS WHAT DO THEY HAVE TO DO? HAVE A FOUR WAY WITH EASTWOOD AND BAD ACTOR TO PROVE THEY WERE GAY????
Leonardo DiCaprio has teamed with director Clinton Eastwood for J. Edgar, the story of legendary FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover, opening in November.
One aspect of the film that has been questioned since the start is how Eastwood will handle the rumors that Hoover, played by DiCaprio, was gay.
GQ’s Mark Harris asks the two about it in an interview for the magazine’s October issue.
“I’d heard all the various controversies and gossip—that he wore dresses at parties,” says Eastwood. “Everybody was saying, maybe he’s gay because he’d never gotten married. But that’s the way they did it back in the ’40s. If a guy didn’t get married, they always thought, Oh, there’s something wrong with him.”
But didn’t he have something approaching a long-term marriage with Clyde Tolson, associate director of the FBI (played by Armie Hammer)?
“Well, they were inseparable pals,” says Eastwood. “Now, whether he was gay or not is gonna be for the audience to interpret. It could have been just a great love story between two guys. Or it could have been a great love story that was also a sexual story.”
DiCaprio explains, “What we’re saying is that he definitely had a relationship with Tolson that lasted for nearly fifty years. Neither of them married. They lived close to one another. They worked together every day. They vacationed together. And there was rumored to be more. There are definite insinuations of—well, I’m not going to get into where it goes, but…”
Interrupts Eastwood: “It’s not a movie about two gay guys. It’s a movie about how this guy manipulated everybody around him and managed to stay on through nine presidents. I mean, I don’t give a crap if he was gay or not.”
Adds Leo: “If I were a betting man, I actually don’t know what I would bet [regarding his sexuality].”
HAVE SOME PROOF YA MORONS…………