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It’s really no surprise that celebs and athletes are so drawn to each other. They’re both larger than life, usually wealthy, have rabid fans, live public lives and, more often than not, are raging narcissists. Also, there’s the looks thing. Celebrity women are usually drop dead gorgeous (think Halle and Kim), while male sports stars are generally strapping, muscle bound hotties (i.e., Andre Agassi and Rick Fox). They look great together. Here’s the thing, though—it takes a lot more than being paparazzi-perfect to make a lasting marriage.
Thus, a large percentage of celeb/athlete unions end in disaster. Whether it’s a result of insane drug abuse, like wild child couple John McEnroe and Tatum O’Neal, or truly epic infidelity, like Tony Parker and Eva Longoria, most sports/starlet marriages never have a chance. Here, check out the most ten most salacious divorces, »
- Tia Williams
The 38-year-old actress added that having kids is not on the horizon right now, so it's not something she thinks about. (Ani) »
- Rahul Kapoor
London, Feb 9: Getting dumped can lead to weight loss, reveals a new research.
A new survey of 1,000 people by the diet firm Forza Supplements shows that women lose an average of 5 lb (2.26 kg) in the first month after being dumped by a lover, reports dailystar.co.uk.
And if they stay single for a year after the break-up of a long-term relationship they are likely to be at least a stone lighter.
"I was so skinny. I was not eating. I was depressed. I was sad. My diet was coffee. People kept saying, 'You look amazing, divorce agrees with you.' And I. »
- Smith Cox
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