Even the strongest of Hollywood couples can struggle to go the distance. Between all the gossip and the harsh glare of the spotlight, mundane problems can be perceived as scandalous, which can easily take a toll on a relationship. That said, when a star-studded romance is about as genuine as a politician's promise, it's easy to call BS. Sometimes the red flags of fakery are easy to find, like Jennifer Lopez and Drake playing coy with loved-up social media snaps right before they released a track together.
29 Celebrities Who Some Believe Are Gay
Are Reese & Jake For Real?
Over the past couple years, more and more celebrities have come out of the closet as gay. But plenty of other celebrities have been accused of being gay. Some have denied the rumors; others have ignored them. We're not here to pass judgment on anyone, simply to rundown a list of stars whose sexuality has been questioned over recent years Times continue to change in Hollywood and around the country. During an interview with Andy Cohen, Vivica A. Fox implied that her ex-boyfriend was not "quite clear" on his sexuality, even implying he had something going on with Soulja Boy.
Jake Gyllenhaal announces he’s “getting married” to Spider-Man star Tom Holland
She described him as her "least talented" co-star earlier this week - but now Drew Barrymore wants the world to know she loves Jake Gyllenhaal. The actress was a guest on James Corden's Late Late Show when he made her choose between three actors. She ranked Gyllenhaal third in a segment that requires stars to answer a question - or eat something disgusting. Now, she has tried to make it up to him by carrying a placard on a red carpet saying: "I heart Jake Gyllenhaal.
Jake Gyllenhaal has said his Brokeback Mountain co-star Heath Ledger refused to present at the Oscars in after being asked to make fun of their characters' gay romance. The critically acclaimed film, which told the story of two cowboys who had a relationship in the American West from to , had won three Academy Awards the previous year, with Gyllenhaal and Ledger both also receiving nominations. In a new interview, Gyllenhaal has told how he and Ledger were invited back to the Oscars to present, and said they were asked if they would joke about the relationship. The star, also known for films including Donnie Darko, Southpaw and Nightcrawler, said Ledger refused. Speaking to Another Man magazine, Gyllenhaal said: "I mean, I remember they wanted to do an opening for the Academy Awards that year that was sort of joking about it.