Adam Brody succinctly confirmed his wedding to Leighton Meester while out and about this week.
The former "O.C." star was stopped by paparazzi in Hollywood on Wednesday when he confirmed his marriage, according to a video posted to TooFab.com.
"Hey man is it true you really got married," a photographer asked before Brody replied with a simple "yeah" and a smile as he got into his SUV. more >>
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said in a recent interview that he doesn't believe same-sex marriage is a political issue of winners or losers, but rather an issue of principles. In recent weeks, same-sex marriage bans have been struck down by federal judges in three states, although the Republican Party maintains a steadfast opposition to gay marriage legalization.
When asked by NBC's David Gregory on Sunday morning's "Meet the Press" if he thinks Republicans have lost their fight in the gay marriage debate, Romney responded that it's not an issue of winners or losers.
"I don't know if you have to worry about who wins and who loses a particular fight," Romney, former Massachusetts governor, told "Meet the Press." "I think you stand for various principles. You communicate those to the American people, and they either support those or not." more >>
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, stars of the TLC reality show "19 Kids and Counting," have revealed their best tips for keeping a marriage fresh and exciting, even after having over one dozen children. The two say some of their simple marriage rules help them feel like "a newlywed couple every day."
The reality show couple, who currently have 19 children, told "Today Moms" in a recent interview that they believe sex, communication, and realistic expectations are just a few of the things that keep their marriage enjoyable. The two are celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary in July.
Michelle told "Today Moms" in a candid interview that she always makes herself available for her husband, both emotionally and sexually, even when she is exhausted. "In your marriage there will be times you're going to be very exhausted. Your hubby comes home after a hard day's work, you get the baby to bed, and he is going to be looking forward to that time with you. Be available. Anyone can fix him lunch, but only one person can meet that physical need of love that he has, and you always need to be available when he calls.'" more >>
Carrie Underwood quelled all rumors of a divorce from Mike Fisher with photos taken from their tropical vacation this week.
The "Blown Away" singer has been married to Fisher for four years, but recent reports speculated that the couple's marriage had hit the rocks. Notwithstanding, Underwood posted photos with her husband during a tropical vacation together, abating rumors of a split.
Actress Mila Kunis orchestrated a special birthday surprise for boyfriend, Two and a Half Men star, Ashton Kutcher, this week.
The actor turned 36 on Feb. 7, and last Saturday, he had a party thrown in his honor by Kunis. The birthday bash took place at Hollywood's La Poubelle restaurant, according to Us Weekly.
"It was very small. Ashton has been going there for years and years," an insider said. "It's one of his favorite spots, like home, so it was comfortable and they were well taken care of." more >>
An assistant Texas solicitor general told a federal judge Wednesday that same-sex marriage is a "more recent innovation than Facebook." The comment was part of a legal argument defending the state's ban on same-sex marriage, which is currently being challenged by two same-sex couples in federal court.
"These questions are political questions, not constitutional rights," Assistant Texas Solicitor General Mike Murphy argued. "Same-sex marriage is not included in the fundamental right of marriage … it is a more recent innovation than Facebook."
Murphy told U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia that if he chooses to lift the state's gay marriage ban, he will be embroiling himself in the current political debate waging in several other U.S. states. Murphy also argued that the issue of same-sex marriage should ultimately be left to the voters, and that traditional marriage is the ideal situation for which to raise children. more >>