Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are true love birds with the marriage thing and are all aces on the love and affection thing. They’ve had a fun pairing together and we saw their closeness and joy as coaches on “The Voice.”
Shelton showed how romantic he is at their wedding. “Gwen and I decided we were going to write our own vows for the wedding, but I decided to surprise her by writing a song instead.” It’s called, “We Can Reach the Stars.”
Susan and Jeff Bridges tied the knot in 1977 and have three daughters. They’ve been married a long time! But he still remembers it was “love at first sight.” He met her when she was a waitress in 1975.
He told “People” magazine, “I respect her wisdom, and I’m sure the girls do too. I’ve been really blessed.” He also shared a secret to their long marriage. He credits, “mutual respect.” Ready to be awed? He carries a photo from the very moment they met on the set of “Rancho Deluxe” in his wallet.
Freddie Prinze Jr.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. became friends on “I Know What You Did Last Summer.” The actors’ romance took off eventually and now they are one of Hollywood’s most stable marriages, with several decades together.
“We’re together because we like each other, we make each other laugh,” Prinze said. When he gets old, he wants to move to a deserted island with her to live out their days. So romantic, right?
This happy couple met filming “Place Beyond the Pines.” That was in 2011. Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling are not the types to share their private lives with everyone. They have daughters, but we’ve seen no pictures of them. Gosling doesn’t even use Instagram or any social media account.
When he does give an interview, though, he gushes over Eva. I know that I’m with the person I’m supposed to be with.” The only criteria he is searching for is that “she’s Eva Mendes. There’s nothing else I’m looking for.”
Kathleen Brennan is the muse behind Tom Waits’ music. She’s his songwriter, pianist, collaborator, and wife. He sheds light on how important she is in his music and life at the drop of a hat. He has said, “She’s an incandescent presence on all songs we work on together.” Even more, she is home for him.
“She has a remarkable imagination. And that’s the nation where I live,” he said. He fawns over her talents and describes her as a “shiksa goddess,” “a trapeze artist,” “she can fix the truck.” He says he is a lucky man.