It was purely for light-hearted entertainment purposes.
You know you were fascinated with that list, don’t lie.
And while all seemed like it was going smoothly, things crashed and burned between the two when Beauvais reportedly found out that Nilon had been cheating on her for five years of their nine year relationship. Once a red carpet mainstay with her pops, she’s now a fashionista, perusing the streets of New York booed up.
In 2008, the singer, actress and model dated actor Ben Foster, but she’s currently locking lips with Irish-German actor Michael Fassbender, her co-star from X-Men: First Class. Fassbender by the way, is 34, Kravitz, 22…but hey, if Lenny’s all good with their relationship, then I guess it’s whatever…Venus Williams As much time as folks spend following Serena and that sickening body of hers around, we rarely hear about what’s going on with Miss Venus outside of her romps with the tennis court.
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