Jack Nicholson’s romantic history is the stuff of legend, Hollywood myth, and tell-all memoirs.
It’s been a long time since Kristen Stewart’s love life was under a harsh public spotlight, and since the end of her famous affair, she’s been using her time incredibly well: acting opposite bona fide legends, becoming the first American actress to win France’s César Award, and speaking her mind about the sexism rampant in the industry that made her famous. We all choose our friends so we should be free to choose our lovers.”Paparazzi photos of Kristen Stewart and Cargile together had sparked dating rumors as early as last September, but Jules Stewart’s comments are the first confirmation of the relationship.But now speculation about Stewart’s personal life has flared back up, to the point that her mom, Jules Stewart, has commented about it in . Now that it’s out in the open, maybe the paparazzi can feel free to give the pair some space?“‘You’re either gonna go out with him or you’re not.’ She goes, ‘No way. ’”The actor didn't think much of the interaction until he got a call from the alerting him that Boyle and Nicholson were involved in a car crash. The tabloid claimed that Boyle “crawled out of the sunroof and yelled, ‘I have a boyfriend! ’”“She and I didn’t talk too much after that,” Spade reveals. When Tesfaye exclaims, “Gotta dance ’til we die,” “Lust for Life” displays a brief flash his own brand of nightclub nihilism (he’s also credited as a co-writer).
But above all, it feels like a playground for Del Rey’s stylistic idiosyncrasies.As a Matchmaker and Date Coach, I am hired to help find single Bachelors and Bachelorettes love and figure out what has been keeping them from finding true love in the first place.Whether it is through Date Coaching a celeb-scorned Bachelorette or matching a celebrity himself, I've learned a thing or two along the way.Early word of Lana Del Rey’s new single “Lust for Life” made it sound like a future pop smash: a duet with chart darling the Weeknd (a.k.a.Abel Tesfaye), on a song conceived in consultation with hitmaker Max Martin.Would this, perhaps, be the song to push Del Rey out of the “indie” pop designation for good, toward a more Gaga-esque style of mainstream ubiquity?