After 10 years and one day of marriage, actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announced last week that they’ve decided to divorce. We knew this was coming, but still, we ask: why? What happened in between falling in love on the set of Daredevil (2004) and moving out of a shared bedroom in their Los Angeles home and into different, private areas of that same home?
Blake Lively recently bore a girl child with her husband Ryan Reynolds, and the two decided to call that gal James. It seems to me like that's punishment enough, but now Us Weekly is reporting that Lively has named all three of her co-stars from The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 godmothers to her baby.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, plastic sex dolls who fell in love against all odds, have been playing the long game with their new (but now kind of old) baby girl's name. The simultaneously press-shy and press-starving couple have kept America and the Baby Name Critic on the edge of their seats by refusing to reveal the name of their faceless young one.
This past fall, actress and lifestyle guru Blake Lively found herself inspired by the rich traditions of southern slaveowners. Inspiration has struck Blake's beautiful head again: for Valentine's Day treats, "blue is in," as in "the Blues," as in the historical expression of "injustice and hardship in the African American community" in the deep South. The result: "B's Blueberry Stud Muffins," perfect encapsulations of both Valentine's Day and the abundant contributions to American culture made by people of African descent.