What's with Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes renewing their vows after just one year? Do they think their last marriages failed because the vows expired and not the reasons the tabloids say? At my second wedding, we both just agreed to love, honor and cherish each other until either of us got a better offer, and these two should have done the same. I thought I got one when the talented and hot William Fichtner asked me to meet him in Colombia a few years ago, but as it turned out he wasn't talking to me but to his fictional wife on Prison Break. Live and learn. Seriously, why the show?
Dear a Few Screws Loose:
Oh, Dianes, how I've missed your crafty little letters, my dear! Too sad about you and your beloved Willy Fichtner. As for Eddie and LeAnn, it's far less of a teary tale. It's no secret that the tabloid-friendly couple loves to show each other—and the world—just how in madly love they are. Heck, I wouldn't be surprised if the couple did the renewal thing every year.
Dear Ain't No Hollaback Girl:
Someone is always saying these rock stars are having troubles, but I credit most of the whispers to them being extra private—even by Hollywood standards. Yes, they've surely had their share of couple troubles in the past, but they find a way to make it through. Unfortunately though, it usually results in them being even more low-key. A vicious cycle, eh?
Rumor has it Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis started having problems right after The Tourist. I was wondering if it had anything to do with something that might have happened between Depp and Angelina Jolie?
Dear Stranger Danger:
Funny how the most exciting thing about The Tourist is what "allegedly" went down behind the scenes. Which, all in all, was a whole lot of nothing. Whatever rocky roads Johnny and Vanessa may have gone down, it had nothing to do with St. Angie.
So I was thinking about a good Richard Burton to play opposite our girl Lindsay Lohan and I came up with one: What about James Marsden? I think he's got the skills and the face to hold his own against Linds, plus he's not so big he would automatically refuse a TV movie. What do you think? Could it work?
Dear Road to Richard Burton:
Seeing as they haven't scored someone to play Dick yet (despite filming starting next month!), the field is open for anyone. And while James has dabbled in TV lately (romancing Tina Fey on 30 Rock, of course), I don't quite see this being his type of flick. I'm definitely leaning towards someone like Eddie Cibrian.
How about Jared Padalecki for Christian in Fifty Shades of Grey? I've always loved his bedroom eyes in his sex scenes on Supernatural. The man is sexy and has a killer body. I'd love to see him in a role like that!
—Hot and Bothered
Dear Nostalgia Knocks:
You think he'd be able to shed that sweetheart persona though? Jared might be too nice to take on Christina. But if he would like to prove me otherwise, I'd be more than happy to oblige.
OK, my love, you are one of my favorites, but I have to be honest: I'm not digging your Ana choice of Lily Collins. I just don't see it. Can you give me two other options of people you would also agree to seeing play her? Also I want to shout on the roof top Henry Cavill!
Dear Pretty Little Ana:
Hmmm, I'd love to hear you suggest some young ladies to get their S&M on, since you're hating on my pick. But for now I'm still totally Team Lily—wouldn't it be fab to see her go against type and do something so seriously naughty?! My jaw would drop.