Everyone's had their eye on Katie Holmes's love life since her very-public divorce from Tom Cruise back in 2012. That's two years of scrutiny! So when Star Magazine (via Daily Mail) broke a rumor last month that Katie was dating Sex Tape star Jason Segel, the hearts of fans everywhere went pitter-pat. Could the big softy funnyman be the answer for her, after six years of marriage to the oh-so-serious Tom Cruise?
Unfortunately, Us Weekly confirmed via Katie's reps that this match was never a thing. It's probably for the best; after all, we don't want to make anything else to be weird between Katie and her Dawson's Creek co-star Michelle Williams, who broke up with Jason in February 2013. Apparently, Katie and Michelle have been at odds since their days on set together, but we need that Dawson reunion, stat!
Every pop star has a name for their fandom! Justin Bieber has his infamous Beliebers, Miley Cyrus has the Smilers, Selena Gomez has the Selenators… and Rihanna has the Rihanna Navy. But hey, that's not a snappy, blended word! Where did "Navy" come from?
The short answer: It's a reference to her 2009 song "G4L," when Rihanna sings "We're an army/Better yet, a navy." The couplet is itself a nod to her mentor Jay-Z's 2001 song "Takeover." Still, the phrase is often used as a rallying cry among Rihanna's fans.
There are a few things converging to make the term "Rihanna Navy" fandom name catch on. Since the base grew organically, it's hard to pinpoint exactly when it started, although RiRi first tweeted about it herself in 2010. Other contributing factors include Rihanna's role as an actual member of the U.S. Navy in the 2012 blockbuster Battleship, which you may have already forgotten about if you're not a member of the Rihanna Navy. Another contributor to the term's success? One of the old-schooliest fan legions, right up there with the Grateful Dead's Deadheads, are KISS's KISS Army — so "Rihanna Navy" fits well in the cultural lexicon.
Expecting parents Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have known each other for a long time, ever since 1998, when they played on-screen couple Jackie Burkhart and Michael Kelso on That '70s Show. The current couple got together in 2012, but, despite their obvious chemistry, did they really go 14 years without ever being romantically involved?
If they did have a relationship back in the day, they didn't say anything, and nobody caught them in the act! Plus, during That '70s Show's 8-year run, they had outside relationships to deal with. Mila dated Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin from 2002 through 2010; Ashton, meanwhile, dated January Jones, Ashley Scott, and Brittany Murphy before falling head-over-heels for Demi Moore in 2003. If they did have feelings during their time as co-stars, they would've been too coupled-up to act on them.
However, one cute thing did come out of this pair's long history together: Mila, who was just 15 when she started playing Jackie, got her first kiss from Ashton just after meeting him. At the time, it was just for the role, but Mila was still excited! In a 2001 interview with People, she said she was "so nervous and uncomfortable. She admitted, "I have the biggest crush on him."
That crush totally worked out! Now Ashton and Mila are engaged and expecting their first child together. Too cute.