If I've been dating someone for, say, five months, and she cheats on me, I don't think it would be worth it. I'm not committed enough to the situation to give her a second chance.
I'm dating a very high-maintenance career.
I have a lot of boyfriends, I want you to write that. Every country I visit, I have a different boyfriend. And I kiss them all.
Back in high school, I went on dates, but I was too focused on my career. My parents were like, 'It's nice to have a boyfriend, but it's even nicer to own your house when you're 21.'
My boyfriend calls me 'princess', but I think of myself more along the lines of 'monkey' and 'retard'.
I give dating advice on a regular basis. It's not that I'm any expert, but it's always nice to share that with your friends.
I'm definitely old-school when it comes to dating. I'm not into the 'game' so much. If I like you, I'll confront you and be open about it. Then I expect you to come after me.
I don't really believe in rules, but I do like old-fashioned dating where you don't call the guy until he calls you. I don't think it's like he's got to do this and that's the rule.
Rumors about me? Calista Flockhart, Pam Anderson, and Matt Damon. That's who I'm dating.
Dating is really hard because everyone puts on a front. It's really difficult to see who is who, so it is important to be yourself.
Like many of you, I've always been slightly obsessed with vampires, dating back to the prime-time series 'Dark Shadows,' which I followed avidly as a kid.
I don't talk about who I'm dating because when you break up, you wind up reliving it in the media.
A kiss that is never tasted, is forever and ever wasted.
It's just me and my 6-month-old puppy. I am not dating anyone.
When you really don't like a guy, they're all over you, and as soon as you act like you like them, they're no longer interested.
I don't have dating tips.
When you start dating another country star, the first question is, 'When are y'all gonna do a duet?' And what sucks about that is people expect you to do it whether you want to or not.
Right now I'm pretty single... My career is my boyfriend.
I didn't have a financial need, and I wasn't very gifted at relationships. I probably was more like what we think of boys as being: hard to pin down and wary of commitment.
If you don't have a valentine, hang out with your girlfriends, don't go looking for someone. When it's right, they'll come to you.
People with film careers get a whole onslaught of people they spend 12 hours a day with every three months. It's like speed dating. You've got a fast-track to social intimacy with a whole bunch of people.