The three dined out on Wednesday night and Lochte shared the special moment on Instagram with the caption, “Dinner with MY two gems: my mom and @kaylaraereid #BYOsalad #shirleytemple.” that her son “goes out on one-night stands.” She added, “He’s not able to give fully to a relationship because he’s always on the go.” Lochte quickly clarified his mother’s comments, telling Us Weekly at the time: Reid’s most endearing quality may be that she’s not all that interested in Lochte’s day job.He told Us Weekly that his girlfriend doesn’t know much about the sport that has earned him international recognition."If only you could actually bottle that and carry it around."[H/T E!
Since Scarlett and Ryan divorced in 2011 she has gone on to find love with French art curator and former journalist Romain Dauriac, who has different interests."We like to go out and go dancing.
Other times, we like to sit at home and eat Thai food and watch for four hours," the actress reveals. He's interested in my weird, alien entertainment world.
Responsible for 60 million record sales worldwide, including 1995’s Jagged Little Pill, still the world’s highest-selling debut album ever, Alanis is about to release Havoc and Bright Lights, her first studio album in four years.
She may sound like the old Alanis: the edgy, mezzo-soprano girl-rocker, fusing driving rhythms and forget-me-not melodies.
But last year's split with her fiancé, actor Ryan Reynolds, turned out to be the big one."I think it's the straw that breaks the camel's back," Morissette says. And I was a full-blown love addict, so it was like, 'I can't keep doing this, my body can't take it.' Breakups are a horrible thing for almost everybody I know. "I miss your warmth and the thought of us bringing up our kids / And the part of you that walks with your stick-tied handkerchief," she sings in "Torch," dealing out vivid details in her distinctively conversational style. It was just really moment by moment, step by step, snail's pace . ."She also gutted and remodeled her Los Angeles house (one of her favorite forms of expression, she says, equal to making two or three albums), rode motorcycles, worked on a book and designed jewelry. This seems more like the prankster who created a sensation with her impromptu version and video of the Black Eyed Peas' "My Humps," which originated in the studio where she and Sigsworth were writing music.
For someone who is a love addict, it's debilitating."I've been on a constant journey toward finally surrendering and hitting the rock bottom that I've been avoiding my whole life. But more of the songs -- "Not as We," "Moratorium," "Giggling Again for No Reason" -- are drawn from the prolonged aftermath of the breakup, a process leading to what she calls "the Phoenix rising.""I entered into my own version of rehab. And made music, this time with English producer Guy Sigsworth, who helped her return on some tracks to an electronic dance style reminiscent of her records as a teen star in her native Canada. "I remember turning to him at one point and I said, 'God, I wish that I could write a really simple song, a song like 'My Humps.' So we just turned to each other, did it on piano really quickly, reinterpreted the harmony, and then within a week of shooting the video in my garage with my comedian friends, we put it up on You Tube."I thought maybe a couple hundred people would get a kick out of it.He met her at a bar in Charlotte and she didn’t know he was an Olympic swimmer when they first met.Things are serious enough between Lochte and Reid that he took her out to dinner with his mother, Ileana Lochte.When I'm just hanging out with her and we're doing silly stuff and if I make her laugh, the feeling of joy I have is explosive.If I can make her laugh and she gets a big smile on her face, that's pretty much it," she gushes.But without unearthing the chequered romantic histories of Hollywood's finest every once in a while, you'll never hear the hilarious stories of Colin Farrell mailing Britney Spears offensive T-shirts, or the time Charlie Sheen allegedly shot Kelly Preston.