Christina Aguilera’s boy-toy wants to marry her, but she has to pay for her own ring

Can you believe that Christina Aguilera and Matt Rutler have been together for more than a year and a half? They got together “officially” in late 2010, but they’ve probably been together for more like two years, right? Because they probably got together when she was still married. So, after supporting her production assistant-turned-boy-toy for almost two years, Christina’s boy is starting to get mouthy and demanding, like one of George Clooney’s pieces. Pretty soon Matt Rutler is going to be giving paid interviews to the likes of Hello! Magazine or Grazia and casually dropping the words “commitment” and “marriage” into the conversation. Rutler wants a ring!! Or so says Star Magazine:

Christina Aguilera is in no rush to become a bride again. Her boyfriend, Matthew Rutler, however is “eager to tie the knot,” a source explains. “He’s always saying, ‘Let’s make this official.’ They already live together and he wants some security. He’s basically become her full-time helper… but she’s still getting over her divorce.”

Another big concern? “Christina is bothered that Matthew has no money and no real job of his own,” says the source. “He admitted that if she did agree to marry him, he’d have to borrow money from her to buy an engagement ring.”

Meanwhile, insiders reveal that she’s still flirting up a storm with her fellow judge Adam Levine!

[From Star Magazine, print edition]

I totally think this guy is nothing but a K-Fed, but I also think this is probably the exact gender reversal of whatever George Clooney has. That being said, I do believe Rutler probably earns his keep in ways we can’t even imagine. There’s wrangling a drunken Christina every single night. Babysitting. Cleaning up all of the orange-makeup stains which are on EVERYTHING. “Performing” in bed every time drunk-as-hell Christina wants it. He’s part gigolo, part babysitter, part maid, and part assistant. Basically, she should probably be giving him more money. Or she could just put a ring on it. Maybe that will shut him up.

Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet and PCN.

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  1. brin says:

    ITA…give him a ring and a raise!

  2. Jackie says:

    too bad he doesn’t have the option of ‘forgetting’ to take his pill.

  3. Cherry says:

    Judging from these photos and the general mess she’s in right now, I’d say that having to buy her own engagement ring is the least of her problems. Frankly, I don’t see why it would be a problem at all. If she wants to marry this dude and he wants to marry her, well, yay for them.

  4. Jayna says:

    I call bullshit. Sure, he probably wants to marry her. But I highly doubt she is bothered by him not having a job. She doesn’t want him off on movie sets. She wants him focused on her. I am sure he’s on the payroll as her assistant, just how she wants it, by her side, narcissist that she is. He technically isn’t a boy toy as he is only a few years younger than her. He is just her toy.

  5. Tapioca says:

    Be nice – Stacy Keibler did at least have a semi-successful career of her own before she landed the plum role of George’s paid piece. I’d heard of her and I don’t even watch WWE.

    Then again, I’d rather put up with GC than deal with Xtina’s crap everyday, so maybe Matt should be on a salary. If Casper is smart enough – see what I did there? – to wrangle $10k per week out of J-Lo, Matt should be on equivalent for putting up with the drunken Oompa-Loompa!

  6. NeNe says:

    I am totally against a woman buying her own ring. I think it is okay if she picks it out, but she should NEVER buy it. I personally think that it is a bad sign.

    • Cherry says:

      Why are you against it? She has more money than he does and they both know it and are ok with it. So why would it bother her now?

    • RuddyZooKeeper says:

      Better to buy it yourself than be disappointed when he springs the half-karat heart-shaped disappointment on you. *smiles* Especially if your 3-month salary (traditionally the rule of thumb, right?) FAR exceeds his. Of course, I’m just speaking for us commoners. I’m sure these celeb types don’t limit themselves to their 3 month take-home pay.

      • Cherry says:

        Is that an actual rule of thumb, that you should buy an engagement ring worth your 3-month salary? I’m just curious. Are you an American? Cause I heard that engagement/wedding rings are a really big thing in the States. Like, girls refuse a guy’s wedding proposal if they don’t like the engagement ring. I’m European and I’ve never even heard of girls being offered a ring before the wedding. Engagement rings don’t really exist here. We just put on wedding bands at the ceremony.

      • CreamSoda says:

        Last I heard it was 2 months’ salary, but it’s all ridiculous anyway. The ring is not what makes the relationship, nor is the big fancy wedding. All that money could be used to establish a stable life together without going into debt (or putting the parents in debt if they’re footing the bill).

      • Shannon says:

        Yes the engagement ring is seen as super important by some, there are women who have been dreaming of their wedding day since they were little. It’s silly because they don’t think about marriage, just the wedding, hence our divorce rates. I’ve never known anyone who refused a proposal because of the ring, but I do know women who have switched the ring out for one they like better. And also some couples who get married really young when they’re poor will “upgrade” to a bigger diamond or something for a wedding anniversary.

    • HotPockets says:

      I absolutely agree. My hubby bought and picked out both my engagement and wedding rings. His coworkers encouraged him to let me pick out the thing and then he would purchase it, but he thought that would ruin the surprise of getting engaged. I would hate the idea of knowing he was going to propose when he did, so I loved that he went and picked one out.

      People always said, but what if you didn’t like the ring he picked and I would say, well that would be a RED FLAG that he didn’t know me well enough to get me something I liked, so we should wait to marry.

      But yes, I think the guy should always get the ring, no matter what the financial situation is.

  7. NerdMomma says:

    This makes me laugh because Christina Aguilera is the same person who made fun of Britney Spears a few years back for buying her own engagement ring when she married K-Fed. She also called K-Fed “low rent” and said other stuff about how Britney was his sugar momma. KARMA.

  8. Rory says:

    That first picture is gross; can you imagine THAT trying to kiss you? Ick.

  9. Tiffany says:

    I will say this, if she persues a marriage with this guy and it goes bust, he will not ride off into the sunset like her ex-husband. I have a feeling this one will talk and talk a lot.

  10. Mary says:

    He looks like a shorter, less geeky version of Jim Parsons from The Big Bang Theory.

  11. mar says:

    buying her own ring really is not the issue, because he cant help the fact that shes is loaded,so why would she want cheap ass ring? The problem is that he is a hanger on.

  12. TruthTella says:

    I don’t think she’ll marry him and I can’t imagine Christina letting anybody order her around but whether or not I think he’s right for her It’s pretty sad that anytime a famous woman dates a regular person he’s painted as some k-fed style gold digger who’s just out to swindle her out of money and the woman is painted as some desperate crazy weirdo but if a famous man dates a regular girl (minus slimeballs like cloony and di caprio) it’s all fairytail amazingness.

  13. Beatriz says:

    Kaiser, you forgot adding “holding her hair while she throws up” into Rutler’s responsibilities xD

  14. Jennifer12 says:

    Xtina just wants to be 21 forever, so marrying is probably not something she’s that into. I think she’s not overly interested in being a parent, either. She just wants to drink, smoke weed, have sex and hang out. The problem is that she IS a mother and she’s going to be 32.

  15. skuddles says:

    Actually my hubby paid for his own wedding ring… when we met I had been in a high stress job for years and was mentally and physically exhausted. He said I should quit job, take the summer off, move with him to the lake house he just bought and get married. I said yes to all four. I had some savings at the time but he insisted I not touch that and he paid for both our rings. Sweet guy – and best summer of my life!