Kaley Cuoco says Ryan Sweeting moved in with her the day after their first date


When Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting got together last summer, everyone knew it was a whirlwind romance. Kaley had just gotten out of a brief romance with Henry Cavill just a few minutes before she met Ryan Sweeting, and the whole thing with Ryan just seemed like it was a rebound thing that would fade away by the end of the summer. But Ryan managed to stick around. He proposed to Kaley and their whirlwind romance culminated in a glitzy New Year’s Eve wedding. Which means they went from “first date” to “married” in about five months. So how exactly did that happen? Well, Kaley was on The Late Show with David Letterman, and she said that Ryan basically moved in with her after the first date. Hm.

Kaley Cuoco isn’t crazy — just crazy in love with Ryan Sweeting. The Big Bang Theory actress is well aware that her quickie marriage to the tennis pro seems a little hasty, but she insists she knew what she was doing when she said “I do” on Dec. 31 just six months after they met. Speaking about their whirlwind romance in an interview with David Letterman on Monday, Feb. 24, the 28-year-old star said she just immediately hit it off with her now-husband when they were introduced by a mutual friend last July.

“We actually met on a blind date. I had never met him, and he had really never met me. He still tells me he had never seen the show, he didn’t know who I was,” Cuoco told Letterman of Sweeting, 26, who was coming off a national tennis tour when they first went out.

“He came to L.A. for a blind date — and he never left,” she revealed. “We had been texting, we texted a little bit. Dinner was great, and then he moved in the next day. I know, it sounds so slutty, but it wasn’t!”

“It all did move quite fast on paper,” she admitted, “but we really did know…And I know you’re all thinking, ‘She’s nuts!’ I swear I’m not nuts. We just fell in love.”

The couple got engaged just three months after their first date, and then married less than three months later, in a New Year’s Eve wedding that took at least some of its guests by surprise. “So we were throwing a New Year’s Eve party anyway, and I was like, ‘Let’s throw a ceremony in the party and not tell anybody,'” she told Letterman.

Easier said than done. “It was supposed to be a secret. The problem was, I could not keep my mouth shut. Like, I’d be getting my nails done, and I’d be like, ‘Listen, I’m totally getting married in a few months,'” the actress confessed. “And then I’d go get my gas pumped, and I’d be telling the attendant, like, ‘I’m getting married in a few months, but you’re the only one that knows, so don’t tell anyone!'”

“So there’d be all these articles, and my husband would be like, ‘How does everyone know we’re getting married?'” Cuoco shared. “And I’d be like, ‘I do not know. I do not know!'”

[From Us Weekly]

Okay, I laughed a little at “The problem was, I could not keep my mouth shut.” I’ve done that when I have a big secret too, I’ll blurt it out to strangers. As for the moving-in thing… sketchball. Or am I being too cynical? In an age when “true love” comes via The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, maybe Kaley and Ryan’s whirlwind romance is just a sign of the times. Maybe they just clicked and made sense after one date. Of maybe this whole situation is kind of sketchy.



Photos courtesy of WENN, Kaley’s Instagram.

You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

122 Responses to “Kaley Cuoco says Ryan Sweeting moved in with her the day after their first date”

Comments are Closed

We close comments on older posts to fight comment spam.

  1. JaDeRu says:

    Hmmm. I didn’t know “gas station attendant” was what celebrity magazine editors called themselves. Learn something new every day.

    • Liv says:

      She really thinks we’re that dumb.

    • MoxyLady007 says:

      Borderline personality disorder.

    • Nikkie says:

      LOL. This girl is such an famewhore. She either releases every piece of her personal life on social media or calls up the tabloids to update them weekly. Well she played it well starting from the Henry Cavill fauxmance because she made it to Letterman when most people had no idea who she was a year ago.

      • KB says:

        I’m not surprised Letterman had her on. CBS really wants her to happen. Why else would she be hosting the Peoples Choice Awards? She’s like the one young, cute “up-and-coming” (trying to be, at least) star they have. I’d much rather they push Anna Faris, who is actually likable and funny (and married to the one and only, Chris Pratt.)

  2. JenD says:

    Her telling random people because she was excited is funny and cute. I know a lot of people here think she’s too put on, but I love her. I guess part of it is because I love Big Bang Theory.

    • Jayna says:

      She is a sweet girl. I love her on the show.

    • Jill says:

      I love tbbt and her character. But come on this girl provided gossip/tabloids every detail of her engagement and wedding. That’s a little try hard.

    • Santolina says:

      Maybe after all these years on Big Bang Theory, she’s *become* ditsy Penny, who I love, too, BTW. LOL

    • Nerd Alert says:

      LOL I like her, too, but I give this marriage a year.

    • Liberty says:

      I like her too and think she’s great on the show and love the show. But I still find him sketchy? But –that said — I know a couple of couples who traveled that fast, boom, the lightning bolt, and they ‘re still doing great five and eight years later. You’d never believe they got together so swiftly and suddenly. So who knows; it might work. I just smell the ol’ Hilaria Baldwin “I didn’t know who he was because I don’t watch tv” thing. But then again. I work w guys who don’t know who she is, either. I am such a fence-sitter today! ha

  3. Sullivan says:

    Jennifer Aniston 2.0

    • V4Real says:

      Except 2.0 actually got married.

    • grabbyhands says:

      I was going to say Kate Bosworth 2.0 except more successful so far.

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      I do think that the ‘Big Bang Theory’ is Friends 2.0. Like I think it’s an okay show, it has its funny moments–but I don’t think the show is all that great. I like Jim Pearsons and that’s about it. Same w/Friends–I thought Phoebe was really funny, but other than that–the show was unmemorable for me. One of my aunts has all of the seasons of Friends on DVD, and she constantly watches the reruns–I don’t get it.

      • Lily says:

        I don’t think they are comparing the shows, they are comparing her with Jen and saying she is/was just as desperate to find someone and get married

      • dizzylucy says:

        I loved Friends, but hate TBBT. I don’t know why, but that show bugs the crap out of me.

        I think she seems more like Jennifer Love Hewitt. Aniston has only been married once, now engaged, and is in her 40s. Kaley is in her 20s and has had 3(?) engagements and a quick marriage. Reminds me of Hewitt much more.

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        Good comparison–I kinda forgot about JLove……I actually used to think she was really, really famous when I was a kid, mostly because she was in that Garfield movie and the Hunchback of Notre Dame 2…….

    • Nerd Alert says:

      I can get on board with that. She needs overrated hair now! So this means…Ryan Sweeting is Brad Pitt? He wishes! But…moving forth with the theory we should expect him to fall in love with Amber Heard in the next year or so, non? Or someone else who wants to be Angelina. And I’ll go from liking Kaley mildly to disliking her mildly over the course of about 20 years.

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        What about her eyeliner???

        And please—I’m hoping that Amber really, really lurves Johnny, because I get the feeling that we’re going to be dealing with a broken engagement in another year or so, because Amber’s pushing the ‘I don’t want to talk about my boyfriend, I’m an ARTISTE’ schtick way too often, for it not to be a schtick. I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt, especially since she wasn’t really famehoing it up like we’re used to seeing–but she’s getting on my nerves.

        But I’m also thinking that she knows she can’t get any higher on the totem pole without Johnny—unless she magically acquires some acting skills, doubt it.

      • Nerd Alert says:

        re: eyeliner…YES! She has an eyeliner problem. She looks SO much cuter without the awful eyeliner, and I notice they never do that to her face on BBT.

        re: Amber… Ohh I totally don’t believe she lurves Jonny as much as he lurves her! I think he’s a smitten kitten, but in ^^this^^ scenario he would be Billy Bob Thornton. I’m not a fan of Amber’s personality…I see all the ugly qualities in her I had to purge myself of as a young woman (mainly taking myself too seriously and alienating people). There’s no need to say I’m not a fan of her acting…nobody is. I think your assessment is spot-on, Virgilia.

        I can’t think of who else would be Angelina to Kaley’s JA, but I really do see a lot of JA in Kaley. Maybe she can do better than whatever’s happened to Aniston.

  4. Greyson says:

    These two both seem like famewh0res.. Funny how she could keep her years long relationship with her co-star secret but with this guy it’s all over social media and in tabloids. Yeah, comes off calculated…

    • Kt says:

      She can’t keep her stories straight before she said he was a family friend now it’s they were strangers and met on a blind date. She must think this “whirlwind romance” makes her interesting but she comes across as completely fake

      • Jayna says:

        I thought she said mutual friends wanted them to meet because they thought they would be good together. So he was a stranger to her when she met him on the blind date, just that they knew mutual people who vouched for him. I never read she was friends with him before.

      • Cystal says:

        Smh. I have seen interviews where she says it was a blind date by friends and one where it was he was a long time fam friend who she didn’t talk to much. To me blind date means you have no knowledge or prior experience of the person, so I dont know. Either she’s lying, trying to sensationalize, or has trouble articulating.

  5. Froggy says:

    My husband and I met and we’re inseparable from that day on. People told us we were moving too fast (we were younger than kaley). We’ve been married over 20 years. Sometimes you just know. What makes it sketch for them is she has a ton of money. My husband and I were just kids going to school w part time jobs.

    • lana86 says:

      do u think he’s into her money?

      • Froggy says:

        That’s the impression I got from the beginning.

      • livinglavidalola says:

        Every time I hear something about their relationship, all I keep saying to myself is ‘I hope she got an airtight prenup.’ These aren’t two regular people. She is rich, famous and on a hit tv show. You’d be surprised to find out how easy it is to get a guy to marry you when you have all that going on. I doubt he would have been so quick to marry her if she didn’t have money. Hate to sound cynical but it is just a feeling. Kaley comes off as one of those chicks who would end up in a psych ward if she wasn’t married by 30. Relationships never end well for these types because they are so desperate to get married that they settle for anything. I hope it ends well for her and she doesn’t get taken to the cleaners.

    • Gwenny says:

      I agree. My husband and I did the same thing. We have spent maybe a total of 5 nights apart since the day we met. Sometimes it is just right. I think she is just one of those people that others want to hate. No matter what she does the majority of people are going to be giving her side-eye.

    • FLORC says:

      That’s nice.
      Kaley’s history though shows her to be one of those women who just want to be married. She brought it up in her relationships very quickly and the guys either propsed or left. If you thought each guy you dated before meeting your now husband was “the one” your ories would be more relatable.

      With that said I met my husband in college. We were infatuated from the start and moved in within a few months. We’re happy. If she’s happy that’s fine. If she remains as whimsical and emotional she could find herself out of love as quickly as she fell in.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        How can you say she is “one of those women who just want to be married. She brought it up in her relationships very quickly and the guys either propsed or left. ”

        That is a big assumption! How can you say that based on nothing?!? She was never engaged to Galleki, she was only engaged once before to her previous boyfriend.

        She is a 27 year old woman. Having a couple multi-year relationships, one which had an unfulfilled engagement, is not a pattern of anything other than being pretty normal.

      • FLORC says:

        It’s not that big of an assumption. Gallecki did say here and there she was pushy and he ended it.
        To say it’s based on nothing is making some big assumptions. Don’t you think?!?
        It’s based on something to say the least. And i’m not saying she isn’t normal. Lots of girls date to find a husband. Lots push for a ring. Lots remain in long relationships pushing for that outcome.

        She fell fast. Time will tell.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        FLORC, I did some researching and I can’t find anywhere that Gallecki said anything like that. He just says similar things without going into detail, “‘Kaley’s not just an ex, she’s a part of my life.’, “‘I just don’t like to speak about it.”, ”
        ‘And not because I’m trying to be enigmatic; I just worry that it will conflict with people’s acceptance of Leonard and Penny. I get the curiosity, but I don’t want to distract from the story.’

        Without any kind of proof, what you wrote is just a complete guess about her romantic habits and her being pushy for engagement: “She brought it up in her relationships very quickly and the guys either propsed or left.”

    • Nikkie says:


      Difference is this woman has quickly fallen in love and got quickly engaged to two other guys before. She screams desperate. But congrats on her finding a guy who took advantage of her desperation. She is like the older version of immature Taylor Swift but more famewhory.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        She was only engaged once before and she was with that guy for 2 years. I think you are exaggerating trying to create a narrative that doesn’t apply.

    • Jenna says:

      Thank heavens this has happened to other people too! I always end up feeling kinda guilty when I have to confess that while my husband and I had known each other a bit as friends, we literally had one date (that instead of being a few hours ended up with us first closing the restaurant – where they thought we were SO ‘cute’ and must be celebrating an anniversary… when they heard it was a first date, on the way out, the manager grabbed my now husband’s arm and said “you’re gonna marry that girl. Don’t mess this up!”. From there we got a drink, and then spent the next 5 hours on a bolt of fabric we bought at walmart to lay on out on a chunk of my dad’s land out in the country, staring at the stars. Had an awkward moment when he suddenly announced, “I don’t think I can say this again for a while, it’s too soon and fast, but I have to say it once. I love you. It’s too quick and this is just weird, but I love you.”) and while I didn’t move IN with him, in two weeks I moved across the state to be with him and we kinda went from one date to old established couple with spent all our time together. We’ve been together 10 years last October and married 7 this January. Which always makes it awkward when a friend throws herself dramatically across our sofa, announcing the guy she met last night at the bar is SO the one, and he has asked to move in because his roommate is leaving town and it’s just perfect and meant to be, just like my husband and I, right?!? Frankly, usually, no way, no how, just massively bad idea…. but sometimes, when the stars align JUST right, it does work. Sometime you ARE meant to be. Hades, a ~YEAR~ after we first got together we found out my husband had written a 5 page report as a kid about my DAD. (Dad was in the FBI and had several massive cases that were news bites all over the country) If that doesn’t help prove that sometimes there really is such a thing as ‘Totally Meant To Be’, I don’t know what is! And I’m glad to see other folks have had that kind of miracle realization of “This is just right. Why fight it?”

      • Dame Snarkweek says:

        Beautiful story! Congrats to you and your hubby 🙂
        I met Mr. snarkweek on a Thursday. We had a lunch date on Saturday that ended five years later. We were absolutely, 1,000% made for one another and we somehow knew it from the start. It does happen.

      • jjva says:

        What sweet stories! I too went to my now-husband’s for a first date (he cooked me dinner) and basically never left. We moved in together formally three months later, got engaged three months after that, were married six months after that and have maybe spent 10 nights apart in 10 years. We’re due with our first in June, and it’s a girl — I keep wondering what I’m going to tell her about whirlwind romances. “Usually this is a massively bad idea” (to quote Jenna above) “but sometimes it really IS right,” I guess. 🙂

  6. Tiffany27 says:

    After one date?, GIRL……

    • RobN says:

      I moved in after the first date. Simply never went home. Married a few months later and we’re coming up on our 15th anniversary. It happens; it’s weird, and you know it’s weird at the time, but you do it anyway because you’re sure even if nobody else is.

      • Tiffany27 says:

        You weren’t terrified? Maybe I just watch too much Dateline Investigation, but that seems a little dangerous. I’m glad things worked out for you though.

    • PrettyTarheelFan says:

      Yep. It happens. Never really left MrBuckeye’s house after he threw a party there one night. Got engaged a couple of months later, then got married a few months after that. Our five year is in May. It’s not THAT long, but it’s longer than a few of my friends gave it. (TBH, every ex I had was a complete asshole, so their pessimism was sensible. They laugh about it now.)

  7. SamiHami says:

    Well, my parents dated for about 2 weeks before they decided to get married, so I guess it can happen and succeed. But I think they are definitely the exception; 54 years later I think even they are surprised that it all worked out so well.

    I wish these two the best, but wow that’s awfully fast.

    • Mouse says:

      Same my parents were married two months after having met. It’s been over 40 years for them now.

      • nofkksgiven says:

        my parents married five months from the day they met – still married 20 years plus and still going strong…

    • V4Real says:

      One of my closest friends met a guy one night, in two weeks they were discussing kids. In a couple of weeks to follow she was pregnant and they had moved in together. 12 years later they are still married with two kids. The oldest kid is my Godson. It does happen quickly for some people.

    • FLORC says:

      Sometimes it works out so well. I’m happily married (after years of knowing and dating) and know tons of couples also married. The quickie marriages that last stories all seem to come from an older set of people. Rarely do I hear of a quickie marriage that has lasted throughout the years.

      If it works.. Awesome, but relationships are work. It’s not all roses. Sometimes you have to live with them in the bad times to be sure they’ll stay with you through the good.

  8. Stef Leppard says:

    Different strokes for different folks. Everyone said my hubs and I were moving too fast. We got engaged after six months and married a year later. But I knew after a matter of weeks that I was going to marry him.

    • jjva says:

      Me too! My husband told me later on that on the way home from the show where we first met, he told his friend “That’s the kind of girl I want to marry.” And I remember being on the phone with my mom two days after I met him going “I’ve never been remotely tempted to marry anyone before, but this guy …”

  9. ZAK says:

    She seems like a sweet girl but man is she desperate for attention.

  10. GiGi says:

    My hubs and I were the same. I moved in after our 2nd date and we’ve been married 12 years now – and happily 😉

    These two both sketch me out, but I think when you know, you know. I can’t fault them for that.

    • Jayna says:

      Congratulations. Kate Hudson never left her first husband, Chris Robinson, after the first date and officially moved in on the fourth date. They were together for seven years before divorcing and remain very close. It might not have lasted forever, but, obviously, was a very serious love for her. She said he made her partly who she is and she still loves him deeply and especially because they have a son together. Looking at all the people who are divorced and treat each other horribly, I would say their connection was real.

      Sometimes people do know and it’s right for them, like you and your husband, and your 12 years together proves it.

    • V4Real says:

      That’s awesome Gigi. I said above my friend and her husband met one night and she didn’t just move in with him right away, they were discussing having kids. In a few weeks she was pregnant. That was 12 years ago and they are still going strong. He was also about 5 years younger than her.

  11. Erinn says:

    Good lord, she’s stupid.

    She literally allowed a complete stranger to move into her home that fast. It’s not that it’s slutty Kaley, it’s that it’s freaking dangerous. Good for her that it worked out, but jeebus, that skeeves me out.

    • Connie says:

      Yeah, slutty was not the word that came to mind when she said he moved in after the first date. More like crazy and dangerous is a good one too.

    • Nerd Alert says:

      THIS! That is NOT safe.

      Cue the people who moved quickly and are still happily married _XX_ years later to come and yell at us.

      • Erinn says:

        Lol, I don’t even care. I welcome it. Because they are the exception, not the rule. And I BET that most of those people actually knew their spouse at least a little bit before the moved in. And at the end of the day, despite things (seemingly) working out well for Kaley, that’s freaking scary shit.

      • FLORC says:

        Known my husband for 9 years.. Married for 6+. Happily for the most part:)

        And living together is HARD! It’s not easy and there are fights. Eventually you either work it out or give up. To rush in makes me think there was no time to wait and test the waters. And why not wait? You can still live together like you’re married. If only to show others that you can weather a storm. I think rushing is a bad move for anyone unless under threat of deportation.

  12. MrsBPitt says:

    She is a fool…moved him in after one date…maybe I watch waaaay too much Dateline, 48 hours, etc…but, he could have been a friggin serial killer!!!! I’v read the above posts of marriages that happened aftered only a few weeks or months, and have lasted years, but I really think they are the exception…I give this marriage less than a year…

    • Jayna says:

      He’s friends with mutual friends who had been trying to fix them up for a while. He wasn’t an unknown, so I think she was safe on the serial killer front. But, hey, women have been married to serial killers for 10, 20 years and she and his co-workers never knew and the serial killers were good fathers and presented themselves to society as normal. Scary.

      • Erinn says:

        Fair, but keep in mind serial killers tend to have friends who later say “But he was such a nice guy!” so I wouldn’t say that having mutual friends makes it much better. And I agree with the second half of your post 🙂

      • Helena says:

        Friend of a friend or not she even said they were strangers. Most ppl would not think its normal to visit a stranger or a “friend’s friend” home and not leave. After reading that story he comes across as one with motive and she comes across as stupid.

      • V4Real says:

        In response to @Jayna. I agree that women have been married to serial killers and no one knew. You should see the movie “The Ice Man” starring Chris Evans and Michael Shannon. He wasn’t a serial killer but more of a serial murder if that makes any sense. He was basically a hit man for the mob and after his arrest he confessed that he killed over a 100 men. His wife, family and friends had no idea that he had a secret life as a contract killer. This is based on a true story out of New Jersey. So yeah, people can be serial killers for years and their spouse might not know a thing about it.

    • Hautie says:

      “maybe I watch waaaay too much Dateline, 48 hours, etc…but, he could have been a friggin serial killer!!!!….”

      Okay, I love you for that!

      If there is one thing that Dateline/48 Hours has taught me, is that there are a lot of good looking men…. who like to kill their mates.

      Not that I am remotely implying that Miss Kaley found her self a killer. 🙂

      But I am stunned by a grown woman’s lack of common sense, when they are ready for marriage. They will over look and make excuses for a truly sketchy man… all day long.

      Then be in SHOCK! when sh*t goes wrong. In a spectacular manner.

  13. Marigold says:

    I think it’s cute that people want to give them the benefit of the doubt and all but this is Hollywood and I’m just waiting for the house of cards to fall on this one.

  14. Mia4S says:

    This girl is horribly thirsty for fame and attention, it’s uncomfortable. Even with already making a ton of money she just comes across as desperate. I shudder to imagine what she’ll be like when her show ends. Stay on TV! There was a pre-nup right? Right?! She couldn’t possibly be that stupid…right?

  15. Penny says:

    God, her eyeliner! If you don’t have good skin tone, you don’t use heavy dark colours on your lower lash line, it makes you look like your skin is getting saggier by the second. I really wonder why people like Kaley and Kate Middleton persist in doing it, I have the same issue as them and I can clearly see I look 1000 times worse when I try it.

    Anyway, as someone who follows tennis, Sweeting is a known douchebag. IMO Kaley just married the first guy who was willing to marry her. If Cavill hadn’t run a mile she’d be gushing about him right now.

    • lana86 says:

      in which way he’s a douchebag?

      • Penny says:

        He’s rude, ungrateful, demanding, behaves like a spoilt brat, has a massive ego despite being a very, very average player etc. Even American commentators could never bring themselves to get excited about him, and they usually fawn over any and every American male player.

      • Connie says:

        He also has a DUI, which he got back in 2006. I think he got a plea deal and the charges were lessened. He lucked out and luckily didn’t harm or kill anyone.

        Link for anyone interested:

    • foodlover says:

      hahahaha YES! I was just thinking she took eyeliner advise from Kristen Steward especially in that first pic. Only a few weeks ago KStew discribed her eyeliner routine something like “I take a black eyeliner, smear a fat line around my eyes and then smudge it with my fingers”. And that’s just what it looks like in that first pic.

  16. lady_luck says:

    Car crash.

  17. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    In the second to last photo she looks like Bob Geldoffs daughter.

  18. Hiddles forever says:

    Good gracious, he moved in one day after their first date?
    Crazy… and I thought I had moved in with my husband too early (after 5 months of dating…)

    Btw she doesn’t come across well out of BBT…. she seems a bit thick. Maybe it is just me….

  19. Tulip says:

    This sounds like one of the blind items on the Blind Gossip site. Hope I’m wrong and I hope her money is locked down.

    • Erinn says:

      Ya know, I really wouldn’t feel bad for her if it wasn’t. This is what, her third engagement? She’s not new to this whole game, and if she’s dumb enough to not protect her assets after having a guy she had never met move in after the first date, well, maybe she’ll learn for the next time.

  20. Eleonor says:

    Her marriage has lasted more than Kim K. last one. That’s a thing.

  21. MynameisPeaches! says:

    She may be madly in love with him but I think his motivation is money and the good life. If it was the other way round and he was the star we’ll be calling her a gold digger. I think he’s a fortune hunter who struck gold. Don’t see this lasting and there’s no pre nup too.

  22. Scarlet Vixen says:

    Maybe we’ve justs spent too much time singing music from the movie “Frozen”, but I think that going on and on about how you ‘just click’ on a first date is just silly and naive. Everyone is one their most bestest behavior on a first date. There are so many important factors that you often don’t learn about until further into getting to know someone. But then again, maybe they finish each other’s sandwiches. 😀

  23. m says:

    Well I dont know.. my parents got married after 3 months of dating and they will celebrate 39 years together… My husband and I did almost the same thing (was 5 months for us and we will have our 5 year anniversary next month)…

  24. The Original Mia says:

    So…she & Henry hooked up after 6 weeks of texting and she was also texting future hubby during the same period. Damn, my texting game must be way off.

  25. Maureen says:

    I just can’t with her arrogant lemon expressions. And her husband airing his bowel movement details on Twitter.

  26. girlnbayou says:

    I totally did this with my husband. I drove the hour and a half to his house for our second date. I stayed the night. Then the next day I needed to go home to take care of my dogs. He begged me to bring them back that evening (along with a few changes of clothes) so he could meet them. So I obliged. After that he basically held my dogs hostage for like a month until we both decided I should just make the visit permanent. He wasted no time in hiring a moving company to pack up my whole house. I never saw my house again except to meet with the real estate agent to sign a contract of sale. 3 months later he asked me to marry him and to quit my job and be a stay at home wife. Two kids and 6 years later I am grateful I threw caution to the wind and did something so totally crazy instead of following what my rational mind told me to do. Now I am able to pursue my dream (sucessful photography studio) and live a comfortable family oriented life all thanks to him and taking that huge risk.

    • Jayna says:

      When I was 21, I was in town from college and visited my closest girlfriend from high school. She was still miserable from her relationship breaking up and we hung out. Five days later she calls me and said she went on a date with a guy her sister knew who was in town and she’s over the moon about him and he wants her to come back with him, so she’s packing up and following him back to Texas. I was in absolute shock and tried to talk her out of it. Off she went. She is now in her late 30s and they have two kids and are very happily married. Go figure.

  27. dizzylucy says:

    Everybody’s relationship is different, but I just get the feeling from this one he’s after fame and fortune. Hope she got a prenup.

  28. Algernon says:

    I think she just wanted to be married and found a guy who’d go through with it.

  29. magpie says:

    I put my money on a quick baby or a quick divorce.

  30. emmie_a says:

    I don’t think she’s crazy, but I do think she’s crazy desperate for attention. And I don’t get a good vibe from her husband.
    OT but I think she sort of looks like a cabbage patch kid.

  31. JM says:

    I have to play Devil’s advocate ans stick up for Kaley on this. I met my husband on a blind date 21 years ago and he moved in with me a week later. It was that or go home to his parents. Everyone thought we were “nuts, crazy, stupid” you name it but here we are. The last couple standing out of everyone we knew back then. It is rare but it does happen.

  32. Paloma says:

    Is he still playing tennis? How does he make a living?

  33. LilyT says:

    Anyone else not buying the “oh he didn’t know who I was” routine?

    • lunchcoma says:

      I can buy that he didn’t know who she was until whoever set him up said, “the blonde chick from The Big Bang Theory.” I don’t watch the show and I didn’t know her by name until she pretended to be dating Henry Cavill.

      • Tiffany says:

        Also if he was playing tennis at the time he was on the road a lot. If a pro like Naval is on the road 50 weeks out if the year I can only imagine what someone who it trying to move in the rankings travel schedule will be like.

  34. lunchcoma says:

    So, this wasn’t just a blind date, it was a blind date with someone who lived in another city?

    I’m going to assume that this is basically an arranged marriage. Not that there’s anything wrong with that – some arranged marriages end up being pretty happy.

  35. Littles says:

    My husband and I moved in together after a week, and got engaged after a month – however we agreed to wait 1 year to get married, just to be sure. We celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary this year, still in love and no regrets. I wish them the best.

  36. Granger says:

    One of my best friends started dating her future husband at the age of 14. They moved in together at 22. They were married at 25. And they were divorced at 28.

    In other words, sometimes, you just DON’T know. 🙂

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      One of my second cousins had been with her future husband since she was 16, got pregnant by him at 19, married him around the same time, and they were divorced when she turned 30–he WAS abusive, but yeah.

  37. Penelope says:

    That’s an awful picture of her.

    She does appear needy at times and from all accounts he *is* a douchebag. That said, I wish them well.

  38. Fan says:

    She needs to get over superman. She found a great husband and good for her. That’s it. We don’t need anymore explanations. Her relationship just did not work out with Superman and that is understandable. It happens to many people. Nothing to be ashamed of.

  39. GIRLFACE says:

    That’s going to end well.

  40. ItSetsYou says:

    Gorgeous ombre on that picture at the Red Carpet event

  41. Hedda says:

    My parents got engaged on their first date- happily married for 21 years.

  42. Ginger says:

    I’ve never seen her show either and don’t care too despite everyone telling me how awesome it is. Not my cuppa tea. I had no idea who this girl was until I saw her on here.

  43. Samsuzzanne says:

    My husband and I went from first date to married in about 6 months. 7+ years later & things are good! 🙂 Although I do tell everyone else not to rush, if asked, because I know it has to be rare for it to work out so well!

    • jjva says:

      “Although I do tell everyone else not to rush, if asked, because I know it has to be rare for it to work out so well!”

      Yup, this — and it was work, no question. It wasn’t that we clicked effortlessly from Day One, it was more that we wanted to be together from Day One. I’ll never tell people it wasn’t work.

  44. Peeves says:

    Stage 5 clinger. Nothing more to say.

  45. JenniferJustice says:

    It’s bothesome when people (usually women) tried to front like their significant other is more into them than the woman is into the man. Why put it out there that he wanted to move in the moment he met you? Everybody knows when you try hard in that area it only makes you look immature and cuckolding your significant other in an effort to make yourself seem so desirable. Reminds me of that dating website commercial where the woman says, “he definitely said “I love you” first.” WTF? Is it a contest?

  46. Goddess says:

    Her face makes me uncomfortable. is she smiling or is she smirking? Is she sucking on an invisible lemon ala Renee? I think she’d be more beautiful if she gave a genuine smile.

  47. Lauraq says:

    The same thing happened with Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt, only Jennifer insists that she made him wait 9 months before she slept with him.