Us Weekly: Kate Hudson ‘doesn’t see’ age difference with ‘hookup’ Nick Jonas

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Us Weekly and People Magazine are in a weird tit-for-tat this week with competing stories about Blake Shelton and Nick Jonas. The Blake Shelton stuff is utterly boring –I can’t believe People Mag put Blake on their cover this week! – but the Nick Jonas stuff is sort of interesting. As we learned a few weeks ago, 36-year-old Kate Hudson is banging 23-year-old Nick Jonas. It’s light and it’s fun and people had strong opinions about it. Both People and Us Weekly are running basically the same kind of story about Nick’s fling with Kate. The only real difference is that Us Weekly put the fling on their cover and they make it seem like an on-going friends-with-benefits situation and People Mag makes it seem like it was just a few hookups and now it’s over.

No strings attached! Kate Hudson and Nick Jonas are this fall’s most surprising and sexiest couple. The new pair first sparked dating rumors in late September when they were photographed riding a roller coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Fla. But since then things have certainly started heating up between the casual pair, who are 13 years apart in age and were reintroduced through Jonas’ Scream Queens costar and Kate’s older brother, Oliver Hudson.

In fact, the mother-of-two seems to actually be enjoying the age difference as an insider for Us Weekly claims : ‘She loves that Nick is younger and that they can let loose.’

The publication’s source also asserts that the Almost Famous actress is enjoying being able to switch between her role as a mother and getting to enjoy the lighter side of life with the 23-year-old hunk. The insider adds that the age difference isn’t a concern for Kate as they claim: ‘She doesn’t see it. This is just a fun hookup for her. It’s not like she’s in love.’

A different source claims that Nick feels the same way as he is ‘having fun’.

According to the weekly, the first two met at a party in 2014 but were dating other people at the time. Nick was with former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo and Kate was romantically linked to Dancing With The Stars pro Derek Hough, as the Jonas Brothers singer was apparently ‘smitten’ with the actress. After a few years and now that they are both single, Us Weekly claims the two were ‘re-introduced’ by Kate’s older brother Oliver, aged 39, while on the New Orleans set of Scream Queens.

Things supposedly began pretty light for the two as there was an initial connection and they began sending ‘flirty texts’ to one another but were unable to make anything happen due to their busy schedules. It began to pick-up as both happened to be in New York City for Fashion Week and according to the weekly: ‘they started hooking up.’

[From Us Weekly & The Daily Mail]

She doesn’t “see” the age difference? But the age difference is the fun part! And I can say that because they’re not wrapping it up in some kind of “we’re so in love, he’s my soulmate” BS. No, they’re both adults, there’s an age difference, they both decided to get in there and have some fun and why not? This is the part of Kate Hudson that I enjoy: she doesn’t feel the need to do the marriage-and-babies thing with every dude she bangs.

Meanwhile, People’s source is totally using the past tense, saying: “It was just a fling. It’s definitely not anything serious. They are both single and seeing other people too. Kate’s mostly focusing on her boys and doesn’t want a serious relationship right now.”



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  1. Chelly says:

    Shes really gotten around…but, shes an adult so whatever

    • RhoSue says:

      Yes, she has banged most of California. Wonder what her sons will think of that when they grow up.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Hopefully they will think that adult women can choose to have sex with whomever they want, how ever often they want, without being indirectly called sluts for being sexual.

      • Jules says:

        What year do you live in? 1955?

      • Amanduh says:

        Perfect response, GoodNamesAllTaken!! Love it!

      • Shambles says:

        Tell it, GNAT. +1 pair of beige booty shorts.

      • Kitten says:

        Ha! Right on, Gnatty.

      • ell says:

        GNAT, thank you.

      • Mimz says:

        Thank you @GNAT 100% with you.

      • Luca76 says:

        GNAT you rock!!!

      • QQ says:

        hahahah RhoSue Pearls were firmly clutched ( I wonder how many Moms of America are learning what NSA relationships are from US mag LOLOL) and then GNAT reminded us all that grown women have agency of their vagines!!, Like Drake said #WhatATimeToBeAlive

        Also for the record AS MUCH AS I CANNOT stand her bland no lips no talent stringy haired middling ass I SURE HOPE she fucked Half of California, PROUDLY

      • Little Darling says:

        They might care, they might not, but the bottom line is that she is seemingly a FANTASTIC mother, and I have a feeling that’s the only take away they will have in regards to her. Period.

        Also: she’s always seemed like a total free spirit to me, so I wouldn’t be surprised if sex and sexual identity is an open aired topic around her house. I am sure her boys will grow up with NOTHING but a healthy sexual esteem because their mother has it and demonstrates it in a positive light.

      • Jh says:

        Yeah, I bet her boys won’t even give it a second thought. What a ridiculous comment :/

      • Shasta says:

        GNAT, right on.

      • Elisa the I. says:

        @GNAT: AMEN.
        I just rolled my eyes so hard I think they got stuck.

      • coolkidsneverhavethetime says:

        Get it, girl.

      • Shannondipity says:

        Really?! Exactly how much time have you spent wondering how many people your mother got/gets with? I can tell you for certain my 20-year-old son couldn’t care less, and I’ve never asked my mom “so what’s your number.” Girl please. Most likely, they love their mom and want her to be happy.

      • Greenieweenie says:

        It’s actually probably good for her boys because they’ll learn not to associate a woman’s worth with her sex drive. They’ll always see their mom as a good mom–something thats completely distinct from her sex life. They won’t blur the two.

        All I think when I see this story is she must have a strong sex drive. For me, I’m not really into casual sex because I don’t have the strongest drive and I like for some measure of emotions to be involved (just can’t see falling for a 23 year old). But bravo to women who can navigate that. You do you, on behalf of those of us whose “you” is a little more boring. We all benefit from women who refuse to accept judgment of their sex lives.

      • Ripley says:

        GNAT, word.

      • Otaku fairy says:

        Since her sons aren’t being raised in the same fundamentalist circles that you and Chelly are from, they probably won’t give their parents Maidenhead much thought. Now get some rest, because Michelle Duggar is waking you up extra early for your homeschooling session tomorrow.

    • Loulou says:

      Apart from her baby daddies, who else has she actually been linked to?

  2. Kate says:

    I still find it creepy. I have 15 year old cousins who look older than Jonas.

  3. MND says:

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. It’ll end in tears.

    • Ethelreda says:

      Why? It seems like a fling – I doubt either party thinks it’s a serious long-term relationship or anything. I suspect it’s all for PR anyway.

    • ell says:

      tbf kate’s relationships rarely end in tears. they just end and she never seem to give a crap.

    • Luca76 says:

      Not her tears that’s for sure she keeps it moving.

      • MrsBPitt says:

        Luca76….I agree with you! She seems to just walk away from relationships with a shrug, but I remember Owen Wilson trying to commit suicide when she dumped him! At least that is my vague memory…

    • Kitten says:

      Why, is Nick Jonas a crier? Is that a Boy Band thing or…?

  4. Mala Malum says:

    When I read this: “And I can say that because they’re not wrapping it up”, I almost lost it!

    Haha, phrasing Kaiser!

  5. captain says:

    Cameron Diaz was the same. They both really don’t feel the age difference, because emotionally they got stuck at 22. Not a fun scenario, she’s got only 3-4 years left, and then she will go downhill. The Botox has its limits, ask Nicole. There is a photo of totally out of it drunk Cameron Diaz this week in magazines.

    • MrsBPitt says:

      That’s not fair….Hollywood men, almost ALWAYS date and marry women 20 or 30 years their junior, and the world hardly takes notice!!! I don’t even like KH, but I say “good for her”!!! Have fun, you only live once!!! Isn’t Goldie a few years older than Kurt? And that’s worked out just fine!!!

      ps…I would kill for Kate’s body!!!!!

      • captain says:

        I know, you’re right: men in H’Wood always date much younger women. But fair or not fair, this is the reality: female body and male body hold not the same level of attraction to the opposite sex. Attractive woman for random sex is young, hot and willing by default, that’s her only attraction, whereas attractive man could be just funny, rich or well-endowed or whatever.

        It’s not that I mind Kate having fun, I mind her idea of fun at 36. Parties and random hookups as an ultimate fun are a bit “stuck in your college years” thing, in my opinion. It’s like these 40 year old men who tell each other on Mondays how wasted they got on Friday night, trying to one up each other.
        I don’t see anything good happening to the girls who have sex as fun in their fourties. They want to continue, but as they get less young and hot, younger guys who have a choice are less interested in them. Not fair, but the reality.

        I love Goldie, and hope she is happy. She was telling in an interview how she doesn’t mind Kurt going to massage parlours or having sex with escorts, because that’s what it takes to keep the relationship going. I felt it was so wrong that she has to accept this.

      • Ethelreda says:

        “Attractive woman for random sex is young, hot and willing by default, that’s her only attraction, whereas attractive man could be just funny, rich or well-endowed or whatever.”

        Sorry, but I find this deeply sexist. You’re basically saying that a woman has to be young and hot to be attractive, but men can be attractive for all sorts of difference reasons.

        In reality, both women AND men can be attractive in different ways. If we’re talking serious relationships, then of course it’s more about the person than the body. But sometimes, you’re just looking for a fling with a hot young thing. And women can do that just as men can – the fact that it’s less common doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with it. Maybe it’s not your thing, but many women do enjoy no-strings sex with hot men. I don’t find Nick Jonas attractive at all, but if I had Kate’s looks, fame and wealth, I’d be doing exactly the same thing as her, and enjoying uncomplicated ‘relationships’ with hotties!

        ” I felt it was so wrong that she has to accept this. ”

        She doesn’t. She could leave him. In any case, if the rumours are to be believed, it’s not all one-sided, and Goldie gets around a bit too. Didn’t her marriage to Kate’s father end when she cheated on him?

      • captain says:

        Please read what you wrote before getting offended. “Sometimes you are just looking for a fling with a hot young thing.” So I am saying that in casual sex, men are looking for a fling with a hot young thing, but for women it can be a fling with someone funny. In your opinion, both sexes are looking for hot and young, though Jonas kid is not hot at all, in your opinion. But rather than to see, how their random hookup illustrates my comment, i.e. short dorky kid has a fling with hot young Kate, you call it sexist.

      • Ethelreda says:

        I said I personally didn’t find this Jonas person hot. Though looking at the comments here and elsehwere, lots of women do. Assuming the story is true, I doubt Kate is with him for his brains.

      • captain says:

        Please. He is short and dorky. But women still find him hot, exactly because women are attracted to a miriad things apart from the body per se.

        Who is female Leo? Not young, def not hot, still getting laid with all these gorgeous models, who – please notice, it’s important – have a choice.
        Would Keanu, Pierce Brosnan, Eddie Murphy, even John Malkovich, who is 61 and bald, have any problem getting one night stand with gorgeous young girls if they wanted to? I doubt it.
        Is it the same for Demi Moore, Susan Sarandon or Kirstie Alley? If they went to a club and wanted to get it on with a gorgeous young guy, who is looking for a one night stand and has hot young girls willing to go with him? Is it really, truly the same dynamic and the same chances?
        If you are honest with youself, you will see, there IS a difference. Nothing sexist about it, men and women are experiencing sexual attraction to some stranger for a one-night hookup differently, that’s all.

  6. Maya says:

    Kate is Samantha from Sex & the City and Leo D is Joey from Friends – they have slept with so many people that I am surprised these two haven’t hooked up.

  7. Heidi says:

    When I was 37 I shagged an 18 year old. Who cares? Life is short, live it. If it’s not hurting anyone why does it even matter?

    • Astrid says:

      She has young children. Is this really what you what them to see on the internet?

      • Truthful says:

        @Astrid: so a woman has to “hold it together” in her personal life to be a role model or an asexual icon once she has children?…. mmmm sounds familiar,something like what my great grandmother could have say (not my grandma, too modern for that…)

        the lame excuse of “for the sake of her children” has been dragged for centuries now…

      • snarky mcsnark says:

        @Astrid – see what on the internet?? That their mom was out there enjoying her life and having fun? You speak like they released a sex tape for gosh sakes!

      • Shambles says:

        Maybe, Astrid, her boys will see that she’s a sexually liberated human being, and through that learn to treat women like people who have the right to their own bodily autonomy and are free to make their own choices.

      • Kitten says:

        LOL @ the pearl-clutching.

        These comments are amazing….like a trip back in time, but not in a cool Back To The Future kind of way, in a really depressing pre-women’s suffrage kind of way.

      • Little Darling says:

        Astrid, what would they see exactly? I’m sure they’ve met him at least once (maybe??) so they won’t be completely shocked that their mother dated men. Screwed men. Whatever. As mentioned above, they might care, they might not, but the bottom line is that she is seemingly a FANTASTIC mother, and I have a feeling that’s the only take away they will have in regards to her. Period.

        There is absolutely nothing wrong with kids growing up and seeing that their mother wasn’t broken by divorce, she wasn’t shunned into hiding her sexual expression. They will see that their mom was adored by many, treated people well, always had a smile on her face.

        What they will NOT see is her actually having sex with men online. BUT, they might see her breasts in a film.

        NONE of that is going to change that she is a good, loving, caring mom to her boys. And trust, that is the ONLY thing they will care about.

      • Shambles says:

        Find Doc! Flux capacitor! 88 miles per hour! 1.21 gigawatts!

        Must. Get. Back. To. time. When. Can. Wear. Pants.

      • Luca76 says:

        Are you jealous??? She seems very happy and secure with herself. There have never been pictures or rumors of her excessively intoxicated or on drugs. I get the feeling she really enjoys her life stays healthy and is confident in her sexuality and doesn’t GAF what anyone else has to say. The kids seem fine too though she doesn’t put them on blast. I’d reserve the concern for someone else.

      • MrsBPitt says:

        Pamela Anderson hasn’t exactly been, um, how do I put this, a traditional Mom. And yet, you never hear anything about her kids being in trouble or doing crazy things. Look at Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s son…He thinks he is a rapper (he’s awful), he is into drugs and has been in rehab many times. I’m not saying that TH and RW, have been bad parents, but I’m saying, parents can live their own lives and still be good parents and have mentally and emotionally healthy children…

      • Otaku fairy says:

        You honestly beleive children will suffer damage if they learn that their parent was not single and celibate during their lifetime?

  8. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    He is not appealing to me, but in general, I think it’s harmless for a recently single woman to have some no strings attached relationships for a time. It’s better than marrying the next person who comes along. After my divorce, I needed some time. I didn’t date for a year, then I had a couple of friends with benefits situations. I couldn’t put my heart back out there completely until I started dating my husband, and it was still hard to trust. But I knew if I lost him I would always regret it, so step by step, I worked on it.

    • Little Darling says:

      Aww GNAT, I can only hope that I get to the place where you are. I am so many (SO MANY!) years out and just can’t seem to get there with a man, the heart thing.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        So many men aren’t worth going there for, but I hope you will meet one that makes you take the risk because deep inside you know you can trust him. That’s what happened for me, but still, every step we took closer, I would freak out and sabotage things a little until I felt safe. Luckily, he stuck in there. It’s rough. I wish you every happiness, with or without a man, because we both know there’s nothing worse that getting stuck with a bad one. But don’t give up if that’s what you want. Good vibes coming your way!

  9. Truthful says:

    How cruel! If the genders were reversed nobody would be batting and eyelid!

    Where were those comments in the Zoe Kravitz / Fassbender threads(same age at the time) … everybody were founding this coupling so hot…

    So so much internal misogyny on this thread

    • captain says:

      Okay, I have counted. Exactly 4 negative comments. Do you call it “so so much misogyny on this thread”?

      • Truthful says:

        4 out of 9 + the comments of her getting around too much and you… and you have most the thread.

      • Kitten says:

        I don’t get why there would even be one negative comment, honestly. WGAF? They are two grown-ups–they’re allowed to mess around if they want.

        And yeah, if not misogynistic, it is at the very least sexist in that the negative commenters seem to be saying that Kate isn’t allowed to date a younger man because, think of the children.

      • anna says:

        Couldnt agree more. There are so many couples we are not even aware of when we see them. Megan fox,Brian austin green, jude law, ryan phillipe, etc etc. most of whom are older than kate hudson and had babies with these women!

    • ell says:

      and so much slut shaming. it’s really nagl.

    • Mark says:

      There is no backlash at all, any guy dating a younger gets backlash. The only comments you hear about these two are ‘congratulation you have a young guy’.

      Compare it to leo or bradley cooper

      • Kitten says:

        ORLY, Mark?
        And when was the last time you heard people screaming “think about the children!” when it was an older man/younger woman combo? When has any man EVER been held to some sort of paternal standard in relation to dating a woman half his age? Yet as a woman, Kate is expected to give up her personal/dating life simply because she has kids.

        Women are consistently held to an impossibly high standard when it comes to every thing that we do, whereas men are forever granted the “boys will be boys” excuse.

      • MND says:

        The pearl clutching around here over Leo’s sex life is pretty amusing.

      • LCW says:

        @Mark lol so true… I was scrolling through the comments like *oh ok… * because they aren’t wrapping it up as some love affair it’s fine? When was the last time Leo or any of the other guys that get regularly ripped on here push their latest fling with a younger woman as some love affair? Double standards.

    • Nayru says:

      I found the Zoe Kravitz/ Fassbender thing off and have since lost my attraction to Fassbender because he seems too loose to me. I might be too judgy and shaming, but I do judge both men and women. This Kate/Nick hookup doesn’t bother me as much as long as she keeps her dating life somewhat separate from her family life with her kids in a way that they aren’t left wondering why potential father figures keep leaving or if they are to blame.

  10. Ethelreda says:

    This whole thing reeks of ”PR relationship” to me.

  11. Bishg says:

    I have no problem with the age difference, although I raise my eyebrow at Jonas looking like the less developed cousin of The Bieber (and that is saying something)..
    They could easily pass for a mother-son duo.

  12. Susan says:

    I’m not being sarcastic I’m being dead serious…would we be responding like this if she were not famous? And while there are rumors they are hooking up…so far all we’ve seen are two people at Disneyland and on a date. When the sex tape leaks out…..THEN I will be concerned about her boys’ thoughts.

  13. Betsy says:

    I used to look at older women-younger men hookups as a “you go, girl!” snub at the usual older man-younger women patriarchal paradigm. Now, though, I wonder – for both couplings – at the big age split. I’m Kate’s age, give take a few months, and I just cannot see myself in a romantic relationship with someone thirteen years younger. You do you and all that, but the gulf in life experiences and outlook, maturity…

    • Kitten says:

      You’re assuming that they’re spending a lot of time talking to each other.

      Some of us date younger men because they’re fun. It’s not about finding a life partner, it’s just about some no-strings-attached sexy times in-between serious relationships.

      • CMiddy says:

        And sometimes we date younger men because we like them. I got together with mine when he was 22 and I was 33 – thought it would be a holiday fling but we have now been together 8 years (engaged for two and getting married in Dec). I honestly don’t think about the age diff much at all!

      • Kitten says:

        That’s awesome. Sorry if my comment seemed to imply that a May/December romance couldn’t be serious as well.

      • CMiddy says:

        Hehe no offence taken whatsoever. I don’t think it’s something that would necessarily generally work but for some reason it did in our case, think it’s because he is quite mature and I am at the opposite end of spectrum!

  14. FingerBinger says:

    Kate is an adult she can do who wants. It’s fine as long as she’s not introducing her kids to her flings.

    • Celebwatch says:

      Odd that this is the probably the general consensus: ‘think of the children’ is a retrograde attempt to shame her for sleeping around– but at the same time, she shouldn’t introduce this guy into her kids’ lives. There’s an inconsistency here. He’s in HER life, right? But it would not be appropriate to bring him home even if it’s emphatically NOT in a ‘this could be your new daddy’ scenario? Why not?

      • FingerBinger says:

        If he’s a fling that’s the key word ,then she shouldn’t introduce him to her kids. A fling should be treated like a fling. That shouldn’t be hard to understand. I would say that about a man introducing his kids to random women as well.

      • Jessica says:

        Because kids need stability and consistency, and parading around a bunch of random men or women who’ll be around for a few weeks then never be seen again isn’t great for that? Plus there’s safe-guarding issues. Most child development experts will recommend waiting at least 6 months before introducing a new partner to your children, preferably a year.

        Your kids don’t need to be introduced to everyone you bang. I can’t really comprehend why you’d want to let a f%$#-buddy into your kids lives anyway, no one’s gaining anything from that and it has potential to cause complications.

      • Otaku fairy says:

        I think what matters is how they introduce the person to their little kids. There’s a world of difference between “This is my friend” and “This is your new mommy or daddy. Eighth times the charm!”

  15. Maya says:

    She has such ahmazing body ! Who cares who she is “flirting” with. She’s not cheating on anyone and it’s legal. Nothing immoral here !
    Please stop tearing women apart because they are not afraid to be sexually free.

  16. InvaderTak says:

    I was really impressed with Nick’s turn in Le Mis. He wasn’t the best singer on the stage by any means, in fact you can see one of the other cast members pushed him up closer to the microphone because he was getting drowned out, but he gave it his all and for some reason he got a lot of respect from me for that. That’s all I got.

  17. Little Darling says:

    I love me some Nick Jonas. I became impressed with him when I found out that he was the brains behind most of the Jonas Brothers musical arrangements, when he was like, 16.

    Since he’s emerged as a solo artist, he seems well spoken, intelligent and decent. He’s also more “manly” to me than many “men” older than him, if that makes sense. Like, waking up and having pillow talk with him doesn’t seem like it would be torture. Kellan Lutz he is not. (:

    Plus, she’s not likely to marry him, I agree with Kaiser that she keeps things separate and I dig that about her. But she still goes out and has fun.

    • Kitten says:


      Generally speaking, I feel like women are conditioned to think that a relationship only has value if it involves some deep emotional connection. There are all different kinds of ways to relate to someone, to experience them, and it doesn’t always necessitate a profound connection and just because it doesn’t involve emotional depth doesn’t make it any less valuable. Sometimes people come into our lives on an impermanent basis and they are the perfect fit for us at the time–they fulfill a need, even if they don’t become a life partner or whatever.

      • Little Darling says:

        It actually seems smart, because she’s already been in two failed marriages. Companionship and not relationship seems good for her right now.

        And who knows, young men can definitely step up for older women.

      • Kitten says:

        ITA 100%

      • Mispronounced Name Dropper says:

        Thank you, Leonardo Di Caprio. 🙂

  18. Dani says:

    Good for her! Good for him! Shit, if I looked like her at that age, I’d get all the young ass I could. Kudos to her for being open and unashamed about her sexuality. Women get slut shamed too often for having fun.

  19. Nicolette says:

    If she were a 36 year old man dating a 23 year old woman, no one would give two sh*ts. She’s not hurting anyone, so what’s the problem? She’s having fun. Live and let live.

  20. Manjit says:

    Derek Hough, so much yuck!

  21. kimbers says:

    isnt a big deal at all and he’s just as ugly as that Owen dude she dated

  22. Nancy says:

    I have no problem with age differences. But this is Kate Hudson the once hopeful it girl, daughter of Goldie. But her career stagnated and so did her marriages. I saw her doing campaigning for her clothes line and imagined a light bulb over her head….I need young people….ah ha…..could someone get Nick Jonas over here. Yeah I give it a month, tops.

  23. Size Does Matter says:

    I think this is hot. It would only be hotter if Jonas were the nanny. JK!

  24. iheartgossip says:

    Why does Nick’s ‘camp’ keep saying they aren’t together, while she is running her used up behind all around town saying they are together? Either is a hanger-on for the attention; or he is deflecting to not make the ladies upset. Either way; I do not believe for one second they are a couple.

  25. Jayna says:

    I would love to see a hot affair between Ben Affleck and Kate Hudson. He wouldn’t know what hit him and she would keep him on his toes. It wouldn’t last but it would be fun to watch. In my scenario, Jen has someone too, so she’s not brokenhearted watching. LOL

  26. Sara says:

    I don’t usually see problem with difference of 13 years so long as everyone is over 21. I say go Kate!!!

  27. MND says:

    Why isn’t anyone congratulating Nick?

  28. hermia says:

    Who is Nick Jonas?? I haven’t the faintest.

  29. Lyrce says:

    Divorced women in their late 30s and 40s, hell, 50s and 60s make teenage boys look like altar boys. Believe me. I know. Relationship? Bwahahahahahaahha, right. WTF cares? Enjoy LIFE. You get but one. …

  30. Sarah says:

    Isn’t it sad when she is referred to “star of Almost Famous” when it came out, what, 15 years ago?? Bit of LiLo situation!

  31. Naddie says:

    I really hate these comments about her looks and money, it’s like she just deserves to live her life because of this.
    My frustration lies on the fact that it’s been 10 years since The skeleton key, so there’s no hope for a sequence 🙁 … Her career is dead anyway.

  32. jill says:

    I bet she is looking for her 3rd baby daddy!