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It hasn't gone down very well with Eva, to say the least, but Ryan wants to be there as a friend for his ex.” Sounds like it could be totes innocent…
Amid all of the heartbreaking Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie breakup news, Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are giving fans hope that love is still possible in Hollywood. Nonetheless, we can't say we're entirely shocked to learn that the duo secretly jumped the broom.
Not to mention, the twosome also have two daughters together, named Esmeralda and Amada.
We mean, does anyone else remember when they made the birth of their youngest the best kept secret in Tinseltown? Regardless, we couldn't be more excited for Ryan and Eva on their happy nuptials.
excitement with beau Ryan Gosling, but she emerged for the New York & Co. Related: Eva Explains Her Red Carpet Absence Guess we know where her priorities lie! Looking luminous, the actress wore a light turquoise one-shoulder dress from the collection that wouldn't have been out of place on the red carpet at all. [ It feels like forever since we've last seen this glowing soul!
New Yorkers are a lot more informed about everything... Follow him on Twitter Instagram Pinterest Tumblr or even connect with Perez Hilton on Snapchat!With Gosling dating his then co-star, Rachel Mc Adams, and Shields involved with her sister, the pair found odd common ground in a shared affinity for haunted houses and Dead Man’s Bones was born.After all, what could go wrong for a project envisioned by an Oscar-nominated actor and his girlfriend’s sister’s boyfriend using instruments they didn’t yet know how to play to write songs about ghosts, ghouls and monsters?Two years in the making, and with shades of Arcade Fire, Bryan Ferry and Tom Waits, Pitchfork called the album “unique, catchy and lovably weird” but the more curmudgeonly Spin – seemingly determined to ignore most of the background – believed that Dead Man’s Shoes weren’t about to “reverse the rule that actors make dubious pop musicians.”Regardless, Gosling stepped up on bass, piano, cello and vocals, Shields learned drums, and Dead Man’s Shoes stayed true to their initial concept of a monster-themed musical by replacing a traditional support band with a talent show, performing with dancing neon skeletons and glowing ghosts, and playing with a local choir for thirteen gigs on a brilliantly inevitable Halloween tour.Dead Man’s Bones was a horror show; it just wasn’t the one it should have been.