• Sat, Mar 16 2013

Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough Break Up, They Finally Decided To Shave That Beard

Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough split

First Miley and Liam and now Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough?!  If an unruly former Disney star and a stable, sexy Australian can’t make it work, and The World’s Tiniest Man Who Pretty Much Runs Everything On Radio and Television can’t make it work with a Dancing With the Stars cast member, then this isn’t the kind of world I want to be a part of.

After nearly three years together (Jesus, really?), Ryan and Julianne have decided to part ways, citing irreconcilable differences and his workaholic nature as the main source of unhappiness.  I’m guessing he did all he could do for her “career” and she did all she could do to combat the endless questions of his sexuality (does he have to wear lifts in his shoes to be able to hit it from behind? Inquiring minds want to know!), so the relation ship has obviously run its course.

I don’t really think it’s much of a loss.  He got to avoid being called gay for awhile because he was with a pretty blonde with a rockin’ bod, and she got a few invites to award shows and a role in a Nicholas Sparks movie or some shit.  That’s what I call a win-win fauxlationship.

The official word on the demise of their romance?  ”Dude works all the time,” a pal told Us Weekly. “He never sleeps.”

And there you have it.

(Photo: WENN)

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  • Cee

    Something about the jokes about someone hiding their sexuality makes me uncomfortable. I cannot put my finger on it. I think it is the idea that because someone “looks gay” or “acts gay” he or she is gay. Unless someone has witnessed someone kissing or fucking someone of the same sex, you are probably going based on looks and preferences that are considered to pertain only to gay people. “Oh he has highlights, soooo gay. He wears pink, sooo gay. She is a tomboy, so gay” As progressive people, we are constantly trying to fight being put in gendered boxes “Women don’t always like pink ” “Men should admit they like sensitive things”…yet when we come across someone, we call them gay, no wonder no one wants to break from gendered roles.

    Also, if someone is gay and is hiding it, it is a deep inner struggle with oneself. Should they come out if they are gay? Yes, society is changing and becoming more accepting about it. But, their fear, on how this will affect them personally and professionally is real.

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