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Sedaris might be at least partly kidding, but as a proud single woman living alone in Manhattan for over a decade, she’s clearly a little biased toward her lifestyle choice.As far as she’s concerned, being alone and unencumbered is always a better option than being in a relationship and forced to endure, as she describes it, “endless weekends shopping at Pottery Barn with other dead-eyed couples.”“I’m too independent to be in a relationship,” she says.Her guest list, as usual, contained a healthy sampling of urban singles and fabulous gay men.But sometimes, if only out of social obligation, she also had to invite a few married people.“Couples can be soooo huge maintenance,” Sedaris said with a sigh.For example, here is a picture of the celebrity Katie Holmes, having fun at a 2015 New York Rangers game: But as much fun as those celebrities look like they’re having … It happens with real people, having real fun, together.And that’s why chemistry — though often overlooked — is such an essential component to the Celebrity MSG experience.
’ Or maybe I’ll realize that I made out with one of them the night before, and I don’t know if I should say something or just pretend it never happened.
For example, take the photo below — a star-studded group that includes (clockwise starting from top left) Emmy Rossum, Katie Couric, Katie Couric’s then-boyfriend, John Starks, Victor Cruz, and Andrew Garfield. I could see this group having a night together that people would talk about for years.
But in practice: Notice Rossum, leaning over in demonstrative anguish, in a move that says, "Look — this is shit.
You might have seen actor Jake Weary on a number of your fave TV shows (do Pretty Little Liars, Chicago Fire, and Law and Order: SVU ring a bell? But this month, Jake is turning his focus to the movie theater with his new horror flick It Follows — which premiered to rave reviews, by the way — as well as appearing in the film Zombeavers. JW: I used to watch it as a little kid and it would scare the crap out of me.
offices to answer some pertinent questions like whether he'd rather fight zombies or zombeavers.
And new writers [are] coming in all the time, and not everyone's as fully invested as someone that's written a film and has been working on it two years, preproduction. JW: I think it was the most emotive thing I've ever done and we shot in Detroit.