via Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Before Liv Tyler was an actress and Jimmy Fallon was a host, they were in the singing group Pleather and Lace competing on Star Search. Is it just me or do they look exactly the same as they did when she 10 and he was 13 singing Cyndi Lauper’s All Through the Night on the talent show back in 1987? They seriously have not aged a day in 24 years!
Steven Tyler escorted his daughter Liv to the premiere of her movie Super and I have to wonder if that is how a father and daughter are suppose to kiss? Seriously what is up with that lip lock? I think this tops Angelina Jolie and James Haven’s smooch at the Oscars in 2000 in creepiness, don’t you agree?
Now having said all of this, I do think they look really cute together…when they aren’t lip to lip.
A clean cut and shaven Joaquin Phoenix has finally emerged after last year’s lunacy to do a PSA with Miley Cyrus and Liv Tyler. After watching that video, I think he was better off when he was rapping than doing that.
While TWLOHA is all about a good cause, that video is anything but.
Celebrity Baby Scoop
How precious is that picture of Liv Tyler, Milo and his daddy and I think her husband Royston Langdon. I can’t keep up, didn’t they get back together after she announced that they were separating?
Liv Tyler confirms the recent rumors that her and her husband of five years have split according to People.
“Liv Tyler and Royston Langdon have confirmed their separation. They remain good friends and devoted parents to their son Milo and are requesting that their family’s privacy be respected at this time.”
I really thought they were going to last, guess not.
Liv Tyler has slammed celebrities who lose weight too quickly after giving birth. The ‘Lord of the Rings’ star gave birth to her son, Milo, with musician Royston Langdon, in December 2004, and insists she had no desire to lose her pregnancy weight quickly, despite the pressure on actresses to stay thin. She told Britain’s OK! magazine: "Dieting is always a pain. I wanted to enjoy my time out with my son and not be frantic and miserable about not eating and working out. "It bothers me that there is this culture about having to immediately lose you extra weight and I wasn’t interested in getting into that." Liv, 29, says 20 months after giving birth she is still struggling to shift the last of her pregnancy pounds. She added: "I’ve been having a hard time losing the last bit of weight I’d gained during my pregnancy.