We are legitimately confused!
Sean Avery is engaged to Victoria's Secret model Hilary Rhoda, Page Six reports.
Normally we wouldn't find this interesting, except for the fact that the Canadian hockey player was rumored to be engaged to Bravo exec Andy Cohen just a couple months ago!
Although the former New York Rangers star has never publicly commented on his sexuality, both he and the Housewives head hauncho openly posted pics with each other to their Instagram accounts with captions like, "#datenight."
Avery and his new female fiancee have been "dating" on and off for about three years, and she is said to be "thrilled."
Whatever makes you happy!
We wish this was true, because they would be an adorable couple!
Reports surfaced last week that Watch What Happens Live! host Andy Cohen was engaged to former New York Rangers hockey player Sean Avery, but the Bravo executive set the record straight yesterday that the rumors were completely false, although he wishes they weren't!
"Sean Avery is straight. Do you understand that? So a gay guy and a straight guy should be able to be friends, without you asking me if we're engaged. Right?" he told TMZ.
"He's very, very straight. Listen I'd be happy if Sean and I were banging... but it's not [happening]," he added.
And there you have it folks!
We are so confused!
Reports surfaced recently that Bravo host Andy Cohen is engaged to former New York Rangers hockey player Sean Avery, who has never publicly come out as a gay man. The pair are rumored to have been dating for over a year and a half.
According to the website TheFrameDriven.com, the TV executive and the athlete haven't exactly been shy about hiding their relationship, posting various pictures together to their Instagram accounts that make it clear they are a couple.
The pair didn't exactly deny the engagement chatter, either!
After a fan tweeted at the Watch What Happens Live head hauncho asking him to confirm or deny the happy news, both Cohen and Avery pretty much made it clear the stories were true.
We can sense another Bravo wedding special coming on. Mazel guys!
I guess this is why she's a supermodel!
Karen Mulder hit the beach in St. Barths with her daughter Anna yesterday, and the Dutch stunner looked half her age in a skimpy sarong!
The catwalker is now retired from the industry, but we think she needs to give that decision a second thought after seeing these photos!
Did Toni Braxton have some work done?
The "Unbreak My Heart" singer arrived at Mr. Chow in West Hollywood looking a bit pulled back and ... um, tighter in the face region.
Although we couldn't get beyond her new look, we'll admit, Ms. Braxton looks stunning in red.
Thanks for the wave, Toni!
Priscilla Presley loves drama ... especially when it's on stage.
Elvis' widow posed for the cameras at the photocall for Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs at London's Savoy Hotel. She'll be playing the Wicked Queen at the New Wimbledon Theatre.
We have to say she looks wickedly delicious. But we can't forget Priscilla co-starring with Leslie Neilsen in the hilarious Naked Gun serious.
She's still gorgeous!
Cindy Lee Garcia is speaking out regarding her role in the movie Innocence of Muslims ... the YouTube video by Sam Bacile which reportedly caused Muslims to kill U.S. Ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens.
Garcia is suing YouTube and Bacile for misleading her in thinking that it was an "historical Arabian Desert adventure film."
In front of the L.A. County Superior Courthouse, Garcia told the media:
"My whole life has been turned upside down ... It's degrading, demoralizing ... it affected our ambassador, our Navy SEALs ... I think America needs to stand behind us on this. What [the director] did was wrong. So many people were affected by it."
Garcia claims her family has been threatened as a result of her being in the movie, and she fears for their lives.
The actress adds, "It's degrading, demoralizing ... it affected our ambassador, our Navy SEALs ... I think America needs to stand behind us on this. What [the director] did was wrong. So many people were affected by it."
The YouTube film was shot in July 2011.