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Are celebrities more likely to divorce or break up?
Earlier this week news reports surfaced that John Lloyd Young, 42, and his partner had split up.
It seems everyone had an opinion on the matter: Based on the facts (Young spotted alone with a cute sweater), is there trouble in paradise or is it much ado about nothing?
Based on that I'd say shes ticklish and Cory knows it. "Imagine" on her left foot A gold star on her left wrist"I Believe" in teal ink on her right wrist A blue butterfly on her right foot Another butterfly on her back A bird on her hip Two musical notes on her left shoulder An unidentified tattoo in memory of her grand…I had the chance to talk with Young, Bergen, and Lomenda during their swing through the San Francisco Bay Area promoting the film, and one thing that became amply clear with all of them was how surreal it was to be in the middle of a whirlwind that's seen them rocket from relative obscurity to headlining a movie directed by Clint Eastwood. I was thinking as I was parking, you guys are living what your characters were living in the film. And Michael and I were actually on tour with Jersey Boys, the stage version. And I just did it again in London after we wrapped the movie. When you were doing it the first time, did it even enter onto your radar that you would be starring in the film version?In addition to reminiscing about previous visits to the city, I talked to them about the play's long journey from conception to completion, what it was like to perform a play when you know Clint Eastwood is in the audience watching, and the experience of making the movie after doing it for so long on stage. I opened the tour here and he closed the tour here in San Fran. Young: I say yes, not out of any sort of retroactive presumptuousness or arrogance or anything.Read on for the transcript of our conversation: So, how are you guys doing? So, we've all lived versions of the art that we're imitating in various ways. I say yes only because when the show was becoming a big hit on Broadway, Hollywood started to really try to compete for the rights to it.So much to an extent that I was a neophyte actor making his Broadway debut, and I was at the opening of a Hollywood film in New York, and one of the major studio heads came up to me at a party and cornered me and said, "You have to convince [one of our writers] Marshall Brickman to give us the film rights." So, yes, right in the beginning, I thought, "Wow, they are all over this movie, and this cast, we could end up in it." But, that didn't happen.