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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Can’t Stop Arguing

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Can’t Stop Arguing

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85th Annual Academy Awards - ArrivalsJENNIFER Aniston and Justin Theroux having been arguing non-stop.

The pair have been dating for three years and are engaged, but sources say their relationship is crumbling because they can’t stop bickering.

“They’ve actually been fighting like crazy behind the scenes for a while now,” a source said.

“They’re such different people, kind of an oil-and-water couple. Lots of people wonder if their engagement is even the real thing.”

This past Thanksgiving, the couple spent it 3,000 miles apart from one another. While Jennifer spent the holiday in Los Angeles, Justin, who recently relocated to New York for the HBO drama The Leftovers, didn’t join her (even though it “doesn’t start filming until February,” a source added).

“They do have things called jet planes,” the source said.

“You’d certainly think it would’ve been important for Justin to join Jen for the holiday — or just as important for Jen to be with Justin if he was with his family.”

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James Franco and Seth Rogen’s ‘Bound 2’ Parody & 7 Other Steamy Musical Bromances

UPDATED 12/01/2013 at 02:00 PM EST Originally published 12/01/2013 at 02:00 PM EST

This week, parody perfection reached its peak and the word Kanye-oke was born thanks to the James Franco and Seth Rogen “Bound 3 (Vague)” video, a not-so-vague shot-for-shot redo of Kanye West‘s new music video featuring his topless fiancé Kim Kardashian.

In the now infamous parody, Franco’s flapping shirt is flawless – and we can’t even find the right words for Seth Rogen’s back-arching skills – but one thing made this video pure magic and that’s the bromance.

Freaks and Geeks fans know that Franco and Rogen go way back; this faux-sexy spoof is just another chapter in their epic love. But other male BFFs have set their intimacy to music before this ridiculous pair. Let’s take a stroll down bromance music video lane, shall we?

1. David Bowie and Mick Jagger: Freaky-Deaky Footloose BFFs

Who needs lip-syncing when you and your bud are musical geniuses? Bowie and Jagger broke out their best drunk uncle dance moves and eskimo kisses for their rendition of “Dancing in the Street.” The 3-minute-long ode to friendship and rump-shaking is a treasure trove of video man love.

2. Ben Affleck and Jimmy Kimmel: The Bromance Back Stab

After hearing the harsh and humorous news – via viral video – that his then-girlfriend Sarah Silverman was “having relations” with Matt Damon, Jimmy Kimmel poached Ben Affleck from the classic Good Will Hunting bromance as revenge. Hence a new, manly relationship was forged in the fires of comedy with “I’m F–––––– Ben Affleck.”

3. Wham!: Wake Me Up, I Love You So So

Theories abound regarding the meaning behind “Wake Me Up, Before You Go Go.” It’s simple. George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley can’t bear the thought of starting the day without one another. How are you supposed to match your outfits alone?

4. Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg: Triangle of Love

After Saturday Night Live sketches Motherlover and D––– in a Box, Timberlake and Samberg turned their seductive gazes inward with “3-Way.” We knew the two couldn’t resist each other’s neatly trimmed facial hair and fly sportswear forever, especially with Lady Gaga there for support. 

5. Bert and Ernie: Up All Night To Be Buddies

Bert and Ernie are puppet proof that best friendships are often formed in close quarters. Even though Bert pretends to begrudgingly accept the whole arrangement, without Ernie who else would help him fight the stress that comes with a killer unibrow and constant need to break into song?

6. Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte: The Big BFF Kiss

The sound of stringed instruments can do funny things to the heart. In the case of Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte, the unabashed banjo strumming of Mumford and Sons’s “Hopeless Wanderer” leads this pair into a passionate, beard-framed lip lock. 

7. Turk and JD of Scrubs: Guy Love

Real-life BFFs and bromance aficionados Zach Braff and Donald Faison used Scrubs to provide a musical guide for dudes with deep feelings. “Guy Love” may seem complicated but in the end, it comes down to one simple truth: it’s just “love between two guys”. 

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Galen Gering: Fatherhood Made Me Less Selfish

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Days of our Lives star Galen Gering is keeping things steamy in Salem as the character Rafe Hernandez. The soap star, 42, is teaming up with some of his cast mates in the new book, Days of our Lives Better Living: Cast Secrets for a Healthier Balanced Life. The book that Doctor Oz calls, “… not only helpful, but entertaining…” is filled with cast secrets on how they achieve balance while inspiring readers to do the same.

Galen opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about his two sons – Dillon, 7, and Jensen, 5 – and their special holiday traditions. He also talks about his own childhood, saying, “We did not have a lot of rules and boundaries.” Galen goes on to share his Thanksgiving plans and the secret to his 20-year relationship with wife Jenna.

CBS: You’re a part of the new Days of Our Lives book called Better Living. It’s said to be full of “secrets” on how the show’s stars achieve life balance. How do you maintain balance with a busy acting career and a family?

GG: “Acting is truly a great job because I get to do what I love and still get a good amount of time off. I get to spend a lot of time with my family, definitely more so than other jobs. During my time off, we like to go on trips together.”

CBS: We have to ask about your “hippie” upbringing by French/Spanish artist parents in L.A. What was it like growing up this way? How did it influence your life today?

GG: “We did not have a lot of rules and boundaries. My sister and I got to do what we wanted at a young age, but that also made us very independent early on. My parents were both very loving and easy going.

As far as influencing my life today, I am still independent and have a non-judgmental, open minded view on life. I see the way I was raised as a gift and recognize a lot of positives that came from my upbringing.”

CBS: Your resume is quite impressive! You’ve been a model, film maker, writer, Pro Am volleyball player and actor. Which has been your favorite?

GG: “My life has been nothing short of an incredible journey and wild ride. I feel so fortunate to do all that I have done, and I’ve also worked extremely hard to get to where I am today. I can’t say I have a favorite, but if I could make a good living playing volleyball, I’d probably be leaning towards that path.”

CBS: You’ve been with your wife Jenna for years. How long have you been together? What are your secrets to a successful marriage?

GG: “Jenna and I have been together for 20 years. One of my secrets to a successful marriage is to find someone that that you love spending time with. Jenna and I complement each other very well and we also respect one another. Every relationship encounters problems, you just need to learn to deal with them properly and together.”

CBS: Tell us about your kids. What are their names and ages?

GG: “I have two sons: Dillon, 7-years-old and Jensen, 5-years-old.”

CBS: If we asked them to describe you as a father, what would they tell us?

GG: “They’d say that I’m the best father they’ve ever had! We have such a good time together and they know that I listen to them, support, love, and respect them.”

CBS: How has fatherhood changed you?

GG: “Fatherhood has made me think about everything in life differently. I inherently became less selfish. I want so much for my kids — I want them to have the things in their childhood that I did not.”

CBS: Do you have plans yet for the holidays? Do you have any special family traditions?

GG: “We’re travelling to Florida for Thanksgiving to see some family over there.

As far as traditions go, my boys and I always build a train around our Christmas tree and through a Christmas village that we set up every year. We also do Elf on the Shelf, who visits every year starting 12 days before Christmas. Elf gets into a lot of mischief, but he only comes out at night. The kids wake up to find what sort of trouble Elf has gotten into.”

CBS: What’s up next for you?

GG: “Getting started on my early Christmas shopping!”

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