The Celeb Guide to ... Gushing About Your Significant Other
KEEP CRUSHING ON THEM
Justin Theroux's first woman crush Wednesday after joining Instagram was, of course, wife Jennifer Aniston. Like any good bae, the actor used #WCW as an opportunity to show off one of his love's knockout looks, reminding the world about the gorgeous red Valentino gown Aniston wore to the 2013 Oscars. The actress can be seen walking down a hotel corridor in the pic, which we imagine Theroux has kept on his phone and periodically drooled over for the last two years.
MAKE IT CLEAR YOU HAVE JUST ONE ONE-AND-ONLY
When asked about the qualities he looks for in a woman, Ryan Gosling replied, "That she's Eva Mendes. There's nothing else I'm looking for." He added, "I know I'm with the person I'm supposed to be with."
SERENADE HIM …
BE POETIC ABOUT IT
Finally confirming the dating rumors, Tyga took to Instagram and channeled his inner Shakespeare (or, you know, found a line on the Internet), captioning a shot of Kylie Jenner: "Certain things capture your eye, but only few capture the heart."
FIND A VERY, VERY PUBLIC FORUM
Because, if a partner says something nice about his or her significant other but there's no one else there to hear it, did he or she even say it? George Clooney's forum was the Golden Globes (exact quote: ), but if you're not up for an award this season, something like, oh, Facebook or Instagram is a good backup public forum, too.
MAKE IT ABOUT YOU
PROVE OLD-SCHOOL ROMANCE IS NOT DEAD
BE CREATIVE WITH YOUR COMPLIMENTS
Sure, "I love you" and "You're the best" are sweet lines, but they're kinda expected, don't you think? Chrissy Teigen came up with something more unique, saying that husband John Legend has "a butt like a shelf." Aww.