The Big Bang Theory: Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting reveals the secrets after her fantastic body transformation.

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has talked about how she has changed since she started following a strict diet and working out. Before, she used to eat sugary snacks at night, but now she doesn’t. But the 29-year-old has changed her way of life to get in shape.

The Big Bang Theory actress, married to tennis player Ryan Sweeting, changed her diet to be vegan and gluten-free to stay healthy. She says that the change has “completely changed” her. She said: “I’m not a vegan, and I don’t have a gluten allergy, but it just makes me feel better.” Everything has changed for me from the inside out.

Even when my husband says, “You look great!” when I look in the mirror and see the positive changes, I don’t want to go back to what I used to do. I don’t want to go back.” Kaley has also changed her diet, so she has taken all of the sweets out of her bedside drawer. They were filled with candy, and she told SHAPE. Soon, I realized that I was eating without thinking.

“I was doing it because he was. I didn’t even think about how many calories it was adding.”

The third Fantastic Beasts film, directed by J.K. Rowling, had the lowest opening weekend in the Harry Potter franchise.

The domestic box office for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore was $43 million over the weekend, a franchise low for Harry Potter films.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to the Find Them bring declining returns at the movie office. According to Variety, The Secrets of Dumbledore, the third installment in the Harry Potter prequel series, had the lowest North American opening weekend of the Wizarding World franchise to date, with an estimated $43 million. Fantastic Beasts and Where to the Find Them grossed $74 million domestically in 2016, while The Crimes of Grindelwald grossed $62 million in 2018.

Secrets of Dumbledore also performs poorly compared to other recent releases, such as Sonic the Hedgehog 2, which launched at $71 million earlier this month, and The Batman, which debuted at $134 million.

According to Variety, secrets of Dumbledore has done marginally better internationally, with the film generating $150.4 million so far. Secrets of Dumbledore has generated $14.7 million in China, where some speech involving Albus Dumbledore’s former gay romance was cut to comply with Chinese regulation of LGBTQ+ content for the film’s release. According to the publication, the pandemic has forced the closure of half of the country’s movie theatres.

Johnny Depp withdrew from his role as villain Gellert Grindelwald in November 2020 after losing a libel case in United Kingdom against The Sun over a headline calling him a “wife-beater” when discussing suspected domestic violence against ex-wife Amber Heard. The role was recast with the Mads Mikkelsen, who made his debut as Dumbledore in the film Secrets of Dumbledore.

The Hollywood Reporter recently asked Mikkelsen why Grindelwald’s apparent change in appearance isn’t addressed in the film: “That was done on purpose. Everyone understands why [the actors’ roles were switched]. The entire globe is aware of the reason. Remind us that we switched actors would almost be like an Easter egg to reality. We’re hoping that they’ll accept this reality by dragging people in with the opening scene.” Ezra Miller, who plays Credence Barebone in the Fantastic Beasts films, was recently arrested in Hawaii, just days before the third film was supposed to be released.

The author of the Harry Potter books and the screenplays for the Fantastic Beasts films, J.K. Rowling, has become divisive figure due to her outspoken views on transgender rights and feminism. Late this month, she attended the red carpet premiere of Secrets of Dumbledore in London. Longtime Potter screenwriter Steve Kloves was brought back to co-write the third Fantastic Beasts picture after penning the first two solo.

Rowling previously stated that she plans for Fantastic Beasts to be a five-film series; however, Warner Bros. has yet to confirm the fourth installment.Secrets of Dumbledore stars Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander, Jude Law as a teenage Dumbledore, Alison Sudol, Jessica Williams, Dan Fogler, and Callum Turner, and is directed by David Yates (who has directed every Potter film since 2007’s Order of the Phoenix).

Potterheads are attracted to a bird performing the Harry Potter theme music.

Zephyr, a bird who can’t only sing croon but also beatbox, recently went famous on TikTok by flawlessly singing the Harry Potter theme tune.
Even though the first Harry Potter film was released over 20 years ago, fans’ infatuation with all things Hogwarts is still at an all-time high. A bird singing the movie’s theme music has enthralled all Potterheads online.

A European starling is the breaking the internet with its musical prowess in what appears to be a scene straight out of any mystical film where avians are masters at singing. Zephyr, a bird who can sing not only croon but also beatbox, recently went famous on TikTok by flawlessly singing the Harry Potter theme tune.

The current video, which has over 20 million views, was posted on the platform by its “bird mom” user @farijuana_, a woman who shares numerous footage of the talking bird. “The middle breath,” the woman remarked in the video’s description, pleased by the bird’s antics demonstrating its abilities.
“I adore how he even replicates my breath in the middle of whistling,” the woman said on TikTok when she shared the now-viral video.
Meanwhile, ‘Muggles’ on social media was astounded at how effectively the bird captured the theme tune, with others adding that it would be perfect for the Hogwarts environment.

The Harry Potter reunion ‘Return to Hogwarts’ earlier this January provided fans with a flood of nostalgia. Still, it also transported them back to Hogwarts and the development of the mega-franchise as leading performers sat down for a chat.

A Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright discusses how she changed her career.

An actor Bonnie Wright, born in London debuted as the fiery-haired Ginny Weasley in the renowned Harry Potter films franchise when she was just shy of ten years old. Wright’s commitment to an understanding — and combating — climate change grew in tandem with her acting career. After graduating from film school in 2012, Wright began directing; simultaneously, she became more interested in environmental activism, becoming an ambassador for Greenpeace and other organizations.

In her new book, “Go Gently: Actionable Steps to Nurture Yourself and the Planet,” Wright reveals her impressive range of knowledge. Her passion for sustainability is evident in the guidebook, which is more intelligent (and practical) than many celebrity-authored books. What is Wright’s goal? To assist individuals in taking small efforts toward real change, such as substituting homemade items for packaged ones, figuring out what can (and can’t) be recycled, or mending garments rather than buying new ones.

Wright was reached via Zoom. Because of the length of the chat, it has been edited.

Q: You’ve been a long-time campaigner. Why are you writing this book now?

A: Many of my [climate] initiatives, whether marches or direct actions with Greenpeace, took place in public locations. But I was quietly making adjustments at home as well. I began to believe that the more private behaviors were almost as exciting as the public ones. When faced with so many possibilities, the book aims to help us make better, more informed decisions. The title “Go Gently” implies that we should be gentle in our acts to maintain them throughout time.

It mainly focuses on the home; there is a practice in which you select five items from space and assess their environmental impact. “Can you tell me what material this notepad is made of?” What is the source of that paper? “What will I do with it when I’m done?”

Q: You began by concentrating on plastic trash.

A: I’ve always adored the ocean, and I was horrified to see how much more plastic garbage was washing up on our beaches and in our waterways. It made me angry and upset. I [realised]… there are reasons why humans do not properly dispose of their garbage due to my desire to comprehend that. There are waste management systems that are just ineffective and a lack of policies to reduce single-use plastic and encourage businesses to utilize more refillable, reusable materials.

Q: “Every piece of plastic I’ve ever used is still somewhere on this planet,” you once commented. Isn’t it true, though, that many plastics aren’t recyclable?

A: The plastics business designed the recycling system precisely so that we would continue to use it. Plastic is made from fossil fuels, and they’ve spent a lot of money convincing the world that recycling is a good thing.

However, the bottom line is what drives the majority of these large corporations. Recycled plastic is more expensive than new plastic. Some plastics are more difficult to recycle since they do not contain any money. Your recyclables are collected and transported to a materials recovery center, where they are sorted and sold to recyclers. Recycling type No. 2 may not be lucrative for a week. Because no one is interested in the [purchasing them to recycle], those plastics could end up in a landfill. Because of their higher value, other materials in the chain, such as aluminum, are almost always recycled. The choice and pressure should not be placed on us. This is where education and policy come into play. When you [put something] in bin, hoping it will be recycled but not knowing for sure, there’s a word for it: “wish recycling.” Are you passionate about preserving old-growth forests? Here are few things you can do.

Q: What are the most common misconceptions regarding sustainability?

A: For a long time, we believed that recycling was the solution to our issues. Refillable, recycled items, such as going to the coffee shop and bringing a reusable cup, are better solutions we might implement. What can we do in our houses to be resourceful rather than buying new “sustainable” products?

Q: What can parents do to assist their children in becoming more environmentally conscious?

A: Young people are excellent at seeking transparency in these matters, and the kids I’ve known are well aware of the government’s position. On the other hand, younger children are in this incredibly impressionable era. “We eat our food, then scraps from our food go back into the earth and make new food grow,” children can remark about gardening and composting. Do you want to wash the cycle? If that’s the case, you’re not helping to recycle.

Q: How has your activism influenced your film-making?

A: One of the great things about the power of media is that it allows you to take people on a journey via a story and utilize characters to help people change their minds. Last year, I [directed] a short video that combined my storytelling with my concerns about the climate issue. The film “Consumed” is essentially a monster movie. It’s about our consumerism and how it will come back to bite us.

Q: Have you always wanted to become an actor? When you starred in Harry Potter, you were pretty young.

A: I didn’t know what I wanted to do because I was young. For the first two, my older brother read Harry Potter books. “You should audition for Ginny Weasley,” he urged when he learned they held auditions for the films. “All OK,” I said. “That sounds like a lot of fun.” “I’m going to just [focus on] directing for [a bit],” I announced after graduating from film school in 2012. I continued to act and direct after that. It all happened very quickly, and my passion for acting and filming blossomed on set in real-time. I started a YouTube channel dedicated to “Go Gently,” and I’m the only one who makes the videos. It’s been fun getting back in front of the camera after spending so much time behind it. There are six actions that the world can take to halt climate change.

Q: What is your most fervent wish for your book?

A: I’m not too fond of the idea that someone might read the book and then ignore the content. I wish people understand that there is no right or wrong way to participate in the climate struggle. The earth requires us to show up in whatever capacity we can, roll up our sleeves, and get involved.

Laura Barcella is a freelance writer who has written books for adults, children, and teenagers, including “Fight Like a Girl: 50 Feminists Who Changed the World.”

Actionable Steps to the Nurture Yourself and the Planet

Go Gently By Bonnie Wright

Harvest. 304 pp. $26

Friends Fan Theory That Will Make You Look At Ross Twice

“Friends” is one of the most popular and well-liked sitcoms ever. From 1994 to 2004, NBC broadcasted about six 20-somethings living in New York City for ten seasons. “Friends” became a cultural phenomenon, launching trends like Jennifer Aniston’s Rachel’s signature hairstyle, attracting Hollywood A-listers in guest roles, delivering memorable lines and moments that have become meme-worthy decades later, introducing one of television’s most iconic couples, and transforming a cast of relative unknowns into massive stars.

The cast, an ensemble in every sense of the word, is the driving force behind the show’s success. Fans recall Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt LeBlanc gathering to watch every episode of Season 1 together (via Vulture). Their most well-known act of solidarity was sticking together over their wage demands, which made headlines for the first time in 1996. (via The New York Times).

While some of the characters are undeniably more popular with the audience, it never feels like one character’s story arcs overshadow the others. However, one Reddit fan theory makes a compelling argument that may cause viewers to reconsider Ross Geller.

The true star of Friends as Ross Geller.

Redditor u/Ilikepieguy123 argued that Ross Geller is the true star of the show. “The writers for Friends may not have intended for there to be only one main character, but they managed to create a perfect show based on Ross’ life story,” he says. Try re-watching Friends from Ross’ point of view and see how it all fits together “they composed Season 1 introduces Ross as a man going through a divorce because his wife is a lesbian, according to them. Then Rachel shows up, introducing their on-again, off-again relationship, which is “arguably the series’ most important plotline.”

While Ross and Rachel’s relationship is central to the first three seasons, their breakup leaves them uncoupled for most of the series, with a few notable exceptions. It’s difficult to argue that their romance is the most important thing to take away from the show. What about Chandler Bing and Monica Geller, who were together from Season 4 to the finale? Monica and Chandler’s transformation from FWB to people who fall in love, move in together, get married, and struggle to conceive a child is chronicled in greater detail in “Friends” than in Ross and Rachel’s.

Every major story arc revolves around Ross.

Ross’s story arcs have spawned some of the show’s most significant plots. According to the fan theory that Ross is the show’s real star. “Chandler and Monica first met at his marriage to Emily. However, Vegas was Joey’s pet project. The main plot was that he and Rachel became so drunk that they married. The bottom line is that Ross is at the center of every major plot event. The show concludes with him and Rachel reuniting for good. Tell me it wasn’t a fluke, “u/Ilikepieguy123 wrote a comment. When asked if they agreed with the theory, a few people exclaimed, “Aha!” “Now I know,” she wrote.

Perry and Cox’s chemistry was evident long before their Season 4 hookup. According to Vulture, the idea of pairing Monica and Chandler had been brewing since Season 2. The six friends leave their keys on Monica’s apartment’s counter and head to Central Perk at the end of the series. The writers provide a happy ending for Ross and Rachel (most likely to appease fans rather than because it makes sense). The finale isn’t entirely about him. Instead, it depicts these characters maturing and progressing due to everything they’ve gone through throughout the series.

Rachel and Monica are also featured alongside Ross Geller.

“I always assumed it was a Geller thing… Other “Friends” fans believe Ross and his sister Monica get equal billing. The majority of the action takes place in Monica’s apartment. You spend the most time with their family, “u/MITCH-A-PALOOZA wrote: Throughout the series, each of the six characters lives in Monica’s apartment, or used to live there in the case of Phoebe Buffay (Kudrow). Furthermore, the series frequently addresses and explores Ross and Monica’s sibling rivalry.

Others believe Ross and Rachel’s relationship elevates them above their co-stars. “The main characters, both as an on-again, off-again couple and as individual characters, were Ross and Rachel,” u/hn 95 stated. It’s debatable whether Ross and Rachel’s romance has left a stronger impression on viewers than any other on the show. Maybe it’s because of the infamous “We were on a break” debate. Which starts in Season 3 and continues to rage.

Friends Characters Ranked from Most to Least Likely to Die in a movie

Friends Characters living in New York City seem to think that the world of horror is far away, if it is even real. If you put them in stories about undead ghouls, masked killers, or cursed objects, they might have different reactions. There can only be one winner-a single champion who fights against all odds to live. This time, who will it be?

Janice Hosenstein

Janice is likely to burst into one of her signature quacks, which will draw the attention of every demon, ghost, or zombie in the area. She would be the first to leave.

“Ross Geller is a great person.”

When it comes to studying, Ross is a genius. He is one of the most well-known palaeontologists on the East Coast, but when it comes to the real world, he isn’t very good. He always makes the most basic mistakes, and he ignores most social conventions that require a certain level of behaviour, not to mention his tendency to get angry, which will be very dangerous in a scary situation.


It would be good if Gunther was good at being quiet, because he could hide from serial killers if he ever had to.

Chandler Bing

It’s likely that Chandler will help his friends when they’re in a dangerous situation, but only when they’re in a safe place.

Monica Geller

Monica is quick-witted and assertive, which could help her stay alive a little longer than the others if she uses her organisational and rule-setting skills to protect herself and her family.

Carol Willick

In spite of what she doesn’t always show, Carol, Ross’s ex-wife, has a strong personality, even though she doesn’t always act that way. She was a lot more active than him when she was younger. She played college sports like golf and lacrosse.

Charlie Wheeler

Charlie Wheeler would be able to stay alive in a scary movie because of her confident attitude and sense of self-worth.

Rachel Green

Whether or not Rachel was spoiled as a child, she was in a life or death situation. If her daughter, Emma, is in danger, she will do everything she can.

Joey Tribbiani

Joey is the opposite of Ross in that he has no academic ability. When it comes to his body, though, he is very aware of what is going on. This means he would be willing to risk his life for his friends. There’s nothing else I can say.

Phoebe Buffay

No one will be left alive after this. Phoebe will always be there. Perhaps even putting an end to the evil that is threatening to destroy the world at the time. She’s a little out of her head, but not completely insane. This allows her to think about things from completely different angles that most people can’t even think of.

Reason Why Viewers Tolerated Ross Geller’s Behaviour on Friends

Fans were afforded the opportunity to assess the Manhattanites from a new perspective when Netflix started streaming the show. And it wasn’t long before a dialogue developed around the gang’s casual sexism and homophobia.


And then attention turned to Ross Geller.

Back in the day, the character of Ross was viewed through a sympathetic lens. He was a dinosaur-obsessed dork in high school, his wife left him for a woman, and his friends made fun of his chosen career. Oh, and he was head over heels for one-time head cheerleader, Rachel Green, and in true Ross-style, it wasn’t long after finally getting with her that he lost her again. Ross wasn’t like uber-player Joey or commitment-phobe Chandler, he was the nice guy.

Or so most of us thought.

However, Netflix’s decision to add the show to their service has shone a light on the intensity of Ross’s character. And the fact that his flaws were often written off during the height of the show’s popularity. Regular flashbacks to Ross’ adoration of Rachel in high school laid a foundation for misplaced acceptance of his subsequent behavior. And sporadic references to Rachel’s teenage dismissals provided a platform for viewers’ misguided tolerance.

But at the end of the day, Ross was mean.

He was possessive, condescending, controlling, and everything a viewer wouldn’t accept of characters like Joey and Chandler. A guy like Joey would not get away with humiliating his girlfriend in front of her friends simply. A person like Chandler would not get away with using a woman’s relatively low-paid job as a reason not to be with her.

But Ross had – remember – all the hallmarks of a nice guy.

And this is why many of us seemed to at best dismiss, and at worst, justify his behavior. It simply – and perhaps most horrifyingly – came down to the fact that Ross was the dork who could never get the girl. We bought into this theory; hook, line, and sinker. Is it any wonder he acts likes like a lunatic now that he finally has Rachel? Sure, the fear of losing her has rendered him blind to his shortcomings.
Surprisingly, Ross was – and still is – one of the show’s most popular characters.  As David Schwimmer’s character over the course of the show’s ten-year run. On a break or not.

How I Met Your Mother: 5 Ways The Final Season Was A Letdown

It Broke Records For The Worst Episodes

Four of the show’s worst episodes ever belong to season 9. This is how “Bedtime Stories” and “Slapsgiving 3: Slappapointment in Slapmarra” and its cultural appropriation looked when they were first written.

Certain Storylines Were Rushed

The majority of season 9 revolved around Robin and Barney’s wedding weekend. So it was disappointing to see them fight and divorce one episode (three years) later. Even though Barney and Robin belonged together, it’s not their divorce that was the worst.

Barney’s Character Arc Was Butchered

Barney’s character arc is a redemption story. First, he transformed from a codependent hippie to the insecure and manipulative womanizer the audience met in season 1. The show then saw him change into a man who finally learned to take responsibility for his actions and even faced his childhood trauma.

The Story Was Never About How Ted Met Tracy

The show’s title is How I Met Your Mother, but it should have been How I Convinced You To Date Aunt Robin. It turned out that Ted decided to tell his kids the story of how he met Tracy to get their approval to move on with his life and ask Robin out.

Ted And Robin Ending Up Together

Ted finished telling the story of how he met his children’s mother three minutes before the show ended for good. In those short three minutes, Ted realizes he (still) has a crush on Robin. And decides to visit her, bringing the iconic blue French horn with him.

The Real-Life Partners Of The HIMYM Cast Also Appeared On The Show. Here’s Who They Played

How I Met Your Mother’s seen a lot of notable cameos over the years, from Katy Perry to Kal Penn, but there are a lot of other Easter eggs hidden in its depths. For instance, the real-life lovers and spouses of pretty much most of the main cast have featured in the show in some way, and it’s impossible to tell unless you know about it beforehand.

1. Lily’s ex-boyfriend Scooter (played by David Burtka) is Barney’s husband in real life

Scooter was initially named Jeff and was shown to be dating Lily in high school. After their breakup, he continues to be infatuated with her and shows up in random episodes, sometimes going by the name of Bill. He’s played by David Burtka, who happens to be Neil Patrick Harris’s husband in real life. They were married in 2014.

2-Gary Blauman (played by Taran Killam) is Robin’s husband in real life

The gang-dividing, wise-cracking, mostly un-likable Gary Blauman is married to Robin in real life. Played by Taran Killam, he and Colbie Smulders even have two kids together. It’s weird because most of these actors play characters against their type in the show. Though playing a mediocre antagonist is also pretty funny.

Funnily enough, Ted’s real-life partner didn’t show up in the show. Which is vaguely annoying because the whole damn show is mostly about him and his love life in the first place. Either way, good to know!

The Untold Truth Of Neil Patrick Harris’ Marriage

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka are among the most iconic power couples in the entertainment industry—matched only perhaps by Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi. After dating for ten years, they wed in 2014, having already welcomed their adorable twins, Gideon and Harper, into the world in 2010. The cute pair’s relationship has always seemed perfect, with The Advocate once dubbing them the “Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward of the gay world.” But how much do you know about these two? Here is the untold truth about their marriage…

It’s all about the timing

“I was in another relationship when I met Neil and was doing the long-distance, New York–to-L.A. thing,” Burtka said. “It was sort of on the rocks. Long-distance is so hard.” He was aware of Harris’ work, an actor himself, adding, “I thought it would be nice to know him, but I didn’t think I’d start dating him in a million years.”

“I ended up breaking with my boyfriend,” Burtka said. “And a week later, Neil and I had a date. We started hanging out every night, and after three months, it was just non-stop. We talk on the phone at least eight times a day and text at least 25 times a day.”

As they say, the rest is history.

Harris was head over heels. But Burtka?

“I initially fell for David harder than he fell for me,” Harris said in Out magazine. Burtka wasn’t always so comfortable with the L-word. “I was in love with him before he was comfortable saying it, which speaks to our past experiences. I remember saying, ‘I think I love you,’ and he was like, ‘That’s nice,’ which is not necessarily what you want to hear.” Harris admitted, “I appreciated his honesty in not jumping the gun and saying something because he felt obliged to.”

We’re guessing it didn’t take long for Burtka to come around.

Harris was forced out of the closet

When he came out that November, the then-33-year-old had been starring as the very heterosexual womanizer Barney Stinson on How I Met Your Mother for more than a year. “Rather than ignore those who choose to publish their opinions without talking to me,” Harris told People. “I am happy to dispel any rumors or misconceptions and am quite proud to say that I am a very content gay man living my life to the fullest and feel most fortunate to be working with wonderful people in the business I love.” Well said.

Harris gave his two cents about open relationships

“That’s part of being in a relationship, going through phases of things being great and things being not great,” he told Stern. “I don’t know that if you’re gay, you get this card that says you can go f**k other guys, when things aren’t going great. That doesn’t make any sense to me.” When pressed by Stern on long-term monogamy, Harris said, “I’m versatile. The best thing about being in a guy-guy relationship is sometimes you feel like being tough, sometimes you feel like being subordinate.”

They’re the same person

If you ask Harris, he and Burtka are two sides of the same coin. “We share a wardrobe. I have the same shoe size, body size, height, and weight,” he said in Out magazine. “We both like the idea of family. Not a nuclear family, but a social family. Yet, we’re incredibly opposite in the way we process information.”

Who popped the question?

Harris and Burtka were so ready to get hitched that they both proposed!

“David first proposed to me five years ago on the actual street corner where we met,” Harris told Out magazine—the exact location was on 9th Avenue between West 44th & 45th Streets in New York City. “We were on our way to an event at an Indian casino 45 minutes out of town in a limousine, and David wanted to stop for some reason that I didn’t quite get,” Harris said. “I thought he wanted to get some booze or something.

“Then I got the ring and loved it, and a year later, on Valentine’s Day, I proposed to him in Santa Monica,” Harris told the mag. “That was four years ago. [I’m] dying to move to the other hand. I’d also like to call him my husband.”

They’re adjusting to fatherhood

Harris and Burtka always wanted to have kids. Since welcoming fraternal twins Harper Grace and Gideon Scott into their lives via surrogate in October 2010, these two dudes are inspiring some serious dad goals. But parenthood wasn’t a seamless transition.

“I didn’t love the first six to nine months,” Harris admitted on Oprah’s Next Chapter in 2012. “We struggled with it a lot… I didn’t feel like I was bonding with them.” The biggest challenge? “The sleep deprivation. You have to live in those spurts,” he told People in 2010. Burtka added, “And with twins, we can’t take turns getting up.”

David gave up drinking for the twins

“It just didn’t mix well,” he told the New York Daily News in 2017 (via the Daily Mail). “That’s a big thing… I didn’t like the way I was acting, and I think it affected me, and I thought, ‘You know what? I owe it to myself, I owe it to my kids, to be there, 100 percent.’”

Their wedding was a secret

“It was nice, tiny, and intimate. Only about 45 people were there,” Harris told The View (via Us Weekly). “We did it as a destination wedding, and it kept the numbers down. I just wanted to say nice things about David to David in front of the people that mattered the most to us. It was less about a proclamation and more about a declaration that I was able to share in front of our kids.”

They’re American Idol fanatics

While discussing their pre-dating acquaintanceship, Harris said to Out magazine, “I was always around when he was around, hoping the stars would align. When we all hung out for the first time—I was invited by [our mutual friend] Kate to an American Idol viewing party—I just stammered around him. I couldn’t take my eyes off him. There’s something almost kinetic about him and his being.”

Okay, be honest, are you aww-ing as much as we are?

A perfectly imperfect union

“We go to couple’s therapy,” Burtka told Life & Style in 2017. “Not that there’s anything wrong, but it’s nice to just talk to someone who is a mediator.