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And women are in on that conversation." The 29-year-old actress also briefly opens up about her relationship with ex-boyfriend Seth Mac Farlane, who she dated from 2012-2013, and what it's like dating in the public eye.
Emily and Bailon were recently spotted co-hosting an OR-G Liquor launch event in NYC, which shows that there is peace among the women for good reason–Bailon isn’t checking for Em’s sloppy seconds. I think that when you see Fab and you see Adrienne, they’re both celebrities so you automatically assume that they’re together, but he’s actually friends with her boyfriend. We were always together and that’s how that misconception started, but she is not dating Fab.
Emily says she feels bad for Bailon because people automatically assume they are together because they are both celebrities. I actually feel bad for her at this point because she can’t get rid of it, but we laugh at it.
This applies even more to fifty-somethings and beyond. The only thing that’s stopping you from having a ball is your own head telling you that dating is for other people. And yet were I to have ever believed the old guff about dating over forty — or in my case, almost over fifty —I’d be sitting indoors waiting for friends to fix me up at dinner parties.
And miss out on all the fun I’ve been having for the past ten years?