When the “Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco wed the ex-tennis star Ryan Sweeting, she sure was smitten. So much so that she decided to get the Roma numerals of their wedding date permanently inked on her upper back. But then they split up, and she was left with the sad memory. Yikes.
The actress opted for a butterfly with wings big enough to cover the letters. Well, butterflies do symbolize rebirth, so we guess that one worked out. Next time though, stay away from tattooing things about relationships.
Burt Played the Field
If we had to put a face to 1970s masculinity, it would be the Burt Reynolds. With countless women chasing that iconic mustache, the man sure did break a lot of hearts, but lo and behold, he got his heartbroken too! In 2015, the late actor told "Vanity Fair" that his biggest regret was losing the love of his life Sally Field.
Reynolds admitted that in retrospect, it was stupid to let her go like that, saying that you can find the perfect person and then do everything possible to mess it up. The actor missed her terribly until the very end.
The Brutish Crosby
In 2019 director Cameron Crowe released the documentary "Remember My Name" about the late legendary singer and musician David Crosby. As the central figure to both The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby made a huge contribution to American rock music. But all that comes at a price.
According to the late rocker, his music-making years were not his kindest. In the documentary, Crosby looked back on how he treated his peers, saying that none of those people spoke to him later in life and that some of the things he did were just awful. It's not easy being a rockstar.
Clooney Misses Central Park
George Clooney has reached sky-high levels of fame and has clearly led a glamorous life. But with countless blockbusters, gorgeous women, and even success as a director, the actor has some regret about fame. In a 2014 interview with "Esquire," he said that the life of a celeb at times feels isolating.
In the interview, he continued by saying that he hadn't even walked in Central Park for over 15 years. Truthfully, that does sound a little hard, though we're sure many would be happy trade places with him.
No School for Sophie Turner
Many kids would have killed to get a part of the legendary "Game of Thrones," let alone miss a couple of years of school in the process. Actress Sophie Turner, however (aka Sansa Stark), feels a little differently about the whole experience. The English rose who worked on the show from age 13 to 24 revealed her true thoughts on the "The Graham Norton Show."
The actress admitted to Norton, “I wish I’d had the university experience." She continued to lament over the fact that she never got to experience her teen and college years going out with her friends without being photographed. Sometimes normalcy is all stars wish for. The grass is always greener, as they say.