It's going to happen, and it doesn't have to be a bad thing. These love stories in miniature are romantic roller coasters: Boy meets girl. Girl has an old boyfriend who's still in the picture. The Twitterverse is split after actress Andie Mac Dowell took to Twitter to complain that she'd been bumped from a first-class seat she paid for."@American Air HELP I paid for first class & they put me in tourist because of my dog that I pre-booked & paid for," the actress tweeted.Just as quickly as the criticism poured in calling her spoiled and difficult, fans came to her rescue."We all want what we pay for," one follower tweeted.Mac Dowell went back and forth with angry tweeps, to defend herself saying "I'm very happy flying in coach I'm happy on a bus or the subway but if I play for first class, that's where I want to be, that was the point."But she didn't stop there.When Gray’s ex-hubby, Bo, gets engaged to a 20-something designer he’s known less than a year, it’s all over the tabloids.
Meanwhile, Rita decides to finally fight for Ben - but is she up for taking on life-long mean girl Amanda?She told ES magazine: "We didn't grow up watching her movies.It's not possible to get through life without watching a few date movies. The actress stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" on Monday night, where Andy Cohen put her in the hot seat in a game of "Plead the Fifth." The host started out strong with a question about the one movie that she starred in that "she's just not that into." After a moment of hesitation, the Hollywood veteran admitted that she wishes her movie, "Bad Girls," was "more bad." "I was like, 'Lets be like dudes, but like women, but like dudes," she said of the 1994 film that also starred Andie Mac Dowell and Dermot Mulroney. (Yes, they were actually married.) "Tom Green, I think is a very unique human being ...Cohen also wanted Drew to spill the tea on her dating life.