2013 Celeb superlatives: Hollywood's biggest playboys, man-eaters
Hollywood is full of men who play the field and ladies who do the same. Who are Hollywood's biggest playboys and man-eaters? Cast your vote!
While there are plenty of people in Hollywood who find someone to love, settle down and stay that way forever, there are many others who don't. These playboys and man-eaters like to play the field, and they don't care who knows it.
It seems like Butler is rumored to be romancing a new lady every few weeks, and he once told Men's Journal that he's "not a big relationship guy." Some of his rumored romances have happened with stars such as Jessica Biel and Jennifer Aniston, to name just a few.
This Hollywood hottie has been seen with everyone from Jennifer Aniston to Jennifer Lopez to Scarlett Johansson. Cooper once told Heat magazine that dating starlets was easier than dating women outside the biz, which is easy to believe when you see his track record.
He's currently been seen holding hands and snuggling with his ex, Katy Perry. Considering how many other starlets he's been linked with, if he started hooking up with all of his exes, he'd be one very busy guy.
Her exes include Chris Brown and Drake (well, at least what's what the rumor mill says), but there's plenty more where they came from. Rihanna's got nothing on admitting to her wild side.
This year alone, she's been seen with everyone from Justin Bieber to Ed Sheeran to (most recently) Austin Mahone. That's quite a number when you realize that the year is barely halfway over. Talk about a man-eater!
She and Katy Perry share the same ex, who also happens to be on this list as well. Chances are, if you date a guy who's a playboy, you could be a man-eater. Swift has enough history with guys to fit that bill.
When you date a Kardashian, you're likely not the kind of girl people would refer to as a "wallflower." Ora has openly admitted that she's never been in love but instead likes to keep relationships "friendly" (which sounds like code for "casual").
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