The love affair between Rumer Willis and "The New Normal" actor Jayson Blair is heating up. They were recently snapped smooching in the waves at Miami Beach. Eyes tightly shut, these two seem lost in the moment, concrete examples of "fresh young love." They've offered plenty of other examples. There's a lot you can tell from the type of PDA celeb couples engage in. Although any number of conclusions can be made from one photograph, it's interesting to see what the camera's lens reveals in a few split seconds. See if you agree…
Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian
When it comes to over-the-top PDA, it doesn't get any more amorous than Scott Disick's hands-on approach with lady love Kourtney Kardashian. In a flurry of reported bad boy behavior, the freewheeling bachelor recently bought her a fire engine-red Ferrari and was also said to be shopping for engagement rings. Couple that with his "grabby" affection, and you might say Scott's going overboard to prove something.
For weeks they played coy. But it quickly became evident that the "No Strings Attached" actor has become really attached to Mila Kunis. The perpetually casual couple (back from a romantic trip in Sydney, Australia) is now carefree with their public nuzzles. Their private glances have the distinct air of familiarity, which makes it easy to believe that they've discovered a really comfortable groove.
Adrien Brody and Lara Lieto
At his film premiere in Rome, Adrien Brody took full advantage of his first public red carpet appearance with girlfriend/model Lara Lieto. In the photos the nubile "20-something" young model seems a little uncomfortable with the blatant attention. But in this instance, the only thing Brody is guilty of is infatuation with his new squeeze. Is this just another case of an older guy worshiping his trophy-muse? It's hard to say. Brody is known for his enthusiastic bursts of affection. Case in point: the 75th Oscars when he planted a big, fat juicy one on Halle Berry.
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