When Mr. Right Isn’t Famous

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When Mr. Right Isn’t Famous

by The Insider 3:18 mins

Back in the 1999 romantic comedy “Notting Hill,” Julia Roberts falling for a normal guy, played by Hugh Grant, was something that only happened in the movies. But these days, some of Hollywood’s hottest female stars are choosing men who are mere mortals. Sandra Bullock opened up to “The Insider With Yahoo” at the “Minions” premiere about her perfect beau, saying, “I just identify with someone who can love and admire somebody else. There’s no competition between the two, that they’re there for each other.” Maybe that’s why she’s steering clear of Hollywood types these days and hanging with her new boyfriend, photographer Bryan Randall. Breanne Heldman of Yahoo Entertainment explains why celebs are finding love away from the spotlight, telling “The Insider,” “These men still challenge them. There isn’t the competition on who’s more famous, who’s making more money per picture, but there is still an ambition in these men. These are mostly successful men in their fields.” But how does an average Joe land a big-name star like Sandra, Reese, or Julia? Check out this video for an inside look at when Mr. Right isn’t famous, and tune in to “The Insider With Yahoo” on TV tonight for the latest in entertainment news.