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Celebrity 'Happy' Valentine's Day: Taylor Swift, Sarah Jessica Parker...

By Bang

Sarah Jessica Parker is spending Valentine's Day with her babysitter because her husband, Matthew Broderick, is working all day.

The former 'Sex and the City' star, who has been married for 18 years, admits she isn't doing anything romantic to celebrate the occasion with husband Matthew Broderick today (14.02.15) because he is working.

Asked if she has any special plans, the 49-year-old actress, who has son James Wilkie, 11, and five-year-old twins daughters, Tabitha and Marion, with the actor, told E! News: "Well I'm actually going to be with my children because my husband's working, so I'm going to be with my children, but I think that's kind of nice. And actually I'll be with our babysitter too. I keep making fun of her, I'm like, 'We're spending Valentine's Day together Anna,' and she's like, 'Yeah, great.' "

Matthew, 52, is currently starring in the Broadway comedy, 'It's Only A Play,' alongside Martin Short in the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in New York City, and has two performances scheduled for today.

The actor recently revealed that his long-lasting marriage to Sarah is based on "talking a lot".

He said: "We really are friends beyond everything else and we talk a lot.

"Keep talking I guess, I know how cliché that is. Too much silence is definitely not a good idea."


Taylor Swift worries about falling in love

Taylor Swift is worried about falling in love again because she fears people will see it as a "weakness."

The 'Blank Space' hitmaker, who has been single since splitting from Harry Styles in December 2013, admits she deliberately took a step back from dating to focus on her career and friendships, but fears people will see it as a "weakness" if she opens herself up to love in the future.

The 25-year-old singer, who also previously dated Jake Gyllenhaal and John Mayer, explained: "I wasn't going to sit next to somebody and flirt with them for five minutes, because I know the next day he'll be rumoured to be my boyfriend. I just kind of took the narrative back. It's unfortunate I had to do that. And it's unfortunate that now I have this feeling like if I were to open myself up to love, that would be a career weakness."

But the blonde beauty claims she has changed a lot recently and insists she no longer really cares what people think about her.

She told the US March issue of Vogue: "This last year has felt very different than any other year of my life. I've felt more settled and unapologetic about who I am and what I stand for. I think that might be one of those symptoms of growing up and becoming your own person, and depending less on other people's opinions of you. I just hope that keeps going--because I'm liking it."


Lisa Kudrow is working on Valentine's Day

Lisa Kudrow isn't upset that she is working on Valentine's Day, but admits she is "really nervous" about hosting the Writer Guild Awards.

The 'Web Therapy' star, who has been married to husband Michael Stern for 20 years, thinks it's funny that she is hosting the 2015 Writer Guild Awards (WGAs) at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles on the romantic holiday.

The 51-year-old actress said: "I most love that they decided to have their ceremony on Valentine's Day. Those conversations must have been funny: 'When should we have our awards this year?' 'Valentine's Day is perfect!' The WGAs are all about love, you know."

The former 'Friends' star has penned numerous episodes of her Showtime series, but is "really nervous" about emceeing the glamorous event, as she doesn't want to upset any of Hollywood's top writers.

She said: "That's the part that makes me really nervous! I mean, what can you do to please everyone? There's no winning, so I'm going to have fun."

Asked how she landed the job, she said: "The guild called and said, 'We're happy to tell you we had a vote, and it was unanimous: We would love to have you host.' I thought, 'OK, this could be really cool.' I truly admire writers."

Lisa also admits she hasn't had time to watch all of the films and series that are nominated yet.

She told The Hollywood Reporter: "I'm still working on it. There's too much great stuff this year. By the way, I'm so amazed by someone who can write a film. It's like, 'Wow, you sat down and wrote that by yourself?' "