They seem happy, and age ain't nothin' but a number, right? We look back on their relationship history — since it all began in 2008…
2008: 14-year-old Liam sings Frank Sinatra’s in for his X Factor audition and Cheryl, who was married to Ashley Cole at the time, is on the judging panel. I think you’ve got charisma and you give us that cheeky little wink.’ January 2016: Liam and Cheryl are reportedly dating, after getting together around the final in mid December, and he gets a rose tattoo on his hand that resembles her controversial bum tat.
Cheryl and Liam's romance was pretty unexpected so it was understandable that Cheryl’s ex-husband seemed pretty unhappy about it and Liam Payne’s ex-gf Sophia Smith has said it’s ‘so weird’.
BUT now we've got used to the idea, it's actually pretty cute.
Liam also changed his Instagram profile picture to the two of them together.
2nd March 2016: Cheryl posts a picture with a mystery arm in the back of a car which obvs makes the internet go mad trying to track down the owner of said limb – discussing watch brands, jumpers and the likes.
The article claims that Marilyn ''admitted'' to to sexual encounters with actresses Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwyck, Marlene Dietrich and Elizabeth Taylor, as well as with both her acting coaches, Natasha Lytess and Paula Strasberg.
Except for Ava, of course, who lingered like a haunting refrain.” The marriage proposals were endless. you’re nothing but a hoodlum.” Billie Holiday, just eight months older than Sinatra, had been a success long before he was, recording hits while Frank was scrounging for singing gigs in Hoboken.
London Evening Standard Columnist Thomas Wiseman reported, “Frank Sinatra and Lauren Bacall would marry within six months, baring an act of providence or Ava Gardner.” Other near-misses included Juliet Prowse, Gloria Vanderbilt, Marilyn Monroe, Pamela Churchill Hayward and Edith Mayer Goetz, daughter of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio head Louis B. The latter, when asked by Frank to marry him, famously responded, “why Frank, I couldn’t marry you . He was in love with the ragged texture of her voice and her incomparable laid-back phrasing, and in love, too, with Billie herself: her sultry, wounded, distant presence both regal and ravaged.
Marilyn never admitted any such thing, and there is no credible documentation of her ever stating anything of the sort.
On the contrary, Marilyn herself said in her 1954 autobiography: " "A man who had kissed me once had said it was very possible that I was a lesbian because apparently I had no response to males-meaning him.