Cupid's Pulse Article: Michelle Williams and Jason Segel Show PDA at Movie PremiereCupid's Pulse Article: Michelle Williams and Jason Segel Show PDA at Movie Premiere

Everyone is talking about Hollywood’s newest couple, Michelle Williams and Jason Segel. The two attended the premiere of Segel’s new movie, The Five-Year Engagement at the Tribeca Film Festival. According to People, they didn’t leave each other’s side for the entire after party at the Museum of Modern Art. The couple looked very happy holding hands, snuggling and whispering sweetly to one another for the entire evening. When asked about his own potential engagement, Segel said, “My plan is to get her to marry me as quickly as possible before she finds out who I really am. I’ll do it romantic, but I’ll do it like over a three-day weekend. We’ll meet on Friday, have our first date on Saturday, engaged on Sunday and married on Monday.”

How do you know when it’s OK to show PDA?

Cupid’s Advice:

PDA is okay as long as it’s done in a casual setting and isn’t overdone. A kiss and a warm touch here and there is perfectly cute and acceptable, but once you feel the need to get a room, you need to tone it down.  Cupid has some tips:

1. Stay away from PDA is a business setting: When you bring your partner to meet your co-workers or to the company holiday party, this is never the time for PDA.  Keep it professional.

2. At the beach: No one can resist their partner in a swimsuit. So, PDA at the beach or poolside is perfectly acceptable. Feel free to hold hands, steal a kiss or wrestle in the waves.

3. After a big achievement: When your partner has just won an award or scored a point in a sports game, this is the perfect time for PDA. Show your congratulations and affection with a kiss.

When does PDA go from being cute to they need to get a room?  Share your stories and opinions below.