Cupid's Pulse Article: New Celebrity Couple: Britney Spears and Charlie EbersolCupid's Pulse Article: New Celebrity Couple: Britney Spears and Charlie Ebersol

By Katie Gray

In the latest celebrity news, Britney Spears Day recently occurred in honor of the singer — reaffirming her lyrics, “She’s so lucky. She’s a star.” In addition, the pop star has confirmed that she’s half of a new celebrity couple! According to, “Britney Spears got her own day (aptly named ‘Britney Day’) in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Nov. 5, and to celebrate, she opened up and confirmed that she does indeed have a new boyfriend.” The lucky fellow is none other than producer and writer Charlie Ebersol, son of Dick Ebersol, the co-creator of Saturday Night Live. 

Celebrity couples find all kinds of ways to announce their relationships and love. How can the rest of us announce the news to our family and friends?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Deciding when to go public with a relationship and love can be a tough decision to make; therefore, it requires a lot of thought. You should be sure that you genuinely like the person and that you’re in it for the long haul. Cupid has some love advice:

1. Be sincere: When you genuinely like a person and are an exclusive item, it’s a sign that you can go public. Sincerity is a subtle quality found in all successful partnerships. Once you have established that you’re compatible together, you are ready to show the rest of the world!

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2. Be serious: A great way to decide if you should go public with a new love is if the relationship is serious. Tons of celebrity couples jump into relationships (and even marriages!) too quickly, but in reality, nobody wants to take a boyfriend or girlfriend home to meet their families if they are simply a fling. When you know your partner will be around for a while, it’s time to show the world.

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3. Be sure: When you know, you know. If you are absolutely positive that you like this person, it is an acceptable time to take the relationship public. By this point, you’re sure they aren’t a psycho; you know they’re responsible; and you know their likes and dislikes. Thus, you can feel comfortable sharing your happiness with your family and friends.

How have you known when it was time to take your relationship and love public? Share your thoughts below.