Because people can and will complain about almost anything if given the opportunity, Leonardo DiCaprio spoke to Rolling Stone about how his love life took a dive after Titanic came out because of how much women loved his character. Oh, the woes of being fantastically rich, talented, gorgeous and famous. It must be so hard to find a woman with all those impairments.
Leonardo DiCaprio, who is promoting Inception, covers the new issue of Rolling Stone and inside he gets shirtless on a bed. He also talks about growing up in Hollywood, dating and losing his childhood peers Jonathan Brandis and River Phoenix to suicide and a drug overdose.
“I had better success meeting girls before Titanic. My interactions with them didn’t have all the stigma behind it, not to mention there wasn’t a perception of her talking to me for only one reason.” SOURCE
Really? He can’t find a single girl who would go out with him for his personality? Oh come on. To be honest though, Leo never really did anything for me; seriously, the guy has a terminal case of baby-face. Anytime I even try to think of him in a sexual way, I hear Chris Hansen‘s voice in the back of my mind asking me to have a seat over there.