In 2006 Lance Bass bravely came out publicly, Howard Stern took his show over to SiriusXM satellite radio, The Hills aired, the very first tweet was sent, and Oprah screamed at James Frey on TV for claiming his book, "A Million Little Pieces," was a work of nonfiction.
That year, Joshua Jackson entered a bunker of love with Diane Kruger, and didn't resurface until 2016. So despite being incredibly talented, smart, rich, and good looking topped with a full head of hair, he is having a hard time getting back into the dating scene. It has been ten years.
The Affair star is baffled by the new world dating game, including swiping and using the phone to get dates.
“Things have changed a little bit since last time I was single. Maybe it was there, but I don't remember it. I mean, everything's on your phone now, right?” he told Ellen DeGeneres. “There's no more talking to people anymore. You talk to somebody and they're like, 'Ugh! No, no, no, no, no! We don't do that anymore.' So, yeah, it's been quite a big change.”
Maybe online dating is the way to go?
“What would my Match.com profile be?” Joshua asked.
Meanwhile, his ex says she’s dealing with the pain the actress way—exercise, lots of exercise.
After the July breakup, she told The New York Times, “I’m probably overdoing it. I used to be a ballet dancer, but then for years I didn’t work out. As I got older and felt I needed to get toned and all those things, I started going to the gym...But now that I’m exercising, I can’t just go two or three times a week. Suddenly it’s working out every day for an hour and a half.”
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