Adam Sandler and Brooklyn Decker appear with host Kevin Manno during MTV’s “The Seven” at the MTV Times Square Studios on February 7, 2011 in New York City
Also more pics added of Adam and Brooklyn arrived at MTV’s Studios
Continuing along with movie promotions, Brooklyn Decker and Adam Sandler joined forces for a “Just Go With It” interview in New York City on Monday evening (February 7).
The pair of co-stars both greeted fans as they arrived separately at MTV Studios to appear on the network’s program called “The Seven”.
Brooklyn and Adam are both gearing up for Friday’s release of the Dennis Dugan directed comedy flick also starring Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman.
Sure to be full of laughs, the flick is about “a man who enlists the help of a woman and her kids to land the woman of his dreams.”
Brooklyn Decker stars in the brand new romantic comedy “Just Go With It” in cinemas February 11th alongside the fab Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. Brooklyn is married to tennis ace Andy Roddick and has appeared in “Sports Illustrated” magazine every year from 2006-2010 – appearing on the cover in 2010. She plays the object of Danny’s affection in the movie who discovers he already has a family…..or has he?? Could his cunning plan be about to backfire?
98FM’s Gossip Girl Siobhan O’Connor was whisked away to L.A. thanks to all the lovely people at Sony Pictures and what a weekend it was – not only hanging out with Brooklyn but Jennifer and Adam aswell who gave her tips on where to go to celebrate her birthday!
Brooklyn Decker’s Tips for Relationship Bliss
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we turned to cover girl Brooklyn Decker for relationship advice (her hubby is tennis pro Andy Roddick). Her number one tip? “Let yourself fall in love, even if it seems scary!”
Go to bed happy
.Just resolve it. Just get through it. I think that’s in any relationship–friendship, a girlfriend, a husband someone you love. If you figure your stuff out before you go to bed for the night, you won’t sleep on anything bad, nothing will build up, you’ll never resent each other. You’ve got to get through your issues before the day ends. It’s really important.
Allow your partner to have their own strengths.
I don’t try to convince [Andy] to do any modeling in bathing suits and he doesn’t try to convince me to play tennis. We leave each other to our own strengths. He got to come to set which was nice. He’s very proud. I think he’s happy to see me happy doing something. As much as I loved my modeling career, there’s something so stimulating about this. To see someone really happy doing what they do, it’s a nice thing for any partner to see.
On a romantic night, I have the most fun when I’m seeing music or going to a comedy show. It’s not a crazy night out, but you do get to do something special. It’s all very fun.