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26th Sep '16 1:05:54 PM Basstian
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* Rock guitar hero and nice guy extraordinaire Music/BrianMay got some flak from the press in the late 80's when he left his wife and children for actress Anita Dobson, with whom he'd already been involved for a few years but hitherto strongly denied there'd been anything going on. Fans seemed not to mind, though, and they welcomed her. When it was later revealed Brian had cheated on Anita as well, for a while, with his secretary, both Brian and Anita got redemption and it was the other woman who received public humiliation. She's probably relieved there was no Twitter back then.
25th Sep '16 10:12:48 PM dmcreif
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* In ''Series/Daredevil2015'', Wilson Fisk begins a romantic relationship with art curator Vanessa Marianna. Unfortunately, his associates Leland Owlsley and Madame Gao see Vanessa as distracting Fisk from the day to day needs of his criminal enterprise. Thus they try to have her killed at at a charity gala that Fisk is throwing by poisoning her wine. She barely survives due to Fisk immediately rushing her to an emergency room. When Fisk learns of Owlsley's role in the attempt, he throws him down an elevator shaft.
11th Sep '16 9:00:26 PM LaughingGiraffe
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* R. K. Milholland, creator of the webcomic SomethingPositive, did his best to avoid mentioning his partner on his website, since apparently some of his fans took to harassing her online and, in one particularly creepy example, in person at her job.

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* R. K. Milholland, creator of the webcomic SomethingPositive, did his best for a long time to avoid mentioning his partner on his website, since apparently website. Apparently some of his fans took to harassing her online and, in one particularly creepy example, in person at her job. job, after meeting her at conventions Milholland was attending. Much of his fanbase was thus completely unaware that he was even in a relationship, let alone married, for a number of years.
21st Aug '16 4:10:26 PM LaughingGiraffe
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* R. K. Milholland, creator of the webcomic SomethingPositive, did his best to avoid mentioning his partner on his website, since apparently some of his fans took to harassing her online and, in one particularly creepy example, in person at her job.
19th Aug '16 9:44:47 PM merotoker
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* ''Series/GilmoreGirls'' discussed the TropeNamer.
-->'''Rory:''' Music/YokoOno? really?
'''Lane:''' A very misunderstood artist and Music/TheBeatles would’ve broken up anyways.
'''Rory:''' Have you shared this theory with anyone?

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* ''Series/GilmoreGirls'' discussed the TropeNamer.{{Trope Namer|s}}.
-->'''Rory:''' Music/YokoOno? really?
really?\\
'''Lane:''' A very misunderstood artist and Music/TheBeatles would’ve broken up anyways.
anyways.\\
'''Rory:''' Have you shared this theory with anyone?anyone?\\



* Inverted in [[http://thecurvature.com/2009/01/03/yoko-ono-a-feminist-analysis-part-3-woman this]] article, which says that Yoko enhanced John's life. Unfortunately, it seems to hold that Creator/YokoOno, [[Music/{{Wings}} Linda McCartney]], and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick Heather]] [[GoldDigger Mills]] were [[PuritySue flawless heroines]] and that the Beatles were [[HeManWomanHater misogynist]] [[JerkAss jerkasses]]. [[SarcasmMode After all,]] [[UnfortunateImplications none of them had any "real" flaws]], [[TheUnfairSex only misogynist husbands.]] The writer of this article obviously didn't bother with research.

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* Inverted in [[http://thecurvature.com/2009/01/03/yoko-ono-a-feminist-analysis-part-3-woman this]] article, which says that Yoko enhanced John's life. Unfortunately, it seems to hold that Creator/YokoOno, [[Music/{{Wings}} Linda McCartney]], and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick Heather]] [[GoldDigger Mills]] were [[PuritySue flawless heroines]] and that the Beatles were [[HeManWomanHater misogynist]] [[JerkAss jerkasses]].{{jerkass}}es. [[SarcasmMode After all,]] [[UnfortunateImplications none of them had any "real" flaws]], [[TheUnfairSex only misogynist husbands.]] The writer of this article obviously didn't bother with research.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'': Some fans of the show feel this way about Tom Sloan. He starts dating Jane near the end of season 3, but his growing attraction to Daria causes a serious rift between the two girls, who, up until then, were inseperable for most of the show. This fact is not lost on Daria, and when she and Tom kiss each other it hurts her friendship with Jane for a while.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'': Some fans of the show feel this way about Tom Sloan. He starts dating Jane near the end of season 3, but his growing attraction to Daria causes a serious rift between the two girls, who, up until then, were inseperable inseparable for most of the show. This fact is not lost on Daria, and when she and Tom kiss each other it hurts her friendship with Jane for a while.
30th Jul '16 6:00:01 PM Lawman592
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* Some fans of Creator/TimBurton complain that when he began his relationship with Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, [[LoveMakesYouUncreative his films took a sharp downturn in quality.]] They also didn't like the fact [[DungeonmastersGirlfriend his most interesting female roles seemed to be always given to Carter]] while other actresses had to make do with bland characters. On the other hand, some fans of Carter think her hooking up with Burton resulted in her wasting the prime years of her acting career doing his "silly" movies.

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* Some fans of Creator/TimBurton complain that when he began his relationship with Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, [[LoveMakesYouUncreative his films took a sharp downturn in quality.]] They also didn't like the fact [[DungeonmastersGirlfriend his most interesting female roles seemed to be always given to Carter]] Bonham-Carter]] while other actresses had to make do with bland characters. On the other hand, some fans of Carter Bonham-Carter think her hooking up with Burton resulted in her wasting the prime years of her acting career doing his "silly" movies.
2nd Jul '16 11:07:58 AM TheNicestGuy
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* In the episode "Fallen Arches" of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBros'', the trope is discussed when Dr. Venture attempts to have TheTalk with his son Dean. The TimeCompressionMontage inexplicably ends with him ranting that Tawny Kitaen broke up {{Music/Whitesnake}}. (David Coverdale did replace most of the band around the time she [[ThreeMinutesOfWrithing appeared]] in their videos, and he later married her.)
29th Jun '16 7:54:05 PM MsChibi
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Related to DungeonmastersGirlfriend, if the love interest and the rest of the band don't see eye-to-eye. Also see LoveMakesYouUncreative if the love interest somehow manages to adversely affect the performance of the musician, actor, athlete, writer, or artist. See also AppleOfDiscord, ParentWithNewParamour, and FriendVersusLover. For the exact opposite, see CreatorCouple and ContractualPurity. If you were thinking of [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann another Yoko]], see LastKiss.

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Related to DungeonmastersGirlfriend, if the love interest and the rest of the band don't see eye-to-eye. Also see LoveMakesYouUncreative if the love interest somehow manages to adversely affect the performance of the musician, actor, athlete, writer, or artist. See also AppleOfDiscord, ParentWithNewParamour, CoupleBomb, and FriendVersusLover. For the exact opposite, see CreatorCouple and ContractualPurity. If you were thinking of [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann another Yoko]], see LastKiss.
29th Jun '16 7:53:31 PM MsChibi
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Seems to be most prevalent with musicians, but also happens with actors' and athletes' love interests. Whether or not they ''deserve'' the hate is another matter entirely. Here there be FanDumb, for you can rest assured that it will never, ''ever'' occur to any of the people who buy into this trope that the lives and relationships of celebrities are simply ''none of their business''.

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Seems to be most prevalent with musicians, but also happens with actors' and athletes' love interests. Whether or not they ''deserve'' the hate is another matter entirely. Here there be FanDumb, for you can rest assured that it will never, ''ever'' occur to any of the people who buy into this trope that the lives and relationships of celebrities are simply ''none of their business''.
business'', or that celebrities are as entitled to pursue relationships with whomever they choose as anyone.
28th Jun '16 7:31:34 PM MsChibi
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* In Japan, female entertainment stars have a much less likely rate to get married than men. Get caught dating one person and you could be deemed a "slut" by some [[FanDumb Otakus]] or fans. A few idols gotten caught in scandals that damaged their careers. However, as said earlier, being a lesbian on [=TV=] or drama [=CDs=] is perfectly acceptable since it is "[[HetIsEw pure]]".

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* In Japan, female entertainment stars have a much less likely rate to get married than men. Get caught dating one person and you could be deemed a "slut" [[SlutShaming "slut"]] by some [[FanDumb Otakus]] or fans. A few idols gotten caught in scandals that damaged their careers. However, as said earlier, being a lesbian on [=TV=] or drama [=CDs=] is perfectly acceptable since it is "[[HetIsEw pure]]".
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