Licensed relationship coach Darshana Hawks also spoke to us about how couples can successfully work together after a break-up and whether long engagements are ever a good idea.But first and foremost says Hawks, when it comes to talking about children, “11 years is too long to wait have that conversation.” When women fall in love with someone who is not sure about babies, it’s common for us to stick around to see what happens. “Move on till you find someone who is compatible with your desires,” she says.“We just want to have our day in court and it’s apparent that they don’t,” said de la Rua’s lawyer, Bill Reid.A lawyer for Shakira did not return a call for comment.Shakira, 36, says in an affidavit when she first met de la Rua at a concert in Argentina in 2000, “I was already a well-known and recognized artist, and my international career was established and solid.” And the Colombian singer shrugged off claims that he was her business partner and strategist, saying she just hired him out of pity.The dashing de la Rua was just “one of my numerous advisers,” she said in the court filing.Tongues were wagging when the Shakira was spotted sharing dinner at the W hotel in Barcelona with Spanish tennis hottie Rafael Nadal while shooting a music video.
In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, the sexy judge from “The Voice” says she’s a self-made woman, and that he should get over himself — and her.
He said he talked her into recording “Hips Don’t Lie,” which she initially “hated,” and orchestrated her 0 million deal with Live Nation in 2008.
He also says he “inspired” her to write the song “Waka Waka” with a recording he had made of African-inspired Colombian music, and was the one who successfully campaigned for it to be the anthem of the 2010 World Cup.
Her hips don’t lie, but her ex-boyfriend is a different story.
Shakira is calling out the former flame who’s suing her for 0 million — lambasting his claim that he’s responsible for her success and asking a judge to throw his case out.