Here's a shocker: Celebrities don't always give the best advice. Especially when it comes to dating. Here are some questionable tips famous people have given about dating and relationships over the years . . .
Gwyneth Paltrow on ending arguments: "Whatever you're doing, do the opposite. If you feel angry, go at him with love and you give him [oral relations]."
Adam Levine on his typical first date: "I always like to dress up in a tuxedo and tell the girl to dress real fancy. I like to pick her up and go to McDonalds in a tuxedo. It's my move.
"You don't have to shell out a bunch of money on the first date. You don't want to show it all off on the first date, you know? Dress fancy, but go to McDonalds. Her world will be so rocked."
Uma Thurman on guys who cheat: "It seems harder and harder to make contact with men, especially for mature women. But it's better to have a relationship with someone who cheats on you than someone who doesn't flush the toilet."
July Delpy's advice to men: "We need you to be reachable at all times, but we don't always pick up our phones when you call. We realize this seems like a double standard; if you'd like to discuss it further, just leave a message."
Megan Fox on guys in their 20s: "Boys in their 20s are a waste of time. They have nothing to offer conversationally; they're immature."
Kesha on how to get over a breakup: "Start by writing a nasty song about him, have your record come out all over the world, then make out with some hot bearded dude."