Entertainment Kevin Bacon Had to Return Kyra Sedgwick's Engagement Ring After She Cried About Not Liking It
Kyra Sedgwick once ruined a film screening at Tom Cruise's house after accidentally pushing a panic button
Sedgwick said she pushed a button under the mantlepiece. It turned out it was Cruise's panic button and more than five cop cars turned up. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kyra Sedgwick let people in on an unfortunate incident she once had at Tom Cruise's house during a dinner party in the 1990s. Sedgwick, who costarred with Cruise in 1989's "Born on the Fourth of July," relayed the story to Drew Barrymore on the latter's CBS show "The Drew Barrymore Show."Sedgwick and her husband Kevin Bacon went to Cruise's house for a party and a screening of Bacon and Cruise's new movie "A Few Good Men.
The secret to a lasting marriage? Don't keep the wrong ring!and have been married for 32 years -- quite the achievement in Hollywood years. But their romance got off to a rocky start thanks to the engagement ring the 62-year-old Footloose star picked out for his future bride.
Bacon opened up about his proposal during an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show, revealing he popped the question on Christmas Eve, placing the ring box in the toe of Sedgwick's stocking.
"I had this feeling that I really, really didn't want anyone else to know," Bacon revealed. "So I didn't tell my friends, I didn't tell family, no one knew, which meant that I had to go out and find this ring all by myself, and I have to tell you that I'm really not a jewelry guy. I just don't get it. I'm just not good at picking something like that out."
The time Kyra Sedgwick pressed a secret button at Tom Cruise's house…
Kyra Sedgwick never got invited back to Tom's house after her curiosity got the best of her. © Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP/Shutterstock Kyra Sedgwick While speaking to Drew Barrymore, Kyra thought back to a star-studded party in the '90s at Tom's house, a party Kyra attended with her husband, Kevin Bacon, who was filming "A Few Good Men" with Tom at the time. "It's a pretty good story. It was a sad moment, but it was a funny story. So I was pregnant, I was very pregnant, and we got invited over to dinner," she said. "It was one of those nights that I often don't get invited to.
Despite his shortcomings, Bacon picked out a ring that he thought was "bangin.'"
"I gave it to her and she was so touched, cried, said, 'I do,'" Bacon said of Sedgwick. "And about three months later we're lying in bed and she wakes up in the middle of the night and she's crying."
Bacon was alarmed to see his fiancée in tears, saying he thought she might be ready to break up with him.
"She can't even say what's going on," Bacon shared. "Finally she goes, 'I don't like the ring!' So I talked her off the ledge. 'It's alright, it's alright, honey, we'll go back, I don't care. We'll take it back.' She felt so terrible."
Clearly it worked out just fine as the couple has been together for more than three decades and shares son Travis, 31, and daughter Sosie, 29.
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Back in December,about his longtime love, saying "Listen, putting into any kind of words 32 years of marriage is difficult, but she is the music. And it speaks to music and how powerful that is. That feeling. I lucked out. Somehow I found the person that I'm meant to be with and I'll never take that for granted."
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David Price is going to auction off his 2020 World Series ring from the Dodgers for a good cause .
David Price is used to be making difficult decisions. Price was among the first MLB players to opt out of the 2020 MLB season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Price kept his family safe and won another World Series ring, this time with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Price, 35, has already decided he's going to auction off his 2020 World Series ring for a good cause. The Dodgers awarded a championship ring to David Price, who did not play last season. Price plans to auction the ring to benefit the Players Alliance.