Hey girl ... you may be in luck after all.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes did NOT get married in a secret wedding a couple of months ago, despite what you may have heard.
According to a source close to the couple, which refutes another, different source close to the couple, reports of a wedding are bogus.
So ... who to believe with these conflicting reports?
Reports of Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes married surfaced yesterday, alleging that they tied the knot in a low-key wedding this year.
Only a few friends and family members were reportedly present for the nuptials, which would be in keeping with the celebrity couple's M.O.
There's just one minor detail, however:
Didn't happen. Any of it.
The story did not come as a huge surprise to us, as the duo is indeed very much notorious for keeping their private life ... very private.
Case in point:
Eva gave birth to the couple's second daughter Amada Lee in April, but no one even knew that the 42-year-old star was pregnant.
Mendes also kept her pregnancy with their first daughter, Esmeralda Amada, 2, out of the public eye ... and her engagement to Ryan.
If they even are.
All we can say for sure is that Ryan and Eva have been together since meeting in 2011 on the set of The Place Beyond the Pines.
We can also say that Gosling is very protective of his ladies, both in the sense of guarding their privacy, and in the way he lives his life.
He revealed during a recent visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he takes his job as a father seriously - just like anyone else would.
He said of taking Esmeralda to the park: "We always write her name in chalk, and some kid has been erasing hers and writing their name over it."
"And this kid has access to an unfair amount of chalk. My little girl doesn't care; she's like, 'Well, let's just chalk anywhere else.'"
"And I'm like, 'No!'" Gosling recalls.
"They're disrespecting your mother because she gave you this name, and they're erasing it," the 35-year-old star told the talk show host.
"So the only way to really get back at them is to erase their name. And not disrespect to their mother, but definitely put her on notice.'"
So, yeah, try not to weep openly at school or work that this man is taken, even if he may technically not be married to his life partner.