The Best Relationship Advice You've Ever Got From Beyoncé, Teyana Taylor, LeToya Luckett & More

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The Best Relationship Advice You've Ever Got From Beyoncé, Teyana Taylor, LeToya Luckett & More

Even a little breakup advice from RiRi!

Published March 28, 2018

Understanding love and mastering the perfect relationship still leaves many puzzled. Even those who've been married for decades don't quite have the answers to how they've made it work, but it seems like even a bit of their advice can make such a huge difference—especially when it’s from someone you know!

It may sometimes seem like some stars have it all figured out, but even with their level of praise, they still experience heartbreak, disappointment and when they're lucky, true love.

With so many celebrities serving as #couplegoals and inspiration, we've compiled a list of celebrities who’ve offered a little insight on love and relationships. And trust us, their advice is legit!

  1. Letoya Luckett: "You can't keep talking to folk that don't deserve your time."
  2. Michelle Obama: "Reach for partners that make you better."

    “Reach for partners that make you better.  Do not bring people in your life who weigh you down. And trust your instincts [...] Good relationships feel good, they feel right.” - CNN, 2011

  3. Beyoncé: "developed an unbreakable friendship."

    “We took our time and developed an unbreakable friendship before we got married.” - Glamour

  4. Jada Pinkett Smith: "have a good time together."

    “Will and I just have amazing chemistry on a lot of different levels. We love to laugh together. We love to learn together and we just love each other. We just have a good time together. I guess that’s the secret. We just really like each other.” - Watch What Happens Live

  5. Teyana Taylor: "Just follow your gut?"

    "When you catch butterflies, do you run away from it and get scared and miss out on love? Or do you just follow your gut? What does your gut tell you? And at that moment, I caught butterflies no matter what my feelings were on him five minutes prior, I was in love." - VH1 Interview, 2018

  6. Kim Kardashian: "be a little more realistic."

    "It means that I believe in love and the dream of having a perfect relationship, but my idea of it has changed. I think I need to not live in a fairy tale like that. I think I maybe need to just snap out of it and be a little more realistic." - Glamour Magazine, 2011

  7. Chrissy Teigen: "The worst thing you can do is try to lock someone like that down early on."

    ""I let him be himself for a while. The worst thing you can do is try to lock someone like that down early on, then have them think, There's so much more out there. I played it cool for a long time. Never once did I ask, 'What are we?' Marriage was never my goal, because I've never been very traditional. I was just happy to be with him." - Cosmopolitan, 2014

  8. Kylie Jenner: "Being yourself..."

    Sharing with Twitter that "being yourself is the best way to have someone fall in love with you," back in 2013, we think her advice must hold true since she has her bae, Travis Scott and an adorable baby girl.

  9. Nicki Minaj: “Don’t chase any man."

    “Don’t chase any man. Put your school first. Men love independent women. You don’t have to be a b*tch, but there’s nothing wrong with it at times. And: Men are kids at heart. They want to be nourished and pet like a dog.” - Marie Claire, 2013

  10. Rihanna: "Just believe that the heartbreak was a gift in itself!"

    Find out the full story of how Rihanna helped a fan with heartbreak.

Written by Tweety Elitou

(Photos: Prince Williams/WireImage, Myrna Suarez/WireImage for Parkwood Entertainmen, Prince Williams/WireImage)

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