Heather Locklear wouldn't mind if her real-life beau Jack Wagner joined her on the "Melrose Place" spin-off. Locklear calls Wagner -- whom she's been dating since 2007 -- "my favorite person to hang out with besides my daughter [Ava Elizabeth, 12]."It would be great fun," Locklear, 48, told "Extra" on the set of the CW drama. So, yeah, I want him all the time." Learn 10 little-known facts about 'Melrose Place' here There's one catch, though.Less than an hour after meeting her, we were in her room with her feet pointed at the ceiling and my balls bouncing off her butt cheeks with each thrust.No, it was her two-hundred-fifty pounds of pure muscle boyfriend that convinced me to change my ways.I mean, to the point that I kinda felt lucky I only wound up with a broken jaw and some badly bruised ribs.So after that I naturally shied away from women altogether for a little while, and made a conscious effort to stay away from anyone with a boyfriend for even longer.The "Melrose Place" alum, who turns 50 in September, and the soap opera star, 51, have been dating since early 2007.Locklear was previously married to rockers Tommy Lee and Richie Sambora, whom she has one child with, Ava Elizabeth, 13.
And while I’m not exactly a pip squeak, he beat the shit out of me.
The actress, who recently had tabloids buzzing over the busty black dress she wore to a charity event in London, is now engaged to marry her longtime boyfriend, 51-year-old actor Jack Wagner, her rep recently confirmed to People magazine.
Wagner, a soap opera veteran best known for his role as the sea captain Dominick Marone on the long-running , orginally met Locklear on the set of Melrose Place back in 1994, but being that both individuals were in relationships at the time, the two didn’t begin dating until 2007.
She doesn't want him hooking up with "anyone else ...
that's a no-no." She jokes there'd only have to be love scenes, "with me, kissing me, everything me." As for her? After taping a make-out scene with Billy Campbell, Locklear admits, "It was fabulous." Expect more action.