Former G4 Network Attack of the Show! co-host Olivia Munn revealed to E! News how she makes her relationship with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers work, during the final season premiere event of her hit HBO show The Newsroom.
While discussing the difficulties that arise while juggling busy schedules against a budding dalliance at a red carpet event held at the Directors Guild of America Theater, Munn commented, "You just end up making those concessions." The Iron Man 2 actress added, "You make decisions because it can't all be work and it can't all be your personal life, especially when you've worked so hard to have a career."
On the Golden Globe-nominated political drama The Newsroom, Munn plays Sloan Sabbith, a socially inept double PhD economist.
Here is a clip of Munn making nerds look good, on the Aaron Sorkin-helmed series:
Regarding her and Rodgers' hectic schedules, Munn remarked, "There's a lot of traveling, a lot of driving, and then you're just really happy with the decisions that you make. And for me, it comes at a time in my life when I end up having to say no to some work because I gotta be somewhere else."
"It doesn't make me sad or anything, because I want my life to be full and have all those experiences, so you kind of figure it out as you go," the actress added.
At the Tuesday event, Munn wore a "special ring" that Rodgers had given her after six months of dating. The actress commented, "This is a gift from my boyfriend, actually. I wore this for a premiere, and he had heard me talking to my stylist about being obsessed with it. It is such a special ring, and then he surprised me."
"It's not that kind of ring, by the way. It's not the special ring. I mean, it's a very special ring, but it is not the special ring," she said.