The currently-single "Drive" star, 30, says he has yet to find someone who is better than his two famous exes: Sandra Bullock and Rachel Mc Adams."I had two of the greatest girlfriends of all time.I haven't met anybody who could top them," the actor told U. Gosling was 23 when he began dating a 16-years older Bullock, whom he met on the set of "Murder by Numbers." Their year-long relationship ended in 2003.Magazine that he’s been confronted by accusatory women on the street who wonder why it didn’t work out with Mc Adams.He said he feels like he should be giving strangers hugs to comfort them over their misplaced heartbreak that he’s no longer with Mc Adams.
In a 2007 GQ interview, Gosling referred to their relationship as "one of the great loves of my life."According to the Canadian actor, Hollywood is to blame for the demise of his relationships."Show business is the bad guy.I really like how he explains their breakup, because it sounds like something your grandpa would say with a wise look and you’d say “I never thought of it like that, but that’s a really good way to describe it.” He said they “Went down swinging and called it a draw.” Who talks like that except cool old grandfathers?It’s also a very gracious way of saying they fought a lot and that it was mutual: “I mean, God bless The Notebook,” Gosling says.It's no secret that for many people, the dream of the ultimate Canadian couple died when Rachel Mc Adams and Ryan Gosling broke up. As US Weekly reports, the pair have been friends for years and have now become even closer while working together. ”We've already acknowledged that Mc Adams, who has seemingly managed to stay down-to-earth while starring in giant Hollywood blockbusters, is Canada's sweetheart, so we're not ashamed to say we're very interested in her love life. But that doesn't mean that the couple who made us fall in love with them in "The Notebook" aren't still the most perfect Canadian combination we could imagine. According to a slew of rumours, Mc Adams is now seeing her "True Detective" co-star Taylor Kitsch, previously best known for his role as Tim Riggins in "Friday Night Lights." And the kicker? C., and quickly on his way to being just as beloved as Gosling.