Some of the biggest stars talk about their favorite ways to spend Valentine's Day.
For British actor Jude Law, those sentimental 24 hours are a way to bond with his four children.
SOUNDBITE: Jude Law, actor, saying (English):
"I don't really celebrate it. I usually send my kids cards and chocolate and that's about it. And hope that they remember and make me a card."
Oscar nominated actor Hugh Jackman prefers to keep his plans top secret and off the air.
SOUNDBITE: Hugh Jackman, actor, saying (English):
"The key ingredient to romance is surprise. And it would really not be good if my wife heard on national television what I was planning for her. Sorry! But it will be something different, something different. You can't pull out the same routine."
And his Les Mis co-star, actress Anne Hathaway, will be donating part of her time to help end violence against women.
SOUNDBITE: Anne Hathaway, actress, saying (English):
"Actually I am working on a project right now with Eve Ensler and V-Day called One Billion Rising which is focusing on ending violence against women in the world by getting people to dance and right now we have 182 countries committed to dancing on Valentine's Day. So, I am going to be dancing to try to end violence against women."
Rapper Flo-rida revealed his soft side, saying he prefers to keep things close to home.
SOUNDBITE: Flo-rida, rapper, saying (English):
"I mean, really, since I was little, I really just turned my attention to my mom."
While Jennifer Lopez summed up her plans with just one word.
SOUNDBITE: Jennifer Lopez, entertainer, saying (English):
But when it comes down to it, most will end the day with a good old fashioned lip lock.
SOUNDBITE: Dwight Yoakam, singer, saying (English):
"Valentine's Day? Kiss her."
And the same goes for Sean Paul.
SOUNDBITE: Sean Paul, rapper, saying (English):
My favorite thing to do on Valentine's Day is kiss, I like it, yeah, all of that."
Valentine's Day is celebrated in many countries around the world on February 14th.