Emmy-winning actress confirms her 20-year marriage has ended after photos of spouse with another woman surface, more splits of 2022

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Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at all the celebrity couples who called it quits in 2022 — or whose breakups came to light this year — starting with this pair…

Emmy-winning actress Toni Collette took to Instagram on Dec. 7 to announce that she and her musician husband, Dave Galafassi, have split after nearly 20 years of marriage. “It is with grace and gratitude that we announce we are divorcing. We’re united in our decision and part with continuing respect and care for each other. Our kids are of paramount importance to us and we will continue to thrive as a family, albeit a different shape. We’re thankful for the space and love you grant us as we evolve and move through this transition peacefully. Big thanks. Toni Collette and David Galafassi,” the Oscar-nominated “The Sixth Sense” actress wrote alongside a photo of the words “Peace & Love.” DailyMail.com reported that the divorce news was released hours after sister publication Daily Mail Australia contacted Toni’s management about photos that had emerged of Dave kissing another woman, who was later identified as chiropractor Shannon Egan, at a Sydney beach.

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Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde are no longer dating, People magazine reported on Nov. 18, explaining that the pair are “taking a break” after nearly two years as a couple, citing multiple sources. “He’s still touring and is now going abroad. She is focusing on her kids and her work in L.A. It’s a very amicable decision,” one source told the magazine, adding, “They’re still very close friends.” A friend further told the outlet, “Right now, they have different priorities that are keeping them apart.” Page Six spoke to insiders who shared similar sentiments. “There is no bad blood between them. Harry didn’t dump Olivia, or vice versa,” one insider told Page Six, calling this “the right thing for both of them.” The insider further noted that “this is the longest relationship Harry’s ever had, so clearly they have a special bond.” The gossip column’s insider explained that it’s “impossible to have a relationship when he’s in every continent next year [on tour] and Olivia has her job and her kids.” Olivia shares custody of children Otis and Daisy with ex Jason Sudeikis.

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On Nov. 14, Us Weekly broke the news that Demi Moore and celebrity chef Daniel Humm had called it quits after about a year of coupledom. The A-list actress and the chef were first publicly linked in March. She made their relationship Instagram official in June.

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According to TMZ, “The Challenge” star C.T. Tamburello filed to divorce his wife of four years, Lilianet Solares, in Florida on Nov. 11. In 2020, the reality star revealed that he and his missus had briefly separated, though they reconciled later that year. The duo welcomed a son in 2016.

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On Nov. 9, The New York Times reported that Dixie D’Amelio and Noah Beck had recently called it quits following about two years of coupledom. “We can confirm that the pair are no longer together,” his rep told the Gray Lady, adding that the duo planned to “remain close friends” amid the split.

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Multiple media outlets reported on Nov. 4 that Gabby Windey and Erich Schwer — who got engaged on the finale of season 19 of “The Bachelorette” earlier this year — had called it quits just two months after their engagement aired on television. “She felt they weren’t aligned and weren’t on the same page. Gabby was hoping they could give each other space and work it out but ultimately decided they didn’t have a future,” said an E! News source.

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On Oct. 27, The Sun reported that DJ David Guetta had quietly split from actress Jessica Ledon — who’s 25 years his junior — following seven years of coupledom. “David had grown apart from Jess and their lifestyles just weren’t compatible anymore. He had to be in Ibiza through the summer for his residency there, whereas she was in the [United States]. They have so much history together that all of us around them thought they were made for each other but it hasn’t worked out that way. They haven’t completely cut contact so some of us are hoping they will patch things up. It’s a real shame because they were a great couple but he isn’t letting himself get hung up about things,” said a source.

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On Sept. 30, Aimee Hauer revealed on TikTok that she and Rosie O’Donnell had gone their separate ways following a few months of coupledom. “Yes, we broke up. I loved her BIG big. This one is gonna leave a mark. Processing each emotion as it comes. Feeling those feels. … I can do hard things,” she captioned a montage video including a clip of herself crying while sitting alone in a car. People magazine later confirmed the breakup news.

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After months of strife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen filed divorce documents in Florida on Oct. 28, formally ending her 13-year marriage to NFL star Tom Brady. TMZ Sports reported that the pair quietly negotiated a property settlement and agreed to share custody of their two kids. As the news broke, the former couple both took to social media to share statements confirming the end of their relationship. “In recent days, my wife and I finalized our divorce from one another after 13 years of marriage. We arrived at this decision amicably and with gratitude for the time we spent together. We are blessed with beautiful and wonderful children who will continue to be the center of our world in every way. We will continue to work together as parents to always ensure they receive the love and attention they deserve,” Tom began his statement. “We arrived at this decision to end our marriage after much consideration. Doing so is, of course, painful and difficult, like it is for so many people who go through the same thing every day around the world. However, we wish only the best for each other as we pursue whatever new chapters in our lives that are yet to be written.” Gisele posted similar sentiments, writing, “With much gratitude for our time together, Tom and I have amicably finalized our divorce. My priority has always been and will continue to be our children whom I love with all my heart. We will continue co-parenting to continue to give them the love, care and attention they greatly deserve,” she shared, adding, “The decision to end a marriage is never easy, but we have grown apart and while it is, of course, difficult to go through something like this, I feel blessed for the time we had together and only wish the best for Tom always.”

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According to Us Weekly, “Sister, Sister” star Tia Mowry filed to divorce actor Cory Hardrict In Los Angeles on Oct. 4 following 14 years of marriage. She reportedly noted in court papers that they have a prenup in place and requested joint physical and legal custody of kids Cree, 11, and Cairo, 4. “I have always been honest with my fans, and today is no different. I wanted to share that Cory and I have decided to go our separate ways. These decisions are never easy, and not without sadness,” Tia wrote on Instagram the same day. “We will maintain a friendship as we co-parent our beautiful children. I am grateful for all the happy times we had together and want to thank my friends, family and fans for your love and support as we start this new chapter moving forward in our lives.”

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Actress Robin Wright is single again. The “House of Cards” and “The Princess Bride” actress filed for divorce on Sept. 22, TMZ reported, citing “irreconcilable differences” as she seeks to end her four-year marriage to third husband Clément Giraudet, a Saint Laurent fashion brand executive who’s believed to be about 18 years her junior. She listed July 31 as their separation date and in court papers indicated they have a postnuptial agreement that keeps their assets as separate property.

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People magazine reported on Sept. 16 that Sarah Chalke’s rep confirmed the “Scrubs” alum and former fiancé Jamie Afifi “separated some time ago.” Said the rep, “They remain committed to being devoted co-parents and good friends.” The actress and the entertainment lawyer, who got engaged in 2006, share two children.

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Another serious romance bites the dust for “The Vampire Diaries” star Paul Wesley. On Sept. 18, E! News confirmed that the actor and second wife Ines de Ramon, a jewelry professional, had split after three years of marriage. “The decision to separate is mutual and occurred five months ago,” his rep told E! News. Before marrying Ines, Paul dated “The Vampire Diaries” co-star Phoebe Tonkin for four years and was married to “Pretty Little Liars” and “Chicago Med” actress Torrey DeVitto from 2011 to 2013.

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Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds announced on Twitter on Sept. 16 that he and off-on love Aja Volkman had separated for the second time: “I am saddened to say that after many beautiful years together Aja and I have separated. Being great parents to our children is our number one priority. Thank you for always supporting us with love and care for all these years,” he tweeted. A few days later, he opened up about the current state of their relationship during an appearance on “The Howard Stern Show.” Said the Grammy winner, “I love her. She is my best friend and an incredible mother, and we are going to be great parents to our kids. Relationships are so complex. We were together over a decade. We split up [and] got back together [once before]. It was kind of one of those, like, ‘can’t live with, can’t live without’ things. … Now here we are four years later at the close of a chapter, and it feels hard. It feels like mourning for me, to be honest. But it also feels like I’m just on the path that I’m supposed to be on in life.” The duo first split in 2018, then reconnected later that year and welcomed their fourth child in 2019.

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On Sept. 14, actress Brittany Snow took to Instagram to announce that she and “Selling the OC” star Tyler Stanaland had split after two years of marriage: “After time and consideration, Tyler and I have made the difficult decision to separate. This decision was made with love and mutual respect for one another. We have realized we need to take some time and make sure we are each living our most fulfilling and authentic lives. We started this journey as best friends and our relationship will continue to be a priority not only for us but for our dog Charlie. We sincerely appreciate your support and ask for privacy as we navigate this new chapter,” the “Pitch Perfect” actress captioned a photo with the pro surfer-turned-celebrity realtor, who shared the breakup news in a nearly identical statement on his own Instagram account.

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Model-designer Emily Ratajkowski filed for divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court on Sept. 8, Page Six reported, confirming months of rumors claiming her four-year marriage to film producer Sebastian Bear-McClard was over. Court documents seen by Page Six revealed the divorce is contested, which means there are issues the former couple, who share a toddler son, need to litigate. In June, Page Six was the first to report that the “Blurred Lines” video vixen and her husband had separated, with a source saying “he cheated.” Said the source of Sebastian, “He’s a serial cheater. It’s gross. He’s a dog.” Days later, an insider told People magazine, “They split recently. It was Em’s decision. She is doing OK. She is strong and focused on her son.”

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On Aug. 29, American country music singer Kelsea Ballerini announced that she and husband Morgan Evans, an Australian country music singer, had split after nearly five years of marriage. “Friends, I’ve always tried my best to share my life with you in a real and vulnerable way, while also protecting layers of my personal life as they unfold,” she wrote on her Instagram Story. “This is now public record so I wanted you to hear from me directly that I am going through a divorce.” She filed on Aug. 26. “This deeply difficult decision is the result of a journey of love, growth, and effort that ultimately has come to an end. It’s hard to find the words here … but I feel extremely grateful for the years of marriage to Morgan and hopeful for the next seasons,” she continued. “With very active schedules coming up, please be mindful that we are both fragile, actively healing, and showing up the best we can.” Morgan also addressed the split, writing on his own Instagram Story, “I am very sad to confirm that after almost 5 years of marriage, Kelsea and I are parting ways. I wish it were otherwise but sadly it is not.”

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Page Six reported on Sept. 5 that Alex Rodriguez and Kathryne Padgett had called it quits. “They broke up, but they’re super tight. It’s all good,” an insider said, adding that the retired Yankees slugger and the nutritionist and fitness model were still friendly. The pair were first seen together in January at a Green Bay Packers football game and made headlines when they were photographed vacationing in Italy together over the summer. Now, added the insider, “Alex is having fun and hanging out with his family.” A source further told Us Weekly, “There was no drama and it was amicable. They remain friends. They had fun the few months they dated, but it never got really serious.”

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After a summer of speculation about the status of their relationship, People magazine reported on Aug. 30 that sources had confirmed that Leonardo DiCaprio and model-actress Camila Morrone, who’s 23 years his junior, had split. The pair were first romantically linked nearly five years earlier in December 2017. The Oscar winner has a history of only dating women 25 and under — and Camila hit that age in June.

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Us Weekly reported on Aug. 24 that “Dancing With the Stars” pros Emma Slater and Sasha Farber had split after four years of marriage. “They’ve been apart for many months now. They both have not been wearing their wedding rings and are each leading a single life,” a source told the magazine, adding that it was a “tough decision” for the couple, who are still “figuring out” life apart and how to go their separate ways. “It’s been a difficult time [because] they really care about each other and have been together for so long,” the source said of the pair, who dated on and off for about seven years before tying the knot in 2018.

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After 25 years of marriage, it was over for Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin — until it wasn’t. The former model, who shares three daughters with the “Rocky” and “Rambo” star, quietly filed for divorce in Palm Beach County, Florida, on Aug. 19, Closer Weekly confirmed on Aug. 24. The news broke not long after Sly was seen having a tattoo of Jennifer’s face he had on his shoulder covered with an image of a bullmastiff dog. In court documents, TMZ reported, Jennifer claimed her ex was moving assets from marital funds and asked a judge to stop him; he denied her allegations. Sly shared a comment with TMZ via his rep, saying, “I love my family. We are amicably and privately addressing these personal issues.” Jennifer issued a statement to People magazine, saying, “While we will no longer be married, I will always cherish the more than 30-year relationship that we shared, and I know we are both committed to our [three] beautiful [adult] daughters.” A month later, however, Sly’s rep confirmed to Page Six that he and Jennifer had reconciled. “They decided to meet back up at home, where they talked and were able to work out their differences,” his rep explained, adding, “They are both extremely happy.” On Oct. 7, Jennifer and Sly filed paperwork to dismiss their petition for divorce.

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“Mad Men” actor Vincent Kartheiser’s eight-year marriage to “Gilmore Girls” and “The Handmaid’s Tale” actress Alexis Bledel is over. The actor filed for divorce on Aug. 10 with the Putnam County Supreme Court in New York, according to documents obtained by Us Weekly, the magazine reported on Aug. 17. Just 16 days later, a judge finalized the divorce, Page Six reported. The couple, who share a son, married in 2014 after meeting on the set of “Mad Men” three years earlier.

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Was it over for Liam Hemsworth and Gabriella Brooks after nearly three years of dating? In Touch reported on Aug. 15 that, according to a source, the Australian actor broke up with the Aussie model a “couple of months” earlier and that Gabriella was “heartbroken.” Added the source of Miley Cyrus’s ex-husband: “He didn’t want to be tied down and work has picked up since the pandemic ended.” However, a few months later in November, Liam and Gabriella made their red carpet debut as a couple, making it unclear if they reconciled or never broke up in the first place.

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Florence Pugh and Zach Braff quietly broke up earlier this year after three years of dating, the actress revealed in a cover story for the September 2022 issue of Harper’s BAZAAR, which hit the internet on Aug. 16. “We’ve been trying to do this separation without the world knowing, because it’s been a relationship that everybody has an opinion on,” the “Black Widow” and “Little Women” actress said, a reference in part to online commentary about their 21-year age gap. “We just felt something like this would really do us the benefit of not having millions of people telling us how happy they are that we’re not together. So we’ve done that. I automatically get a lumpy throat when I talk about it.

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The New York Times reported on June 22 that, according to sources, supermodel Jerry Hall and media mogul Rupert Murdoch were preparing to divorce after more than six years of marriage. More than a week later on July 1, Jerry — his fourth wife — filed for divorce in California and asked the court for spousal support and attorneys’ fees from the 91-year-old billionaire. But less than two months later, she withdrew her petition and on Aug. 12, lawyers for the former couple confirmed to The Guardian that the split was a done deal following what was clearly a quick and quiet negotiation: “Jerry and Rupert Murdoch have finalized their divorce. They remain good friends and wish each other the best for the future.” The Guardian reported that Jerry, 66 — who was previously married to Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, who later claimed their union was never legally binding — was expected to leave the marriage with a settlement that included tens of millions of dollars plus a sprawling $13.3 million Georgian country estate in Oxfordshire, England, as well as a home in the south of France.

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On June 1, El Periodico reported that, according to a source, Colombian superstar Shakira had recently dumped her partner of more than a decade, Spanish soccer star Gerard Piqué, after she caught him with another woman. The pair, who share two sons, confirmed their split on June 4. In September, she opened up about the breakup, telling Elle, “I can only say that I put everything I had into this relationship and my family.” She went on to say that she had “the big dream of having a family forever” and that “to see that dream broken or shredded into pieces is probably one of the most painful things that you can ever go through.” The chart-topper went on to allege that she put her career on the back-burner to support her ex and their two sons: “As a soccer player, [Gerard] wanted to play football and to win titles and I had to support him. I mean, one of the two of us had to make a sacrifice, right? Either he would stop his contract with Barcelona and move to the U.S. with me, where my career is, or I would have to do that instead. And so, one of the two had to make that effort and that sacrifice. And I did it. I put my career in second gear and I came to Spain, to support him so he could play football and win titles. And it was a sacrifice of love. Thanks to that, my kids were able to have a present mom, and I have this amazing bond with them that is unbreakable and that sustains us,” she said. 

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On Aug. 28, Jonah Hill was photographed packing on the PDA with a mystery woman in Malibu. It was the first indication that he and his rumored fiancée, surfer Sarah Brady (pictured), had called it quits. The duo first went public with their romance in the summer of 2021.

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According to The New York Times, Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife, philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, filed to divorce her second husband, Dan Jewett, on Sept. 26 following less than two years of marriage.

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On Oct. 7, E! News reported that Addison Rae’s mother, Sheri Easterling, was no longer dating rapper Yung Gravy, who’s 16 years her junior. “It was very short-lived and they wanted to get people talking. Sheri definitely was interested in him and loved the attention but they both knew it wasn’t going to be anything serious,” said a source of the age-mismatched duo, who made waves when they made their red carpet debut as a couple at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards in late August.

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After nearly 25 years of marriage, it’s over for Metallica frontman James Hetfield and wife Francesca, who wed in 1997 after five years of dating. TMZ reported on Aug. 13 that the rock star quietly filed for divorce in Colorado earlier this year. Details of the split haven’t been made public, but there won’t be a custody battle as all three of their kids — Cali, 24, Castor, 22, and Marcella, 20 — are now adults. 

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On Aug. 1, Ansel Elgort was snapped making out with a mystery woman in Capri, Italy. The PDA (see photos here) confirmed rumors that the controversial “West Side Story” star and his long-term off-and-on girlfriend, ballerina Violetta Komyshan, were off again. The former high school sweethearts hadn’t been seen together in public since late April.

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Grammy-winning musicians Michelle Branch and Patrick Carney split after three years of marriage in August amid her claim he cheated, but weeks later, they put the divorce on hold. “The rug has been completely pulled from underneath me and now I must figure out how to move forward,” Michelle — who shares son Rhys James, 4, and infant daughter Willie Jacquet with the Black Keys drummer (she also has a 17-year-old child, Owen Landau, from her first marriage) — told People in a statement amid the breakup, which came after the “Everywhere” singer-songwriter tweeted and deleted a message accusing Patrick of cheating on her while she was home with their 6-month-old. Things got worse before they got better: On Aug. 12, TMZ reported that Michelle was arrested the previous day after police responded to a domestic disturbance call at her Nashville home around 2 a.m., and the singer admitted she’d slapped Patrick in the face “one to two times,” court docs stated. Charges were dropped and on Sept. 13, a judge signed off on the duo’s request to suspend divorce proceedings for six months as they attempted a reconciliation.

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It’s over for Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson nine months after they started dating, multiple outlets including E! News, People magazine and Page Six reported on Aug. 5. Sources close to the former couple told E!, which broke the news, that the reality TV star and the comedian — who was shooting a movie in Australia in the weeks before the breakup — decided in the first week of August to just be friends. Though Kim and Pete have “a lot of love and respect for each other,” the long-distance nature of their relationship and their busy schedules “made it really difficult to maintain a relationship,” sources told E! Page Six further reported that, according to a Kim insider, the breakup “had nothing to do with [her ex] Kanye [West]” and that “no event caused it.”

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“Twilight” actor Cam Gigandet’s wife of 13 years, Dominique Geisendorff, filed for divorce on Aug. 1, TMZ reported. She listed May 1 as their separation date and asked a judge for joint legal and physical custody of their three kids: Everleigh, 13, Rekker, 9, and Armie, 6. Dominique is also seeking spousal support, though wants the court to block the actor from getting support from her.

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On Oct. 12, Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill took to Instagram to share a joint statement announcing that they were going their separate ways after just two years of marriage. A year earlier, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum publicly denied rumors that Mike was involved in a sexting scandal.

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Chuck Lorre — the super-producer behind hit shows including “The Big Bang Theory,” “Two and a Half Men,” “The Kominsky Method,” “Dharma & Greg,” “Cybill, “Mom” and “Mike and Molly” — has split from his wife of nearly four years, “The Blonde Files” podcast host and social media influencer Arielle Lorre (née Mandelson). Arielle — who’s 32 years Chuck’s junior — is his third wife. “It is with mutual consideration and respect that we have decided to separate. Our plan is to move forward in different directions but with great love, admiration and gratitude for the time we shared,” the exes told Variety in a statement confirming their breakup on July 22.

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Just a couple weeks after calling off their engagement in early July, Amanda Bynes and Paul Michael ended their relationship, sources confirmed to E! News on July 26. The pair, who met while in recovery, began dating in late 2019 and got engaged in early 2020. They’d moved in together earlier this year after the conservatorship that ruled the former child star’s life for many years was dissolved by a judge in March.

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According to SFGATE, Simu Liu revealed during a Sept. 22 appearance at Dreamforce — Salesforce’s annual tech conference — that he and “Senior Year” star Jade Bender are no longer a couple. “[I’m] going through a breakup,” he said while discussing his mental health journey during a public Q&A. The “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” star and the actress were first publicly linked in June.

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On July 30 — just three months after Ne-Yo and Crystal Renay Smith got remarried in Las Vegas after romantically reconciling following a brief 2020 split — she took to Instagram to publicly accuse him of serially cheating on her over the course of their eight-year relationship. (They first wed in 2016.) On Aug. 4, TMZ reported that Crystal filed for divorce and accused her estranged husband of fathering a child with another woman.

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Hilary Rhoda filed to divorce Sean Avery during the last week of July, TMZ Sports reported on July 27. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for her split from the former NHL star after nearly seven years of marriage and listed their date of separation as July 17. Court papers revealed they have a prenup and that Hilary wants physical custody of their 2-year-old son with legal custody to be shared with Sean.

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“Southern Charm” star Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green split following more than two years as a couple, People magazine confirmed on July 20. “Shep has a real issue with monogamy and refused to commit to Taylor, telling her that he doesn’t want to be with just one person and change his lifestyle,” said a source. Added a second source, “She’s incredibly hurt, but she knows that she deserves a guy who will fight for her, not one who is so selfish. He’ll regret this.” Shep previously admitted to cheating on Taylor.

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It’s over for comedians Chelsea Handler and Jo Koy. On July 18, the former “Chelsea Lately” host confirmed the split alongside an Instagram video in which she and the stand-up comic talked about their relationship. “In anticipation of celebrating our first year together, Jo and I recorded this video early, but as many of you have noticed, it is with a heavy heart to announce that we have decided together that it is best for us to take a break from our relationship right now,” she captioned the clip. “Because of him, my life experience has changed forever. To be loved and adored by @jokoy has been one of the greatest gifts of my life.” In her lengthy post, she also praised Jo, telling him, “You blew my creativity open, my lust for working hard again, being on the road again, and you reminded me who I was and always have been, and my feet have never been more firmly planted in the ground,” she said, adding, “This is not an ending. It’s another beginning, and it’s a comfort to know that I am still loved and love this man the way the sun loves the moon and the moon loves the sun. YOUR PERSON IS COMING.” Chelsea also asked fans to “please continue to root for both of us because you never know what life will bring.”

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On July 13, Page Six broke the news that music star Grimes and WikiLeaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning had split after a few months of dating. A source told Page Six that the pair “had been breaking up for a while.” The women’s romance started after Grimes ended her off-and-on relationship with Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, with whom she has two kids, for the second time.

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Former “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star Braunwyn Windham-Burke and her girlfriend of about nine months, Victoria Brito, broke up in early July, TMZ reported on July 8, blaming the split on the women’s busy work schedules and the ex-reality TV star’s bicoastal lifestyle. (Braunwyn was splitting her time between New York City, where she and Victoria shared an apartment, and Southern California, where she has a home with her estranged husband, Sean Burke, and their seven kids.) “It just wasn’t working. They had great chemistry, but ultimately it wasn’t enough to sustain them and the long distance became too hard to maintain,” a source told People magazine. “Braunwyn is heartbroken. She fell hard, she fell fast, and she loved Vic with her whole heart. The relationship ending, it’s devastating for her.” The reality star, who came out as a lesbian in 2020, confirmed the split on her Instagram Story, writing, “My heart is just broken. The breakup with me and Vic, it’s hard. It’s hard. … This was like my first long-term female relationship that just threw me for a loop. It’s normal.”

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DailyMail.com reported on July 11 that Romeo Beckham and his girlfriend of more than three years, model Mia Regan, had recently split with busy work schedules and the long-distance nature of their relationship — she’s based in London while he’s pursuing a soccer career in Miami — to blame.

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On the July 5 episode of his “Jeff Lewis Live” radio show, “Flipping Out” star Jeff Lewis revealed that he and his boyfriend of four months, Stuart O’Keeffe, had broken up. “It was actually a very difficult decision and I’m extremely sad about it. But I felt like there really wasn’t a future there,” he said, adding that he’d been “weighing the pros and cons” of their relationship for weeks. Jeff alleged that the cookbook author was “constantly choosing his social life” over their relationship. “We have very good chemistry, we have a lot of fun together, we’re very compatible. I love the guy, I adore the guy. … But we’re just not on the same page when it comes to relationship and family. … I don’t want the guy at the bar. I want the guy who stayed home from the bar. … I want to prioritize my [5-year-old daughter], my house, my businesses — all of that,” he said, as reported by People magazine. “This was not a rash decision. This has been going on for weeks…” Stuart told People, “I’m heartbroken. I love him very much.”

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The U.S. Sun reported on July 7 that “Good Morning America” meteorologist Rob Marciano’s wife Eryn filed for divorce in Westchester, New York, back in June 2021 following 11 years of marriage. “The last couple of years have been very difficult. I didn’t want this and tried to save the marriage, but we are sadly divorcing. My focus now is on my kids,” the weatherman later said in a statement. He and his estranged spouse have two kids.

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Deux Moi reported on June 27 that Bill Hader and Anna Kendrick were “definitely broken up” after going their separate ways “within the past month or so.” The following day, “Entertainment Tonight,” citing a source, confirmed that the “Saturday Night Live” alum and the “Pitch Perfect” star had, in fact, “broken up.” The “Barry” actor and the “Up in the Air” actress were first publicly linked in January. At the time, People magazine reported that they’d been quietly seeing each other for more than a year.

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On June 16, TMZ and People magazine broke the news that “Tiger King” star Joe Exotic, who’s serving time in prison for his role in a murder-for-hire plot, and John Graham had called off their engagement and broken up. John, who finished his sentence in March, reportedly broke up with the former big cat keeper after he was released from the federal prison in Texas where they met. Joe’s lawyer said on his behalf, “Joe would like to believe that they did fall in love. However, now that [John] has gone home, he has moved on. … [Joe] has nothing to say [that’s] bad about John Graham and wishes him well as he gets his life back.” Joe didn’t stay single for long: His lawyer added that “a very special man” had come back into Joe’s life and a few days later, Joe announced on Instagram that he’d reconnected romantically with former love Seth Posey. “Me and Seth have picked up where we left off and I couldn’t be happier,” he captioned a photo of his back-on beau.

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On June 22, multiple media outlets reported that model Kendall Jenner and her boyfriend of two years, NBA star Devin Booker, had called it quits. “Kendall feels like they’re on different paths,” a source told “Entertainment Tonight.” A second source told “ET” the pair “have had discussions about their future” but “are not on the same page.” E! News reported that Kendall and Devin had a great time together at her sister Kourtney Kardashian’s wedding in Italy in May, “but once they got back, they started to feel like they weren’t aligned and realized they have very different lifestyles.” The reality star then told the professional basketball player that she “wanted space and time apart,” the E! source added. However, within weeks, they appeared to be back on, and by August, the supermodel had confirmed a reconciliation as she posted a photo of them on vacation together in Idaho on Instagram.

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On June 17 — less than six months after Michelle Young and Nayte Olukoya got engaged on the finale of season 18 of “The Bachelorette” — they announced that they’d called off their engagement. “I’m struggling to say that Nayte and I will be going our separate ways but I stand with him in knowing the heaviness that is present in both our hearts as this relationship has been very real for us,” the teacher wrote on her Instagram Story. “To you, Nayte, you quickly became my best friend and the love I have for you is incredibly strong. I will never stop wanting to see you succeed.” Nayte added, “Michelle and I are going to move forward separately. Hearts are heavy, emotions are high and we are dealing with this the best way we can.”

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On June 20, “The Bachelorette” season 17 lead Katie Thurston took to her Instagram Story to confirm that she’s no longer with John Hersey, a contestant she sent home early in her season but started seeing in November 2021 — a month after ending her engagement to season 17 winner Blake Moynes. “Statement: No, we aren’t together,” Katie wrote. John also addressed the split on his Instagram Story, writing, “As Katie stated earlier, we are no longer dating. The decision was not made lightly and it was obviously not an easy one to make.”

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It’s over for “Parenthood” co-stars Lauren Graham and Peter Krause after more than a decade as a couple. The “Gilmore Girls” actress’s rep confirmed to People magazine on June 17 that the pair “quietly ended their relationship last year.” Lauren and the “Six Feet Under” actor started dating after they began working together on the TV series “Parenthood,” on which they played siblings.

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On June 16, “Jacka**” star Johnny Knoxville filed to divorce his second wife, Naomi Nelson, after almost 12 years of marriage, TMZ reported. He cited irreconcilable differences, according to court documents, and indicated their date of separation was Sept. 24, 2021 — their 11th wedding anniversary. The actor and stunt performer (real name: Philip John Clapp) is asking the court for joint legal and physical custody of their kids, Rocko, 12, and Arlo, 10.

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On June 14, People magazine reported that Jason Momoa and Eiza González had split after beginning a romance in February in the wake of his breakup from wife Lisa Bonet. “They’re just very different people,” one source said of the “Aquaman” star and the “Baby Driver” actress. Another source, however, told the magazine that the duo were “hoping they might work it out.” Said the second source, “They love each other very much having dated quietly for some time before it became public. … [But] they are in different life stages.” In late July, the pair were spotted together on a romantic motorcycle ride in Malibu, sparking speculation that things were back on.

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Actor Michael B. Jordan and influencer Lori Harvey — the stepdaughter of comedy star Steve Harvey — split after a year and a half of dating, a source close to the former couple confirmed to People magazine on June 4. “Michael and Lori are both completely heartbroken. They still love each other,” the source said, adding, “Michael matured a lot over the course of their relationship and was ready to commit for the long term. He let down his guard with her, opening up emotionally in a romantic relationship for the first time. They had great times together and brought out the best in each other.” People later revealed in another story, citing an insider, that Lori “wasn’t ready to commit” because the founder and CEO of SKN by LH is “very focused on her career.” According to the insider, Lori — who’s a decade younger than Michel — “realized that they weren’t on the same page” while she and the movie star “were making plans for their future.” Added the insider, “She still wants to have fun and be free. Michael is a great guy. She is sad that their relationship didn’t work out, but she is moving on.”

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On June 2, People magazine broke the news that Bella Thorne and Benjamin Mascolo had “parted ways, calling off their engagement of over a year.” Said a source, “Their conflicting schedules led to a lot of time apart that eventually resulted in the breakup, but the two have parted ways amicably.” The Italian pop singer soon took to Instagram to share a lengthy, since-deleted note confirming his breakup from the singer-actress: “I’m deeply grateful for every single moment we shared,” he gushed, adding that his former fiancée “saved” him by teaching him what “unconditional love means.” He also added, “I wish only the best to this person and will always be there for her.”

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In mid-August, JoJo Siwa’s off-and-on girlfriend, Kylie Prew, announced on Instagram Live that they’d called it quits for the second time. “I’ve been single for almost two months, and it’s OK. It’s not deep, I promise. Everything’s fine. Not everything has to be messy and gross because it’s not, and I just want to clear the air,” she said. She and the “Dance Moms” alum first called it quits in late 2021 and then reconciled in the spring.

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On May 30, Matthew Tyler Vorce confirmed speculation that he and Billie Eilish had called it quits. The “Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?” and “Little Monsters” actor took to his Instagram Story to shoot down claims he cheated on the Grammy winner, to whom he was first linked in April 2021. “Nobody cheated on anyone. Relationships end. Simple as that. Creating rumors and LYING on the internet is dangerous,” he wrote.

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Busy Philipps revealed on the May 27 episode of her “Busy Philipps Is Doing Her Best” podcast that she and her husband of nearly 15 years, screenwriter Marc Silverstein, quietly separated in February 2021. “It’s been a really long time that Marc and I have been separated,” she said, adding that she and Marc kept their split private for so long to protect their two children. “We love each other — very much! And we have these beautiful kids together. And there are a lot of things that really work about our relationship,” she continued, as reported by People magazine. The “Cougar Town” actress has previously been open about the aspects of their relationship that didn’t work. In her 2018 memoir, Busy even admitted she had an emotional affair with another man during a rough patch in her marriage.

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It’s over for “The Vampire Diaries” actress Candice Accola and The Fray guitarist Joe King after seven years of marriage. On May 24, Us Weekly reported that Candice, who shares two kids with the musician, filed for divorce on April 28, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. Court papers reveal she moved to Nashville following the breakup, which went down in January, while he remains in Brentwood, Tennessee.

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On May 23, a rep for former One Direction singer Liam Payne confirmed to People magazine that sometime more than a month earlier, he and and off-and-on fiancée Maya Henry had split for the second time. The news arrived after Maya — a sometime model who was first linked to Liam in 2018, accepted his proposal in 2020 and briefly split from him in the summer of 2021 before reconciling with him two months later — commented on a fan’s photo post of the singer with another woman, “I love all of the fans so much but please stop sending me these pictures of my fiancé wrapped around another woman. This is not me and it’s hard enough knowing this has happened without seeing it. Enough now.” One day after the split news was confirmed, Liam was photographed with a new girlfriend — Aliana Mawla, who starred in his 2018 music video for the J.Balvin collaboration “Familiar” — at London’s Heathrow Airport.

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EDM artist DJ Colette (real name: Colette Marino) filed to divorce “American Pie” alum Thomas Ian Nicholas on May 12, TMZ reported. She cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split and indicated that she and her husband of 12 years had been separated since September 2019. She asked for joint legal and physical custody of their two children and requested that the court honor their prenup and also not award either of them spousal support from the other.

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On May 18, multiple media outlets reported that Minka Kelly and Trevor Noah had ended their relationship again. “[They] have been broken up for a while. There is no ill will and everything is amicable between them,” a source told Us Weekly, while another source told People magazine that the “Friday Night Lights” alum was “very happy” and would “rather be single than waste her time with the wrong guy.” A second People source said the “Daily Show” host was “too focused on work and didn’t have enough time for a relationship,” though “he’s [now] back in the dating game.” A source also told E! News that Minka was “very disappointed” by the breakup, adding, “They were going in circles and ending up in the same place. It didn’t work.” Trevor and Minka were first publicly linked in the summer of 2020, briefly split in early 2021 and then reconciled and made things Instagram official in early 2022.

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On May 17, The Sun reported that Jason Sudeikis had ended his on-off romance with actress and former model Keeley Hazell, who has a small part on his hit show “Ted Lasso,” which films in England. According to the British tabloid, the pair — who were first linked in early 2021 following his 2020 split from Olivia Wilde — had been struggling to make their relationship work because of “hectic schedules.” However, later the same day The Sun reported the breakup news, Page Six acknowledged the story and reported that sources in London were saying Jason and Keeley were still hooking up.

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On April 19, “The Real Housewives of Potomac” star Ashley Darby announced that she and husband Michael Darby, a real estate developer, had called it quits. “Almost eight years ago, when Michael and I said ‘I do,’ we anticipated sharing every single day together from that moment forward. Unfortunately, that is not our current reality. We have decided to separate,” she told Bravo’s The Daily Dish. “We are aware that there will be many speculative views as to why we have made this decision. People will be quick to assume that the causes were too much intrusion by reality TV into the most personal parts of our lives, age gap issues, cultural problems, or child-rearing differences.” Ashley continued, “Pieces of all these may have affected our pure love for each other, but no one reason is the root cause of our mutual decision to go our separate ways. We are now both at very different stages in our lives and have different goals for our futures. We both want the other to achieve true happiness and fulfillment and feel that we cannot do this together.” The pair share two sons, Dean and Dylan.

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“The Real Housewives of Miami” star Lisa Hochstein and her husband of 12 years, Dr. Lenny Hochstein, are done. On May 16, the plastic surgeon told Page Six that although he previously called the breakup rumors fake news, he and the reality star had actually split. “Lisa and I are getting divorced. A few weeks ago, I denied this because I am trying my best to protect my family during this process. This is a very difficult time, and I would ask for some privacy so that we can best take care of our children who mean the world to us,” he said. Lenny quickly moved on with a new girlfriend, model Katharina Mazepa, who reportedly filed to divorce her husband, U.S. diplomat Shilo Mazepa, in 2021 following two years of marriage. Katharina told Page Six she had nothing to do with Lisa and Lenny’s breakup.

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On Aug. 8, former “The Bachelorette” star Tyler Cameron told E! News’ “Daily Pop” that he and Paige Lorenze were no longer an item: “We had to take a step back. It wasn’t the right time,” he said. “There wasn’t a dramatic split or any bad blood between us,” the blonde beauty — who was first linked to the reality star in June — told Page Six of the breakup, adding that distance (she lives in New York while he’s Florida-based) was a factor.

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“The Real Housewives of Orange County” star Dr. Jen Armstrong filed for legal separation from her husband of nearly eight years, Ryne Holliday, on May 13, Page Six reported, citing a September 2021 separation date and “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split. She reportedly asked for primary legal and physical custody of their three children with visitation rights for her estranged husband and for the court to deny spousal support to either party. 

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On Feb. 23, Aaron Carter revealed on Twitter that his roller coaster relationship with Melanie Martin had ended again: “My relationship has come to a point where we have to part ways. Please respect my privacy at this time. Thank you. … I have no intentions on being in any relationship anytime soon. I’m too scarred and I can’t trust any woman. So I’m going to protect my soul and my heart at this time,” he tweeted. The pair got engaged in 2020 and split in late November 2021 — a week after they welcomed son Prince Lyric. They’d reconciled by early December 2021. They were on good terms when Aaron died at 34 in November 2022.

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“General Hospital” alum Steve Burton took to his Instagram Story on May 4 to announce that he and his wife of more than 20 years, Sheree Gustin, had separated. He further shared that his estranged spouse — with whom he shares three children — was pregnant with another man’s baby. “Sheree and I are separated. She recently announced that she’s expecting her 4th child. The child is not mine. We are still co-parenting our three beautiful kids,” he wrote. Steve and Sheree, a fitness pro, wed in 1999. It’s unclear when they called it quits.

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On April 29, Dan Aykroyd and Donna Dixon announced that they’d split after nearly 40 years of marriage. The “Blues Brothers” and “Saturday Night Live” alum and his ex told People magazine in a statement, “After 39 years as a couple we are now on separate life paths. We remain legally married, co-parents, co-workers and business partners. This is our choice in loving friendship.” The pair wed in 1983 not long after meeting on the set of the comedy “Doctor Detroit.” They share three adult children.

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On April 26, The Sun reported that it was over for Madonna and her boyfriend of three years, 28-year-old dancer Ahlamalik Williams — who’s 35 years her junior. The tabloid reported that the Material Girl, 64, had been telling friends she was single again and that the pair hadn’t been seen together since January. “Madonna has thrown herself into a busy social life and has been seeing her friends and family after the split. She has a packed schedule, working on her upcoming biopic, new music and looking after her family,” said a source. “Things have been on and off with Ahlamalik for a while. There’s a lot of love but for now they have decided to separate. They are still on good terms and there are no hard feelings but they are at different places with their lives.” The source added, “They spent months together on tour and in lockdown, but now he has moved out of her home. With them both working on other things, it was hard to keep their romance alight.”

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A year after announcing their engagement just months after starting a secret pandemic romance in 2020, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and “Big Little Lies” actress Shailene Woodley split, In Touch reported on Feb. 16. “While Shailene is supportive of Aaron’s career, he put football first and they were barely spending any time together,” an insider told the magazine. “She felt he neglected their relationship. Neither of them was happy.” According to a second insider, the pair just “couldn’t make it work. … There were too many obstacles. They’re both adults and decided to part amicably.” A source close to the NFL star similarly told People magazine, “It was an amicable split; it just wasn’t working. They’re very different people with busy careers and there were obstacles that they couldn’t surmount. They will remain friendly; there’s no bad blood and no drama. It just didn’t work out for them.” But in the days that followed, Aaron seemed to hint that they might be back on. On Feb. 21, he shared on Instagram, “@shailenewoodley, thanks for letting me chase after you the first couple months after we met, and finally letting me catch up to you and be a part of your life. Thanks for always having my back, for the incredible kindness you show me and everyone you meet, and for showing me what unconditional love looks like, I love you and am grateful for you.” The following day, he gushed about his relationship with the Emmy nominee on the Feb. 22 episode of “The Pat McAfee Show.” And days later, the pair were spotted at a friend’s wedding in California before they took a brief trip to Florida together. However, by the end of April, they’d called it quits again, E! News reported. “Shailene tried to give it another shot and was spending time with Aaron. But she quickly saw that everything was on his terms and nothing was going to change. There was no reason to continue and she’s done with it again,” said a source.

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It’s over for singer-actress Jana Kramer and her boyfriend of six months, Ian Schinelli, a single dad and Navy SEAL reserve member she started seeing in October 2021. During an April 22 interview with “Access,” she revealed she was “kinda going through” a breakup. Ian, who went Instagram official with Jana in January, was her first serious relationship since she divorced former football player Mike Caussin in the wake of another of his cheating scandals.

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Page Six reported on April 14 that, according to a source, actress Thandiwe Newton and her husband of 23 years, filmmaker Ol Parker, had separated. A second source said that the couple had been “struggling for a while.” On April 19, the “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” writer-director was snapped leaving his home in London without his wedding ring. The following day, Page Six reported that in the wake of the split, the actress, 50, had grown close to musician Lonr (real name: Elijah Dias) — who’s in his early or mid-20s and just two years older than her eldest child, daughter Ripley. When asked for comment, Lonr said, “From the relatively short time I’ve been fortunate to spend with her, I know Thandiwe and Oliver care deeply about the welfare of their children. That’s all I care about right now.”

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In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that hit the internet on April 15, “Russian Doll” star Natasha Lyonne confirmed rumors that she and “Saturday Night Live” and “Portlandia” alum Fred Armisen had recently split after eight years as a couple. When asked if she was currently based in Los Angeles, Natasha replied, “I’m not. I had been living there with Fred during COVID. I honestly think we broke up because I wanted a swimming pool. We love each other just about as much as two people can love each other and we’re still talking all the time, but Freddy doesn’t like a swimming pool. It might seem like a mundane reason for a breakup, but during that pandemic, you’ve got to get your laps.”

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On April 11, a rep for “Glee” alum Amber Riley confirmed to E! News that the singer-actress had recently ended her engagement to Desean Black. Amber, who announced their engagement in late 2020, first alluded to the split during an appearance on a March episode of the “Nice & Neat” podcast on which she referred to herself as a “single Black female” and said the breakup was “amicable” and that she wished her ex “the best.” Added the performer, “I don’t have anything horrible or bad to say.”

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People magazine broke the news on April 12 that comedian Ali Wong and her husband of seven years, Justin Hakuta — a Fulbright scholar and Harvard Business School grad who’s the son of Japanese American inventor Ken Hakuta aka Dr. Fad — had recently called it quits. “It’s amicable and they will continue to co-parent lovingly,” a source said of the former couple, who share two daughters. A rep for the “American Housewife” actress later confirmed the split.

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Us Weekly reported on April 8 that, according to a source, “The Fosters” and “Good Trouble” star Maia Mitchell ended her six-year romance with actor Rudy Mancuso “a few months” earlier.

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It’s over — again — for Billy Ray Cyrus and wife Tish Cyrus. Tish filed for divorce from the “Achy Breaky” heart” and “Old Town Road” hitmaker in Tennessee during the first week of April, TMZ reported on April 11. They’ve been married for 28 years but in her divorce docs, TMZ reported, Tish said she and Billy Ray — who share five adult children — haven’t lived together in two years. She listed “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split and asked a judge to equally distribute their marital assets. Billy Ray previously filed for divorce in 2010, but they reconciled, and in 2013, Tish filed, only to call it off too. On April 11, she and Billy Ray issued a joint statement that was shared with People magazine. “It is after 30 years, five amazing children and a lifetime of memories, we have decided to go our separate ways — not with sadness, but with love in our hearts,” they wrote. “We have grown up together, raised a family we can be so proud of, and it is now time to create our own paths.” They continued, “We will always be family and look forward to a continued and loving shared experience as friends and parents. We have not come to this decision lightly or quickly but with so much going on in the world, we wanted to provide some clarity and closure, so we can remain focused on what is important. With Love and Hope… Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus.”

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It’s over for “Saturday Night Live” star Kenan Thompson and his wife, Christina Evangeline. TMZ reported on April 7 that the longest-running “SNL” cast member and the interior designer — who were together for nearly 15 years and married for 11 of them — had split. Sources told the webloid that Kenan and Christina, who share daughters Georgia and Gianna, had been separated for more than a year.

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On April 1, The Sun reported that Oscar nominee Andrew Garfield and model Alyssa Miller, who were first publicly linked in the fall of 2021, had split. “Andrew and Alyssa were a really beautiful couple and things were going great at first. They were together for quite some time before they went public, but work schedules mean it has been really hard to see each other,” a source explained. “On top of that it became clear that there were some differences between them and it was decided they are better off apart, for now at least.” After some debate about whether the split would stick — fueled by Alyssa’s since-deleted April 4 Instagram post that appeared to contradict breakup reports (she posted a selfie with the “Spider-Man” star along with the caption, “If you must gossip at least use a cute photo. Lol love you AG”) — other outlets confirmed it really was over. “They ended the relationship amicably a number of weeks ago,” a source told Page Six on April 6.

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On March 15, “Vanderpump Rules” stars Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney confirmed speculation that they were going their separate ways nearly six years after they tied the knot in 2016 as Bravo cameras rolled, though they didn’t file the paperwork to legalize their union until 2019 — a topic that came up often on their reality show. The former couple of more than a decade took to social media to share the sad news: Katie noted on Instagram that there were “no sides to choose,” while Tom hinted that the split was not his choice, writing, “Fully respect Katie’s decision… If would be far sadder if she decided to stay with me whilst not happy.”

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Rosanna Arquette’s fourth husband, investment banker Todd Morgan, filed for divorce on March 9, TMZ reported. The couple were married for eight and a half years and, according to Todd’s filing, separated on Jan. 1, 2022. He asked that neither he nor the “Desperately Seeking Susan” actress be awarded spousal support and that both pay their own legal fees.

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On March 4, “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” star Josh Flagg and his husband of four and a half years, Bobby Boyd, announced on social media that they’d thrown in the towel. “This might sound abrupt but I felt I should be transparent from the top rather than bury the headline. This was not a rash or impulsive decision. We have been very thoughtful before coming to this conclusion,” Josh wrote on Instagram. “It was not a lack of love but rather the two of us growing in different directions and wanting different things for ourselves. I care deeply about Bobby and have nothing but love and respect for him. I want how we separate from each other to represent that.” Bobby added in a post of his own, “If there is one thing I can say about both of us, it’s that we both gave everything we absolutely could to make this work. Unfortunately, as we have learned, sometimes love isn’t enough.”

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On March 4, People magazine reported that former NASCAR driver Danica Patrick and boyfriend Carter Comstock, the co-founder and CIO of Freshly, were no longer dating. “We were together for a while, and unfortunately it didn’t work, but it doesn’t mean that it wasn’t a really fun time and we didn’t do a lot of really amazing things,” Danica told the magazine of their breakup, which she said took place a few months earlier. “It doesn’t mean that there’s something wrong with either of us. It’s just a matter of finding someone who you can stand the test of time with.” The pair took their romance public in April 2021 — less than a year after Danica split from NFL star Aaron Rodgers — after being set up by the co-founders of wellness brand Beam, a company in which both are investors.

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On Feb. 28, wrestling legend Hulk Hogan confirmed that he divorced second wife Jennifer McDaniel, whom he married in 2010, and had been enjoying life with someone new. “Yo Maniacs just for the record, the Facebook and Instagram posts are of me and my girlfriend Sky, I am officially divorced, sorry I thought everyone already knew, love my Maniacs4Life,” he shared on social media. TMZ Sports, citing court records, confirmed that Hulk filed for divorce in October 2021 and that it had already been finalized.

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Just a few weeks after social media influencer and model Paige Lorenze shared a PDA-packed photo of herself with her boyfriend, controversial country music star Morgan Wallen, on Instagram in February — finally confirming reports that they were dating — she ended things, Page Six reported on Feb. 27. “She suspected he was cheating on her with multiple people,” a source told Page Six. “After they went public, Paige started getting all these messages on Instagram from girls saying, ‘I was with him. We slept together.'” The DMs quickly “snowballed, and it got to a point where it was just too much” for her, said the source, adding, “She’s heartbroken.” A second source confirmed to Page Six that Morgan was “indeed single and focused on being a dad” to his 1-year-old son, Indigo, with ex-fiancée Katie Smith. Morgan and Paige were first romantically linked in the summer of 2021 but reports later confirmed they actually started dating far earlier and had been a couple for nearly a year by the time Paige — who made headlines in early 2021 when she went public with allegations that actor Armie Hammer abused her during their relationship — made things Instagram official.

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HuffPost U.K. published a statement from ABBA singer Björn Ulvaeus and estranged wife Lena Kallersjö on Feb. 23 announcing that they’d split after 41 years of marriage. “After many wonderful and eventful years, we have decided to go our separate ways. We remain close friends and will continue to celebrate our grandchildren’s birthdays and other family holidays together,” they said.

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On Feb. 23, TMZ broke the news that “Dancing With the Stars” pro dancer Cheryl Burke filed to divorce actor Matthew Lawrence in Los Angeles earlier in the month after less than three years of marriage. According to the webloid, she listed their date of separation as Jan. 7, 2022, cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split and indicated they have a prenup. They finalized their divorce on Sept. 19.

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After nearly five years of marriage, country music star Sam Hunt’s wife, Hannah Lee Fowler, filed for divorce in Tennessee on Feb. 18, TMZ reported on Feb. 21. The reason? Court papers revealed Hannah claimed Sam was “guilty of inappropriate marital conduct” and “guilty of adultery.” On top of the shocking split, court papers further revealed that Hannah was pregnant and due in May (the pair had not previously shared that they were expecting a child). Hannah asked the court to award her alimony, primary custody of their baby and child support. Days later, it was revealed that she withdrew her divorce petition just a few hours after filing it. TMZ later clarified, however, that she simply filed for divorce in the wrong county, so her lawyers remedied the situation by refiling in the correct jurisdiction. TMZ later reported that in April, Hannah asked the court to dismiss the divorce case and that a judge had signed off on it. The webloid further reported that the singer and the nurse had been spotted walking their dog together in Franklin, Tennessee, and that Sam had started wearing his wedding ring again, pointing to a reconciliation.

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On Feb. 17, People magazine confirmed speculation from late January that singer-actress Olivia Rodrigo and producer Adam Faze had called it quits. “They’ve been over for a bit now,” a source told the magazine.

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Chef Michael Castellon revealed in a Feb. 19 interview with Closer that he and Food Network star Alex Guarnaschelli, who got engaged in 2020, had recently broken up. “Wishing her nothing but the best,” he said.

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On Feb. 14, a rep for Julia Fox — the “Uncut Gems” actress who kicked off a headline-making affair with Kanye West after they met in Miami on New Year’s Eve — released a statement announcing that she and the rapper “remain good friends and collaborators” but were “no longer together.” She briefly addressed the breakup in a since-deleted post on her Instagram Story, writing, “Kanye and I are on good terms! I have love for him but I wasn’t in love with the man. … What do you think I am, 12 years old?!” Less than a week earlier, the New York Post’s gossip column reported that, according to a source, Julia and Ye were in an “open relationship.” Explained the source, “Their bond transcends typical norms because they’re evolved beings who just want each other to be happy. There is no jealousy or bad vibes.” They were, however, surrounded by plenty of “bad vibes” as Kanye and ex-wife Kim Kardashian spent the bulk of early February publicly feuding over their four children. Ye also made headlines in mid-February for publicly bashing Kim’s then-boyfriend, Pete Davidson.

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On Jan. 31, Hoda Kotb announced on the “Today” show that she and Joel Schiffman had called it quits after eight years together. “Joel and I have had a lot of prayerful and meaningful conversations over the holidays and we decided that we are better as friends and parents than we are as an engaged couple, so we decided we are going to start this new year on our new path as loving parents to our adorably delightful children and as friends. It’s not like something happened. They say sometimes relationships are meant to be there for a reason, a season or a lifetime, this was for a season,” she said. The journalist and the financier got engaged in 2019 — the same year they adopted their second child together, Hope, after bringing home daughter Haley in 2017.

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The rumors were true: On Jan. 24, People magazine published a joint statement from Bachelor Nation’s Maurissa Gunn and Riley Christian — who got engaged on season 7 of “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2021 — confirming they’d called it quits. “We have decided to go our separate ways. Never did we imagine this, but we’ve come to a point where we both need to work on ourselves,” they said. It’s unclear when exactly they ended their relationship.

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On Jan. 24 — about a week after Princess Cristina of Spain’s husband of 24 years, Inaki Urdangarin, was photographed holding hands with another woman, Ainhoa Armentia, in France — the royals released a joint statement announcing that “by mutual agreement,” they’d “decided to break off our marriage.” According to Britain’s Express newspaper, Inaki acknowledged the implication of the photos, telling a group of reporters, “These things happen. It is a difficulty that we will manage with the utmost tranquility and together as we have always done.” ¡HOLA! reported that Cristina — the younger of King Felipe VI of Spain’s two older sisters — “already knew” about her estranged husband’s new relationship before the photos hit the Internet (see them here).

On Jan. 21, People magazine reported that Emma Roberts and Garrett Hedlund had ended their nearly three-year romance a few weeks earlier following a few rough months. “It’s sad, and they are trying their best to co-parent. It’s been hard,” said an insider of the former couple, who welcomed son Rhodes in December 2020. A source shared a similar sentiment with “Entertainment Tonight,” saying the relationship “has been rocky for a long time and the situation is really sad right now.” Two days after the breakup news made headlines, Garrett was arrested for public intoxication in Franklin County, Tennessee.

On Jan. 20, Rolling Stone broke the news that Pamela Anderson and her husband of about a year, Dan Hayhurst, quietly called it quits. A source described the relationship as a “pandemic whirlwind” romance that simply ran its course. (Pam’s rep later confirmed the news to People magazine.) Us Weekly’s sources said the pair hadn’t “been getting along” and ultimately decided to take some “time apart.” Explained one insider, “Pamela rushed into [the] marriage. … She saw the marriage as a fresh start, but the spark has faded.” While the actress was “having regrets” about the union, her estranged husband “really wants to make the marriage work,” said the insider. A second Us Weekly source said that “Pam left Dan … without a single goodbye” after the holidays. An E! news source, meanwhile, said “there was no straw that broke the camel’s back” but rather that Dan was “not the man she hoped he was.” The “Baywatch” beauty has been married six times to five different men: Tommy Lee, Kid Rock, Rick Salomon, Jon Peters and Dan. Pam maintains her 2020 union with Jon was never legally binding, and she married Rick Salomon twice — first in 2007 and then in late 2013 or early 2014.

On Jan. 12, Jason Momoa took to Instagram to announce that he and Lisa Bonet were “parting ways in marriage” after more than four years as husband and wife and more than 15 years as a couple. “The love between us carries on, evolving in ways it wishes to be known and lived. We free each other to be who we are learning to become,” he wrote. An E! News source later shed some light on what went wrong: Amid a big boom in the “Aquaman” star’s career, he and the former teen idol realized they “wanted different things” in life and ultimately “drifted apart.” (Lisa reportedly prefers a quieter lifestyle focused on health and wellness at her home in Los Angeles, while Jason is “very focused on his career and wants to work.”)

On Jan. 10, DailyMail.com broke the news that model Delilah Belle Hamlin and her boyfriend of nearly three years, “Love Island” alum Eyal Booker, quietly called it quits in late 2021. “Delilah ended her relationship with Eyal before New Year’s Eve. It was important to her that 2022 could be a fresh start and right now she wants to be single and focus on her career,” said a source. An Us Weekly source, meanwhile, said that the breakup came as “a shock to some of their closest friends” because “they were so in love” and had just spent the holidays together with her family.

On Jan. 18, People magazine broke the news that “Straight Outta Compton” actor Keith Powers and “Star” actress Ryan Destiny had called it quits after four years of coupledom. “They’re taking time to focus on themselves and their emerging careers but are remaining close friends,” said a source.

On Jan. 5, Us Weekly broke the news that, according to a source, Chanel Iman and Sterling Shepard were “getting divorced.” TMZ later confirmed the professional football player quietly filed to legally end the marriage in June 2021. He and the Victoria’s Secret model tied the knot in 2018 and later welcomed two daughters.

On Jan. 9, Bachelor Nation’s Katie Morton — who competed for Colton Underwood’s heart on season 23 of “The Bachelor” in 2019 — announced on YouTube that she and English professional soccer player James Rowe had called it quits in August 2021 following about a year of coupledom after he failed to sign with an American team. “There were a lot of things that came into play that put a lot of pressure on us, and ultimately we separated at the end of August,” she said, adding that at the time, they didn’t know when they’d see each other again. “This might be a bad timing thing. We still love each other. It’s not going how we had wanted it to,” she continued. “We both individually had things that we wanted to work on, and they weren’t lining up so ultimately it just wasn’t working out for us. … So anyway, we separated, and I would say it was a decently amicable split.” They later reconciled, with Katie moving to England to be closer to her off-and-on love.

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On Sept. 23, Clayton Echard and Susie Evans took to Instagram to share a joint statement announcing that they were throwing in the towel. Fans worried the pair — who decided to date after breaking up twice on season 26 of “The Bachelor” — were headed for a breakup after they announced in mid-August that they’d decided to live apart, with Susie moving from Virginia Beach to Los Angeles and Clayton returning to his home in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Nazanin Mandi filed to divorce Miguel in Los Angeles on Oct. 4 — nearly eight months after she confirmed they were giving it another go following a brief late-2021 separation. She reportedly cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split and indicated that she and the singer signed a prenup — which will determine their division of assets — before they tied the knot in 2018.

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On Sept. 22, People magazine confirmed speculation that, according to multiple sources, Julia Michaels and frequent collaborator JP Saxe had parted ways following about three years of coupledom. The duo sparked rumors they’d called it quits when they started teasing dueling breakup songs across their respective social media channels.

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On Oct. 11 — less than two months after Leah Messer announced that she and Jaylan Mobley were engaged following a year of coupledom — the “Teen Mom” star took to Instagram to share a statement announcing that they’d called it quits. Six days later, The U.S. Sun reported that, according to a source, Leah dumped Jaylan after she “saw material suggesting he was unfaithful.”

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On Sept. 15, David Beador filed to divorce Lesley Cook following just 23 months of marriage. A week later, Lesley claimed on Instagram that the “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum — who was previously married to “RHOC” star Shannon Beador for 17 years — filed to have their divorce case dismissed. On Sept. 27, however, Lesley returned to Instagram to claim that she was the one who filed to legally end the marriage: “I am filing for divorce. While this is not what I would have ever expected, it is what is best,” she wrote.

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On “Love Is Blind: After the Altar,” which debuted on Netflix on Sept. 16, “Love Is Blind” season 2 co-stars Kyle Abrams and Deepti Vempati finally confirmed long-standing rumors about the nature of their relationship: They decided to date exclusively earlier this year. Just three days after the three-part special debuted, however, Kyle announced on Instagram that he and Deepti called it quits sometime “in early summer.” Deepti later addressed the breakup on Instagram, writing, “Kyle and I are now walking different paths and are no longer together.”

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On July 26, “Teen Mom OG” star Mackenzie McKee took to Instagram to announce that she and her husband of nearly a decade, Josh McKee, had called it quits. “Sometimes things work and sometimes, no matter how hard you fight, it just doesn’t work out. I am breaking my silence about Josh and I being done,” she wrote.

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On Aug. 17, Iyanna McNeely and Jarrette Jones — who tied the knot on the second season of “Love Is Blind” — took to Instagram to announce that they were going their separate ways. On Oct. 4, E! News reported that Iyanna had filed for divorce in Chicago on Sept. 23. She reportedly cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.

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On Aug. 15, Danielle Ruhl filed to divorce Nick Thompson in Chicago. The duo got married on the second season of “Love Is Blind” and celebrated their first wedding anniversary in June.

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In early August, Bachelor Nation’s Jacqueline Trumbull — who competed for Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s heart on season 22 of “The Bachelor” in 2018 — revealed on Instagram that she’d called off her destination wedding with Paul Seli: “I chose to not get married and [to] end my relationship,” she wrote in part. She later told Us Weekly that she realized she and Paul “had irresolvable incompatibilities.” The duo got engaged in late 2021 after two years of dating.

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On Oct. 17, DailyMail.com broke the news that Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran — who came in second on the seventh season of the British version of “Love Island” — called it quits following more than a year of coupledom. “[They] put everything into their relationship — but it just hasn’t worked out between them. There’s been no wrongdoing, they have simply grown apart, and over time realized it’s better for them both to split,” said a source.






















































































































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