Celeb Couples Who Called It Quits In 2018

Love often has an expiration date in Hollywood, and as it has in years past, this sad fact held true in 2018. From stars who dated for just a few months to couples who'd been married for more than a decade, no one is safe from heartbreak — even the rich and famous. From chart-topping rappers to A-list actors, reality stars to social media sensations, politicians to pop stars — we've got the dish on the young lovers and old married couples who've decided to go their separate ways. Some have pledged to be friends forever and amicable co-parents. Others? Well, not so much. 

Which comedian wants to redefine beginnings and endings? Which musician said their ex "deserves better" and what desperate hubby is fighting to win back his wife? We've read between the lines of all those "irreconcilable differences" to examine the notable celebrity pairings that called it quits in 2018.

Nicki Minaj and Nas

When most people were still riding the high that comes with each new year, rap superstar Nicki Minaj and hip hop artist Nas (full name Nasir Jones) were heading into 2018 as newly single celebs. 

In early January, news broke that the couple, who had dated for a total of seven months, had ended things. According to TMZ, Nas and Minaj's distance contributed to their split. They'd reportedly been living in two different cities.

A source confirmed as much to Us Weekly. "They were never in the same place at the same time, so it was hard to move their relationship forward," the insider claimed. Fortunately, there's reportedly no bad blood between these two. "They still remain friends," the source said.

Anne Heche and James Tupper

Despite being together for more than a decade, actress Anne Heche and her longtime partner, Big Little Lies' James Tupper, broke up in January. At the time, Heche filed paperwork to establish custody and child support for their son, Atlas, who they welcomed in 2009 (via Us Weekly). The former couple had also cared for Heche's son from a previous marriage, Homer, during their time together.

In a joint statement obtained by People, Heche and Tupper said they'd "shared a great life together and have many wonderful memories," but apparently that wasn't enough. The statement noted, "Relationships change and grow; we're taking time for that. We care very much for each other and plan to continue raising our two beautiful boys in love and harmony."

Michael Fishman and Jennifer Briner

Things are over between The Conners actor Michael Fishman and his wife of 19 years, Jennifer Briner. TMZ reported that Fishman and Briner filed for divorce in December 2018. The split was reportedly amicable and was a long time coming, as the couple had originally started the separation process in June 2017 but had supposedly pressed pause after Roseanne was suddenly canceled.

Fishman, who plays D.J. Conner on the Roseanne spin-off The Conners, married Briner in 1999, when he was 18, reported Page Six. Fishman and Briner share two children: son Aaron and daughter Isabelle. In court docs obtained by TMZ, Fishman and Briner requested joint physical and legal custody of their daughter — who, at the time of this writing, is 16 years old. Their son is no longer a minor. 

Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff

No one saw this breakup coming: Girls creator and star Lena Dunham and Bleachers' musician Jack Antonoff ended their relationship after logging more than five years together as a couple. 

According to an E! News insider, the split was mutual. "Jack and Lena were growing apart and it just made sense for them to end their relationship where it was," the source said. "They want the best for each other no matter what. They are both moving on."

While Dunham and Antonoff's separation may have been unexpected, fans can rest easy knowing that neither celeb harbors any ill toward the other. Opening up about why she'll continue wearing a ring Antonoff gave her, Dunham told her Instagram followers (via Entertainment Tonight), "I'll always wear [it] because love is a really cool, eternal powerful, eternal thing." She added, "It doesn't have to be defined the way we, in Western culture, define it — as beginning and ends. Things can be, 'You're a drop of water and you reenter the ocean.'"

How very zen.

Brandi Glanville and Donald Friese

These two are over. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Brandi Glanville announced her breakup with her boyfriend of one year, Donald "DJ" Friese — and, apparently, social media was to blame. 

Taking to Twitter to share the news, Glanville wrote, "Social media is ruining romance! It ruined mine." She later added, "Is official I'm SINGLE! He is all urs IG hoes! He is lovely so be nice." Soon after, Glanville tweeted, "When IG is the real true love of your life I think you really need to check yourself and change your focus." Yikes. 

She may have called Friese "lovely," but it doesn't sound like things ended well for these former flames.

Alex Pall and Tori Woodward

The Chainsmokers' Alex Pall and his longtime flame, Tori Woodward, ended their relationship in January — after the famous DJ was reportedly caught cheating on security footage. 

As reported by People, Woodward shared alleged proof of Pall's infidelity on her Instagram Stories — the footage appeared to show Pall kissing another woman. "Alex is disgusting. Men are trash. Don't ever forget it," Woodward wrote in the caption of one post. She added, "They'll look you in the eyes and tell you they love you. Then destroy you without a second thought."

Following Woodward's public shaming, Pall told TMZ that he'd been feeling "miserable." He also told the gossip rag's paparazzo that his ex-girlfriend "deserves the best," adding, "I wish nothing but the best for her. She deserves a better guy than me."

Jesse Williams and Minka Kelly

Following his headline-making divorce from wife Aryn Drake-Lee, Jesse Williams got together with fellow Hollywood star Minka Kelly. However, this couple didn't last long. After enduring rumors that they'd had an affair during his marriage to Drake-Lee, with whom Williams shares two children, the pair eventually ended its romance. News of Williams and Kelly's demise broke in January, according to Entertainment Tonight.  

Though their relationship had reportedly been rock solid as of October 2017, the Grey's Anatomy star and the Friday Night Lights actress, who are thought to have started dating in July 2017, apparently went several months without seeing each other before their breakup hit the press, a source told Entertainment Tonight.

Scott Phillips and Julie Bowen

Modern Family star Julie Bowen and her husband of 13 years, Scott Phillips, called it quits in early February, reported People. These two wed in September 2004 and share three children together: sons Oliver, John, and Gustav. They'd allegedly been "living separate lives" since late 2017, reported E! News.

In September 2016, Bowen actually joked about her marriage to Us Weekly, attributing her and Phillips' lasting romance to, well, laziness. "We watch all these people get married and split up and go, 'Wait, did they get married after us or before us?'" Bowen said at the time. "We outlast all these people. The answer: We're too tired to do anything else!"

It looks like Bowen and Phillips finally found the energy to reconsider their relationship.

Michael Sheen and Sarah Silverman

Comedian Sarah Silverman and her actor boyfriend, Masters of Sex star Michael Sheen, said their goodbyes to one another over the 2017 holiday season, but they didn't go public with their big breakup until early February 2018. 

Silverman announced the sad news on Twitter, revealing that distance had caused a rift in their relationship. "The great @michaelsheen & I consciously uncoupled over Christmas," Silverman said, referencing Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's infamous post-breakup statement. "I mean, not 'over Christmas' — like that wasn't the fight that ended it. No fight. We just live in different countries & it got hard." She added, "Felt we should just tell y'all so u stop askin, 'How's Michael/How's Sarah?'"

Well, that clears everything up then, doesn't it?

Daniel Christopher Allison and Monica Potter

News that Parenthood star Monica Potter and her husband, orthopedic surgeon Daniel Christopher Allison, ended their marriage circulated in early February. According to E! News, Potter filed for divorce from Allison a month earlier, citing irreconcilable differences as the cause of their breakup. While the actress has two sons from a previous relationship, she and Allison only share daughter Molly Brigid together. They'd been married for more than ten years.

Potter is "very sad and heartbroken," a source told People. "But they are focused on co-parenting their daughter."

Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer

Musicians and actors aren't the only ones who broke up with loved ones in 2018. Bristol Palin, reality TV star and daughter of former United States Vice President nominee Sarah Palin, made headlines in February for her split from husband Dakota Meyer. Bristol and her now-ex, who share daughters Sailor Grace and Atlee Bay, wed in 2016 (via People).

According to TMZ, Meyer filed for divorce from Bristol in late January. At the time, Bristol and Meyer had reportedly stopped following each other on Instagram and were no longer living together in the same house.

USA Today noted that Meyer listed "discord or conflict of personalities" which "destroys the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation" as the reason for his separation from Bristol.

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston crushed fans' hearts when they'd announced their separation in February. After getting engaged in August 2012 and tying the knot three years later, the Leftovers actor and the Friends starlet seemed like they'd be together forever — or, at the very least, more than just a couple of years. Alas, after little more than two years of marriage, the pair called it quits, reported E! News.

In a joint statement to The Associated Press, Aniston and Theroux addressed their split head-on: "This decision was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year. We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship." Aniston and Theroux also noted that they were "determined to maintain the deep respect and love that we have for one another," despite their breakup.

Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane

Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane were married for well more than a decade, but all that shared history apparently couldn't secure their future. As reported by USA Today, Gayheart filed for divorce from the Grey's Anatomy star just two days after Valentine's Day, citing irreconcilable differences. In a joint statement, the couple announced its separation: "After 14 years together we have decided that ending our marriage is the best decision for our family."

Gayheart and Dane, who share daughters Billie and Georgia, said in the statement: "We will continue our friendship and work as a team to co-parent our two beautiful girls as they are the most important thing in the world to us. We kindly ask that you respect our privacy during this time as we navigate the next phase of our lives."

Duane Martin and Tisha Campbell-Martin

The Martin actress took steps toward becoming a legally single woman once again, filing for divorce from her husband of 20 years, Duane Martin, in February. In a statement obtained by People, Tisha Campbell-Martin said, "After 27 years of being together and two amazing children, it pains me to announce that I've filed for divorce." She added, "It's an emotional time and I graciously ask for privacy for me, our children and the rest of our family."

According to court docs obtained by People, Campbell-Martin and Martin, who share sons Xen and Ezekiel, reportedly separated in December 2016. The actress listed irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split.

Claire Foy and Stephen Campbell Moore

Claire Foy, star of Netflix's The Crown series, called it quits with her husband, actor Stephen Campbell Moore, after four years of marriage. "We can confirm that we have separated and have been for some time," the pair revealed in a joint statement (via E! News). "We do, however, continue as great friends with the utmost respect for one another. We ask for our privacy during this time."

A source told The Sun that Foy and Campbell Moore's split reportedly came as a "shock" to their friends, but, fortunately, the former flames are allegedly committed to being "civilized." 

Foy and Campbell Moore share one child together, daughter Ivy Rose.

Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa Trump

On March 15, 2018, Vanessa Trump filed for divorce from husband Donald Trump Jr. in Manhattan Supreme Court. The couple announced its separation in a statement (via Page Six). "After 12 years of marriage, we have decided to go our separate ways," the statement read. "We will always have tremendous respect for each other and our families. We have five beautiful children together and they remain our top priority. We ask for your privacy during this time."

Rumors abound about why their union crumbled, but some sources claim Don Jr.'s busy schedule — he runs the Trump Organization and loves to travel the world on big game hunts — played a role. Vanessa was also reportedly uncomfortable with the newfound attention her family has received since her father-in-law, President Donald Trump, took office in 2017. As some may recall, Vanessa was hospitalized after she and Donald Jr. received a letter containing a suspicious white powder. The substance was later determined to be cornstarch.

Alicia Silverstone and Christopher Jarecki

Clueless star Alicia Silverstone called it quits from her husband, punk rocker Christopher Jarecki, in February. In a statement obtained by E! News, Silverstone's rep confirmed the celeb couple's split, saying, "They still deeply love and respect each other and remain very close friends but have mutually decided to separate after being together for 20 years." The couple plan to co-parent their son, Bear Blue Jarecki.

Silverstone started dating the lead singer of S.T.U.N. in 1997. The two married in Lake Tahoe, Calif. in 2005. Silverstone and Jarecki then welcomed their child together on May 5, 2011 (via Entertainment Tonight).

Silverstone, author of The Kind Diet, and Jaracki have kept quiet about their breakup, as had always been their M.O. when it came to details about their private life. Maybe Silverstone will share more with the public now that she's single? Yeah, probably not...

Kimberly Perry and J.P. Arencibia

The Band Perry singer Kimberly Perry announced that she and her former professional baseball player husband, J.P. Arencibia, were going their separate ways in early March. According to People, the country music crooner filed for divorce from Arencibia in Greeneville, Tenn., citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for their separation. Perry and Arencibia started dating in 2012, and in October 2013, he proposed to the "If I Die Young" singer. They got hitched in June 2014.

Perry later confirmed that she and Arencibia were indeed breaking up. "Yes it's true, my marriage has come to an end," she shared on Instagram in a post that has since been deleted. "I know that beauty will come from these ashes and, as always, I want to thank you all for your love and support. I'll be in touch soon."

Arencibia also appeared to post about their breakup, sharing lyrics from Bob Marley's song "Three Little Birds." The image read, "Don't worry about a thing 'cause every little thing is gonna be all right." In the caption, he wrote, "All good. Half full mentality." 

We'll take that as a sign that Perry and Arencibia's marriage ended on good terms.

Jim Belushi and Jennifer Sloan

Jim Belushi and movie industry professional Jennifer Sloan added their names to the list of celeb couples who called it quits in 2018. According to The Blast, Sloan filed for divorce in Los Angeles Superior Court on March 5, listing irreconcilable differences, requesting joint legal custody of their children, and requesting spousal support. 

In a move that we hope was purely accidental, Sloan's divorce paperwork was filed on the 36-year anniversary of the death of her husband's brother, actor John Belushi, who passed away after suffering a drug overdose in 1982 when he was just 33 years old.

Prior to their split, Jim and Sloan were together for nearly 20 years, having wed May 2, 1998. They share two children together, daughter Jamison and son Jared. Jim's divorce from Sloan marks the end of his third marriage. He was previously married to Sandra Davenport from 1980 to 1988, with whom he shares an adult son named Robert James Belushi, and to actress Marjorie Bransfield from 1990 to 1992, reported Us Weekly.

Usher and Grace Miguel

The "OMG" singer and his longtime love have called it quits. Usher, whose full name is Usher Raymond IV, and his wife, music executive Grace Miguel, announced their split in March. "After much thought and consideration we have mutually decided to separate as a couple," the pair said in a joint statement obtained by Us Weekly. "We remain deeply connected, loving friends who will continue supporting each other through the next phases of our lives. The enormous amount of love and respect that we have for each other will only increase as we move forward." A source told Us Weekly the duo had split months ago.

Usher and Miguel started dating in 2009, got engaged in January 2015, and eloped in September of that year.

Prior to their divorce announcement, Usher and Miguel had weathered disturbing accusations made by multiple women and one man who all accused the singer of knowingly exposing them to herpes. According to TMZ, Usher has denied all of the allegations.

Angela Rye and Common

Hip-hop artist Common and CNN political commentator and activist Angela Rye broke up after dating since the summer of 2017. Rye confirmed the split to Page Six TV, saying, "We have and will always be friends. He is an amazing human being, and I'm a much better person because he's a part of my life." She added, "May we all keep loving and living."

Page Six noted that the musician-turned-actor, whose real name is Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr., had appeared solo at both the 2018 Oscars and the Toast to the Arts event that he hosted with the Ayars Agency prior to their breakup news. According to TMZ, Rye had been receiving death threats since she began dating Common. The LAPD's Threat Management division reportedly investigated the matter.

Common had previously opened up about his affection for Rye in September 2017, noting that they had a "definite connection." Speaking on the SiriusXM radio show Bevelations (via E! News), he said, "She's a wonderful woman. I will just say, I am dating. I'm happy right now — and she is an incredible human being."

Similarly, Rye's had only nice things to say about her former flame. "From meeting Common I've definitely become a better human being," she told Vanity Fair, "and for that I'm grateful."

Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid

After dating for more than two years, former One Direction singer Zayn Malik and model Gigi Hadid have ended their romance — at least for now. According to The Sun, Malik and Hadid's relationship became strained due to "crazy work schedules."

On March 13, Malik shared a text photo on Twitter, confirming his breakup with Hadid to his millions of social media followers. "Gigi and I had an incredibly meaningful, loving and fun relationship and I have a huge amount of respect and adoration for Gigi as a woman and a friend. She has such an incredible soul," the post read. "I'm grateful to all of our fans for respecting this difficult decision and our privacy at this time, we wish this news could have come from us first. We love you all."

Likewise, Hadid also shared the news with her fans. "Breakup statements often seem impersonal because there is really no way to put into words what two people experience together over a few years .. not only in the relationship, but in life in general," she wrote. "I'm forever grateful for the love, time, and life lessons that Z and I shared." Hadid added that she wanted "nothing but the best" for her ex and that she will "continue to support him as a friend that [she has] immense respect and love for."

Amber Rose and 21 Savage

Kanye West's famous ex has called it quits with another member of the rap music scene. A source told People magazine that Amber Rose and 21 Savage (real name Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph) ended their relationship after dating for almost two years. "They are definitely off," the insider revealed. "They are not together."

Rose confirmed the split during an interview on the radio show Big Boy's Neighborhood. "To be in a relationship is difficult, to be famous and in a relationship is even more difficult ... and then you end up arguing about things that you usually wouldn't argue about as a normal person," she said. Rose added that she was still in love with Savage, stating, "I love him ... I miss him, I think about him every day." She added, "I can't say that I'm single because ... My heart is still with him."

So is there a chance Rose and Savage, who she'd previously bought a $50,000 promise ring for, will reconcile? According to Rose, it is possible. She told Big Boy's Neighborhood, "Hopefully, we can work it out but if we can't — the love is still there."

Anderson Cooper and Benjamin Maisani

Journalism's famous silver fox is apparently back on the market — or, at least, he was for a hot minute. The Daily Mail reported that Anderson Cooper and longtime boyfriend, nightclub owner Benjamin Maisani, have called it quits. The CNN anchor's rep issued a statement that said, "Benjamin and I separated as boyfriends some time ago. We are still family to each other, and love each other very much." He added, "We remain the best of friends, and will continue to share much of our lives together." According to Us Weekly, Cooper and Maisani dated for nine years.

But don't feel too bad for the journalist because, according to the Daily Mail, Cooper has already started dating a doctor named Victor Lopez. The pair may have even been together for prior to the split — Lopez shared social media posts of himself with Cooper as early as December 2017.

Jessica Andrea and Logic

Rapper Logic and singer Jessica Andrea decided to end their marriage in March after two years together. According to TMZ, Logic, whose real name is Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, told Andrea that he was not as happy married to her as he was when he was single. Ouch.

Sources told the gossip rag that Logic grew distant from Andrea after his career took off following the release of his song "1-800-273-8255" in April 2017. Andrea was reportedly caught off guard by the change of heart. 

The couple later confirmed their split in a joint statement. "After two years of marriage, we have come to the loving conclusion that we are much better as friends," the statement said (via People). "As entertainers, we have made every aspect of our lives public, yet we would appreciate your respect and privacy on this issue."

"It's very simple: it just didn't work out. There is no anger involved," the couple said. "No fighting, no cheating, no nothing. We love each other and will continue to support each other for the rest of our lives."

Jenny Slate and Chris Evans

In a profile published on March 22, The New York Times broke the news that Captain America star Chris Evans and comedic actress Jenny Slate had split up ... again. Specifically, the article's writer noted that "their on-again, off-again relationship, beloved by the internet, recently ended."

Evans and Slate first gotten together after starring in the 2017 film Gifted. In a March 2017 interview with Vulture (following their first breakup,) she recalled the beginning of their relationship. "I remember him saying to me, 'You're going to be one of my closest friends.' I was just like, 'Man, I f***ing hope this isn't a lie, because I'm going to be devastated if this guy isn't my friend.'" She noted, "Chris is truly one of the kindest people I've ever met, to the point where sometimes I would look at him and it would kind of break my heart."

Evans has gushed about his ex-girlfriend in the past as well, calling her his "favorite human." He told People in March 2017, "She's so vulnerable, so honest, so interested in other people more than herself, she's incredibly compassionate, there's just nothing to not love about her."

After exchanging some flirty messages via Twitter in October 2017, the pair appeared to have gotten back together by November of that year. We're holding out hope that this celeb couple will reconcile in the future. It seems totally possible — after all, they've done it once before!

Alessandra Ambrosio and Jamie Mazur

News that Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio and her longtime beau, businessman Jamie Mazur, ended their relationship following a ten-year engagement broke in March. A source told Us Weekly at the time, "They [have] been trying to keep their split on the down low, but Alessandra has been out and about ready to mingle and hasn't been taking Jamie to anything."

As noted by the magazine, Ambrosio and Mazur hadn't been spotted together in public for quite some time before their breakup made headlines. They also hadn't posted photos of one another on social media since Christmas 2017.

Ambrosio had previously opened up about her engagement to Mazur to Cosmopolitan in 2016. "At some point I will marry, but it's not on the top of my list," she said (via the Daily Mail). "If I have been engaged to him for eight years, then it's not my priority. I have a lot of things going on, and I haven't got married because I'm so busy."

The now-former couple share two children, daughter Anja Louise and son Noah Phoenix.

Tiffany Trump and Ross Mechanic

The youngest daughter of the president of the United States, Tiffany Trump, split up with her boyfriend, Ross Mechanic, in 2017. The breakup reportedly coincided with her endeavors at Georgetown Law School, but news of their demise didn't go public until the following year. 

Though the couple had reportedly been "very happy" together the previous summer, Trump and Mechanic may have experienced tension as she worried about moving from New York to Washington, D.C. for school, according to People magazine. A source told Us Weekly that the pair's breakup was "cordial," noting that Trump is "taking law school seriously."

Trump and Mechanic met when they were both undergraduate students at the University of Pennsylvania. According to their past Instagram posts, the college sweethearts appear to have started dating as early as October 2015 (via Heavy).

Mechanic has apparently moved on. The Daily Mail reported that he posted a photo of himself kissing a brunette on his Instagram Story.

Danny Amendola and Olivia Culpo

The NFL star and the former Miss Universe pageant winner — she snagged the crown back in 2012 — headed for Splitsville in 2018. A source told Us Weekly in March that Olivia Culpo and Danny Amendola had "definitely broke up," explaining that distance was to blame for the separation (Amendola was signed to the Miami Dolphins that same month.) The insider also noted that Amendola was allegedly unhappy with Culpo after she posed nude for a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.

Culpo later confirmed the breakup to Access Hollywood (via Us Weekly): "We are broken up and it's just so fresh for me. I don't feel comfortable talking about it." She added, "Everyone goes through breakups in life. Everybody has their own way of handling it and it's something that I definitely am not going to get into at this moment. But I am sure everyone can relate to heartbreak."

The two started dating in 2016 after bumping into each other in California — specifically "on the corner of Hollywood and Vine," as Amendola once told the Providence Journal.

Chrissy Metz and Josh Stancil

This is Us star Chrissy Metz and her camera grip boyfriend Josh Stancil ended their relationship sometime in 2018. The actress revealed that they broke up during an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show in late March. When asked by host Wendy Williams if she and Stancil were still together, Metz replied, "I'm dating myself currently."

Fortunately, work on the This is Us set, where Stancil also worked, has not been too awkward because he "moved onto another show" before the two split. Phew!

And it seems that Metz and Stancil left things on a good note. Metz told Williams that they're "still friends," which was clearly something that meant a lot to her. "I'm always friends with people who I was previously with, which is important to me, you know?" she said. "Because you care about the person. You don't just, like, dump them off."

Ruby Rose and Jess Origliasso

Orange is the New Black star Ruby Rose, who played Stella Carlin on the hit Netflix show, and Jess Origliasso of the pop duo The Veronicas ended their relationship, though the exact date of their breakup is unclear. 

On April 1, Rose took to Twitter to share that she and Origliasso, who appeared together in The Veronicas' music video for "On Your Side," had parted ways months earlier. "I've shared the past two years learning and sharing my life with an amazing human being. An experience for which I am very blessed," she wrote in a text post. "Breakups are always hard on the people involved but I can only be grateful for the experiences we shared."

After fans apparently thought that her announcement was an April Fool's Day joke, Rose clarified that she'd "never use something so personal" as part of a public prank.

According to Billboard, Origliasso didn't comment on her breakup from Rose at the time, but she did delete all photos of her ex on Instagram and unfollow Rose on all social media platforms.

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum

Fans were brokenhearted when former Step Up co-stars — and, at one point, total couple goals — Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum announced that they were calling it quits after almost nine years together. The two shared the news in a joint statement on their Instagram accounts on April 2.

"We have lovingly chosen to separate as a couple. We fell deeply in love so many years ago and have had a magical journey together. Absolutely nothing has changed about how much we love one another, but love is a beautiful adventure that is taking us on different paths for now," the statement read. "There are no secrets nor salacious events at the root of our decision — just two best-friends realizing it's time to take some space and help each other live the most joyous, fulfilled lives as possible."

A source told People magazine that Channing and Jenna, who share daughter Everly, were "incredibly sad." The insider said the pair "fell out of love, and it was a tough realization to come to."

Eliza Coupe and Darin Olien

Happy Endings star Eliza Coupe's husband, Darin Olien, filed for divorce from the actress on April 2. According to court docs obtained by TMZ, Olien listed the pair's separation date as March 27. 

As noted by Us Weekly, Coupe appeared to address her recent split just hours before the divorce filing, posting and later deleting a quote by Jackson Kiddard on Instagram: "Anything that annoys you is teaching you patience. Anyone who abandons you is teaching you how to stand up on your own two feet. Anything that angers you is teaching you forgiveness and compassion."

Coupe and Olien had been married for almost four years after getting hitched on Christmas Eve while in New Zealand in 2014.

Coupe's divorce from Olien marks her second failed marriage. She wed acting coach Randall Whittinghill in 2007 and ended that relationship in 2013.

Judith and Rudy Giuliani

Former mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani and his wife, Judith Giuliani, ended their relationship after 15 years of marriage. Rudy confirmed the split to Page Six in early April, stating, "It is with great sadness I can confirm that Judith and I are divorcing. We hope to do this as amicably as possible, and hope that people will respect the privacy of our children at this time."

Page Six noted that Judith had at that time already filed for a contested divorce proceeding, likely meaning that she is preparing to fight over their assets. Rudy, who was previously accused of cheating on his second wife with Judith, added, "In these divorce situations, you cannot place blame, it is 50/50, there are problems on both sides. We will have to divide our properties in New York and Palm Beach."

Rudy and Judith both have children from previous relationships but do not share any together.

Ruth Negga and Dominic Cooper

Ruth Negga and Dominic Cooper broke up after eight long years together. A source told Page Six that the two Hollywood stars' relationship naturally came to an end and that the pair remains friends. Negga and Cooper —who've appeared together in a number of projects, including the AMC series Preacher — began dating in 2010. They met a year earlier while working on the play Phèdre for London's National Theatre (via People).

Negga previously opened up about her relationship with Cooper in an interview with The Edit (via the Daily Mail) in July 2017. "It would be so lonely if he wasn't there," she said, referring to life on the set of Preacher. "People say, 'Never go out with an actor.' But if you were with someone with a normal job, and one of you had to go away, how would that work?"

Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett

The former Girls Next Door star and her NFL pro husband of nearly nine years announced their split after much speculation that they were heading toward divorce. Taking to Instagram on April 6, Kendra Wilkinson confirmed that she was separating from Hank Baskett, with whom she shares son Hank IV and daughter Alijah. 

"Today is the last day of my marriage to this beautiful man. I will forever love Hank and be open but for now we have chosen to go our own ways," she posted on Instagram, sharing a photo of herself with Baskett. "I'm beyond sad and heartbroken because i did believe in forever, that's why i said yes but unfortunately too much fear has gotten in the way."

In late March, Wilkinson shared cryptic social media posts, telling her fans that "life isn't making any sense to me right now" and "I need to love myself again" (via E! News). A source told Us Weekly around that time that Wilkinson and Baskett had been fighting a lot.

David Charvet and Brooke Burke

Brooke Burke filed for divorce from her husband, David Charvet, in early April, reported TMZ. The TV personality and the former Baywatch star had been married for nearly seven years, after tying the knot in St. Barts in 2011. The pair started dating in 2005 and got engaged in 2006.

In court documents, Burke listed her date of separation from Charvet as Jan. 23, 2018, and noted irreconcilable differences as cause for the breakup. She requested joint legal and physical custody of their children, son Shaya and daughter Rain.

Speaking with People magazine, Burke called her split from Charvet "necessary." She added, "We have a long history. It's just hard to make a decision for the right reasons. You know what I mean? With no drama, with no scandal, with nothing crazy that is going to show up."

She also noted, "Sometimes it's hard, [even] as a woman to define boundaries, to embrace change, and to know when to make a move."

Jonathan Scott and Jacinta Kuznetsov

Property Brothers star Jonathan Scott shared that he and longtime girlfriend Jacinta Kuznetsov ended their relationship in early April. Posting a photo of himself with Kuznetsov alongside two baby elephants, Scott revealed on Instagram that they'd gone their separate ways. Fortunately, it sounds like the breakup was amicable.

"When I met Jacinta in the fall of 2015, I met somebody kind and courageous and a champion for human/animal rights. We grew to respect each other fiercely and know that will remain unchanged for the rest of our lives," Scott began. "Sometimes life takes you on unexpected paths and those paths aren't always in the same direction. There's no drama or negativity; no jealousy or hate. Not even sadness or sorrow." He added, "Our memories are filled with joy and we will continue to advocate for each other as friends wherever we go."

Kuznetsov, who met Scott in 2015, also addressed the split, taking to social media to say that she was "so proud of who [Scott] is and the love [they] gave each other" (via People).

If only all breakups could be that cordial.

David Abrams and Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth's husband, Dave Abrams, filed for divorce from the Beverly Hills, 90210 star. According to The Blast, Abrams listed irreconcilable differences as the reason for their breakup and noted that they separated on Aug. 29, 2017. The two met on a blind date in 2014 before getting married just one year later. They share no children together.

Garth and Abrams were thought to be trying to keep their relationship afloat back in November 2017, with a source telling E! News that the couple was "still trying to make it work, but they haven't been living together." The insider added, "They love each other, but like every marriage, it takes work. Jennie is taking the time to focus on her girls and herself."

Their breakup marks the end of Garth's third marriage. She previously married musician Daniel Clark in 1994 and later wed actor Peter Facinelli in 2001. She and Facinelli shares three kids.

Anderson East and Miranda Lambert

Country music crooner Miranda Lambert and her boyfriend of two years, R&B artist Anderson East, are no more, according to a report by Us Weekly. A source told the magazine, "They have spent a lot of time apart, but potentially could end up back together. The love is still there."  

Lambert, who was previously married to singer and The Voice coach Blake Shelton, sparked rumors that she and East had broken up during a concert in Knoxville, Tenn. "I make it my mission every single time I step on the stage that no matter what, no matter where I am, I want to make you feel everything you could possibly feel. I want you to feel sad, mad, happy and nostalgic and really pissed sometimes. That's my favorite," she told the crown, as reported by Knox News. "And part of feelings is also heartbreak unfortunately, but fortunately for me, I can use it for my art or whatever. I like to write sad songs. I like to listen to sad songs, so I want to sing y'all one." Lambert then performed her song "Tin Man," which she wrote when she felt "pretty empty" and lonely (via iHeartRadio).

John Cena and Nikki Bella

One of Hollywood's biggest celeb couples, John Cena and Nikki Bella, called off their engagement — and their six-year relationship — in April 2018. 

"While this decision was a difficult one, we continue to have a great deal of love and respect for one another," the wrestling pros said in a statement obtained by Us Weekly. "We ask that you respect our privacy during this time in our lives."

A source told People that Cena started getting cold feet as his wedding to Bella approached. "She never gave him an ultimatum. He talked a really good game about having changed, about having his priorities straight, about knowing what's important, and that it was her. But as the day got closer, it was like he just went back to who he's always been — which is someone who puts himself first, always," the insider said. "He's an incredibly dedicated, driven, ambitious guy. And for the longest time he said he didn't think he had room in his life for a spouse or kids. It seems like in the end that was still the truth."

The same source also shared that Bella was "heartbroken."

Dan Reynolds and Aja Volkman

On April 26, 2018, Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds announced that he and his wife, singer-songwriter Aja Volkman, have decided to go their separate ways. Taking to Twitter to share the news, the "Radioactive" artist wrote, "After 7 beautiful years together, Aja and I's marriage has come to an end. Our children continue to be the most important thing in our lives, & we will continue to co-parent them with all our love." Volkman and Reynolds share three kids: daughter Arrow and twin girls Coco and Gia. 

Following Reynolds' announcement, Volkman released her own statement regarding the end of her marriage. Noting that she'd been "hesitant" to address her split publicly, she said, in part, "I am grateful for all the abundance I have experienced in my life with Dan. I am grateful that long ago we met in a casino when our dreams were big and full of optimism. Life doesn't always go as planned, but to live is a blessing. And as they always say, it's better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all."

Paulina Porizkova and Ric Ocasek

Model Paulina Porizkova told her fans in early May that she and her husband, The Cars frontman Ric Ocasek, had separated a year earlier. Using an unusual — albeit thematically relevant — metaphor, she stated, "Our family always has been — and still is — a well-built car. When the four of us are together, we can go wherever the road takes us. But as a bicycle, my husband and I no longer pedal in unison. So, we're ditching the bicycle."

Noting that she and Ocasek still share a love "so wide and deep it's practically tangible," the former America's Next Top Model judge told fans that they could expect to see more "happy family photos" in the future, even if she and Ocasek are no longer together romantically.

Porizkova and Ocasek met in 1984 while filming the music video for The Cars' song "Drive." The pair, who share two adult sons, wed in August 1989.

Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham

Despite a fairy tale engagement, Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham called it quits on their marriage after less than seven months. The Arrow star filed for divorce in May, and according to court documents obtained by TMZ, Haynes listed irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split and asked the court to deny requests for support from both parties.

Rumors that Haynes and Leatham were heading toward a breakup had been circulating online ever since Haynes deleted photos of his husband on Instagram and released an acoustic song called "Man It Sucks," which references "cheating drama" (via Us Weekly). However, Haynes tried to shut down the gossip when he tweeted, "Jeff would never cheat. He's an amazing man. Please stop being mean to him. The song I wrote was about a past relationship."

A source later shed some light on the couple's split to Us Weekly, claiming, "Since Colton stopped talking to a lot of his old friends, he was getting really depressed and didn't feel like himself."

Reza Jarrahy and Geena Davis

Thelma & Louise star Geena Davis and her husband, Reza Jarrahy, ended their romance after 17 years of marriage. According to TMZ, Jarrahy filed for divorce from the actress, listing irreconcilable differences as the cause for their split. In the court docs, Jarrahy, who used the names "Rob Doe" and "Veronica Doe" in the divorce papers, reportedly noted that he and Davis had separated in November 2017. The neurosurgeon is requesting spousal support and joint legal and physical custody of their children, daughter Alizeh and twin sons Kalis and Kian, reported Us Weekly.

Davis' breakup with Jarrahy, who is 15 years her junior, marks her fourth failed marriage, as well as her longest relationship. She was previously married to restaurateur Richard Emmolo from 1982 to 1983, to actor Jeff Goldblum from 1987 to 1990, and to director Renny Harlin from 1993 to 1998. She married Jarrahy in 2001.

Mac Miller and Ariana Grande

Pop star Ariana Grande and rapper Mac Miller (real name Malcolm McCormick) ended their romance after about two years of dating. TMZ reported busy work schedules were to blame, and sources claim the stars still "love each other dearly."

Grande seemed to prove those sources right when she took to Instagram to share a photo of herself with her arms wrapped around Miller and a heartfelt message about their breakup. Calling him "one of [her] best friends in the whole world and favorite people on the planet," she added, "I respect him and adore him endlessly and am grateful to have him in my life in any form, at all times regardless of how our relationship changes or what the universe holds for each of us." 

Miller supported Grande following the tragedy at her concert in Manchester, England

Grande, whom Miller had supported following the tragic attack at her concert in Manchester, England in 2017. "Unconditional love is not selfish." Grande said in her social media post. "It is wanting the best for that person even if at the moment, it's not you." Considering their obvious love for one another, let's hope that this is one celeb couple that reunites soon!

Jack and Lisa Osbourne

Celeb couple Jack and Lisa Osbourne called it quits on their marriage just months after the pair welcomed their third child, daughter Minnie Theodora. According to The Blast, Lisa filed for divorce in May, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for their breakup. Court docs listed their date of separation as May 4, 2018.

Jack and Lisa later took to social media to share a joint statement regarding their impending divorce. Noting that they still loved one another, they wrote, "Our family is the most important thing in our lives, and we tried everything we could for many years to make this work." The message continued, "What's best for our family right now is that we separate lovingly, and remain best friends who are committed to raising our children together."

The two wed in 2012. In addition to baby Minnie, they share daughters Pearl Clementine and Andy Rose.

Pete Davidson and Cazzie David

Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson revealed that he'd split from Cazzie David, comedy icon Larry David's daughter, in a May interview with Open Late with Peter Rosenberg. "We're not together anymore," the funnyman responded when asked about his romance with Cazzie. "Very talented girl, she'll be great and she'll be fine. ... Yeah, I think she'll be okay." Davidson and Cazzie dated for two years, during which time the comedian had gotten sober for the first time in 8 years.

Not long after their breakup made headlines, Davidson's new relationship with pop star Ariana Grande was revealed, and soon after, Davidson and Grande were reportedly engaged. Seemingly in response to the news, Cazzie took to Instagram to share a photo of herself with the caption: "Been in Africa, what'd I miss??" She later shared a photo of herself holding a wine glass with the caption, "Came to wine country a person, leaving a human bottle of wine."

Hey — at least she has a sense of humor about her ex's blossoming love life.

Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley

Jersey Shore's Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley, the mother of his child, ended their relationship just seven weeks after welcoming daughter Ariana Sky into the world. "They tried to make it work, but they just set each other off and fight constantly," a source told People. "It's better they are apart and they are slowly realizing that. It will be better for their daughter in the end."

Ortiz-Magro and Harley had a nasty fight via social media a few weeks earlier. He claimed she kept a video of herself getting, ahem, intimate with an ex. "Note to self, can't turn a natural born H*E, into a HOUSEWIFE, if you find them in the gutter then leave them in the gutter," he said on his Instagram Stories at the time (via Us Weekly).

Oh boy. Let's hope these two can just focus on co-parenting their child.

Emma Watson and Chord Overstreet

Harry Potter star Emma Watson and Glee actor Chord Overstreet had a blink-and-you'll-miss-it romance in 2018. News broke in March that they'd been dating for two months, reported Us Weekly. An insider told the magazine that dating Watson was a "huge and positive change" for Overstreet, but the couple broke up after only four months together.

"It was never going to be a long-term thing," a source told People. It's too bad we never got to learn much about Watson and Overstreet's romance, but, then again, we shouldn't have expected to. The Beauty and the Beast actress has been very clear over the years that she never plans to publicly speak about her relationships. "I want to be consistent: I can't talk about my boyfriend in an interview and then expect people not to take paparazzi pictures of me walking around outside my home," she told Vanity Fair. "You can't have it both ways."

Jillian Michaels and Heidi Rhoades

Jillian Michaels and Heidi Rhoades are no more. In mid-June, the former Biggest Loser trainer announced that she and Rhoades had ended their engagement. "Heidi and I have been split for a while now. We've found we're better friends and parents living apart than staying together," Michaels shared in a text post on Instagram. "Life and people change but our love for one another and commitment to raising our two kids as an inseparable team remains."

Michaels and Rhoades previously revealed that they were engaged during the season finale of Michaels' reality TV show, Just Jillian, in March 2016 (via E! News). Getting down on one knee, Michaels asked Rhoades to marry her, saying, "I know I'm an a**hole all the time, but if you'll continue to put up with me, I would like you to marry me."

They have two children together: 8-year-old daughter Lukensia, whom Michaels adopted in 2012, and 6-year-old son Phoenix, whom Rhoades gave birth to around the same time (via People).

Blac Chyna and YBN Almighty Jay

Blac Chyna and YBN Almighty Jay — you know, that 18-year-old rapper she was dating — have reportedly ended their relationship. Their split must not have been that big of a deal to the two because had it not been for a message Jay shared to his Instagram Stories, we might not have even known they'd called it quits on their controversial romance. "@blacchyna and I are no longer together," Jay (eal name is Jay Bradley) posted in June 2018 (via People).

Their split came two months after Jay appeared to propose to Chyna, who is 12 years his senior, on Twitter. At the time, he captioned a photo of Chyna with, "Will You Marry Me?" Given that Chyna and Jay never officially announced an engagement, we're assuming that proposal was just some playful affection from Jay.

Though details about the pair's separation have remained under wraps, it certainly looks like the two had a cleaner breakup than Chyna did with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian, father to her daughter Dream. That's something we can all appreciate.

Alexis and Jim Bellino

The Real Housewives of Orange County stars Alexis and Jim Bellino filed for divorce in June 2018, reported TMZ. According to court docs obtained by the gossip rag, Jim listed irreconcilable differences as the cause for their split and marked "TBD" for their date of separation. He also requested joint physical and legal custody of their three children, son James and twin daughters Melania and Mackenna.

Alexis and Jim confirmed their breakup a week later, shedding some light on why they separated after 13 years of marriage. "It is with heavy hearts that we inform the public of our mutual decision to end our marriage — but it's important to us that you know we made this choice together, with love, and as the best decision for our children's future," their statement to People magazine read, in part. "Outside of the news of our decision to part ways, there is nothing provocative, alluring, or sordid about the dissolution of our marriage. Quite to the contrary, we strongly support each other just as we have since the beginning of our relationship."

Apparently, this reality TV couple had simply grown apart.

Derek Peth and Taylor Nolan

These two Bachelor in Paradise stars are single yet again. "It is with much sadness that we have decided to end our engagement," Derek Peth and Taylor Nolan announced in a statement to E! News on June 26, 2018. "We put everything we could into our relationship and are heartbroken to go forward separately, but we know this is the best decision for the both of us." They added that they will still "be present in each other's lives with support, admiration and respect for each other."

After growing close on the fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise, Peth proposed to Nolan in August 2017. Despite their apparent love for one another — The Bachelor host Chris Harrison said their engagement was "one of the sweetest, rawest moments" he'd seen — these two obviously just couldn't make their relationship work. According to E! News, distance may have contributed to their separation — Peth lives in New York City, while Nolan calls Seattle home.

Daniel Franzese and Joseph Bradley Phillips

Daniel Franzese, who memorably starred as Damian in 2004's Mean Girls, has broke up with his fiancé. "Sometimes shooting stars shine so brightly that they burn out and now we must go separate ways but I hope my path always crosses with his," Franzese revealed in a text post on his Instagram page in late June 2018. "Joseph Bradley Phillips and I have decided to part ways, break our engagement promise and continue on into the future as friends."

Franzese said their love for one another had caused them to ignore "things that were important to [their] individual personal growth."

The actor had asked Phillips to marry him in 2016 at the Starbucks in North Hollywood where they'd first met. Fortunately, despite the heartache he's surely suffered, Franzese has a lot to keep him busy. According to The Huffington Post, the Yass! You're Amazing! comedy tour will keep him busy in 2018.

Christian Siriano and Brad Walsh

Fashion designer Christian Siriano and his music producer husband, Brad Walsh, split up in 2018. Taking to his Instagram Stories in late June, Walsh announced that he and Siriano had separated roughly a month earlier. "I was contacted by a writer for a website who somehow found out, so rather than let them break it, I'm telling you myself," Walsh said (via E! News). "It's nobody's business and I don't want to discuss, but that's what's up."

A rep for Siriano confirmed the breakup news, noting that Siriano and Walsh had been together for 11 years. The celeb couple reportedly started dating in 2007 — just one year before Siriano found fame and success as the winner of Project Runway. They wed in July 2016.

Sam Smith and Brandon Flynn

Sam Smith and his boyfriend, 13 Reasons Why actor Brandon Flynn, reportedly called it quits on their romance in June 2018, just nine months after the pair supposedly started dating. As reported by The Sun (via Page Six), Smith deleted a number of photos of the two together from his Instagram account — a surefire way to reveal that there's trouble in paradise. According to People magazine, both Smith and Flynn have unfollowed each other on the social media platform.

A source close to Smith told The Sun that the "Too Good at Goodbyes" singer and the Netflix series were just too busy for one another. "Sam and Brandon had a real whirlwind romance. They really fell for each other. But they are both so busy with their careers and unfortunately things just haven't worked out," the insider alleged. "Sam is obviously devastated. This is the most significant relationship he has ever had. Thankfully he is on tour across the US at the moment which has been a welcome distraction."

Cheryl Cole and Liam Payne

Liam Payne and Cheryl Cole, who's now going by Cheryl Tweedy, shocked fans when they announced their split on July 1, 2018. "Cheryl and I are sad to announce that we are going our separate ways," Payne tweeted, just one night after Tweedy's 35th birthday. "It's been a tough decision for us to make. We still have so much love for each other as a family." Tweedy shared a near-identical message on her own Twitter page.

While their breakup came as a surprise to many, some observant followers may have sensed that something was amiss in the couple's relationship. The Sun reported that Tweedy was often left with their son, Bear, for weeks at a time as Payne pursued his solo music career. Their 10-year age difference was also said to have caused problems in their romance. A source told the paper, "There's a big age gap between them. If they didn't have Bear then they would have most likely split up by now." We guess their love for one another and for baby Bear just wasn't enough anymore.

Halsey and G-Eazy

Halsey and G-Eazy have broken up after one year of dating. Halsey revealed the split on her Instagram Stories on July 3, 2018. "I normally keep this kind of thing private but provided our public nature I feel I need to inform my fans," the singer said (via E! News). "G-Eazy and I are taking some apart." She added that she was "eager" to focus on her tour, her art, and her career and wants "the best" for her ex.

Fans had been wondering if these two were headed toward Splitsville. Halsey had previously posted a photo of herself with her dog, captioning it, "Kiss my dog on the forehead and then kiss ur a** goodbye," a reference to Drake's song "8 out of 10." Fans had also noticed that Halsey had deleted photos of herself with G-Eazy from her Instagram account.

Following the breakup from G-Eazy, Halsey started crying while performing "Sorry" on stage at the Common Ground Music Festival, pausing for a moment to collect herself and wipe her tears away. Could she be taking the split extra hard because G-Eazy may have cheated on her? While we can't know for sure, there is speculation in the Halsey fan community that G-Eazy was unfaithful during their relationship (via Cosmopolitan). One piece of so-called evidence? After announcing her new single status, Halsey tweeted, "pumpkin eater" — as in the common rhyme "cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater," perhaps?

Nia Vardalos and Ian Gomez

My Big Fat Greek Wedding star Nia Vardalos and Cougar Town actor Ian Gomez have ended their relationship after more than 23 years of marriage. According to E! News, Vardalos filed for divorce from her husband in early July, listing their date of separation as June 29, 2017, and the reason for their split as irreconcilable differences. Noting that they'd been separated for a while, the couple shared in a statement: "Our relationship became a friendship so the decision to end the marriage is completely mutual and amicable." 

Vardalos has asked for joint physical and legal custody of their daughter, Ilaria, whom they adopted in 2008. Days later, Gomez filed his response to his wife's request, echoing much of Vardalos' court docs and requesting that spousal support "be determined in mediation."

Lucy Hale and Riley Smith

Lucy Hale and Riley Smith have broken things off. The former Life Sentence co-stars ended their romance just a short time after their CW series' cancelation was announced in May 2018, according to Entertainment Tonight. A source told the celeb news site that "both have moved on." In fact, Entertainment Tonight reported that Smith is moving to Chicago to film a new TV series called Proven Innocent and has a record coming out in the near future.

Hale and Smith were first linked romantically in February 2018, after they were spotted celebrating Valentine's Day together. They were later seen vacationing in Hawaii in May, and they both attended an event in Los Angeles on June 12, though the two did not pose for photos together at the time (via People). Neither celeb has commented on the breakup news.

Hale may have already rebounded with The Lying Game's Ryan Rottman. E! News caught the two holding hands after making a Starbucks run together in early July. 

Brooklyn Beckham and Chloë Grace Moretz

If I Stay actress Chloë Grace Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham — son of Spice Girl Victoria Beckham and soccer star David Beckham — called it quits on their relationship in April 2018, and the breakup wasn't pretty. While we don't know for sure what caused these two to split, rumor has it Brooklyn may have cheated on his lady.

For starters, he was photographed kissing model Lexi Wood while he and Moretz were thought to still be dating. After those photos made the rounds online, Moretz posted to her Instagram Story (via W magazine), sharing a screenshot of a Cardi B's "Be Careful." On the track, the rapper warns a lover about the consequences of being unfaithful. Moretz also reportedly liked a fan's meme of her giving the middle finger with the caption, "Greetings to Brooklyn Beckham from me motherf***er." Yikes. 

So, it definitely doesn't look like this couple ended things on a good note, though these two have made up before, so who knows what's in store for them.

Jamie Rubin and Christiane Amanpour

CNN's Christiane Amanpour and her husband, former U.S. State Department spokesperson Jamie Rubin, decided to end their marriage after 20 years together. According to The Washington Post, Amanpour and Rubin's divorce was amicable, and the now-former lovers, who share a teenage son, Darius, have reportedly remained close. They even attended their child's graduation ceremony together at an English all-boys boarding school after news of their divorce broke, reported the Daily Mail.

Amanpour and Rubin tied the knot with two ceremonies (one Catholic and one Jewish) in Rome, Italy in 1998. They had hit it off 15 months earlier after enjoying "late-night margaritas" in Sarajevo, Bosnia, where Amanpour had been on assignment and where Rubin had been traveling with former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright (via The Washington Post).

Lorenza Izzo and Eli Roth

On July 16, 2018, director Eli Roth and his wife, actress Lorenza Izzo, announced they were ending their marriage. Sharing a photo on social media of them working together on the set of the 2013 horror film The Green Inferno, which Roth directed and Izzo starred in, they stated in both English and Spanish: "It is with deep love and respect that we are choosing to separate as a couple."

"We've had an incredible journey together, we love each other very much, and will remain the best of friends. We are grateful for the six wonderful years together but have decided to go our separate ways to have the most fulfilled, joyous lives we can," they said. Roth and Izzo added that they'd like to keep working together in a professional capacity and hope divorcing will help them not to "f**king kill each other." Yeah, we'd say that's a pretty good reason to end a relationship.

Millie Bobby Brown and Jacob Sartorius

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown may have experienced her first real heartbreak when she and singer Jacob Sartorius called it quits in late July 2018, after about seven months together. The two celebs shared nearly identical statements announcing their split on social media, telling fans the decision to end their romance was "completely mutual" and they "are both happy and remaining friends" (via People).

While the exes may claim to be friendly, we're not so sure things ended on a positive note, given Sartorius' alleged past infidelity. The former Vine star was reportedly exposed for asking a girl to send him nude photos online and, in exchange, he'd supposedly promised to "talk to her everyday." Though that girl later went back on her statements, her words were enough to cast doubt on Sartorius' loyalty to Brown, especially when another girl came forward with similar allegations.

Harry Styles and Camille Rowe

Singer Harry Styles said goodbye to his lady love Camille Rowe, a French-American model, by late July 2018, reported The Sun. The relationship reportedly fizzled shortly after Styles' first solo world tour came to a close.

The singer and the Victoria's Secret model never officially confirmed their relationship, though they're thought to have dated for more than a year after being introduced to one another by their mutual pal, British model and TV host Alexa Chung. Rowe was spotted supporting Styles in the crowd, alongside his mom, at one of his concerts in March 2018.

Styles' romance with Rowe, who is about four years his senior, reportedly marked his longest relationship to date. Prior to dating Rowe, he was romantically linked to food blogger Tess Ward, model and reality TV star Kendall Jenner, New Zealand model Georgia Fowler, and songstress Taylor Swift, among others.

Wladimir Klitschko and Hayden Panettiere

News that Nashville star Hayden Panettiere and her fiancé, former professional boxer Wladimir Klitschko, ended their engagement broke in early August. At the time, a source told E! News the celeb couple was "on great terms and friendly." The insider also noted, "They are a big part of each other's lives and will continue to be."

Panettiere and Klitschko's relationship began in 2009. They got engaged and welcomed daughter Kaya in December 2014. Mom and Dad will obviously have to figure out how to best co-parent their child, but given that Panettiere and Klitschko were both seen with their daughter on vacation in Greece just a month before their breakup made headlines, it seems the actress and the athlete may have already set a plan in motion.

Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima

Keeping up with the Kardashians star Kourtney Kardashian and model boyfriend Younes Bendjima called it quits over the summer of 2018. TMZ reported that Kardashian was the one to end things, and a source for People magazine said it "didn't end well."

While fans speculated that the breakup may have been caused by Bendjima getting a bit too close to another woman, he denied the cheating rumors. "They really want me to be the bad guy. F**k your Hollywood bulls**t, can't have fun with your friends no more," he posted on his Instagram Story.

Kardashian's sisters appeared to call B.S. on Bendjima's claims. Khloé Kardashian said she's "heard it all before," and Kim Kardashian commented on pictures of Bendjima with another woman on vacation, writing, "boys trip," along with a growing nose emoji.

Considering just how controlling Bendjima appeared to be — he openly criticized Kourtney for posting revealing photos of herself on social media — this mom of three might be better off without him.

Marty Caffrey and Danielle Staub

Danielle Staub of The Real Housewives of New Jersey separated from her husband of two months — yes, months — Marty Caffrey in July 2018. The pair got married on May 5. Caffrey confirmed the breakup to Radar Online, shortly after he went on a since-deleted social media rant about his wife. "Sorry things didn't work out baby. You aren't what you pretended to be. Sad," he said (via the Reality Wives Instagram page). 

Staub later obtained a temporary restraining order against Caffrey after he allegedly disengaged her garage door and took down some of her photographs from her home's walls, reported The Blast. She also accused him of "attempting to tarnish her reputation and career by making repeated false reports to the media." Caffrey also filed for a temporary restraining against Staub, claiming she tried to "stab him in the neck," hit him, and scratched him multiple times over the course of the previous year (via Radar Online). It sounds like a divorce was inevitable for these two.

Iggy Azalea and DeAndre Hopkins

"Fancy" rapper Iggy Azalea and pro football player DeAndre Hopkins reportedly broke up in August. If you never knew these two were even together, don't feel bad — the two celebs dated for about a second.

Let's start from the top: While playing "True or False" with radio station Y100 Miami, Azalea confirmed fan speculation that she was dating the Houston Texans wide receiver. "Yeah, we're in a relationship." Then, just one day later, she tweeted, "I'm single," along with a shrugging emoji and a blushing emoji (via People). She added that she's concluded she's "going to be alone forever" and she's okay with that. 

For his part, Hopkins made sure his followers knew he wasn't tied down, tweeting, "Y'all know I can care less about social media, but ya boi is SINGLE!!"

Both Azalea's and Hopkins' tweets have since been deleted, leaving nothing behind but a great big mystery.

Camila Mendes and Victor Houston

Riverdale star Camila Mendes made headlines when she was first romantically linked to Victor Houston in June 2018. Mendes and Houston reportedly grew up near one another in Florida and later reconnected while in New York City. Sounds like a rom-com, right? Well, unfortunately, there was no happy ending for this pair. 

A source told E! News in August that the old friends had parted ways "very recently." According to the insider, "Camila ended things with Victor after ComicCon, when she realized she wasn't ready to be in this relationship anymore. Victor was completely blindsided and is very heartbroken." Adding insult to injury, Houston reportedly received hate online from some Riverdale fans after the split, even though the breakup allegedly wasn't his idea.

Ben Affleck and Lindsay Shookus

Movie star Ben Affleck and Saturday Night Live producer Lindsay Shookus called it quits in August, about one year since their relationship went public. According to People, Affleck's alleged struggle with substance abuse may have been to blame. "Lindsay had been supporting Ben's sobriety and going to meetings with him. She had him in meditation and they were doing it together," a source said. "She was trying to stay as close to him as possible so that he would stay on the right path, but ultimately it just wasn't possible. She knew she had to let him hit bottom."

Another insider told People the breakup was "amicable" and happened only because of the physical distance between them — Affleck lives in Los Angeles; Shookus resides in New York.

Jeff and Marla Garlin

Jeff Garlin, who plays Murray Goldberg on the ABC comedy The Goldbergs, filed for divorce from his wife, Marla Garlin, in September. According to court docs obtained by The Blast, Jeff listed the cause of their split as "irreconcilable differences." Jeff and Marla — his former agent — reportedly separated in July 2017. The couple marked its 23rd wedding anniversary a day before the reported breakup. They have two adult children, Duke and James.

Jeff, who is well known for his role as Jeff Greene on comedian Larry David's HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm, is reportedly willing to pay Marla spousal support but has requested they each pay their own legal fees.

Lil Xan and Noah Cyrus

Singer Noah Cyrus and rapper Lil Xan didn't last long — though they made a lot of headlines in their short time together. A month after news broke that the two artists were dating in early August, Lil Xan (real name Diego Leanos) took to social media to report that he thought Cyrus was cheating on him (via E! News). In response, Cyrus accused him of cheating, noting that "cheaters like to accuse their partner of cheating to make themselves feel less guilty."

Despite the drama exchanged online for the world to see, the specifics that doomed their relationship remain murky. At one point, Xan claimed their romance was set up by Columbia Records, their shared label, but Cyrus appeared pretty broken up about the whole situation. In one post, she said, "If this was your way of breaking up with me and breaking my heart along with it, then you've succeeded."

Maybe Cyrus and Xan should get into acting — they clearly have a flair for the dramatic.

Jana Carter and Van Jones

CNN's Van Jones and his wife, Jana Carter, headed to Splitsville in September 2018 after 14 years together. According to TMZ, Carter, who is a lawyer and the niece of former U.S. president Jimmy Carter, filed for divorce from Jones in Los Angeles County Court on Sept. 7, though they apparently separated the previous May. Jones and Carter wed in 2005 and share sons Mattai and Cabral (via The Blast). Carter reportedly requested joint physical and legal custody of the kids, as well as spousal support from the Van Jones Show star.

In a joint statement released after news of their divorce made headlines, Jones and Carter said, "Though we have decided to end our marriage, we still love each other very much. We will continue raising our kids together, running our businesses together and supporting each other's growth. There is no beef or drama — just evolution."

Brandon Jenner and Leah Felder

Brandon Jenner, the son of reality star Caitlyn Jenner and model Linda Thompson, is splitting up with wife Leah Felder. Though these two have been close since middle school and formed the indie pop group Brandon & Leah together, they've opted to go their separate ways, announcing the breakup in a joint post on social media in September 2018.

"After celebrating 14 beautiful years together, we have lovingly come to the decision to end the romantic aspect of our relationship. We are deeply proud of the life we've cultivated together and are truly grateful for the bond of friendship we hold and cherish today. It is stronger than ever," they said. "Even though we have chosen to separate as a couple, we still love one another very, very much and remain a major part of each others [sic] lives — as best friends, family and loving parents to our daughter."

The two tied the knot in Hawaii in May 2012 and welcomed daughter Eva James in July 2015. They insisted their split had nothing to do with infidelity or fighting. They simply changed.

Fred Durst and Kseniya Beryazina

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is no longer with makeup artist Kseniya Beryazina, whom he married in secret in 2012. They'd managed to keep their legal union under wraps until 2015, when a TMZ photographer snagged a picture of Beryazina's sparkly ring.

TMZ reported that Durst was the one to file the divorce paperwork in Los Angeles court on Sept. 9, 2018. According to court docs, Durst listed July 31, 2018 as their official date of separation. Page Six noted that Durst cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their breakup. While the "Nookie" rocker apparently has no desire to fork over spousal support, Beryazina has requested it.

Durst and Beryazina were together for six years. Their divorce marks the end of Durst's second marriage. He previously wed Esther Nazarov in Las Vegas in 2009, though they split about a month later, reported TMZ.

Ryan Cabrera and Audrina Patridge

Laguna Beach alum Audrina Patridge and "On the Way Down" singer Ryan Cabrera ended their second go at romance in September 2018, after just five months of dating, reported People. The pair had been romantically linked before in 2010 — that brief romance was documented on Patridge's MTV show The Hills

Their 2018 relationship reportedly started in April 2018, when Cabrera and Patridge were spotted at the Stagecoach Music Festival. She told People in June that things were "going really good" between her and Cabrera. The following month, a source told Us Weekly that the couple was "taking it slow. She can't do anything too serious until she's divorced, which is taking longer than she wishes."

Patridge has endured a very rocky split from Australian professional BMX dirt bike rider Corey Bohan, with whom she shares daughter Kirra Max. Did her ongoing legal issues with her ex cause problems with Cabrera? 

Holly Madison and Pasquale Rotella

Kendra Wilkinson wasn't the only former Playboy model and Girls Next Door star to end her marriage in 2018 — Holly Madison also decided to call it quits with DJ and producer Pasquale Rotella in September 2018. The split reportedly occurred over the summer, with Rotella filing for divorce in August. According to The Blast, the couple tied the knot in Disneyland in October 2013. They share daughter Rainbow Aurora and son Forest Leonardo Antonio.

Rotella released a statement about the split that Madison later shared on her own Instagram account. "It is with love in our hearts and a deep respect for one another that Holly and I have amicably made the decision to separate. First and foremost, we are forever partners and parents to two beautiful children, and are fully committed to raising them in an environment filled with love and positivity," he said. Describing Madison as a "beautiful soul," he noted that they will stay best friends and always support one another.

Mia Goth and Shia LaBeouf

Actor Shia LaBeouf and his wife, Nymphomaniac co-star Mia Goth, ended their relationship in 2018. However, news about their split didn't make headlines until LaBeouf was seen leaving singer FKA twigs' London home in September, sparking rumors that LaBeouf and Goth were over and the actor was now dating the English artist, reported the Daily Mail). LaBeouf's rep later confirmed that the couple had indeed broken up and filed for divorce. "The separation is amicable and all details pertaining to the divorce proceedings will remain private," the spokesperson noted.

LaBeouf and Goth wed in October 2016 after dating for a few years. Their Las Vegas wedding ceremony was officiated by an Elvis impersonator and live-streamed online. It was later revealed that LaBeouf and Goth didn't officially get married during the broadcast event, but did make it legal at some point, according to HuffPost.

LaBeouf and Goth have faced issues over the years. The two memorably fought in public in 2015, screaming at one another outside a taxi in Germany, reported Entertainment Tonight. At one point during their argument, LaBeouf — reacting to Goth having taken his backpack away and begging him to stay — said, "I don't wanna touch you. I don't wanna be aggressive. This is the kind of s**t that makes a person abusive." After leaving, he later said, "If I'd have stayed there, I would have killed her." 

Yikes. These two might be better off without one another.

Jenni 'JWoww' Farley and Roger Matthews

Jersey Shore star Jenni "JWoww" Farley and her husband, Roger Matthews, have called it quits. According to the Asbury Park Press, Farley filed for divorce in September 2018, listing "irreconcilable differences" as the cause for their breakup and noting that they'd been separated for at least six months. Farley and Matthews share two children — daughter Meilani Alexandra and son Greyson Valor.

Noting that infidelity was not the reason for their breakup, Matthews told his Instagram followers that his wife "grew tired of the repetitive pattern that [they] fell into." He added, "Again, I am not going to get into detail but it was a repetitive pattern and not a good one." Matthews also said he wasn't "done fighting" for their marriage. "I am going to win my wife back," he said. "I'm going to win her affection back, I am going to win her love back. I have no intentions on being a single dad. We're in counseling, so there is hope. It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings."

Zac Brown and Shelly Brown

"Chicken Fried" country crooner Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band and his wife, jewelry designer Shelly Brown, called it quits on their marriage in early October 2018. In a statement obtained by People magazine, the two announced: "We feel blessed to be on such an incredible journey in life and sometimes the journey begins to lead in different directions. It is with deep love and respect that we announce we are separating as a couple."

Zac and Shelly were married for 12 years, having wed back in 2006. The couple share five children: Justice, Lucy, Georgia, Joni, and Alexander. Noting that they'd always remain committed to raising their kids, the former couple added, "This was a difficult decision, but we've done plenty of tough things together and this is our next venture — love, mutual respect, and care for each other are what we are moving forward with."

Ainsley Earhardt and William Proctor

Fox & Friends co-host Ainsley Earhardt revealed in October 2018 that she and her husband, William Proctor, had separated. In a statement shared with the Daily Mail, she focused on their daughter, Hayden. "I am fully committed to parenting and doing what is always best for my darling little girl and would appreciate privacy and prayers during this difficult time," she said.

Though Earhardt's announcement made the split sound amicable enough, it seems the conservative TV journalist and her husband of six years didn't end things on such great terms. Sources told the Daily Mail that Proctor cheated on Earhardt with one of her close friends, and that, despite years of attempting to work through the alleged infidelity, they just couldn't carry on in their relationship.

Proctor, who filed for divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court the day after Earhardt's announcement, refuted claims that he'd cheated. "There is not one ounce of truth to the allegations that I had an affair," he told the New York Post (via Page Six). He said he was "devastated" about his split from Earhardt, adding that he "did not envision this for the future of [his] family."

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson

Pop star Ariana Grande and her comedian fiancé, Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson, reportedly ended their engagement in October 2018. According to TMZ, the celeb couple realized the timing wasn't right for their romance to continue. "Pete has really been there for Ariana," a source told E! News, "and she will always have a special place in her heart for him, but told him that right now is not the best time."

The "No More Tears Left to Cry" singer has had to deal with a lot emotionally in both 2017 and 2018. In May 2017, a terrorist attack at her concert in Manchester, England left 22 people dead and dozens injured. Grande later admitted to British Vogue that she'd been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of the tragedy. Then, her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of a suspected overdose on Sept. 7, 2018, and many of his fans blamed Grande for the rapper's untimely death.

However, there may still be hope for Grande and Davidson to get back together. A source told E! News, "Neither of them know what's going to happen in the future. She just felt she had to slow it down."

Cassie and Sean 'Diddy' Combs

News broke in October 2018 that hip-hop's Sean "Diddy" Combs — also known as P. Diddy and Puff Daddy, among other monikers — had split with singer and longtime love Cassie (full name Casandra Ventura). Though reps for the stars wouldn't comment on the breakup to People, a source told the magazine that Diddy and Cassie's separation was "amicable" and that the two "remain friends." The insider noted, "Cassie is going to focus on her music and acting career."

The celeb couple reportedly met back in 2000 and were first thought to be romantically involved in 2007. However, they did not confirm their relationship until 2012.

Prior to their split, Diddy had expressed his desire to have more kids one day — with Cassie. "Whatever is supposed to happen in the future is going to happen, but that's something that I want. I would only have it with my girl [Cassie], of course," he told The Breakfast Club in January 2018.

Guess that won't be happening.

Chloe Bennet and Logan Paul

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Chloe Bennet and controversial YouTuber Logan Paul broke up sometime in September 2018, though news of their split didn't make headlines until October. "Logan and Chloe had a very fun and strange dynamic that honestly worked really well for awhile. When it was just the two of them, there was no one else in the room," a source told Just Jared. But while the pair "weirdly worked," their lives just "aren't compatible right now."

Bennet and Paul had gone public with their romance in July 2018. After Bennet and Paul were seen kissing on Paul's Instagram Stories, a fan asked the actress why she'd date the vlogger (via Entertainment Weekly), who'd previously faced major backlash for sharing a video featuring a dead body in Japan's "Suicide Forest."

In response, Bennet defended Paul, calling him, in part, "kind, creative, funny," and "one of [her] best friends." We wonder if she still feels so strongly about him today.

Mary Lou Retton and Shannon Kelly

While competing on Dancing With the Stars, Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton revealed to her professional dancing partner, Sasha Farber, that she went through a divorce earlier in the year. "People don't know that," she said of her split from her husband, Shannon Kelley, whom she had been married to for 27 years, during an October episode of the TV dancing competition (via People). "It's the first time I've actually said it publicly."

The gold medalist noted that the divorce "was hard" and that she'd felt "very alone." Fortunately, her and Kelley's four children, daughters Shayla, McKenna, Skyla, and Emma, were there for her. 

Retton added that, while she still has love for her ex, she and he just "weren't great together anymore."

Since finalizing her divorce, Retton has said that her life has done a "full turnaround" and that she's now on a "really good path." Hopefully, she continues moving forward and can dance her way to new experiences as a single woman.

Antoni Porowski and Joey Krietemeyer

Antoni Porowski of Queer Eye fame ended his relationship with boyfriend Joey Krietemeyer, to whom the TV star had been "basically married" (via Vulture), after seven years together. In late October 2018, Us Weekly reported that the two had gone their separate ways with a source telling the magazine, "Antoni and Joey broke up months ago." The insider added, "It was very amicable. They're still friends. It was a clean split."

As Porowski described to GQ, his romance with Krietemeyer had influenced him to come out to his family. Explaining that his father had commented about how private he was while driving him to the airport, Porowski said that he later emailed his father while on the plane, writing, "You brought this up. I think it's time I tell you: I love. I am loved. His name is Joey, and we live together."

Too bad things didn't last between Porowski and Krietemeyer, but Porowski has reportedly since moved on. The same month that his split with Krietemeyer made the news, Porowski was reported to have started dating Flipping Out's Trace Lehnhoff.

Post Malone and Ashlen Diaz

Rapper Post Malone (real name Austin Richard Post) and his girlfriend Ashlen Diaz reportedly ended their romance in 2018. In an article published by Us Weekly in early November 2018, a source shared that the two now-former lovebirds had split "a month or two." The insider added that Diaz was allegedly the one to call things off with Malone.

However, another source told the magazine that Malone and Diaz's breakup was a mutual decision between the pair.

In 2016, Malone had revealed that he found it difficult to be in a serious relationship while pursuing his music career. Speaking to The Breakfast Club, the "Rockstar" artist said, "It's tough having a balance, between dedicating my life to music and dedicating time for Ashlen." He added, "It's tough because you want to get into the studio, you want to make as good music as you can, and sometimes you're real busy."

Sounds like Malone will have more time for his music now.

Shawn Booth and Kaitlyn Bristowe

Reality TV stars Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth, who got engaged at the end of the 19th season of The Bachelorette in 2015, are no longer together. The couple announced their split in a joint statement given to People magazine. "After three incredible years, we have decided to go our separate ways," Bristowe and Booth shared. "This difficult decision comes after thoughtful, respectful consideration. Even though we are parting as a couple, we're very much committed to remaining friends and we will continue to support each other."

According to People, the celeb couple's busy schedules contributed to their decision to call it quits. Bristowe's reported desire to get married and have children in the near future may have also played a role in their split.

A source later told the magazine that Bristowe was "devastated" by the breakup. "There is a lot of hurt," the insider revealed. "Kaitlyn tried to make it work. She never thought this would end."

Larsa and Scottie Pippen

Former NBA star Scottie Pippen, who notably played for the Chicago Bulls, and his wife of 21 years, The Real Housewives of Miami's Larsa Pippen, have broken up. Us Weekly confirmed the news on Nov. 2, 2018, by reporting a statement from Larsa on the matter. "It is with deep sadness that Scottie and I announce that we are legally separating," the reality TV star shared. "We have both tried very hard for a long time to make our marriage work and have ultimately come to the conclusion that it is best that we live separate lives."

Noting that they share "so many amazing memories together," as well as four children (Scotty Jr., Preston, Justin, and Sophia), Larsa stated that she and Scottie would "remain [the] best of friends."

Larsa filed for divorce from Scottie in Los Angeles on the same day that she released her statement. She listed "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their separation. Sources told Us Weekly that Larsa had cheated on her husband with rapper Future, which reportedly "devastated" Scottie. However, another insider denied this rumor.

Scottie and Larsa may have been heading toward a breakup for some time, as Scottie had previously filed for divorce from Larsa in 2016 before they eventually reconciled.

Marisol Nichols and Taron Lexton

Actress Marisol Nichols, who plays Hermione Lodge on The CW's Riverdale, may need to lean on her TV daughter, Camila Mendes, because, like Mendes, she also reportedly ended a relationship in 2018. Nichols filed for divorce from her husband of ten years, director and cinematographer Taron Lexton, in November 2018, as reported by The Blast. The celebrity gossip rag noted that Nichols and Lexton, who married at the Church of Scientology's Celebrity Centre in Los Angeles in 2008, had reportedly separated back in 2016. In court documents, Nichols is said to have listed "irreconcilable differences" as the cause of their split.

According to TMZ, Nichols is requesting primary custody of their daughter, Rain India, and joint legal custody. She also reportedly wants spousal support.

Nichols previously commented on her family life in an interview with Us Weekly in 2017. As her husband was often away on location for work, she likened her Riverdale character's relationship with her child with that of her relationship with her real-life kid, saying, "It's always been me and my daughter."

Hopefully, Nichols' divorce won't be as dramatic as anything on her teen drama show.

Randy Bick and Kathy Griffin

Comedian Kathy Griffin took to Twitter on Nov. 8, 2018 to announce that she and her longtime boyfriend, Randy Bick, had split up. "God help me, but I¹m gonna be one of those people who announces a break up," she wrote in a post to her more than 2 million followers. "After 7 years, Randy and I have decided to part ways. It's not acrimonious and I will always adore him."

Taking aim at the popular celebrity gossip rag TMZ and its founder Harvey Levin, Griffin added, "There, now those jerks at TMZ wont get the story first. Go back to your bootlicking, @HarveyLevinTMZ."

As noted by People, Griffin and Bick began dating in 2011, after meeting at a wine and food festival. As she told the magazine in October 2016, Griffin, who is about 18 years older than Bick, didn't think they were going to have anything more than a one-night stand, but as we know, these two had a great run together.

Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka

Socialite Paris Hilton and her fiancé, actor Chris Zylka, called it quits on their engagement just ten months after the Amazing Spider-Man star proposed. On Nov. 19, 2018, E! News reported that Hilton had broken up with Zylka weeks earlier. "Their relationship moved really quickly, and she realized he wasn't right for her," a source claimed. "She wishes him well and hopes they can remain friends."  

Since they ended their relationship, Zylka has allegedly been asking for Hilton's engagement ring back — a 20-carat sparkler that's worth a whopping $2 million — but he apparently never dished out the dough for the jewelry in the first place. According to Page Six, Hilton was gifted the ring from friend and jeweler Michael Greene, so despite Hilton allegedly being the one to end the romance, Zylka might not get his hands on the ring since it reportedly never was his.

Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower

Famed actor Robert De Niro and his wife of more than 20 years, Grace Hightower, have reportedly separated, according to a November 2018 report in Page Six. "De Niro and Grace are breaking up. He's been at a few things since the very end of the summer without her — and rumor has it they are done," a source said.

De Niro and Hightower wed in 1997, after almost ten years of dating. Two years after tying the knot, De Niro filed for divorce from Hightower, but the two managed to work things out. They share two children: 20-year-old son Elliot (born 1998) and daughter Helen (born 2011) (via E! News).

Natalie Dormer and Anthony Byrne

Game of Thrones' star Natalie Dormer and her longtime fiancé, director Anthony Byrne, reportedly ended their relationship after the summer of 2018, though news of their breakup didn't make headlines until November. According to the New Statesman, Byrne and Dormer called it quits after promoting the movie they wrote and produced together, In Darkness. Working on the film together may have put a strain on their relationship. "It's tough!" the actress told People in August 2016. "I don't know if you've ever been in a writing room but I wouldn't recommend it with your other half."

Dormer and Byrne started dating in 2007, after meeting on the set of the TV series The Tudors, on which Dormer starred. Byrne proposed to Dormer while the celeb couple vacationed on a boat in India, reported the Independent.

Nastia Liukin and Matt Lombardi

Things are officially over for Olympian Nastia Liukin and her fiancé, former ice hockey player, Matt Lombardi. In November 2018, People reported that the gymnast and her longtime love had broken up after a three-year engagement. "They have mutually and amicably ended their relationship," a spokesperson for Liukin told the magazine, noting that the pair broke up during the summer.

Liukin and Lombardi previously planned a June 2017 wedding, but the gold medalist announced a month prior that they were postponing their nuptials. Blaming the move on her "crazy" career, she stated at the time, "We're together, we're engaged and we are postponing."

Don't feel too bad for Liukin, though — she appears to be taking it all in stride. A day before People announced her split from Lombardi, Liukin posted a photo of herself on Instagram, captioning the pic with the Taylor Swift lyrics, "I'm doin' better than I ever was." Despite any heartbreak she may be feeling, we're sure Liukin will be just fine. 

Ross Mathews and Salvador Camarena

TV personality Ross Mathews, who many may know as "Ross the Intern" from The Tonight Show with Jay Lenoannounced in November 2018 that he and his boyfriend of almost a decade, Salvador Camarena, had ended their relationship. Posting a black-and-white photo of himself with his now-ex on Instagram, Mathews told his followers, in part, "After nearly ten years together, Salvador and I have decided that the time has come to part ways."

He noted, "This split is amicable and filled with kindness, compassion and a genuine love for one another. As we go forward, each of us feels as if he has a cheerleader in our corner — a family member for life."

On his own Instagram page, Camarena shared a similar post, adding the hashtag "#consciousuncoupling" in his caption — using the term popularized by actress Gwyneth Paltrow to indicate that their breakup really was a joint decision.

As reported by People, Mathews and Camarena had started dating back in 2008.

Tim Commerford and Aleece Commerford

The wife of Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford filed for divorce in late November 2018, as reported by The Blast. According to the celebrity gossip rag, Aleece Commerford filed divorce documents in a Los Angeles court on Nov. 28. In the docs, she claimed they'd separated earlier in the week and she requested physical custody of their two kids, sons Xavier and Quentin. Aleece, who married the musician in 2001, also reportedly asked for spousal support from the former Audioslave member.

Unfortunately, things between Tim and Aleece got ugly fast. On Nov. 30, The Blast reported that Tim filed for a restraining order against Aleece, claiming she'd arrived "uninvited and unannounced" to a place where he was staying, rammed a car into the garage door "to illegally gain access to the residence," and then "viciously assaulted" him.

A judge reportedly granted the restraining order, and now Aleece allegedly can't get within 100 yards of Tim or any location where he plays or rehearses with his bandmates.

Cardi B and Offset

In early December 2018, "Bodak Yellow" rapper Cardi B announced in a since-deleted Instagram video (via ABC affiliate WFTS Tampa Bay) that she and her husband, Migos member Offset, had called it quits on their marriage. "So, everybody been bugging me and everything. And you know, I been trying to work things out with my baby father for a hot minute now," she began, adding that she and Offset are "really good friends" and "really good business partners." And while she said she can always open up to him, she revealed that "things just haven't been working out between us for a long time"

Without placing blame on either herself or Offset for the breakdown of their marriage, she shared, "It's just like I guess we grew out of love."

Cardi and Offset had previously married in secret in September 2017, before welcoming their first child together, daughter Kulture. And it'd seem that Cardi is focusing on her role as a mother. After she opened up about her split from Offset, she posted the first photo of baby Kulture online, writing, "My heart."

Jonathan Van Ness and Wilco Froneman

Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness ended things with his rugby player boyfriend, Wilco Froneman, in late December 2018. Van Ness announced the split via a shirtless photo of himself on Instagram. In the caption, he quoted pop singer Ariana Grande's hit "Thank U, Next," writing, "She taught me love, she taught me patience, how she handles pain, that s**ts amazing. I've loved and I've lost but that's not what I see because look what I found ain't no need for searching." The famous hairdresser continued, "Rounding out my 2018 with a very gorg THANK U NEXT. #selflove." He also pleaded with his fans to not "go in on Wilco" because "he doesn't need the anger & I don't want to see him suffer."

According to Us Weekly, however, Van Ness initially had another caption on that photo — and it suggested that things didn't end too well between these two. "Cheaters never prosper," Van Ness reportedly wrote before changing the caption.

Michelle Williams and Chad Johnson

Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams announced that her relationship with her fiancé, pastor Chad Johnson, was over on Dec. 7, 2018 — the same day she released the song "Fearless," reported People. In her since-deleted message on Instagram, Williams wrote, "I still remain fearless, I guess I still remain single! Things didn't work out." She continued, "The healing that needs to take place is a must! I don't wanna destroy another relationship. Blessings to him, his family and ministry."

Williams met Johnson at a spiritual retreat in March 2017. They got engaged the next year, but Williams called it off twice in a three-month time span in 2018, according to People. The first time was just a few weeks after Johnson proposed, and months later, Williams was hospitalized and admitted to a facility to treat depression. Johnson reportedly stayed by Williams' side during this time, and the two underwent premarital counseling. Alas, it seems this partnership just wasn't meant to be.

Hailee Steinfeld and Niall Horan

Bumblebee actress Hailee Steinfeld and "Slow Hands" singer Niall Horan called it quits in 2018, though the details surrounding their split are fuzzy. News that the celeb couple ended its romance made headlines in mid-December 2018, but a source told Us Weekly that Steinfeld and Horan broke up "a while ago." According to another insider, "Niall wrapped up his tour and had more free time, but Hailee's work schedule really ramped up, so they didn't have time for a relationship. They still have a lot of love for each other."

Just how long Steinfeld and Horan were together is unclear, as the two have been notoriously private about their relationship. According to Us Weekly, the actress and the former One Direction member were close friends before they became romantically linked in January 2018 after catching a play together in London.

Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell

Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell reportedly split up amicably around November 2018, but news of their breakup didn't make the rounds in the press until December. "They stopped seeing eye to eye and were living very different lives, "a source told Us Weekly. The insider noted that maintaining a long-distance relationship while Stewart was in Germany to film the Charlie's Angels reboot "didn't help." However, the source claimed the Twilight actress and the Victoria's Secret Angel "had issues" before Stewart headed off to Europe. According to an E! News spy, Stewart and Maxwell's relationship "stopped being fun" and they both realized they "needed a change."

Stewart and Maxwell reportedly started dating around January 2017 and had moved in together by the following May. 

Dylan O'Brien and Britt Robertson

The Maze Runner star Dylan O'Brien and Girlboss actress Britt Robertson went their separate ways in 2018, according to Us Weekly. These two reportedly dated for six years, having started their relationship after meeting on the set of 2012's The First Time.

O'Brien has praised Robertson for supporting him after he was injured on the set of Maze Runner: The Death Cure in 2016. "My parents and my girlfriend were by my side the whole way," he told People in 2017. "My girlfriend was with me every step of the way, even in my hospital bed, she's a saint. She also got up to Canada so quickly, I didn't know that was possible and was there one of the first times I opened my eyes."

As noted by the Daily Mail, neither O'Brien nor Robertson have publicly commented on their alleged breakup. However, both celebrities have been rumored to be seeing other people. O'Brien has reportedly been romantically linked to Brain on Fire's Chloë Grace Moretz. The two were seen at an afterparty for a Niall Horan concert in August 2018. Robertson, on the other hand, has been spending time with Ray Donovan star Graham Rogers.