After a few months of dating, Amanda Seyfried and Josh Hartnett’s relationship has ended as quietly as it began.
Back in 2009, The National Enquirer ran a story alleging Morgan Freeman was deadset on marrying his then 27-year-old step-granddaughter E’Dena Hines.
After two years of dating, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine has split with his model girlfriend Anne Vyalitsyna.
Zoe Saldana’s beard contract with Bradley Cooper has finally ended.
Turns out third time isn’t a charm.
After a year of dating, Eva Longoria and Penelop Cruz’s little brother, Eduardo, have called it quits.
Us Weekly by way of Hollywood Life says Taylor Swift was dumped again.
A couple days after giving the finger during the Super Bowl halftime show, reports are coming in that M.I.A. has split with her billionaire fiance Benjamin Bronfman.
PEOPLE’s title “Johnny Depp & Vanessa Paradis Living ‘Sad’ Separate Lives” sounds like the death knell for Johnny and Vanessa’s relationship.
Demi Lovato is almost 20-years-old which is like 60 to Wilmer Valderrama.
Apparently when you fall off the map you really fall off the map.
On Monday, a source close to Karina Smirnoff and Brad Penny says they’ve called off their engagement.
Jennifer Love Hewitt may be the unluckiest person in the world because she was dumped for the 73rd time by her latest boyfriend, 27-year-old actor Jarod Einsohn.
Like any progressive woman of the 21st century, Kat Von D took to Facebook to passive-aggressively bitch out her now ex-again-boyfriend, Jesse James.
America’s indie darlings — I’m not sure if that’s accurate but I’d assume so — are getting a divorce.
Emma Watson is pretty hot. Especially when she doesn’t have that damn pixie cut.
According to an insider, Blake Lively broke up with Leonardo DiCaprio because things were moving too fast.
After five months of dating and multiple trips to far away destinations such as Monte Carlo, Cannes and Venice, Blake Lively and Leonardo DiCaprio have split.
11 years of marriage later, James Marsden (X-Men) and his wife Lisa Linde have filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences.