11 years of marriage later, James Marsden (X-Men) and his wife Lisa Linde have filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences.
Seems like everyone’s question about whether Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have broken up following that cheating rumor is about to be answered.
Brace yourselves. Famous for some reason actress, Cameron Diaz, has broken up with Alex Rodriguez.
Hallelujah! Last we heard from Minka Kelly and Derek Jeter, they were getting married on November 5 in a castle.
After two years of dating, Alexander Skarsgard and Kate Bosworth have split.
Everyone saw this coming a mile away so nothing abut this Jesse James and Kat Von D split is particularly surprising except for the fact they didn’t announce it after their marriage to maximize the publicity.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has dumped Kristin Cavallari (Hills) two months into their engagement, a week after posting their wedding registry and a week after her engagement party on Saturday.
Jennifer Lopez is insufferable and Marc Anthony is whiny and humorless so you’d think this would have been a marriage made in heaven.
Charlie Sheen’s last goddess, Natalie Kenly, finally realized she wasn’t getting 15 minutes of anything from Charlie so she packed up and left last week.
In early June, Elisabetta Canalis told Italian magazine Chi that she’s happy at the moment but vows one day to be married.
Paris Hilton and Cy Waits, who probably bonded over an affinity for cocaine and partying, have split.
A series of tweets and insidery info have lead many to believe that the Cinderella love story between cheating Jesse James and fame whoring Kat Von D may very well be over.
Someone sound the trumpets. Scarlett Johansson and Sean Penn are no longer dating, a source tells PEOPLE.
Ryan Phillippe and Amanda Seyfried have split after seven months of dating.
Christopher Knight (Peter Brady) and America’s Next Top Model Adrianne Curry have ended their marriage.
‘Tis the season to break-up with your significant other.
I managed to spell Arnold Schwarzenegger without looking it up.