This past weekend, the UK's Daily Mail reported that the dashing Ryan Gosling had parted ways with his girlfriend of (at least) six months, Eva Mendes.
More than a few hearts were broken when we first heart that Ryan Gosling was rumored to be dating Eva Mendes. After all, shouldn't he give us normal girls a shot?
Many actresses have experienced relationship disasters that occurred shortly after winning their Oscar. Sandra Bullock (2010), Kate Winslet (2009), Reese Witherspoon (2006), Hilary Swank (2005), Halle Berry (2002), and Julia Roberts (2001) are among the Best Actress winners who have fallen victim to the curse.
Sexy socialite Kim Kardashian graces the March cover of Allure with her signature smoky eyes, long lashes and layers of lip gloss.
Breaking up is my least favorite thing in the world to do. How did something so good get so bad so fast? It boggles my mind. I toss. I turn. I emotionally vomit my pain on anyone who'll listen. I'm awful at breaking up, especially when the person I'm not so thrilled about breaking up with is famous. Why, you ask? Well, because then I take my wrenching pain to a whole new, obsessive level.
Ethan Hawke is content with his life now. However things weren't always going so well with the actor. He tells The Guardian that he suffered a dark period following his divorce from Uma Thurman in 2004.
On February 1st, we polled our readers to determine which celebrity needed to break up with their ex the most. We gave them a choice between 5 celebrity exes who have remained friends with one another despite bad breakups, infidelity, divorce and even assault.
They may be the among the most famous and beautiful women in the world, but, like anyone else, even A-list celebs go through the breakup blues. From Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon's retrospective revelations to Jennifer Love Hewitt's pragmatic advice, all of these women are proof that, while breakups may feel like the end of the world, they are really just the beginning to something new.
According to a recent survey we conducted with over 1,300 of our readers, 84 percent agree that a breakup is the perfect opportunity for self-improvement, and 64 percent do so by changing something about their appearance. You may call that a makeover, but hunny, it's really a "breakover."
We know holding on to an old flame isn't a healthy thing to do, but as our new Break Up With Your Ex survey reveals, it takes most people months to get over an ex. This also applies in CelebLand, where celebrities seem to have more splits to their names than hit records or box office successes.
The rumors about Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' divorce have managed to last twice as long as their marriage! The famous reality television star is still dealing with the media fall-out of her marriage, and fighting the notion that the whole thing was a setup for a big pay day.
Generally, there are only two endings for an engagement: a wedding or a breakup, but according to Simon Cowell, there is a third option: "It's not on, it's not off, it's somewhere in the middle," he recently told the British Mirror about his relationship with fiancée, makeup artist Mezhgan Hussainy.
On Saturday, TMZ revealed the explosive news that Heidi Klum is getting ready to file divorce papers to end her almost 7-year marriage to Seal. The gossip site's source claims the 38-year-old supermodel will cite "irreconcilable differences" with the 48-year-old singer when she files divorce papers in L.A. Superior Court sometime this week.
Whatever happened in Katy Perry's short 14-month marriage could be cause for concern. First, Russell Brand blindsides the gorgeous blue-eyed Perry with a divorce on December 30. And now, the the 36-year-old actor is planning to write a tell-all memoir, according to Us Weekly.
Jennifer Lopez, 42, and Marc Anthony, 43, are together again... for work purposes.