Kristin Cavallari says divorcing Jay Cutler is the “hardest decision” she’s ever made. But for the first time in years, she no longer feels like she's "drowning" after "years and years" of marital drama that they largely kept private.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer had no shortage of stories in her two-hour interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and one was about a head injury she suffered as a child when she was on a dirt bike with her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus.
Jessica Simpson writes in her upcoming memoir, "Open Book," that she and ex-husband Nick Lachey "really got crushed by the media and by ourselves."
Kaitlynn Carter was as surprised as everyone else when, just days after her August split from "The Hills: New Beginnings" star Brody Jenner, she and Miley Cyrus began stepping out as a couple.
Cardi B took to Instagram to tell fans about the separation, which comes a year after she and the Migos rapper had a secret wedding.
The Australian rapper says she's learned that it can be a make or break moment in a relationship when you go public and you're in the public eye.
It's over for Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima. The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star recently broke up with her younger beau.
Mila Kunis and Macaulay Culkin dated for eight years, and she says she's at fault for their nasty split.
This is updated from a previous piece published in April 2018.Celebrity breakups can be heartbreaking. Not only for the couple involved (obvs) but also for us mere mortals for whom every A-list split destroys a little of our faith in love and happily ever after.Just last night, actor Liam Hemsworth released a break-up statement on his Instagram confirming his split from Miley Cyrus after less than eight months of marriage.In real life, when a relationship comes to an end it’s painful enough having to tell your mates, mum and maybe even your kids, but spare a thought for those famous folk who have to open up about it to the entire planet.READ MORE: Are single parents right to put their children before dating?Yep, celebrities can’t just hide away heaving into the Haagen Dazs they have to issue an actual statement declaring their relationship failure to the whole world.“As a celebrity it is incredibly tricky it is to put out a breakup statement,” says Tiffany Wright, romance expert and Founder and Director of UK and Europe’s first Romance Planning company ‘The One Romance’“Whereas us normal people can just break up and go and cry in private, celebs have to actually put something together to reveal to everyone, which must be incredibly pressuring.”Sure, they probably have a bit of help from publicists in picking their words, but boy those break up statements are fascinating.READ MORE: Here's how to break up with someone in the kindest wayWhether they’re throwing hidden shade to their former partner or declaring a new found love for being placed in the friend zone, the unofficial celebrity requirement to put pen to paper and declare their public pain can reveal some interesting insights about their relationships.Here’s our pick of the most shocking celebrity breakups and their thought-provoking, and in some cases plain weird (“consciously uncoupling” anyone?), statements.
Tweeting about your soured love life could score you some free pizza, as one Australian woman discovered. Your move, Ben & Jerry's.
If there’s one thing we can count on, it’s celebrity drama. But the other thing we can count on is the inevitable “stepping out” follow-up story.
It’s OK to logic your way into a relationship early on. But once your gut renders a firm judgment — this feels right, this feels wrong — you should listen.
The former couple Kourtney and Leonard, whose relationship ended when he was unfaithful to her. “The desire to move on is not directly related to staying in contact with an ex — unless you are hung up on them while trying to get them back and still hurting from that relationship.
Brad Pitt may be having a rough go of it in his personal life, but professionally things are going quite well.
Her fiancé dumped her VIA TEXT before finding out she bought him Cowboys tickets for Christmas. She's doing fine. pic.twitter.com/z4YtBAaKcD
The study conducted by researchers at the University of Washington suggests that couples are more likely to call it quits after the pressure of family-heavy periods of the year ie summer hols, which makes August a decidedly dodgy month for anyone teetering on the brink of divorce. “People tend to face the holidays with rising expectations, despite what disappointments they might have had in years past,” explained associate sociology professor Julie Brines, one of the study authors. Julie Brines also believes that the start of the school year in September adds an extra incentive to couples with children who want to sort out their custody arrangements and parenting schedules before the littlies are back in uniform.
Johnny Depp is taking a Spanish siesta ahead of his next court date in his ongoing divorce from Amber Heard. The actor was spotted arriving in Ibiza, Spain, via private jet over the weekend, and sources say he is currently renting a villa on the island. On Saturday, he was photographed smiling while boarding a yacht. He wore aviators with a loose poncho and jeans, while sporting a new haircut and mustache. Meanwhile, Heard returned to Los Angeles from London – where she’s working on her new film, Justice League – for her scheduled deposition last Saturday. ...
The study’s findings revealed that people who had “dark triad personality traits,” such as narcissism, machiavellianism and psycopathy, were more likely to maintain friendships with their exes for “practical and sexual reasons.” Perhaps unsurprisingly, men also rated the importance of said reasons as more important than women did. The study first polled 340 people on the reasons for staying friends with their ex. The 500 participants were also given a personality test to identify levels of the dark triad.