Hollywood might be infamous for nasty breakups, but it's also a town of passionate romances. In 2014, we saw more than a few stars get hot and heavy in new relationships, so ET is looking back at who found love in the past year.
Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello: "It's always fun when you're starting a relationship, so we'll see what happens," Sofia told ET's Nancy O'Dell at the Emmys. The couple is still going strong and relationships don't get any hotter. SoJo were seen Dec. 22 doing Christmas shopping in Hawaii.
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin: J. Law and Chris were one of the most well-liked couples of the year. Proof of their romance came at the iHeartRadio Music Festival when J. Law was seen supporting the Coldplay frontman at the band's September gig, But their reported "insane schedules" had them parting ways after three months.
Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez: This was definitely the most surprising couple of the year, but sadly their flame didn't burn long. For nearly two months, the stars partied across Europe while publicly making out along the way, but have since called it quits.
Benji Madden and Cameron Diaz: This private couple -- who may or may not be engaged -- met through Cameron's friend and Benji's sister-in-law, Nicole Richie. They've mastered the art of staying low-key during their reported seven months together.
Britney Spears and Charlie Ebersol: Britney took yet another shot at love by linking up with producer/writer Charlie Ebersol. The two became an item two months after Britney ditched her alleged cheating ex David Lucado.
Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn: The Super Bowl-winning quarterback and The Newsroom actress might be the most perfect coupling in 2014. ET's Kevin Frazier asked Olivia about her romance earlier this year. "Is it weird that people see that, actually your boyfriend is lucky to be with you, not you're lucky to be with your boyfriend?" Kevin asked.
"That's very sweet," Olivia answered. "Well, from the other side, I just get a lot of guys who are like, 'Wow!' Girls don't know football as much, but when they meet him they do think that I'm the luckiest girl in the world."