While the world has changed quote a bit over the past two years, Hollywood remains a tough place to form lasting relationships. Here’s a look at all the celebrity couples that have called it quits in 2022. Read it and literally weep.
Nia Long and Ime Udoka
After months of speculation regarding their relationship, ET confirmed in December that the actress and NBA coach called it quits. The news comes after Udoka allegedly had an affair with a female co-worker within the Boston Celtics organization, and was suspended as head coach of the professional basketball team.
Long began dating Udoka in 2009 and the couple got engaged in 2015. They share a 10-year-old son, Kez, as well as Long's 21-year-old son, Massai, from a previous relationship.
Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker
A source told ET that the NBA player and model broke up again in October. As for the reason for their split, the source said, "They are both still young and extremely busy in their careers. It was becoming difficult for them to prioritize their relationship with their schedules."
Dixie D'Amelio and Noah Beck
Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson
In August, the comedian and reality star split after nine months together.
"Pete and Kim broke up. The distance has been hard and things were starting to fizzle out," a source told ET at the time. "Pete being away for so long was hard for them. Kim is doing well and she knows she has a lot going on. Pete has been super busy as well."
Natasha Lyonne and Fred Armisen
The actress and the Saturday Night Live alum have decided to call it quits. Lyonne confirmed the split to The Hollywood Reporter on April 15, while discussing the highly anticipated return of her Netflix series, Russian Doll. Their relationship was brought up when the 43-year-old New York native was asked if she's currently living in Los Angeles. "I'm not. I had been there living with Fred [Armisen] and during COVID," Lyonne revealed. "I honestly think we broke up because I wanted a swimming pool... We love each other just about as much as two people can love each other and we're still talking all the time, but Freddy doesn't like a swimming pool. It might seem like a mundane reason for a breakup, but during that pandemic, you've got to get your laps -- I'm like Burt Lancaster in The Swimmer."
Ali Wong and Justin Hakuta
A rep for the comedian confirmed the news on April 12 that the couple are divorcing after eight years of marriage. The parents share two daughters, Mari, 6, and Nikki, 4. "The split between Ali and her husband is amicable," a source told ET. "The two will continue to co-parent their two children lovingly." Wong and Hakuta, both 39, met at a friend's wedding reception in 2010, when Hakuta was a student at Harvard Business School, People, who was first to publish the news of the pair's split, reported. They tied the knot four years later.
Kenan Thompson and Christina Evangeline
News broke on April 8 that the Saturday Night Live star and his wife of over a decade have called it quits. TMZ broke the news reporting that the couple has been informally separated and co-parenting their two children for "over a year now." Thompson and Evangeline dated for four years before they tied the knot in November 2011 at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia. The pair has two daughters, 7-year-old Georgia, born in June 2014, and 3-year-old Gianna, born in July 2018.
Tish Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus
Tish Cyrus filed for divorce from the country singer in early April, according to court documents obtained by ET. In the complaint for divorce, it was noted Tish and Billy Ray have not lived together since February 2020. Tish cited irreconcilable differences as the grounds for their divorce and is asking that the court equitably divide and distribute their marital assets and award her separate property. A rep shared a joint statement from the pair, that read, "It is after 30 years, five amazing children and a lifetime of memories, we have decided to go our separate ways - not with sadness, but with love in our hearts"
Chris Pine and Annabelle Wallis
The Star Trek actor and the Star Trek: Discovery actress have called it quits. A source told ET on Mar. 1 that Pine and Wallis "have broken up and haven't been together for a few months." The pair had kept their relationship almost entirely out of the public eye. They were first romantically linked in 2018, and in July of that year, they confirmed the dating rumors when they rocked color-matching ensembles and walked hand in hand while strolling through London, where Pine was filming Wonder Woman 1984. Throughout their time together, however, the two never made their romance red carpet official, and never confirmed their relationship on Instagram or social media. Pine, however, doesn't have an Instagram account and stays largely off social media, and Wallis seems to keep her online presence directed toward professional projects.
Aaron Carter and Melanie Martin
The musician and his former fiancée are going their separate ways, once again. Carter announced their breakup on Feb. 23 in a post on Twitter, writing, "My relationship has come to a point where we have to part ways. Please respect my privacy at this time. Thank you." The "I Want Candy" singer also said that he has no intention of being in "any relationship anytime soon," adding that he's "too scarred" and "can't trust any woman."
Cheryl Burke and Matthew Lawrence
The Dancing With the Stars pro filed for divorce from the Boy Meets World actor at a Los Angeles courthouse on Feb. 18, according to documents obtained by ET. In the docs, Burke listed their date of separation as Jan. 7, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split. Burke's filing also indicated that she' not seeking any spousal support from Lawrence and that the couple has a prenuptial agreement in place, which was established ahead of their wedding in May of 2019. While the split seemed like a surprise to many, a source told ET that the couple have been "having issues for a while." Burke and Lawrence first met in 2006 when the 42-year-old actor's brother, Joey Lawrence, appeared on DWTS. They started dating in 2007 and broke up in 2008 before reuniting in 2017. Lawrence proposed to Burke in 2018 on the dancer's 34th birthday. The couple had a short engagement, tying the knot just a year later in San Diego.
Sam Hunt and Hannah Lee Fowler
The country crooner's pregnant wife filed for divorce on Feb. 18, according to documents obtained by ET. In the docs, Fowler cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason to terminate the marriage, and she accused the country star of "inappropriate marital conduct" after claiming he's "guilty of adultery." Fowler also revealed she's pregnant and due in May. The pregnancy news had not been previously disclosed. Fowler, 33, listed the the date of separation as Feb. 18, the same day she filed for divorce. She also stated that all hope for a reconciliation has been exhausted. She asked for alimony and a parenting plan for their first child. The couple married in April 2017.
Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley
The NFL pro and The Big Little Lies star have called it quits less than a year after announcing their engagement. A source told ET on Feb. 16 that the former couple "called it quits but remain friends… They tried to make their relationship work but with busy careers in different industries it was hard to see one another." The source added that Rodgers and Woodley "have no animosity toward one another." Rodgers and Woodley started dating around July 2020. It wasn't until Woodley appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon back in February 2021 when she confirmed her engagement to Rodgers.
Kanye West and Julia Fox
The Donda artist and the Uncut Gems actress have parted ways. ET confirmed through Fox's rep, on Feb. 14, that the pair "remain good friends and collaborators, but they are no longer together." West and Fox first met in Miami during a New Year's Eve party. They were next photographed in New York City, where they enjoyed a date night, seeing a production of Slave Play and having dinner at Carbone. Shortly thereafter, PDA pics of the pair were released in Interview magazine. In the accompanying interview, Fox said she and West had an "instant connection." They then took their romance to Los Angeles, Paris and Miami, before circling back to New York, where they celebrated Fox's 32nd birthday together. West's romance with Fox came on the heels of his split from Kim Kardashian, and their split coincided with West's increasingly frequent social media rants targeting Pete Davidson, whom Kardashian is dating. Prior to news of their split, a source told ET that West and Fox were not "a traditional couple," and that they were involved in something akin to an open relationship.
Rosario Dawson and Cory Booker
News broke on Feb. 13 that the Dopesick actress and the New Jersey lawmaker recently parted ways. However, the two reportedly have remained friends after their split. The couple confirmed they were dating in March 2019 and had been supporting each other ever since, often attending red carpets together and even crashing each other's virtual late-night talk show interviews. No concrete information on the date of their split has been released.
Angelina Pivarnick and Chris Larangeira
A court clerk confirmed to ET on Feb. 9 that Larangeira filed for divorce from the Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star on Jan. 20 at a Monmouth County, New Jersey, court. The filing comes just months after the pair reconciled their rocky relationship. Pivarnick filed for divorce in January 2021, but the case was thrown out by September. Larangeira cited "irreconcilable differences" as the cause for their divorce. Pivarnick and the 42-year-old sanitation worker started dating in 2016 before getting engaged in 2018. The pair tied the knot in 2019.
Hoda Kotb and Joel Schiffman
The former couple, who got engaged in November 2019, have ended their eight-year romance and are moving forward as friends and parents to their daughters, 4-year-old Haley and 2-year-old Hope. Kotb announced the news during an episode of Today With Hoda & Jenna on Jan. 31. "People have written in and asked why I wasn't wearing my engagement ring. Joel and I have had, we've had a lot of prayerful and really meaningful conversations over the holidays, and we decided that we're better as friends and parents than we are as an engaged couple," Kotb shared. "We decided that we are going to start this New Year and begin it on our new path, as loving parents to our adorable, delightful children and as friends… They say that sometimes relationships are meant to be there for a reason or a season or for a lifetime, and I feel like ours was meant to be there for a season."
Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet
The Aquaman star announced the news of the couple's separation on Jan. 12, after 16 years together. "We have all felt the squeeze and changes of these transformational times… A revolution is unfolding ~and our family is of no exception… feeling and growing from the seismic shifts occurring And so~ We share our Family news~ That we are parting ways in marriage," the pair shared in a joint statement he posted to Momoa's Instagram. "We share this not because we think it’s newsworthy ~ But so that~ as we go about our lives we may do so with dignity and honesty. The love between us carries on, evolving in ways it wishes to be known and lived. We free each other ~to be who we are learning to become… Our devotion unwavering to this sacred life & our Children. Teaching our Children What’s possible ~ Living the Prayer May Love Prevail ✨ J & L."
Delilah Belle Hamlin and Eyal Booker
The 23-year-old model ended things with the 26-year-old Love Island star and fellow model, sharing in a statement to People on Jan. 10 that the relationship "ran its course." The news comes just months after Hamlin and Booker celebrated their two-year anniversary last May by sharing touching tributes to each other on their respective Instagram accounts.