Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the stars who found love, suffered heartbreak or experienced some other major event in their love lives in late February 2019, starting with this on-again couple: Us Weekly reported on Feb. 27 that, according to a source, Ben Affleck and Lindsay Shookus have "picked up right where they left off" and "are totally back on." The insider adds that things have been "easy" for the pair this time around. "They're very comfortable together and happy to be back in each other's lives," said the source. Another source, however, said that the actor and the "Saturday Night Live" producer "wouldn't exactly say they were totally back together," though they're definitely "hanging out." The duo split in mid-2018. Reconciliation rumors kicked off in early February. Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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The Sun reported on Feb. 27 that Ed Sheeran secretly married Cherry Seaborn at his country estate in Suffolk a few days before Christmas — almost exactly a year after they got engaged. "It was very quiet — just Ed's oldest school pals, limited family and the priest," said a source. "There were only 40 people — so no Taylor Swift, record company executives or any royals or pop star pals. He wanted no fuss and he wanted it to be something entirely for them — just a tiny winter wedding. It's amazing that he's the biggest pop star in the world but he was just able to quietly slide off and wed. Neither of them were that fussed about making a big deal about it. Cherry just wanted to get it out of the way without any problems or intrusions." The newlyweds are reportedly planning a larger celebration for their famous friends and industry pals to celebrate their marriage over the summer.
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Jude Law's girlfriend of nearly four years, business psychologist Phillipa Coan, sparked rumors that they'd gotten engaged when she stepped out wearing a diamond ring (see it here) on Feb. 27 — three days after The Sun reported that the duo are planning to tie the knot in France in May with a local mayor conducting the ceremony. The actor's oldest son, 22-year-old model Rafferty Law, will reportedly serve as the father of five's best man. "The wedding itself will be a good old-fashioned knees up with plenty of booze and dancing. All [Jude's] old pals are going from when he was growing up in London and just starting out in his career," said a source. "Jude and Phillipa have been going out together for years and get on really well, so this is the next natural step. Jude is busy working on various projects but they always make time to meet up either in London or on location."
In the week since Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson called it quits after he got caught cheating with Kylie Jenner's best friend, Jordyn Woods, on Feb. 17, there have been conflicting reports about what exactly happened between the basketball star and the burgeoning model-designer, who was practically a member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan. According to Hollywood Unlocked, Jordyn initially told Khloe that she only spent the night at Tristan's house to keep an eye on him and make sure he didn't cheat with anyone else, though she quickly changed her story when she realized Khloe knew the truth. But it wasn't the first time Jordyn hooked up with Tristan, according to Hollywood Unlocked, which reported that she sought out the father two, with whom she's been "involved" for more than a month. TMZ, meanwhile, reported on Feb. 25 that a devastated Jordyn — who's been exiled from the Kardashian-Jenner clan, edged out of their business deals and banished from the home she shared with Kylie — has been begging the makeup mogul and her big sis for forgiveness, claiming that she was "blackout drunk" when she hooked up with Tristan and "doesn't even remember how she got to the party or anything that happened there." According to the webloid, someone had to tell Jordyn that she cheated with Tristan, and when she found out what she did, she started crying. TMZ's sources also challenged reports that the affair was more than a one-time thing, stating that there's no way Kylie wouldn't have known if her bestie was in a secret relationship because they're so close. There's one thing most media outlets have agreed on, though: The Kardashians and their inner circle are done with Jordyn and aren't buying her story, which she's set to tell on an upcoming episode of Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk." Said a People magazine source, "It's been a week now of nonsense explaining from her side. Everyone thinks she wanted to hook up with Tristan and she just didn't think she was gonna get caught." But that's not the end of the insanity…
Us Weekly reported on Feb. 27 that Jordyn Woods also had a fling with James Harden after he and Khloe Kardashian dated from mid-2015 to early 2016. "Jordyn did hook up with James Harden after Khloe dated him first," said a source, adding that the reality star was "not with him at the time" of the hookup. "Khloe knew that that happened before this Tristan Thompson fiasco. That's not news to her," said the insider. "It wasn't an issue at the time, but it does show now that Jordyn has a history of omitting facts and crossing lines." According to a second Us Weekly source, Jordyn initially "denied" hooking up with James after Khloe "confronted" her about it. It's unclear when exactly the Jordyn-James fling occurred.
Lisa Rinna said on the Feb. 19 episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" that when her husband, Harry Hamlin, was married to his second wife, Nicollette Sheridan, the former "Desperate Housewives" star cheated with Michael Bolton after meeting him at a concert. "Harry was in Canada. I thank Michael Bolton to this day," said the reality star, who wed the "Mad Men" actor in 1997. Nicollette, who dated the singer off-and-on from 1992 to 2008, caught wind of the comments and took to Twitter to issue a denial: "FAKE NEWS! Harry and I ended our marriage nose to nose in Canada…Michael was a long time friend that was invited to our wedding…Happy Harry found happiness with housewife @lisarinna," she tweeted on Feb. 22. Harry then chimed in, tweeting at Nicollette, "Re Fake News! What's it called when your wife of one year suddenly goes to bed with a pop singer? …two weeks after your mother dies?? I did a lotta stuff with my wife 'nose to nose' but ending our marriage was not one of them!" Replied the blonde beauty, "Do you really want the truth shared? I appreciate that you want to support your housewife's FAKE NEWS narrative, but the end of our marriage had nothing to do with anyone other than us. Sad you still can't own your part." Added Lisa to Nicollette on Twitter, "You're the gift that keeps on giving!" The "Real Housewives" star also reportedly wrote on her Instagram Story, "My bad, I'm sorry, Nicollette. I forgot to thank you also. Thank you for [sleeping with] Michael Bolton and cheating on Harry while married. I thought I'd take the high road and not tweet this… NAH."
People magazine reported on Feb. 27 that Ryan Seacrest and Shayna Taylor have called it quits after nearly three years of coupledom. "It was an amicable split and they're still really close," said a source, adding that the pair "still love and care about each other." According to another insider, "After three years together, Shayna wanted more out of the relationship. It felt like the natural next step for her. She was ready to get married, but Ryan wasn't there yet." Said yet another People source, "Ryan and Shayna have always cared deeply about each other and had and have a wonderful relationship. But it got to a point where it made more sense to break up. It had just run its course. … But they are still very close."
Us Weekly reported on Feb. 25 that a source overheard Jamie Foxx saying he's single during an Oscars party on Feb. 24. "It was very nonchalant," said the spy. "While he was referring to married and single couples, he just dropped the line 'I'm single.'" The Oscar winner spent part of the holidays with his rumored girlfriend, Katie Holmes, to whom he's been linked since 2013.
When Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney called off their engagement and parted ways in 2016, it appeared as though things between them were amicable. So the actor raised plenty of eyebrows when he liked a shady comment about his ex that a follower left on a photo (of something completely unrelated) he posted on Instagram on Feb. 24. "Stoked you got away from Gaga. #Hollyweird," read the comment. He then apologized and denied there was any shade, commenting, "Sorry for 'like.' It was an accident. I'm only proud and happy for Stef." Meanwhile, Jennifer Esposito — who was briefly married to Gaga's "A Star Is Born" co-star Bradley Cooper in late 2006 and early 2007 — also made headlines this week for some perceived social-media shade. The trouble started when David Spade took to Instagram to share a photo of Gaga and B.Coop performing their duet "Shallow" from "A Star is Born" during the 2019 Oscars. In the caption, he asked the question many people found themselves asking following the soulful performance: "Is there any chance these 2 aren't [sleeping together]?" Commented the "Blue Blood" actress, "Ha." The blowback to the "ha" heard 'round the world was so swift, the actress was forced to release a lengthy video explaining herself. (Gaga and Bradley, by the way, are just friends — despite what their onstage chemistry would have you believe.)
Kelly Osbourne was seen holding hands with "Scream Queens" actor Lucien Laviscount outside Delilah restaurant in West Hollywood on Feb. 19. That same night, the duo were photographed sitting next to each other at a TINGS magazine dinner hosted by Greene St. Kitchen of Las Vegas at Hideaway by TMA in Los Angeles.
Chad Johnson — who competed for JoJo Fletcher's heart on Season 12 of "The Bachelorette" in 2016 — has moved on from Kendra Wilkinson with Caitlin Clemmens, who recently competed for Colton Underwood's heart on Season 23 of "The Bachelor." Life & Style reported on Feb 24 that "Bad" Chad and Caitlin have been "chatting for the past few months after he successfully slid into her direct messages on social media." The reality TV villain told the tabloid that they've been "seriously" talking and that he's "trying to see where that goes" but that the Toronto-based realtor has been "a bit held back" about taking their romance public because of his bad-boy rep. "I'm serious now about actually finding a relationship," he told Life & Style, adding that he "would love" to appear on "Bachelor in Paradise" with Caitlin if she wanted to do the spinoff series. "But at this point, I don't know," he said. After his interview with Life & Style hit the Internet, a fan took to Twitter to ask Chad the question on everyone's minds: "What happened to Kendra?" Fired back the Bachelor Nation star, "Kendra who."
Meanwhile, Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett finalized their divorce in Los Angeles on Feb. 21. According to Us Weekly, the former couple will share share joint legal and physical custody of their two kids. They'll reportedly split their money evenly, though they'll each hold onto their individual properties.
TMZ reported on Feb. 21 that Blac Chyna's short-lived romance with Soulja Boy came to an end after they got into "a huge argument" about her ex, Tyga, and their "true intentions in their relationship." According to the webloid, the mother of two and the "Crank That" rapper started seeing each other to get back at Tyga, who traded words with Soulja Boy on Twitter earlier this year. TMZ added that Chyna, who likes to stay in for one-on-one dates, also had concerns about whether or not Soulja, who'd rather party with a big group, could commit to her. "The breakup is totally amicable, and there's a chance they might try their luck again in the future," wrote TMZ. That's when things took a turn: Soulja retweeted the TMZ report about the breakup, adding in a super-graphic tweet that he only got with Chyna for the physical aspects of their relationship. He then tweeted an apology for the graphic tweet … which he promptly retracted. "My apologies to Blac Chyna and my fans for the previous tweet. Blac Chyna and I have a mutual friendship nothing more nothing less," read the apology tweet. "Blac Chyna hacked my phone. … I didn't tweet that last tweet apology. I left my phone at her house," read the retraction. Soulja then claimed that he's actually dating makeup artist and Instagram model Tiona Fernan, who includes his Instagram handle and the double-heart emoji as part of her Insta bio.
Us Weekly reported on Feb. 27 that, according to a source, Justin Bieber is having some regrets about certain aspects of his marriage. "[He's] brought up that he's scared he doesn't have a prenup," said the insider, adding that the pop star and new wife Hailey Bieber have "some issues" but are "committed to working through them." Continued the source, "Hailey is not going to leave Justin and he won't leave her either. … She's been so supportive of him throughout this process [of getting help with his depression]." The insider added that the "Sorry" singer "has trouble trusting those around him and has backed away from certain friends because he's afraid people are using him, and he's been claiming friends are stealing his beats and things like that." According to a second source, Justin "overall has improved a lot, especially since being with Hailey."
Danielle Staub finalized her extremely contentious divorce from Marty Caffrey on Feb. 21. As she left court, she told TMZ that she's "very happy now" and "so relieved" to be done with the 10-month marriage. The reality star even flashed the bird in reference to her ex and said that she "never took his name for a reason." The former star of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" then called Marty "thirsty" for fame and asked TMZ, "Who hires a publicist as a retired whatever he did?" So there's no chance for reconciliation? "Hell, no," said Danielle. "He cannot knock on that door. It's closed and locked." The mother of two concluded by acknowledging that, due to her troubled childhood, her "picker" is "a little off" when it comes to choosing men. "But, hey, I believe in love, so I'll probably get engaged 19 more times," she said. Just five days later, she debuted her new boyfriend, New York City-based businessman Olivier Maier, with a photo of them kissing in St. Barts on Instagram. She told People magazine of her new man, "We fell in love."
Petra Nemcova debuted her new romance with Osham Group partner Benjamin Larretche at the Hollywood for Science Gala in Los Angeles on Feb. 21 — less than two months after the news broke that she and fiancé No. 3, Alejandro Grimaldi, called it quits. Three days later, the new couple was photographed kissing at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood.
Bella Thorne announced on Twitter on Feb. 26 that she and YouTuber Tana Mongeau are no longer seeing each other. "Tana and I aren't together anymore, pls stop asking," she tweeted. Tana also addressed the split on Twitter: "i love [Bella] forever don't get that twisted. she changed my life forever. Don't rly wanna talk on it.. there's no negativity at all," she tweeted, adding the broken-heart emoji. "I'm not fully [happy]. this obviously breaks my heart. i will be though. as long as she is," Tana wrote in a subsequent tweet. Bella and Tana first started seeing each other in September 2017, around the time the former child star also started seeing Mod Sun. She and the rapper are still going strong.
"Venmo" John Graham, who competed for Becca Kufrin's heart on Season 14 of "The Bachelorette" in 2018, took to Instagram on Feb. 27 to debut his new girlfriend, a San Francisco-based beauty named Brittni "Bee" Nowell. "There's snowplace like being with this one. 😊 At first, I tried to play it cool around @bee_nowell. So I pushed her in the snow like a true gentleman. My B… But then I realized I couldn't keep my cool at all, so I've been trying to win her over ever since. Now, I'm lucky enough to call her my B, and I'm excited for our adventures ahead!" he captioned a photo of them together in the snow. He then took to his Instagram Story to share a selfie with Bee on a flight to London.
According to Us Weekly, Holly Madison and Pasquale Rotella finalized their divorce in Las Vegas on Feb. 25. Details regarding their custody and child support agreements are reportedly sealed. The Insomniac Events CEO announced in September that they were calling it quits.
According to The Blast, "Pose" writer-producer-director Janet Mock filed to divorce her husband of three years, Aaron Tredwell, on Feb. 20, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. She reportedly did not fill out any of the sections regarding spousal support in her legal paperwork.
On Feb. 22, Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa Trump released a statement announcing that they finalized their divorce late last year. "We finalized our agreement at the end of last year," they said. "We are incredibly lucky to have five amazing children and are committed to raising them together. Our kids and their happiness will always be our first priority." According to Page Six, the duo "signed a confidentiality agreement to keep details of their divorce under wraps."
During an interview for the cover of the March 2019 issue of Vanity Fair, which hit the Internet on Feb. 21, Miley Cyrus opened up about how she and now-husband Liam Hemsworth grew closer after a fire destroyed their home in Malibu: "When you experience what we experienced together with someone, it is like glue. You're the only two people in the world who can understand," she said, adding that she and the actor "found a new bond underneath all that rubble." She went on to say that their relationship is "zero percent different" since they tied the knot. "I would say that losing the house changed us much more than getting married changed us," said the singer-actress, explaining that they decided to make it official because they've "worn rings forever" and not because they "need it in any way." Continued Miley of marriage, "It actually is kind of out of character for me. … The reason that people get married sometimes can be old fashioned, but I think the reason we got married isn't old fashioned — I actually think it's kind of New Age. We're redefining … what it looks like for someone that's a queer person like myself to be in a hetero relationship. A big part of my pride and my identity is being a queer person. What I preach is: People fall in love with people, not gender, not looks, not whatever. What I'm in love with exists on almost a spiritual level. It has nothing to do with sexuality. Relationships and partnerships in a new generation — I don't think they have so much to do with sexuality or gender. Sex is actually a small part, and gender is a very small, almost irrelevant part of relationships. … My relationship is very special to me, it is my home. I feel less misplaced when we are in the same room, no matter where that is, but just because something changes in my relationship doesn't mean something has to drastically change in my individuality. What Liam and I went through together changed us. I'm not sure without losing Malibu, we would've been ready to take this step or ever even gotten married, who can say? But the timing felt right and I go with my heart."
On the Feb. 25 episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Katy Perry revealed how she and Orlando Bloom, who proposed on Valentine's Day, first connected at an afterparty following the 2016 Golden Globes: "In-N-Out plays a big role in my life. We bonded over an In-N-Out burger about three years [ago] at the Golden Globes," she said. "He stole one off of my table. I was sitting with Denzel Washington. He took it, and I was like, 'Wait! Who? Oh, you're so hot. Fine, take it.' And then I saw him at a party [later that night] and I was like, 'How are those onions resting on your molars?' He's like, 'I like you.' And then, you know, cut to [our engagement]." So did the actor pick out Katy's engagement ring all by himself? "I voiced my opinions," said the pop star. She went on to say that Orlando proposed (after a major act of clumsiness) during a helicopter ride following their V-Day dinner. "Actually, the funny part is we had champagne in the helicopter and the [ring] box was in his pocket and he had written down everything he wanted to say in a note to divert [my attention]. He was gonna pull [the ring] out while I'm reading it. So I'm reading it, but I'm hearing the champagne is broken, the bottle is everywhere, and I'm still looking at the note because he's pulling out this box that's too big for his coat pocket and it rips his coat pocket and his elbow goes into the champagne, and I'm like, 'No, I'm just reading the note. I know you're not doing anything." After he finally popped the question, the helicopter landed on the rooftop of a building in downtown Los Angeles. "My whole family was there and all my friends. He did so well," Katy gushed of her "adventure buddy." On Feb. 21, Us Weekly reported that, according to a source, the newly engaged duo are "thinking of a destination wedding." Said the insider of the formerly off-and-on couple's big commitment, "They put in extra time to see each other and communicated. … [Katy] told some of her staff that her goal for 2019 was to invest more into her relationship with him, and that she was ready to take the next step."
Cardi B previously said that she's not interested in marriage counseling, but now, it seems, she's rapping a different tune. During a Feb. 27 appearance on "The Breakfast Club," Offset said that he and his wife have sought the help of a marriage counselor since reconciling following his late 2018 cheating scandal. "You gotta go through steps and different things so we can grow," he said, adding that counseling has helped them with "real behind-the-scenes getting to know each other" and "getting to know who you're with and appreciate them all the way around." Continued the Migos rapper, "[We're] working through it. Gotta work. … Don't stop."
TMZ reported on Feb. 21 that long before Brendan McLoughlin was Miranda Lambert's husband, he was a fan of her and her music. According to the webloid, the NYPD cop "is a country music fanatic who was pining to meet her for years." He reportedly told pals that "one of his goals was to meet" the singer, whom he's "always had the hots for." Brendan "was waiting for his chance" to meet her after meeting other artists like Florida Georgia Line and Miranda's ex-husband, Blake Shelton, through his job working a beat near the "Good Morning America" studios in New York City.
On the Feb. 20 episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," Mark Consuelos revealed that he and Kelly Ripa briefly split the week before they eloped back in 1996. According to the "Riverdale" star, the blonde beauty headed out of town to visit her family during their short-lived breakup. When she got back, they were immediately thrust together for a joint appearance on "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee." Said the former soap star, "She wouldn't talk to me, and that made me go crazy." After they wrapped their appearance on the daytime talk show, Mark followed Kelly through Central Park. Ultimately, he convinced her to speak to him. "We went back to my place, and then we got married the next day," he recalled. Mark also said that he knew "pretty early on" that Kelly was the one for him. "We would go out with groups of people from work and slowly each date would go that the groups started getting smaller and smaller until it was just us two," he said. "I was shy. I wasn't very aggressive that way." The rest is history!
On the Feb. 27 episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Idris Elba opened up about his February 2018 proposal to Sabrina Dhowre during a private screening of "Yardie," his feature-film directorial debut. "It was like two days before Valentine's, and I had this ring in my pocket — it was burning a hole. Then Valentine's came and she had to fly somewhere, so there was a likelihood that I wasn't going to see her on Valentine's Day. So I was like, 'When do I do it?'" he recalled. "So I made this movie, and Sab was on the set every day. She knew the whole crew, so at the screening …. I just dropped to one knee." Added the actor-DJ, "It was very nerve-wracking."
On the Feb. 25 episode of her Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk," Jada Pinkett Smith opened up about the tough realities of long-term relationships: "Nobody talks about the sacrifice, the deterioration and the dissolving of fantasies and idealism," she said, explaining that people fall in love with their idea of the perfect partner but that the trouble starts "when we actually meet the human being, then we gotta learn how to love that one." Continued the actress, "The reason why it is so important to me to be able to stick it out is because to really get to the true meaning of love, in my opinion, it is unconditional. It has to be — because we are all too flawed. No matter how much work we do! It never ends." She also said that while there have been "several occasions" when she and her husband of more than two decades, Will Smith, "just had enough" and wanted to throw in the towel on their marriage, they "just couldn't" end it because they knew "this is what is meant to be, this partnership." Jada also admitted that she has "daddy issues" stemming from the abuse her mother suffered at the hands of her father. "I came to the table with a lot of pain. I came to the table with a lot of brokenness," she said. "It made me really angry towards men. I had very high expectations. … The way I ended up with Will, I had to change my whole perspective because, I want you to know something, he was not the dude! But I had to change that. I can't ask somebody to be for me what I'm not willing to be for them. And what I realized in my partnership with Will was that I was asking him to be a lot of things for me that I wasn't willing to do for me." The hard work was "worth it," though, because she has "another person that can love you for all that you are." Concluded the mother of two, "Will has loved me through the worst of myself. And I have done the same. When somebody can love you in that way, it makes your faith in the world come together."
During an interview with Radar Online that hit the Internet on Feb. 22, Dina Lohan's boyfriend, Jesse Nadler, said that he's "going to marry" her. "I know it's crazy because we haven't met. But we have amazing chemistry," he said. "We get on the phone and talk about everything under the moon. She's talked to my mother, my niece! Even though we haven't been physically in the same room, it's like we are two kids. We talk about big things, little things, what we had for dinner, breakfast, we just talk. There's no way that's going to change." As for early rumors that he might be "catfishing" the mother of four, "I'm not a catfish and fake guy who steals photos," he said. "I didn't like the term 'catfish.' Anyone who cons people, who creates false personas and photos rubs me the wrong way and really upsets me. … I'm a real guy. And Dina is happy that people don't think she got catfished. That's embarrassing." He went on to say that he and Dina have been "talking like crazy" on FaceTime "three to five times a day" since she wrapped "Celebrity Big Brother." Jesse, who currently lives in California, also revealed that his realtor is helping him find a two-bedroom condo on the beach in Long Island, where he grew up, so that he can be closer to the New York-based reality star. They'll have their first official date after Dina has "decompressed" from "CBB," Jesse said. "Being together physically is going to spike it up. There's no conflict with our worlds. We support each other," he said. "I don't want to see anyone else, I don't want to pursue anyone else. My eggs are in her basket. She's the one the voice inside my heart says is the one." Finally, Jesse told Radar that he isn't familiar with Dina's famous offspring. "The first time I talked to Dina on phone, she said, 'Do you know anything about my child, she's an actress?' I said, 'Anything I need to know about kids or you I'll get from you.' I'm not going to Google her kids. I told her, 'I'll see your kid's movies when we are together and on a rainy night we'll watch them.' She is so proud of them. I kept my word," he said.
During an interview for the cover of the April 2019 issue of Tatler, which hit the Internet on Feb. 22, Sofia Richie opened up about keeping her relationship with Scott Disick private. "I think a lot of people think they have to prove their relationships through social media and I'm just happy being private about my relationship," she said. "It's not like I won't post pictures about it, but I like having my little private life." Added the model of her age-defying romance with the father of three, "Whatever we do, whether it's going to the cinema or dinner, we'll always just end up going home and watching a movie after."
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen took to Instagram on Feb. 26 to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. "Ten years ago, I didn't realize how much I could love you and the family we created together. My heart is so full and I am so blessed! I know our journey has not been easy, but the challenges we have overcome have made our bond stronger and our love grow deeper. Thank you for loving me, for supporting my dreams, and for nurturing our family in the way that only you could. You are my rock, my love and my light! I love you and I love our family! 🌟❤️😍 #bosslady," the football star captioned a photo of himself kissing his missus on their wedding day. "I can't believe it's already been 10 years since we've chose to walk this life together… and what incredible 10 years we've had! There is nothing that I love more in this world than you and our family. Thank you for being on this journey with me and for doing the work that it takes to make it so special. May we continue growing together, walking side by side supporting and loving one another for many many years to come. Te amo tanto," the supermodel captioned a slideshow of pictures of them together over the years.
During an interview for the cover of the spring 2019 issue of V magazine, which hit the Internet on Feb. 27, Charlie Heaton opened up about working with his girlfriend, actress Natalia Dyer, on "Stranger Things." Said the actor, "Yeah, because there are times when you do get stressed. So to go home with someone you work with, and say, 'I think they hate me.' They'll say, 'No, they don't.' You can break the walls down with your partner. Because we work in the same industry and have had similar trajectories, we've gone through it together. Sharing that does bring you closer. They understand something that maybe no one else would. You go into high-pressure situations together but you can share those insecurities or whatever they are. The great, happy times, too. Really f—— sweet!"
During a Feb. 26 chat with Us Weekly, Olivia Wilde revealed how she and her longtime fiancé, Jason Sudeikis, keep the spark in their relationship alive with two young kids at home. "We prioritize date night," she said. "We go out and have a lot of fun. We were both really social people when we met, and we didn't want to give that up when we became parents, so we're really consistent about our time with them, but we also prioritize a couple of date nights a week. … We go to the theater. … I love to eat food, so we go to a lot of restaurants, see shows, music."
During a recent interview with DJ Ace on BBC Radio 1Xtra, Mary J. Blige revealed that there's just one thing she's looking for in a man: "He has to have more money than me, that's for sure. Because I'm not taking care of any more men!" she said. The singer-actress, who finalized her bitter divorce from Kendu Isaacs in early 2018, went on to say that she's not quite ready to get back out there romantically. "I'm not jaded but I'm very careful right now," she said. "I love my freedom. I love being single right now. I'm in a great place. I'm not in a rush!" She added of single life, "I'm having a ball. I'm having so much fun. I'm free. Free in my mind. Free in my spirit. Free to be me, to do me and just enjoy my life and have people enjoy it with me." When she does start dating again, though, it won't be because she met someone on social media: "I don't even go to my DMs so stop sending [crap] to my DMs!" she said.