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 September 2019, starting with Zooey Deschanel's romance roller coaster… On Sept. 6, the former "New Girl" star and film producer Jacob Pechenik released a statement announcing that they're calling it quits after four years of marriage and two kids together. Exactly a week later, HollywoodLife published photos of the actress and "Property Brothers" star Jonathan Scott holding hands, revealing that they're now an item. The duo met in early August while shooting an upcoming episode of "Carpool Karaoke" with their siblings: her sister, actress Emily Deschanel, and his twin brother, Drew Scott. Now keep reading for more of the month's biggest celebrity love life updates…
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Multiple media outlets reported on Sept. 21 that Miley Cyrus's whirlwind romance with Kaitlynn Carter has already come to an end. The breakup news came as a huge surprise considering that early in the month, there were reports that the two women were so serious, they were living together.
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Jon Hamm sparked rumors that he's dating Ben Affleck's ex-girlfriend, "Saturday Night Live" producer Lindsay Shookus, when the pair were seen sitting together at a performance of "Derren Brown: Secret" on Broadway on Sept. 15. Although witnesses said there was "some flirtatious banter" between the duo and that their outing "very much felt like they were on a date," they're reportedly just longtime friends. When Lindsay and Ben went public with their romance in mid-2017, there were reports that she'd previously dated the "Mad Men" star.
After months of flirting on social media, Demi Lovato and Mike Johnson, who recently competed for Hannah Brown's heart on Season 15 of "The Bachelorette," finally went out on a dinner date in Beverly Hills on Sept. 13.
Rachel Bilson was also linked to a Bachelor Nation personality (Nick Viall) this month. Since they met in July when she appeared on his "The Viall Files" podcast, the actress and the former star of "The Bachelor" have exchanged several flirty messages on social media. During a Sept. 17 chat with Us Weekly, Nick played coy when asked about his flirtatious behavior with Rachel, saying he thought he was just "complimenting her Instagrams." He did, however, admit that it's possible he's "just dense."
Ben Stiller and his wife, Christine Taylor, presented a united front during the 2019 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 22, seemingly confirming rumors from earlier this year that they're giving their relationship another shot after announcing their separation in mid-2017.
The Sun reported on Sept. 7 that Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton — who are currently co-starring in the Broadway production of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal" — have been secretly seeing each other for more than six months. One source, however, told the British tabloid that the duo are just "close friends."
Frankie Grande created confusion in early September when he seemingly confirmed that sister Ariana Grande was dating Mikey Foster, to whom she was first linked in August. After singing Mikey's praises, Frankie said that he and his boyfriend recently double-dated with the pair. But on Sept. 5, Frankie backtracked, saying that Ariana is single and that she and Mikey are just friends.
On Sept. 5, Jen Harley took to her Instagram Story to publicly accuse off-and-on love Ronnie Ortiz-Magro of cheating on her, which he's denied. In the wake of the social media meltdown, multiple media outlets reported that they'd called it quits (again).
The Sun reported on Sept. 15 that Harvey Weinstein's ex-wife, Marchesa co-founder Georgina Chapman, and Adrien Brody, a former friend of the scandalized movie mogul, are an item after being set up by Helena Christensen earlier this year.
On Sept. 10, Page Six reported that when Wendy Williams first discovered that her ex-husband, Kevin Hunter, was having an affair, they "came to an arrangement" that he could do whatever he pleased as long as he didn't have a baby … which, of course, he eventually did. (She previously implied that she and Kevin may have been able to move past his infidelity if he hadn't welcomed a daughter with his mistress.)
Hannah Godwin accepted a marriage proposal from Dylan Barbour on the Sept. 17 finale of Season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise." But they weren't the only Bachelor Nation duo who got engaged! Demi Burnett also proposed to her girlfriend, Kristian Haggerty, while Katie Morton accepted a marriage proposal from Chris Bukowski. Meanwhile, Tayshia Adams and John Paul Jones revealed that they're now dating after breaking up on the Sept. 10 episode of "Bachelor in Paradise." Nicole Lopez-Alvar — who dumped Clay Harbor on the Sept. 17 episode of "Bachelor in Paradise" after he said he was starting to fall in love with her but asked if they could continue dating rather than get engaged — revealed that she's seeing someone new already. She then took to social media to bash the former professional football player for leading her on, questioning why he would appear "on a timed, accelerated, reality dating show — twice — where all finalists get engaged or go home" if he wasn't ready for a major commitment. And finally, after sparking romance rumors with their flirtatious behavior on social media, Kirpa Sudick and Cam Ayala denied that they're a couple.
Lana Del Rey is dating Sgt. Sean "Sticks" Larkin, a real police officer who stars on A&E's "LivePD," according to "Entertainment Tonight," which published photos of the duo together in New York City's Central Park on Sept. 23.
"This Is Us" star Susan Kelechi Watson took to Instagram on Sept. 7 to announce that she and actor Jaime Lincoln Smith are engaged.
Holly Marie Combs and restaurateur Mike Ryan tied the knot in a redwood grove at the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel, California, on Sept. 7. Guests included the bride's former "Charmed" co-stars Brian Krause and Drew Fuller.
Victoria's Secret Angel Lais Ribeiro and Memphis Grizzlies basketball player Joakim Noah, who started dating in 2018, got engaged during Nevada's Burning Man festival, they revealed on Instagram on Sept. 7.
On the Sept. 9 episode of his "Help! I Suck at Dating" podcast, Dean Unglert revealed that he and Caelynn Miller-Keyes are in a serious relationship following their time on Season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise," which they left early to pursue their relationship away from the cameras.
During a Sept. 10 interview with Us Weekly, Robby Hayes shed some light on his relationship with Lindsie Chrisley, which her father, Todd Chrisley, revealed earlier this year, calling it an "extramarital affair." The Bachelor Nation personality said they "had a fling" and were "more serious than a one-time thing" but "never became official."
Anthony Michael Hall took to Instagram on Sept. 7 to announce that he and Lucia Oskerova got engaged while vacationing in Italy. The "War Machine" co-stars were first publicly linked in the summer of 2016.
On Sept. 11, "Happy Days" star Anson Williams filed to divorce his second wife, Jackie.
Country crooner Tyler Rich and "L.A.'s Finest" actress Sabina Gadecki tied the knot at Saddle Woods Farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, on Sept. 20.
Jesse McCartney proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Katie Peterson, while celebrating their seventh anniversary with friends at a restaurant in Los Angeles on Sept. 13.
According to Us Weekly, Brooklyn Beckham was seen kissing his ex-girlfriend, Lexy Panterra, at Tape nightclub in London on Sept. 14. The duo, who were first linked in mid-2018, were last seen together about a year ago — a few months before Brooklyn debuted his romance with Hana Cross, from whom he recently split. On Sept. 26, Lexy released a statement denying that she and Brooklyn had reconciled romantically.
Tara Reid debuted her new boyfriend, music producer and club promoter Nathan Montpetit-Howar, on Instagram on Sept. 4. According to Page Six, the pair were first seen together in April. "Nate and I have known each other for years and have recently started dating," the actress told the New York Post gossip column on Sept. 5. "It's early days but we love spending time together."
"The Real Housewives of Potomac" star Gizelle Bryant revealed on the Season 4 reunion special, which aired on Sept. 15, that she and her ex-husband, pastor Jamal Harrison Bryant, started seeing each other again in 2018. The duo, who share three children, tied the knot in 2002 but divorced in 2009 after he strayed from the marriage.
TMZ reported on Sept. 16 that former blink-182 singer-guitarist Tom DeLonge filed to divorce his wife of 18 years, furniture and interior designer Jennifer DeLonge, in San Diego County Superior Court on Sept. 3.
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's son, actor Wyatt Russell, married Meredith Hagner at his parents' home in Aspen, Colorado, over Labor Day weekend.
"Little People, Big World" star Jacob Roloff and Isabel Rock tied the knot on Oregon's Neahkahnie Mountain on Sept. 5. Two weeks later, his mother, Amy Roloff revealed that she and her boyfriend, Chris Marek, are engaged.
"The Boys in the Band" co-stars Andrew Rannells and Tuc Watkins are a couple. They made their red carpet debut at Hilarity For Charity's County Fair event in Los Angeles on Sept. 14. The "Girls" alum's rep confirmed to Just Jared that he and Tuc are "happily dating."
Danielle Staub told Us Weekly on Sept. 11 that she's currently single — which confirms reports from earlier this year that she and Oliver Maier called it quits after they pressed pause on their whirlwind engagement.
Thomas Middleditch made headlines when he opened up about his polyamorous relationship with his wife of four years, set costumer Mollie Gates, during an extremely revelatory interview with Playboy that hit the Internet on Sept. 17. Among the biggest bombshells? The "Silicon Valley" star said that swinging "saved" their marriage.