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 this month, starting with one of the most heartbreaking celebrity-news stories of the year so far: On April 10 — two days before Khloe Kardashian welcomed her daughter, True — several media outlets published photos and videos of her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, allegedly cheating with multiple women, including at least two ladies with whom he purportedly had long-term affairs. (In the wake of the scandal, multiple outlets reported that the basketball star is a serial cheater and that Khloe had been warned about his infidelity issues.) Since then, there have been conflicting reports about how the new mom plans to move forward in the wake of the cheating scandal, with some outlets reporting she's devastated and plans to end her relationship with Tristan and move back to Los Angeles with True as soon as possible, while other outlets maintain that the "Revenge Body" host is still conflicted about how to proceed and has chosen to stay in Cleveland (at least for now), where she and Tristan planned to raise their little girl. Now keep reading for more of the month's biggest celeb love life updates…
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On April 2, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan announced that they'd called it quits after almost nine years of marriage. Page Six reported that time spent apart due to their hectic careers was to blame for the shocking split. A source added that the former couple also disagreed on their views of the Hollywood lifestyle, which Jenna embraced but Channing shunned. According to the insider, the duo have been separated for months, with Jenna living in Beverly Hills and Channing "living like a dude at their ranch" in Ojai, California.
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On April 5, "Page Six TV" reported that Brad Pitt has been getting close to MIT professor Neri Oxman, an award-winning architect and artist whom he met through an MIT architecture project. Although initial reports indicated that the duo are just friends, Us Weekly reported on April 10 that the pair have been quietly dating since the fall of 2017 and have even vacationed together. A source said that Brad is "absolutely smitten" and that his chemistry with Neri is "off the charts." According to the source, the logline that the duo are just professional acquaintances is a cover-up: "They are very much a couple."
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On April 15, a year after he proposed during Wrestlemania 33 and just weeks before they were set to wed in Mexico, Nikki Bella posted a statement on Instagram announcing that she and her boyfriend of six years, John Cena, called it quits. The following day, People magazine reported that the "heartbroken" reality TV star pulled the plug on their relationship when she realized that the "Blockers" actor had cold feet about tying the knot. According to one source, who said John "never should've proposed," the wrestler-actor just wasn't ready to put anything else before his career — not even the woman he loves. But on April 18, Us Weekly reported that a reconciliation isn't entirely out of the question: "They could get back together in a year," said a source.
On April 6, four days after she first alluded to a breakup in a series of emotional videos on her Instagram Story, Kendra Wilkinson officially confirmed that she and Hank Baskett are pulling the plug on their marriage. Reports that the couple of around a decade were headed for a split first kicked off in late March. But on April 13, The Blast reported that the duo, who are still living under the same roof, could reconcile. Hank even told a TMZ cameraman on April 13 that he'll "always leave the door open" for a reconciliation with Kendra.
On April 16, Paula Patton told "Extra" that there's a new man in her life: a dad whom she met through her son's basketball team. Two days later, Page Six identified her boyfriend as still-married real estate agent Zachary Quittman — and implied that the actress may have caused the breakdown of his marriage. But Zachary insisted to RadarOnline that he and his wife have been separated "for a while now" and weren't together when he got together with the "Deja Vu" actress. On April 19, he and Paula made their red carpet debut at the Los Angeles premiere of her new thriller, "Traffik."
On April 13, Justin Theroux raised questions about whether or not he'd moved on from Jennifer Aniston when he stepped out in New York City with model Erika Cardenas, who's 20 years his junior. Though they seemed super-chummy together, a source told DailyMail.com that the duo, who met at the gym, are "just friends."
Olivia Munn is reportedly dating Spanish actor Alex Gonzalez. On April 13, Us Weekly published photos of the duo stepping out together in Los Angeles on March 28. According to a source, they've been secretly seeing each other for about three months.
Spain's HELLO! magazine reported on April 23 that Richard Gere and Alejandra Silva secretly tied the knot "weeks and weeks ago." The duo, who have been an item since the summer of 2014, are reportedly planning to celebrate their new marriage with family at their home in New York on May 6. Richard is 33 years older than his new missus.
Chris Pine and Annabelle Wallis raised questions about the nature of their relationship after they were photographed together at London's Heathrow Airport on March 29. On April 4, Us Weekly confirmed that they are, in fact, a couple. And things are serious! (They've even vacationed together.) The "Star Trek" actor reportedly pursued the "Peaky Blinders" actress hard.
On April 6, Jennie Garth's husband of nearly three years, David Abrams, filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. According to The Blast, he listed their date of separation as Aug. 29, 2017, which is around the time that rumors that the duo were headed for a split first kicked off.
On April 15, reports surfaced alleging that The Weeknd and ex-girlfriend Bella Hadid hooked up during Coachella — which she denied. A few days later, Us Weekly reported that the singer is actually dating model Chantel Jeffries, who previously spent time with Justin Bieber. Though the romance is "new and nothing crazy serious," The Weeknd and Chantel — who reportedly first dated years ago — are "seeing if they can make it work."
Page Six reported on April 4 that Dominic Cooper and Ruth Negga called it quits after eight years as a couple. A source called the breakup amicable and said that the "Preacher" co-stars are still friends. According to the insider, the relationship simply ran its course.
During an April 9 appearance on Australia's "The Kyle and Jackie O Show," Bethenny Frankel revealed that she once dated Meghan Markle's ex-husband, TV producer Trevor Engelson. But according to the reality TV star, they never slept together or hooked up. (Bethenny and Trevor, who was married to the former "Suits" star from 2011 to 2013, are developing a TV show about business women together.)
Ruby Rose took to Twitter on April 1 to announce that she and her girlfriend of two years, rocker Jess Origliasso of The Veronicas, called it quits. Rumors that the duo — who first dated in 2008 before reconnecting in 2016 — had parted ways first surfaced in December when the rocker unfollowed the actress on social media and the "Orange Is the New Black" star deleted Instagram photos of them together.
Adam Rippon debuted his new beau, Jussi-Pekka Kajaala, on Instagram on April 2. The Olympian told People magazine that he and the Finnish stud, whom he met on Tinder, have been talking since late 2017.
On April 6, Brooke Burke filed to divorce David Charvet after seven years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.
Marc Jacobs hired a flash mob to dance to Prince's "Kiss" at a Chipotle as part of his elaborate proposal to model-candlemaker Char Defrancesco on April 4. The duo have been an item since at least late 2015.