Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the celebrities who found love, suffered heartbreak or experienced some other major event in their love lives in April 2019, starting with this headline-making duo… Multiple media outlets reported on April 24 that Kate Beckinsale's romance of a few months with Pete Davidson has cooled. There were conflicting reports about the status of their relationship, though, with an "Entertainment Tonight" source saying that the age-mismatched duo are "still friendly but are not on romantic terms," while a People magazine source said that the pair are "still dating as of now" but "decided to slow things down a bit" because they "got super-serious very fast." Meanwhile, In Touch reported that the couple "moved too quickly" and broke up when the actress started to "question whether she should date someone more age-appropriate." Distance — she's in Los Angeles, while the comedian's in New York City — also played a role in the alleged breakup. Now keep reading for more of the month's biggest celeb love life updates…
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Adele and husband Simon Konecki are calling it quits after more than seven years of coupledom and a son together, her reps announced on April 19. The singer confirmed that she and the Life Water co-founder secretly wed when she thanked her "husband" while accepting an award during the 2017 Grammys.
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More than two months after they were first linked, Johnny Depp's new girlfriend has finally been identified as Russian dancer-choreographer Polina Glen, who's reportedly in her mid-20s. According to DailyMail.com, the duo met at a party in Los Angeles in early 2018 and are now living together in the A-list actor's Hollywood mansion. A Polina-friendly source described the pair as "a puppy love couple" and vehemently denied that the dancer is after her beau's money — but also said that her career has benefited from their relationship. "Polina said that they are going to get married and that he wants to go to Russia to meet her parents," said the insider.
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After a 14-month engagement, Idris Elba married former beauty queen Sabrina Dhowre at the Ksar Char Bagh hotel in Marrakesh, Morocco, on April 26, British Vogue reported (the mag also shared photos on Instagram). The bride donned two gowns by Vera Wang while the groom wore a black suit by Ozwald Boateng. This is the British actor and DJ's third marriage.
Multiple media outlets reported on April 11 that Ben Affleck and Lindsay Shookus called it quits for the second time following a reconciliation of just a few months. "She has a kid and an ex-husband and a job in New York and Ben has his family and a job in L.A., and while they love and respect each other, they just realized it wasn't going to work," the same insider told several different publications. "They really gave it another solid try."
People magazine reported on April 19 that, according to a source, Michelle Williams and her husband of less than a year, singer-songwriter Phil Elverum, amicably "separated at the beginning of the year" and "remain friends." The duo quietly tied the knot in the summer of 2018, the actress revealed during an interview for the cover of the September 2018 issue of Vanity Fair.
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On April 12, a judge signed off on Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's request to legally end their marriage even though they've yet to officially settle their divorce. (The former couple are still in the process of dividing their assets and ironing out a permanent custody agreement for their kids.) The pair have since made two more major steps toward completely parting ways: Brad filed his financial information, and his ex restored her name to "Angelina Jolie" after going by "Angelina Jolie-Pitt" during their marriage.
On April 11, Wendy Williams filed to divorce her husband of nearly 22 years, Kevin Hunter. Five days later, he released a lengthy statement taking responsibility for his "recent actions" and apologizing to the daytime talk show host and her fans. There have been rampant reports that Kevin recently welcomed a child with his alleged long-term mistress.
In mid-April, Jenni "JWoww" Farley started dropping hints on social media that there's a new man in her life — the first since she filed to divorce Roger Mathews in September after about three years of marriage. On April 24, she finally confirmed that she does, in fact, have a new boyfriend, a mystery man she nicknamed "24" due to his age. BFF Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi called JWoww's new beau "very handsome" and said that she's never seen the mother of two "more happier and more herself." Even Roger had good things to say, revealing that his ex's new boyfriend is a "good friend of her little brother" and that they've been dating for "a few months." Added Roger, who said he and JWoww have "a very friendly relationship" now, "He seems like a terrific guy and they seem to really be happy… [I] wish her nothing but positive things." On April 25, In Touch revealed that JWoww is dating professional wrestler Zack Clayton Carpinello.
Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor — who announced in May 2017 that they'd separated after nearly two decades of coupledom — sparked reconciliation rumors when they were seen holding hands while taking in a performance of "Pretty Woman: The Musical" with their kids, daughter Ella and son Quinlin, at the Nederlander Theatre in New York City on April 6. After the curtain call, the family of four headed backstage to pose with two of the Broadway show's stars, Andy Karl and Orfeh.
In the months since they called it quits, there have been increasingly troubling reports about what caused Lady Gaga's relationship with Christian Carino to implode. On April 17, Us Weekly reported that, according to a source, the singer-actress was "devastated at first" by the breakup but that it was necessary because the talent agent "infringed on her creative process" and she "couldn't risk jeopardizing her career in that way, over a man," which is "not something she would stand for." Later, Us Weekly reported that Gaga has been "hounded" by her ex since they split and has "told him not to contact her."
Danny Amendola made headlines on April 19 when he took aim at his ex-girlfriend, Olivia Culpo, on Instagram. In the extremely lengthy caption of an old video of Olivia making pancakes, the football star accused her being fame-hungry and admitted that they fought a lot over the course of their off-and-on relationship of a couple years, though he also acknowledged that the physical component of their relationship was "crazy." Danny also made an apparent dig at Zedd, with whom Olivia was seen dancing during Coachella: "Reading all these wild stories about her and I, and seeing Olivia with other men, I just wanted to personally clear the air out here," he wrote. "We've been on and off for a long time and not together as of late! Not sure what's in the future but the only thing I care about is her HAPPINESS. And if that's dancing with [scrawny] little [guys], so be it." The following day, Danny implied that the stories about Olivia and Zedd are what set him off: "It's not fun seeing your name attached to a click-bait headline story that is completely fabricated … so when I saw this love triangle gossip I tried to clear the air," he explained in another Instagram post. Olivia, meanwhile, was also seen on an apparent double date with New York Rangers hockey player Aaron Varos in West Hollywood on April 7.
"Dancing With the Stars" pros Jenna Johnson and Val Chmerkovskiy tied the knot at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palo Verdes, California, on April 13. They then jetted off to St. Lucia, where they celebrated their honeymoon at the Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort.
Multiple media outlets reported on April 13 that Dina Lohan and long-distance love Jesse Nadler called it quits shortly before they were scheduled to meet in person for the first time during a week-long trip to Northern California. Jesse told TMZ that he dumped the reality star after they got in "a blowout argument." He then told "Entertainment Tonight" that he actually planned on proposing to Lindsay Lohan's mom when they finally met. But a source close to Dina told multiple media outlets that Jesse was lying: "There was no meeting scheduled as of yet because Dina was already suspicious that he was media hungry and she is in talks about doing several new shows — including a dating show. Bottom line is it's a non-story and this guy wants his 15 minutes of fame. He just proved her suspicions correct," said the insider.
On April 19, Anna Camp filed to divorce Skylar Astin after two and a half years of marriage. "We can confirm that we have decided to separate, and this decision was made mutually and amicably. We kindly ask for privacy as we navigate this transition," the former "Pitch Perfect" co-stars said in a joint statement.
Bella Thorne took to Instagram on April 15 to reveal that she and her boyfriend of nearly two years, Mod Sun, recently called it quits. According to Page Six, the rapper dumped the singer-actress after they got into a fight at Coachella. The drama continued when Bella showed up announced at Mod Sun's home to collect some of her belongings while he was away and his friends called the cops on her. (She wasn't arrested — but she also wasn't able to collect her things.) She seemed over it by April 18, though, when paparazzi caught her locking lips with Italian pop singer Benjamin Mascolo in San Diego.
Cole Swindell and WWE Diva Barbie Blank made their red carpet debut as a couple at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on April 7. There had been a few indications that they were an item leading up to the annual celebration of Nashville's finest.
"The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Vicki Gunvalson took to Instagram on April 26 to announce that she and Steve Lodge are engaged.
Michelle Branch and The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, who share 7-month-old son Rhys, tied the knot at the Marigny Opera House in New Orleans on April 20.
It's official! G-Eazy and his new girlfriend, Victoria's Secret model Yasmin Wijnaldum, were photographed holding hands outside Warwick nightclub in Hollywood on April 11 — two months after they first stoked romance rumors by flirting on Instagram.
Nearly three months after they first got tongues wagging during the Sundance Film Festival, Jesse Williams and rumored girlfriend Taylour Paige spent time together at Coachella looking very much like a couple.
The Sun reported on April 13 that Naomi Campbell broke things off with Liam Payne after a few months of casual dating because she "got a bit bored" with him. "He was always the more keen, slightly needy one and, as far as she was concerned, they were never officially an item anyway. It's always been very casual," said a source. The former One Direction singer "seemed unbothered" by the breakup during Coachella. He reportedly made the party rounds — and packed on the PDA — with a mystery blonde throughout the first weekend of the annual music festival.
Page Six reported on April 1 that, according to sources, Tom D'Agostino is furious that in her "Countess and Friends" cabaret show, his ex-wife, Luann de Lesseps, accuses him of cheating. He's reportedly alleged to friends that he only strayed after the star of "The Real Housewives of New York City" cheated first.
On April 22, four months after she filed for legal separation, "Roseanne" alum Michael Fishman's wife of two decades, Jennifer Briner, filed for divorce.
On April 13, Andy Richter announced that he and "Strangers With Candy" alum Sarah Thyre are ending their marriage of more than two decades.
"Shameless" star Jeremy Allen White and longtime love Addison Timlin, who welcomed a daughter in October 2018, are engaged, Us Weekly confirmed on April 14.
Actor Jimmi Simpson announced on April 9 that he and British actress Sophia Del Pizzo tied the knot a few days earlier.
Jaden Smith and his new girlfriend, who's yet to be publicly identified, packed on the PDA at various Coachella parties in mid-April. She appears to be the same woman the singer-actor was photographed kissing in Paris on March 5.
Lauren Jauregui and Ty Dolla $ign sparked rumors that they'd called it quits after two years of coupledom by sharing cryptic social media posts on April 15. "I know the truth before it's given, I can read it in your feelins. Ladies, always listen to that little voice in ur heart," the Fifth Harmony singer captioned a slideshow of two mirror selfies. The rapper, meanwhile, archived all of his tweets except one: a single broken-heart emoji, which he's since deleted.
Bobby Jacobs took to Instagram on April 5 to confirm rumors that he and Amanda Stanton — who competed for Ben Higgins' heart on Season 20 of "The Bachelor" in 2016 — called it quits after about a year of coupledom. By all accounts, the mother of two was completely blindsided by the breakup.