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 January 2019, starting with this adorable duo… Chris Pratt took to Instagram on Jan. 14 to announce that he and Katherine Schwarzenegger are engaged. "Sweet Katherine, so happy you said yes! I'm thrilled to be marrying you. Proud to live boldly in faith with you. Here we go!" he captioned a photo of himself embracing his wife-to-be as she gazes at her new engagement ring, which Jason Beverly Hills jeweler Jason Arasheben estimated is worth between $150K and $550K. Now keep reading for more of the month's biggest celeb love life updates…
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Kendra Wilkinson was photographed holding hands with Bachelor Nation's "Bad Chad" Johnson — who competed for JoJo Fletcher's heart on Season 12 of "The Bachelorette" in 2016 — in Los Angeles on Jan. 21. Two days later, Us Weekly reported that the pair have known each other for a while and, according to a source, "have recently been hanging out a lot more and going on super low-profile dates." The insider went on to say that they're "just having fun" and that "Kendra really isn't looking to get into anything too serious right now" because "she's still partially recovering from her former situation" with her estranged husband, Hank Baskett, to whom she's still technically married.
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Kate Beckinsale, 45, and Pete Davidson, 25, made headlines after multiple media outlets spotted them flirting at Netflix's Golden Globes afterparty on Jan. 6. Sadly, they haven't been seen together since then!
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Teresa Giudice and her lawyer have previously denied that she and husband Joe Giudice — who's been incarcerated since March 2016 on federal mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud charges — would break up if Joe's deported to his native Italy upon his release from prison this spring. But People magazine reported on Jan. 24 that the mother of four told her "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" castmates during the Season 9 reunion taping earlier in January that if her husband of 19 years is indeed deported (he's appealing), "we'd go our separate ways." She reportedly told Andy Cohen that she and her daughters will stay in America if Joe is deported, and if that's the case, their marriage will end.
The Sun reported on Jan. 20 that Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron are dating after connecting through her ex-fiancé, Sean Penn. The following day, however, multiple media outlets debunked the story.
Multiple media outlets reported on Jan. 3 that Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik started taking a break from their relationship (again) in November but that it might not be the end for them. An E! News source described the time spent apart as "best for the sake of their relationship right now" because they've "both been really focused on themselves and their separate careers." Continued the insider, "They are in different points in their lives right now and decided they needed the time to breath apart from each other. They are still in touch and both hope that things will work out, but their relationship is always up and down." An Us Weekly source, meanwhile, said that Gigi "tried hard to make it work" but that Zayn has "a lot of his own issues that she couldn't help him get through." Said a second insider, "She cut herself off from all her friends every time they were together. … She focused all her time and energy on him, but it just got to be too much."
Jim Carrey, 56, and "Kidding" co-star Ginger Gonzaga, 34, revealed that they're a couple during Showtime's Golden Globes nominees celebration in West Hollywood on Jan. 5. The following day, they attended the Golden Globes together.
Rosario Dawson is dating New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker. The duo got tongues wagging after a Jan. 5 meet and greet with the cast of Broadway's "Dear Evan Hansen," which they attended with her daughter and his niece. "They were so cute together and seemed so flirtatious," a spy told Page Six, noting that there was no PDA between the pair (pictured with "Dean Evan Hansen" actor Taylor Trensch) even though it seemed obvious that they're a couple.
On Jan. 9, Jeff Bezos and his wife of 25 years, MacKenzie, released a joint statement announcing that they've called it quits. Later that day, Page Six reported that the Amazon CEO has been seeing helicopter pilot and former TV anchor Lauren Sanchez, who separated from Hollywood mogul Patrick Whitesell in the fall of 2018. (The two couples were acquainted with one another, and Jeff even posed for a photo with Patrick and Lauren at a party in December 2016.) Then the National Enquirer published exclusive photos of Jeff and Lauren together and alleged that the pair have been having an affair for the past eight months. According to the tabloid, Jeff and Lauren's spouses were only "recently made aware of the fling." (In other words, MacKenzie and Jeff might not have been separated when he started stepping out with Lauren.) Further muddling the timeline, The New York Times snapped a photo of Jeff wearing his wedding ring while standing beside Lauren at Amazon's Golden Globes afterparty on Jan. 7.
Radar Online reported on Jan. 15 that Heather Locklear and her off-and-on fiancé, Chris Heisser, called it quits after a "never-ending" fight while the actress was on a break from rehab over the holidays. According to a source, the "Melrose Place" actress realized that her former love has been bad for her sobriety. People magazine later confirmed the report, adding that the actress is now "doing outpatient rehab at home."
Nikki Bella is playing the field! Us Weekly reported on Jan. 3 that the wrestling beauty and her former "Dancing With the Stars" partner, Artem Chigvintsev, have been dating "for a while" and that the new season of "Total Bellas" will chronicle their relationship, which multiple media outlets have described as casual. Later in the month, Nikki accepted a date from UFC Champ Henry Cejudo after he revealed in a podcast interview that she's his "biggest crush."
Brie Larson and Phantom Planet frontman Alex Greenwald parted ways after an engagement of almost three years, multiple media outlets reported on Jan. 11. "They have taken a step back from their engagement for the time being but they remain close," a source told People magazine.
Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham — who met on Season 22 of "The Bachelor" and got engaged after he broke things off with Becca Kufrin — tied the knot at Haiku Mill in Maui on Jan. 12. "The Bachelor" host Chris Harrison officiated the ceremony, which was attended by former "The Bachelor" star Sean Lowe and wife Catherine Giudici.
Toni Braxton and Birdman, who spent 2018 planning to tie the knot, stoked rumors they'd called it quits by posting cryptic messages on their social media channels on Jan. 1. "Starting a new chapter isn't always an easy choice… but ALWAYS choose to be chosen. Cheers to a new year," the "Un-Break My Heart" singer captioned a photo of herself on Instagram. She also deleted every other photo she'd ever posted — as did Birdman, who shared a simple text post on his Instagram Story reading, "It's over…" But by the end of the month, it seemed as though they'd reconciled: Birdman surprised Toni onstage during her concert in Atlanta on Jan. 23. The duo shared a lengthy hug before she guided him across the stage by the hand. They reportedly shared a private moment backstage before she returned to finish her set.
On Jan. 2, a Spanish tabloid reported that Grace Kelly's granddaughter, Charlotte Casiraghi, called off her engagement to Dimitri Rassam. A week later, the duo — who welcomed a baby boy, Balthazar, in October — released a statement denying "all unfounded rumors of their separation which are being circulated." They went on to call the breakup reports "cynical and false information" meant "to portray conflict where there is not and never was, with the goal of monetizing it, because the announcement of a separation always motivates good sales." They also threatened legal action.
Country music singer Lauren Alaina took to Instagram on Jan. 21 to announce that she and her high school sweetheart, Alex Hopkins, have called off their engagement.
People magazine reported on Jan. 21 that Adriana Lima and Turkish writer Metin Hara have called it quits after a year and a half of coupledom.
Rob Kardashian is spending time with Alexis Skyy. The duo got together for dinner on Jan. 14 — two days after the "Love & Hip Hop" star got into a physical altercation with Rob's ex-fiancée, Blac Chyna, at a party in Los Angeles. "Spending time with Alexis is his way of getting back at Chyna. He is involved with Alexis, but who knows what will happen," a source told People magazine of the duo.
British actors Richard Madden and Ellie Bamber called it quits after 18 months together, The Sun reported on Jan. 12.
During an interview with Us Weekly that hit the Internet on Jan. 21, Tom Arnold confirmed that he and Ashley Groussman are calling it quits after nearly a decade of marriage.
Phaedra Parks is dating Tone Kapone, the radio DJ confirmed on an early January episode of his WGCI show after the former star of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" raised questions about the nature of their relationship by taking to Instagram to share a photo of them celebrating New Year's Eve together.
Adrianne Palicki took to Twitter on Jan. 17 to announce that she and "The Orville" co-star Scott Grimes are engaged after less than a year of coupledom.
Olivia Culpo and Danny Amendola sparked rumors that they'd reconciled (again) by posting nearly identical videos of fireworks displays on their Instagram Stories on New Year's Eve, two months after they called it quits for the second time amid reports that he cheated. Both videos were taken at strikingly similar-looking beach settings. Danny, by the way, lives in Miami, where he plays for the Dolphins.
Duchess Kate's brother, James Middleton, has been dating French financial expert Alizee Thevenet for six months after meeting in a bar, MailOnline reported on Jan. 3 after the duo were photographed packing on the PDA while vacationing with his family in St. Barts on Jan. 2.
Jason Tartick, who competed for Becca Kufrin's heart on Season 14 of "The Bachelorette," and former "The Bachelorette" star Kaitlyn Bristowe, who called off her three-year engagement to Shawn Booth in late 2018, are dating. In early January, he asked her out on a date, and by the end of the month, they were seeing each other exclusively.
Joel Kinnaman and wife Cleo Wattenstrom parted ways sometime last year, Us Weekly reported on Jan. 23. The duo — who reportedly started seeing each other in 2014 — remain friends. The "Suicide Squad" star, who revealed in April 2016 that they'd secretly tied the knot, raised questions about the status of his marriage after he was spotted with another woman, Swedish Victoria's Secret model Kelly Gale, in Los Angeles on Jan. 20. It's unclear if they're dating.
Peyton List and Cameron Monaghan called it quits over the holidays after more than a year of coupledom, E! News reported on Jan. 18. The duo, who met on the set of "Anthem of a Teenage Prophet," reunited at the film's premiere in Hollywood on Jan. 10.
Tim Tebow proposed to his love of less than a year, Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, at his family's farm outside of Jacksonville, Florida, on Jan. 9.
Nipsey Hussle and Lauren London sparked rumors that they'd gotten engaged when they were spotted doing an engagement-themed photo shoot for a GQ cover story in Los Angeles on Jan. 12. A rep for the rapper told TMZ that the duo aren't engaged, but according to the webloid, "multiple sources connected to the shoot and to the rapper say the pair definitely did get engaged." Adding to the confusion, Nipsey tweeted that it wasn't an engagement photo shoot … though he didn't exactly say he's not engaged.
Jack Osbourne has been secretly dating street artist Meg Zany since September, Radar Online reported on Jan. 2 after the new couple were photographed together in Los Angeles on Dec. 28.
Irish actor Allen Leech and actress Jessica Blair Herman, who starred on "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," tied the knot at the Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort in California's Santa Ynez Valley on Jan. 5. The guest list included the groom's "Downton Abbey" co-stars Michelle Dockery and Dan Stevens and his "Bohemian Rhapsody" co-star Rami Malek. The bride and groom recruited former "Glee" co-stars Darren Criss and Lea Michele to perform at the ceremony.
Paul Giamatti prompted rumors that he has a new girlfriend when he was photographed cozying up to a mystery woman during a New York Rangers game at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 15.
On Jan. 23, "Mission: Impossible" film franchise star Rebecca Ferguson revealed that she and her partner — whom she's only identified by his first name, Rory — quietly tied the knot over the holidays. The duo welcomed a baby girl in 2018.