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 mid-November 2021, starting with this pair (again)… On Nov. 13, Shia LaBeouf was photographed spending time with off-and-on love Mia Goth at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in the Los Angeles area. (See photos here.) It was the first indication that they might have reconciled romantically again after briefly reconnecting in early 2020. The duo first connected in 2012 on the set of "Nymphomaniac." They tied the knot in 2016 (it's unclear if their nuptials were legally binding) but parted ways in mid-2018. During breaks in their relationship, Shia dated FKA Twigs and Margaret Qualley. In late 2020, Twigs filed a lawsuit accusing the former child star of physical, emotional and sexual abuse. At the time, Page Six reported that, according to a source, Mia "initially had conversations" with Twigs' legal team about potentially participating in the lawsuit, though she ultimately backed out when she "got back with Shia." Said the source, "They're entwined in a way that none of us can understand. It's crazy, but they are always on-again, off-again." The insider added that it would be "a stretch to say that Shia hasn't [also] been abusive to Mia."
Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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Emma Roberts sparked rumors that she and Garrett Hedlund are no longer an item when she attended Paris Hilton's Nov. 11 wedding with pal Cade Hudson — Britney Spears' longtime agent and friend — instead of her partner of nearly three years, with whom she welcomed son Rhodes in late 2020. The actress and the agent, who's reportedly gay, were snapped packing on the PDA throughout Paris's big day: They arrived hand-in-hand, and during the reception, Emma was seen sitting in his lap and pecking him on the cheek. Garrett, meanwhile, has kept an incredibly low profile in recent months.
It's over for model Kaia Gerber and actor Jacob Elordi after a year of dating, Page Six reported on Nov. 18. The couple were first linked in September 2020 and made their red carpet debut as a couple in September 2021 (seen here). The split news comes just a few weeks after they were spotted celebrating Halloween together. Before Page Six confirmed the breakup, Kaia deleted most of her photos of Jacob from Instagram.
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Another week, another much-younger beauty for Scott Disick! On Nov. 15, the 38-year-old father of three was snapped during a night out in West Hollywood with 25-year-old model Christine Burke — whom he first dated back in 2016 when he was 32 and she was just 20. (See photos of their recent hangout here.) "Scott is dating around and getting back out there," said an E! News source. "He connected with his ex Christine through mutual friends, and they have been texting and hanging out. Now that Scott is single, he's been connecting with a lot of people from his past and is trying to go out more." In the brief time since he and 20-year-old model Amelia Gray Hamlin called it quits in early September, Scott has been linked to model Elizabeth Grace Lindley, who's in her early 20s, and to 23-year-old model Hana Cross. "He's having fun with Hana but that's all it is for now," a second source told E! News last week, adding that Scott is "getting back out on the dating scene and enjoying himself." Added the insider, "Meeting new girls and going out is a nice distraction and is helping him move on. He's trying to have fun and keep it light. … [He's] still upset about the way things ended with Amelia. He's had a tough time the last few months." Scott also "hasn't fully bounced back" from the news that former long-term partner Kourtney Kardashian is engaged to new love Travis Barker.
On Nov. 16, Page Six reported that a flirtation has developed between Alex Rodriguez and "The Real Housewife of New York City" alum Kelly Bensimon. "They have a cute and flirty text relationship," said a source. "Alex has asked her out more than once although she has not gone on a date with him." A rep for the reality star confirmed to the New York Post's gossip column that she's been in touch with the former baseball star: "They've been having a fun text relationship for the last couple of months. She thinks he is charming and a gentleman. … They have mutual friends and she has been talking to him about real estate," said the rep. Alex's rep, meanwhile, downplayed the situation to Page Six, insisting, "[Kelly] reached out on a real estate opportunity and that is it. There are no flirty texts, there is nothing there. A lot of people reach out to him for business purposes."
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk sparked reconciliation rumors by walking arm-in-arm on their way to his home in New York City on Nov. 16 — sans the daughter they share, Lea. (See photos here.) According to an "Entertainment Tonight" source, however, the former long-term couple, who split in 2019 after four years of coupledom, are simply friends united in raising their little girl: "[They] have been in a really great groove in regards to co-parenting for a while," said the source. "They both love Lea so much and want to be the best parents possible. A lot of Irina and Bradley's interactions and hangouts surround Lea and her schedule, but they also get together on their own. … They are in a good place and it just works. They have a lot of love and respect for each other."
On Nov. 17, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello took to their Instagram Stories to share identical statements announcing that they recently parted ways after more than two years of coupledom. "Hey guys, we've decided to end our romantic relationship but our love for one another as humans is stronger than ever. We started our relationship as best friends and will continue to be best friends. We so appreciate your support from the beginning and moving forward," they wrote. Back in August, Camila shut down rumors that she and Shawn — who spoke openly of their plans for the future — were secretly engaged. The pair presented a united front while celebrating Halloween 2021 together in matching calavera costumes in late October. But a few weeks later, a source told E! News on Nov. 18, Shawn "initiated the conversation" about breaking up with Camila. Though she was "very upset over the split," she "agreed" it was for the best, the source added. "It was really hard for a few days but she has been spending a lot of time with friends and keeping busy. She has a huge support system and is feeling renewed now." According to the source, who insists it "was not a bad breakup at all," the pair are "still in communication and want to be friends." The crux of why they parted ways? "The relationship was getting stale and complacent and they decided they are better off being friends," the source told E!
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"Southern Charm" star Kathryn Dennis and boyfriend Chleb Ravenell have split after a year of dating, Us Weekly reported on Nov. 18. "She broke up with him and they are no longer living together," a source told Us, adding, "There is no bad ill-will between them." According to the source, Kathryn wanted to "get married again and have more kids" and felt that "her future husband would have to be this amazing stepfather to her children [with ex Thomas Ravenel] and be someone who would make a serious commitment to her, and [Chleb] just wasn't that."
Andrew Garfield has a new girlfriend: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Alyssa Miller, who previously romanced Jake Gyllenhaal. The duo were snapped out and about in New York City on Nov. 15 (when they sported masks and formalwear to attend the NYC premiere of "Tick, Tick… Boom!") and on Nov. 16 (when they held hands during a low-key stroll in SoHo). Later on the 16th, she tagged along when he stopped by the "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" studios.
On Nov. 14, Lily-Rose Depp was snapped smooching French rapper Yassine Stein outside a grocery store in Los Angeles. (See photos here.) It was the first indication that the duo — who were first seen together in mid-October — are more than friends.
On Nov. 12, The New York Times broke the news that Elisabeth Röhm and Peter Glatzer quietly tied the knot in the backyard of their home in Los Angeles on Oct. 5. A friend officiated the 30-minute ceremony, which was attended by the "Law & Order" alum's daughter and the groom's brother. The actress and the film producer, who got engaged over the summer following a courtship of less than a year, are reportedly planning to marry again in front of 150 guests in January.
On Nov. 13, Taylor Lautner took to Instagram to announce that he and his girlfriend of three years, registered nurse Tay Dome, got engaged two days earlier. "11.11.2021 And just like that, all of my wishes came true," he captioned a slideshow of photos of himself popping the question on bended knee. The bride-to-be, meanwhile, captioned her own Instagram post announcing the engagement, "My absolute best friend. I CANNOT WAIT TO SPEND FOREVER WITH YOU." On Nov. 14, the Twilight star's sister, Makena Moore, revealed on Instagram that she introduced Taylor to his future missus. "Not to toot my own horn or anything, but I'm feeling tooty. Think I picked out a good one for my brother. @taydome the moment I met you at a little church in Nashville, I knew that I had to introduce you to my brother. You two couldn't be more perfect for each other. The way that you guys complement each other genuinely blows me away. I CANNOT believe that I gain a sister and best friend for life. Cheers to the happy couple," she captioned a slideshow of photos with Tay.
According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, Ben Higgins and Jessica Clarke tied the knot at The Estate at Cherokee Dock near Nashville on Nov. 13. Bachelor Nation was well represented during the nuptials: Guests included Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs, Jared Haibon and Ashley Iaconetti, Nick Viall, Shawn Booth and Wells Adams, who served as a groomsman. "I am so excited," the groom, who starred on season 20 of "The Bachelor," gushed to People. "We have so much to look forward to. And I know we will have a beautiful marriage." Ben and Jess got engaged in March 2020 following a courtship of a little more than a year.
On Nov. 12, Page Six broke the news that Nina Agdal and Jack Brinkley-Cook recently called it quits after four years of coupledom. According to a source, "there are no hard feelings" between the former long-term couple.
During an interview with Rolling Stone that debuted online on Nov. 11, Adele revealed that she first met her new boyfriend, Rich Paul, on the dance floor at a friend's birthday party several years ago. She went on to call their romance the most "incredible, openhearted, and easiest" relationship of her life. She also revealed that she briefly dated another man before reconnecting with Rich. "[It] was a great learning curve and nice to feel loved, but it was never going to work," she said of the long-distance romance. (The Grammy winner was linked to grime rapper Skepta from late 2019 to mid-2021, though she never confirmed they were anything more than friends.) As for dating again after nearly a decade with her ex-husband, Simon Konecki, "You can't set me up on a f****** blind date! I'm like, 'How's that going to work?' There'll be paparazzi outside and someone will call [Deux Moi]," Adele griped of her inability to look for love via normal channels like dating apps. At other points in the wide-ranging interview, she shared how "devastated" and "embarrassed" she felt when she and Simon ultimately called it quits in 2019. She repeated that sentiment during an interview with Oprah as part of a CBS special that aired on Nov. 14: "I take marriage very seriously," she said. "When we have kids, we stay together, and I tried. I was so disappointed for my son, I was so disappointed for myself." She ultimately threw in the towel, she said, because she realized she was "really not happy" and "not living" but rather "just plugging along." The "hardest part" of the breakup, she said, was trying to explain to her son, Angelo, that while she stilled loved his father, she was "not in love with him." She's currently on good terms with Simon and trusts him with her life, she added. (She also told Oprah that there's an "easiness to her relationship with Rich, which has "been very smooth." It's the first time ever that she's truly loved herself and "been open to loving and being loved by someone else," she said.) Finally, during a Nov. 17 interview with John Mayer for SiriusXM, Adele said that she's "definitely" still "open to marriage," which she described as "a really incredible thing." Said the chart-topper, "The feeling I had in being married was the safest feeling I've ever had in my life. Sadly it didn't work out, but I miss being married."
During a Nov. 13 interview with "Entertainment Tonight," Halle Berry's boyfriend of a little more than year, Van Hunt, said that he "would love to" marry the Oscar-winning actress, who chimed in to joke that they're already "official" after her son officiated their nuptials. "Oh right, that's right, her son. Somebody married us," said the musician. Sounds like real wedding bells could be ringing any day now!
Getting serious! TMZ reported on Nov. 15 that Renee Zellweger recently started renting a five-bedroom home in Laguna Beach "across the street" from boyfriend Ant Anstead. The former "Wheeler Dealers" host will reportedly live with his girlfriend of just a few months while renovating his home for HGTV's "Property Brothers." It's unclear if the pair will continue living together once Ant's home is no longer under construction.
After years of keeping their off-and-on romance mostly under wraps, Tom Holland and Zendaya confirmed this month that things between them are serious: They're in love. During an interview with Total Film that went viral in mid-November, the Peter Parker actor reportedly said that he's "very happy and in love." Then during an interview with GQ that debuted online on Nov. 17, he opened up about getting snapped smooching his "Spider-Man" co-star in July: "A moment that you think is between two people that love each other very much is now a moment that is shared with the entire world," he said. Added the "Dune" actress, "The equal sentiment [we both share] is just that when you really love and care about somebody, some moments or things, you wish were your own. … I think loving someone is a sacred thing and a special thing and something that you want to deal with and go through and experience and enjoy amongst the two people that love each other."
What a mess… During an interview with People magazine that debuted online on Nov. 17, former "The Bachelorette" star Hannah Brown revealed that she and her second runner-up, Peter Weber, hooked up in February 2020 while his season of "The Bachelor" was airing. (By that point, he and Hannah Ann Sluss — to whom he proposed on the finale of season 24 of "The Bachelor" — had already called it quits, and he'd yet to reconnect with Madison Prewett, who quit the show in its final week.) Hannah and Peter first reconnected when she made a special guest appearance on the first two episodes of his season: "Going back and seeing him as the Bachelor, it brought up a lot," she said, adding that he told her "he'd quit the show, 100 percent" if she could say with certainty that she "wanted to be with him." Explained the former beauty queen, "I wanted to go on a date with him, but I couldn't say that I knew for sure." So she walked away and he got engaged to Hannah Ann. But it wasn't meant to be: Hannah B. soon heard that Peter and Hannah Ann "were having troubles." She and Peter crossed paths again at Dylan Barbour and Hannah Godwin's engagement party in February 2020. They ended up sneaking out and spending the night together at his parents' home in the Los Angeles area. In her new book, "God Bless This Mess: Learning to Live and Love Through Life's Best (and Worst) Moments," which debuts on Nov. 23, Hannah writes that ultimately, "the chemistry just wasn't there" anymore with Peter. "It just sucked. And then, I found out he had another girl on his mind. It was all so bizarre." The other girl turned out to be Madi, who briefly attempted to reconcile with Peter in March 2020 after they reconnected on the live "After the Final Rose" special. But Peter wasn't the only ex Hannah B. opened up about this week…
During an interview with People magazine that debuted online on Nov. 17, Hannah Brown admitted that after her season of "The Bachelorette" wrapped in the summer of 2019 — and after she called things off with winner Jed Wyatt — she hoped to reconcile with her runner-up, Tyler Cameron: "I was really hoping that we would start dating again," she said. "I thought I'd made a mistake. I had feelings for Tyler. And I wanted to make things work." They spent one headline-making evening together that August before he started dating Gigi Hadid. "We had really intimate conversations about planning trips and things," she recalled. "I wanted it to work and to know that everything had happened for a reason. But maybe there was some miscommunication of what that meant." She was "really caught off-guard" when she saw Tyler with the supermodel. "I knew we were not together or openly dating, but just from the conversations we'd had, it was so shocking — and so public," she explained. "I felt like I had to be strong and pretend it didn't bother me when it did. I was already on the ground and this was another kick. I was deeply hurt. I said to Tyler, 'I'd date Gigi Hadid too if I could, I get it.' But it was not the way I wish it was handled." They didn't speak for months after that because she was so "upset with him." They reconnected in early 2020 when his mother died — and after "he apologized for how everything went down" with Gigi. She was visiting him in Florida when the coronavirus pandemic first kicked off, leaving her stranded in the Sunshine State with Tyler and "a bunch of yucky boys." But things between them weren't great. "Tyler and I were both hurting really bad," she said, adding that they sometimes went days without speaking to each other. "There was nothing romantic about that time," she continued. "We didn't even kiss! And it was really confusing because I told him I still had feelings for him and he rejected me." She was "embarrassed about it for a while," she admitted. She now has clarity, though: "It wouldn't have worked with Tyler. Yes, there was chemistry and we had fun together, but I don't know if I had what he wants in a person or if he had what I wanted," Hannah concluded. Since then, they've both moved on with other people.
In other Bachelor Nation love news… Andi Dorfman, who starred on season 10 of "The Bachelorette" in 2014, took to Instagram on Nov. 10 to casually reveal she has a new boyfriend — though she kept her mystery man's identity under wraps. "Forever an ATL gal," she captioned a photo of herself embracing a man in a backwards Atlanta Braves baseball cap. According to an E! News source, Andi and her new beau have been "dating for a few months" now. "They are perfect for each other and he makes her the happiest she's ever been," said the source, adding that Andi's mystery man is "the nicest guy" and that the reality star is "enjoying their time together" and "doing her best to keep it private." Echoed an Us Weekly source, "They've been together a few months. He's not from the show or in the entertainment business at all so she's making sure to protect him as much as possible but she's super happy and finally feels she is in love. He really is the nicest guy and they are perfect for each other."
In still more Bachelor Nation love news… Colton Underwood and his boyfriend, political strategist Jordan C. Brown, made their public debut at the Baby2Baby 10-Year Gala in West Hollywood on Nov. 13. They were first linked in September.
Morgan Stewart and Jordan McGraw — who tied the knot in December 2020, welcomed daughter Row in February 2021 and are currently expecting their second child — finally made their official red-carpet debut as a couple at the Baby2Baby 10-Year Gala in West Hollywood on Nov. 13.
According to People magazine, "Basketball Wives" star and executive producer Shaunie O'Neal — who was married to Shaquille O'Neal from 2002 to 2011 and shares four children with the basketball star — got engaged to her boyfriend of nearly two years, Pastor Keion Henderson, on a tropical island at 11:11 p.m. on Nov. 11. "This was one of the most magical and special days of my life, being someone that had never officially been proposed to — like no down on one knee and asked 'will you marry me' moment," the bride-to-be said in a statement. "And honestly I'm the person that thought I would never in my lifetime experience a love like this. Everything about that night was incredibly amazing. I wouldn't change a single thing. As a matter of fact, I wish I could experience it over and over again. Keion is an extraordinary man of God. He's wise, he's supportive, he's so loving and attentive. He loves me and my children in a way that has changed my life and my heart. He makes me want to be better every day. And I pray that I do the same for him. This love is FOREVER and I'm honored and overjoyed to do forever with him." Said Keion in his own statement, "I've never been more loved than I am right now. I've never met a more supportive person in my life. There is an inseparable connection that is undeniable between Shaunie and I. I am unwilling to let anyone else occupy her space. The love and respect we share for each other contributes to our ever evolving humility and growth. Which ultimately makes us more like God. Who wouldn't want a spouse that makes you more like The Creator? She simply brings out the best in me, and wants the best for me. Any love that accomplishes all of that naturally is worth pursuing. Our engagement is the beginning of a new day." They first knew each other professionally and started dating in February 2020 after connecting through a mutual friend.
On Nov. 17, E! News revealed that "My Unorthodox Life" star Batsheva Haart and her husband of nearly a decade, Ben Weinstein, recently called it quits. She reportedly plans to file for divorce sometime soon. The former high school sweethearts married when Batsheva was just 19.
On "The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip," which debuted on Peacock on Nov. 16, Teresa Giudice said that she "didn't feel anything" for then-husband Joe Giudice when they finally reunited after he completed his three-year prison sentence in 2019. "I was so disconnected," she said of her disinterest in physical intimacy with him at the time. "I thought we'd be together forever, but our marriage could not survive that," she added of their time behind bars, according to Page Six. Teresa and Joe separated in late 2019 and divorced in 2020. In October, she accepted a marriage proposal from new love Louie Ruelas. Joe has also moved on romantically.
PR exec Simon Huck — who starred on the 2010 E! reality show "The Spin Crowd" and popped up on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" several times over the years — married longtime love Phil Riportella at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles on Nov. 13. Guests included Kim Kardashian West, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Barker, Hailey Bieber, Scott Disick, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend and more. According to Vogue, which published exclusive wedding photos, the publicist popped the question in Montauk in January 2020. He met Phil on Tinder in 2016.
Cali Trepp and Tomas Buenos — who met on the seventh season of the MTV reality show "Are You the One" in 2018 — took to Instagram on Nov. 16 to announce that they got engaged during the Orlando, Florida, edition of Electric Daisy Carnival over the previous weekend. "I SAID YES. … I had no idea what was going on, forgot to say yes…. I just was in so much shock!!! It was so heartwarming to have our friends there for this moment and even the crowd around us cheering! @edc_orlando was unforgettable," the bride-to-be captioned a slideshow of photos depicting the proposal. Tom, meanwhile, captioned the same shots, "Love you future wife."