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 mid-June 2018, starting with one of the most seemingly random couplings of the year so far: Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger. The duo were caught on camera sharing a picnic date in Santa Barbara, California, on June 17. They looked happy and relaxed in each other's company in photos obtained by DailyMail.com and published on June 18. The 38-year-old actor reportedly picked up Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver's 28-year-old daughter in his truck and drove her up the coast for their date. Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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It's official: Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are engaged. The "Saturday Night Live" star finally confirmed the rumors during a June 20 visit to "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," gushing to the host, "I feel like I won a contest, so sick… it's so lit." A few days earlier, Ariana revealed on her Instagram Story that she and the "Saturday Night Live" star are now living together. TMZ reported on June 20 that the duo moved into a $16 million, five-bedroom, 4,000-square-foot apartment in New York City with views of the Empire State Building. The complex also has a fitness center, a pool and a private IMAX theater. In other news: TMZ shed some light on the whirlwind-fast couple's relationship timeline. According to a June 17 report, Pete was on a break from his relationship with Cazzie David (but not necessarily broken up with her for good) when he started dating Ariana in early May. As for Larry David's daughter, TMZ sources say Cazzie isn't bothered by how quickly her ex has moved on.
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Despite a June 18 report in Page Six claiming that they were seen looking "cozy" while lunching together in New York City on June 15, Jake Gyllenhaal and Vanessa Kirby are not dating. "It was touchy-feely. She was touching his hair. They were sitting on the same side of the table," an onlooker said of the "Everest" co-stars. But other sources tell Page Six that the duo are just close friends and that the star of "The Crown" is actually dating "War & Peace" star Callum Turner, who is also friends with Jake. "Vanessa is a very tactile person. She is happily in a long-term relationship. … It was just two friends catching up," said a pal of the chummy-looking lunch.
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When Kris Jenner told Us Weekly on May 31 that Khloe Kardashian and her newborn daughter True were moving back to Los Angeles from Cleveland in the wake of baby daddy Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal, we all thought it meant she'd be leaving behind the philandering basketball star. Not so! Tristan was at Khloe's side when she stepped out in Los Angeles on June 18. The duo reportedly went on a double date with Kendall Jenner and her special friend, NBA player Ben Simmons, to catch Dave Chappelle's private show at the Peppermint Club in West Hollywood, where they ran into Anwar Hadid, with whom Kendall locked lips just two weeks ago. An E! News spy described Khloe and Tristan as "very affectionate," kissing and laughing and making it "very apparent that they are a couple." The basketball star reportedly stayed by his girlfriend's side throughout the evening and "seemed protective" of her. During an afterparty, Khloe and a "very attentive" Tristan danced and "looked affectionate." Meanwhile, Kendall and Ben were "cuddling next to each other" during their night out. As for Anwar, he and the model "casually said hi to each other and were friendly."
Val Chmerkovskiy and Jenna Johnson got engaged during a vacation in Venice, Italy, on June 14. "I knew the moment I met you, you were the man of my dreams and I wanted to be with you forever. … thank you for making my fairytale come true today! Cannot believe I get to call you my FIANCÉ!!!! #engaged," the "Dancing With the Stars" beauty captioned an Instagram slideshow of two photos depicting the moment the fellow professional dancer popped the question. "I can't wait to make you my wife," Val captioned the same two shots on his own Instagram.
Scotty McCreery married longtime love Gabi Dugal, a pediatric nurse at Duke University Hospital whom he met in kindergarten and started dating six years ago, in North Carolina on June 16. The duo, who've never lived under the same roof, told People magazine that they look forward to moving in together after their honeymoon in Bora Bora.
Jared Haibon asked Ashley Iaconetti to be his wife as "Bachelor in Paradise" cameras rolled on the beach in Mexico on June 17. "Ashley and Jared are both so excited about the engagement," a source told People magazine. "Ashley had her suspicions that an engagement would happen in Mexico but she didn't want to get herself too psyched out and then have nothing happen. They're both thrilled though!" The reality TV stars, who've had an off-and-on thing since 2015, just announced in May that they were officially dating.
Though John Cena and Nikki Bella have reportedly reconciled following their brief April breakup, they looked anything but happy to be together during a night out in San Diego on June 12. Witnesses told TMZ that the duo's conversation "looked intense during the entire meal." In a photo obtained by the webloid, the couple appear tense while seated far away from each other at the same table, the forlorn-looking brunette beauty's head resting on her fist.
Sandra Bullock and her boyfriend of three years, photographer Bryan Randall, made a rare joint appearance during the London premiere of "Ocean's 8" on June 13. The duo were all smiles while being photobombed by an incredibly excited fan.
Duchess Meghan dished on her new husband on June 14 while chatting with fans during her first royal engagement without him. A woman told People magazine that the former actress called Prince Harry the "best husband ever" and said that she's "really enjoying" married life, which she reportedly called "wonderful."
On "713," a track from JAY-Z and Beyonce's joint "Everything Is Love" album, which dropped on June 16, the rapper reveals how he and his missus first hit it off: They sat next to each other on the flight home from MTV's Spring Break 2000 in Cancun, Mexico. A few years later, they had their first date at Nobu. "We played it cool at the pool of the Cancun, VMA / Confidence you exude make the fools stay away / Me, I played my room, let the fools have they say / Fate had me sittin' next to you on the plane / And I knew straight away," he raps. "The next time we would speak was like two years away / You had a man, you shut it down until you two had a break / I bet that dude rued the day / You kept me up on the phone while you were away / You came back, I let you set the date, Nobu on the plate / I brought my dude to play it cool, my first foolish mistake."
Zayn Malik dished on his purportedly rekindled romance with Gigi Hadid — but stopped short of confirming they're a monogamous couple — during a cover-story interview for the July 2018 issue of GQ magazine, which hit the Internet on June 18. When asked if their coupling was all a publicity stunt, he fired back, "If a relationship is for your career, you can f——- walk out the door. No way. See you later." According to the interviewer, the singer spoke about his off-and-on love "in a purely misty-eyed, worshipful tone that telegraphs he may be atoning for something" and "uses the term 'we' in the present tense quite a bit" when discussing their relationship — as in "We go to the farm," and "We have horses." Said Zayn of Gigi, "I'm really thankful that I met her. … I had a very negative outlook on things. That might have been adolescence or testosterone or whatever the f— was running through my body at the time. … She's helped me to look at things from a positive angle." As for whether or not they're a couple, "We're still really good friends, and we're still in contact. No bad blood," he said. "We're adults. We don't need to put a label on it, make it something for people's expectations."
During a June 13 appearance on "Sway's Universe," Jada Pinkett Smith explained why she and husband Will Smith will never divorce: "Here is the thing about Will and I, we are family. That is never going down. It's just not," she said of the constant rumors that she and her husband of more than 20 years are calling it quits. "We are family," she continued. "Take out all that whole marriage, relationship crap, at the end of the day, Will and I are family. I am going to hold him down, doesn't matter. All that relationship and what people think ideas of a husband, partner and all that, man, whatever. At the end of the day, that is a man that can rely on me for the rest of his life, period."
Things are getting serious for Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone. On June 13, the Oscar-winning actor joined his much-younger girlfriend for an intimate dinner in Beverly Hills with her family, including her mom, actress Lucila Solá, and Lucila's partner of nearly a decade, Al Pacino.
There's a new man in Mel B's life, though she's not saying who he is. The former Spice Girl took to Instagram on June 15 to reveal that she's in love with a mystery man. "The look of love #mummysinlove," she captioned a photo of herself and one of her daughters. "The way he makes me laugh and smile gives me butterflies beyond belief Everything about him makes me more than happy and grateful #younowhoyouare #humble #lovehim #truelove #finally," she captioned another photo of herself looking coy with one of her fingertips in her mouth.
Tarek El Moussa may have bought his kids' nanny, a beautiful young woman named Mossy, a new car for her birthday on June 14, but that doesn't mean they're dating. The extravagant gift prompted rumors that the "Flip or Flop" star and Mossy are dating, but his rep clarified to People magazine that as much as the car is a gift to the nanny, it's really for the kids: Mossy drives the kids around, and Tarek wants them to be safe, explained the rep.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin confirmed they're definitely hooking up again during a PDA-packed outing in New York City on June 17. TMZ caught the duo kissing in Brooklyn during the afternoon and making out on a bench as the model sat in the singer's lap in lower Manhattan later that evening. The duo first sparked reconciliation rumors earlier this month.
Gavin Rossdale and girlfriend Sophia Thomalla sparked engagement rumors on June 14 when they stepped out together in London with the German model sporting a massive sparkler on her ring finger. (See it here.) They added fuel to the fire on a second London outing on June 18 (pictured), during which Sophia suspiciously kept her hand hidden away in her pocket. Hmm!
The Blast reported on June 20 that "Rogue One" star Ben Mendelsohn will pay his ex, British writer Emma Forrest, a lump sum of $525,000 as part of their divorce settlement. Though neither party will pay the other spousal support, the actor will have to hand over half of the royalties and residuals for anything he made during their marriage, including "Rogue One" and Netflix's "Bloodline." Emma will get primary physical custody of their daughter, and Ben will pay $7,152 a month in child support. The duo tied the knot in 2012 and separated in 2016.
YBN Almighty Jay took to his Instagram Story on June 19 to announce that he and Blac Chyna called it quits: "@BlacChyna and I Are No Longer Together," he wrote. The age-defying duo — he's 18 and she's 30 — were first linked in February. TMZ reported on June 20 that the mother of two dropped her younger beau because he had a wandering eye and they were fighting all the time. Chyna also reportedly suspects that Jay got another woman pregnant during their relationship.
Jillian Michaels took to Instagram on June 15 to announce that she and Heidi Rhoades, to whom she got engaged in late 2015, called it quits. "Hey Tribe, You've been with me through it all so I'm sharing some news with you…Heidi and I have been split for a while now," she wrote in a text post. "We've found we're better friends and parents living apart than staying together. Life and people change but our love for one another and commitment to raising our two kids as an inseparable team remains. Thanks for always loving and supporting us, the feeling is mutual!" The duo share two children.
"Quantico" star Russell Tovey and former rugby player Steve Brockman have called it quits. The actor broke the news on Instagram in mid-June, though it's unclear when the duo, who revealed in February that they'd gotten engaged, actually split.
Tinsley Mortimer and off-and-on boyfriend Scott Kluth are back off (again), Us Weekly reported on June 20. "They have a complicated relationship," said a source of the duo, whom Carole Radziwill introduced during Season 9 of "The Real Housewives of New York City," which aired in 2017. "They talk every single day and still say I love you," continued the insider. "She's so busy in NYC and he's so busy in Chicago that they are not exclusive right now because it's long distance. They've done this before, these little breaks. They are both super-optimistic they will be able to work it out when their schedules aren't as crazy. … They love each other so much." A second source said the reality TV star "isn't telling anyone they broke up." Said the insider, "Scott can't let go of Tinsley emotionally. … Tinsley is hanging on, hoping that Scott will agree to marry her." A third source echoed, "They are friends now, but will get back together."
Sean Gunn took to Instagram on June 18 to announce that he and actress Natasha Halevi, whom he started dating in 2017, got engaged during a vacation in Kyoto, Japan. "I asked @tashalitas to marry me and she said yes. Or to be more precise she said, 'a million times,'" the "Gilmore Girls" star (and brother of "Guardians of the Galaxy" writer-director James Gunn) captioned a photo of himself and his love showing off her engagement ring.
TMZ reported on June 15 that Jennie Garth's divorce is set to be relatively straightforward: She and estranged husband Dave Abrams, who filed for divorce in April, reportedly signed a prenup before they tied the knot in 2015. The actress filed legal docs saying that she wants the terms of the prenup followed during the divorce proceedings.
According to The Blast, Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey finalized their divorce on June 14, more than six months after the "Glee" star filed to divorce the actor for the second time. The former couple will share joint custody of their son, Josey. They've both reportedly waived the right to support payments to each other, though Naya made a one-time payment of $30K to her ex.
TMZ reported on June 18 that a judge finally signed off on Antonio Sabato Jr. and Cheryl Marie's divorce — nearly six months after they reached an agreement on New Year's Eve. The former couple, who were married for five years and split in December 2016, will have joint legal and physical custody of their son, while the soap star is walking away with their house and a 2015 Fiat. (They'll both return the Maseratis they've been leasing.) He'll pay $533 a month in child support and $350 a month in spousal support to his ex — but only until April 2019. Antonio, who will fork over $10K to Cheryl for her attorney fees, has also been ordered not to take any drugs without a valid prescription. (His former missus previously accused him of abusing prescription drugs.)
The Blast reported on June 15 that Doug Reinhardt and Natalie Sutton finalized their divorce, agreeing as part of the settlement to destroy embryos they created together and to "terminate the potential use of all genetic material either party provided" to ART Reproductive Center, the same facility at the center of Sofia Vergara's contentious embryo battle with ex-fiancé Nick Loeb. The onetime star of "The Hills" and his former missus, whom he wed in October 2017, reportedly signed a prenup, so both parties are walking away with their personal property and Natalie will not be getting spousal support.
"Sister Wives" star Aspyn Brown (Kody Brown's daughter with third wife Christine) married carpenter Mitch Thompson in Sandy, Utah, on June 17. According to People magazine, the duo tied the knot in a Scottish-themed outdoor ceremony in a nod to the groom's heritage. Both the groom and the father of the bride donned kilts during the nuptials.
Radar Online reported on June 13 that Bill Cosby and his wife of 64 years, Camille, are divorcing. But the disgraced comedian's publicist shot down the report, calling it a "ridiculous story from an egregious publication" during an interview with People magazine that hit the Internet the following day. "The accusations they have made in their tabloid are absolutely false," said the rep. "Mrs. and Mr. Cosby are not getting divorced and she's with him in [their] Philadelphia home as we speak." The rep added that there are "no issues in the marriage, no issues with the children" and that it's "amazing how people can make things up."
Kelly Preston knew husband John Travolta was the one when she was just a teenager, she told "Extra" in New York City on June 14. "I actually had a perception when I was 15 that I would be with him," she said. "I knew that I would be with him. Then it was how and why, and then ultimately we got together, which was really amazing." As for the secret to their long-lasting marriage, "I think just communicate. Keep it fun," said Kelly. Echoed John, "We always try to update each other about what we need and what we want. Keep it fresh. … Good communication, I think."
Hugh Grant's new wife, Anna Eberstein, has the stamp of approval from the other most important woman in his life: his ex-girlfriend and longtime pal Elizabeth Hurley. "He seems very, very happy," the actress told Harper's Bazaar as part of an interview that hit the Internet on June 12. "He has three children with his wife Anna, who is adorable, and he's a very happy man," she continued.
Keshia Knight Pulliam made her debut as her rap alter ego, Peaches, on "Cipher," a track from "Heat Rises 2," the latest album from her brother, rapper Kofa, which landed on June 16. The former child star took aim at her ex-husband, Ed Hartwell, spitting, "My baby daddy hit the switch up / I knew I shoulda got a prenup." The duo, who were married for just seven months, had an incredibly contentious divorce.
Two months after Rudy Giuliani announced that he and his third wife, Judith, were divorcing after 15 years of marriage, the former mayor of New York City confirmed that he's moved on with GOP fundraiser Jennifer LeBlanc. Rudy told The New York Post on June 14 that he and Jennifer (pictured together on May 30) have been out together a few times and "are still only friends" but that he hopes it will continue "if we can have some privacy." The divisive politician also doubled down on his denial that he had an affair with married hospital administrator Maria Ryan while he was still with Judith "Just don't know what this fascination is with us or the meanness toward Dr. Ryan where nothing was going on but friendship," he said. "My separation from Judith has nothing to do with either Maria or Jennifer. … Judith sued me for divorce over two months ago. I formally agreed soon thereafter. No one was named [in the divorce papers]; it was irreconcilable differences. … My seeing Jennifer began three weeks ago after my legal separation. That is no concern of anyone." But Judith is singing a different tune: "My husband's denial of the affair with the married Mrs. Ryan is as false as his claim that we were separated when he took up with her," she said on June 12.
Donald Trump Jr. and his estranged wife, Vanessa Trump, stepped out for lunch in New York City on June 13. The following day, the mother of five tweeted her support for Don Jr.'s relationship with FOX News host Kimberly Guilfoyle after some critics called the new romance unethical (because she's a journalist and he's the president's son). "The lengths people will go to attack a woman simply because she's dating Don. We've been separated for over 9 months and respect each other's decisions & privacy. We'll focus on raising our great kids. Would be nice if the press did the same rather than obsess over our pvt lives!" Vanessa tweeted. She also liked her ex's tweet calling the criticism of his new romance — which is still going strong — "liberal privilege at its finest." (For anyone who might have missed it, Vanessa also revealed that she and Don Jr. separated in late 2017, though they didn't announce the breakup until March.)