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 June 2020, starting with this surprise split… On June 11, The Blast broke the news that earlier in the month, Kelly Clarkson filed to divorce her husband of almost seven years, Brandon Blackstock. Although fans were shocked by the seemingly sudden split, multiple media outlets later reported that the breakup was actually a long time coming. Now keep reading for more of the month's biggest celeb love life updates…
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On June 23, Us Weekly confirmed recent rumors that Jon Hamm is dating actress Anna Osceola, who appeared on the 2015 finale of "Mad Men" and later starred on "Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders." The duo have been seen together several times since 2017 (often playing tennis), though it was unclear at the time that they were anything more than friends.
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On June 19, DailyMail.com broke the news that Heather Locklear and her off-and-on boyfriend of several years, Chris Heisser, are engaged. According to People magazine, he popped the question in late April.
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On June 24, People magazine broke the news that Dennis Quaid and Laura Savoie eloped at San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California, on June 2. The duo initially planned to tie the knot in Hawaii in April but postponed their nuptials due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On June 21, Timothée Chalamet was snapped smooching Eiza Gonzalez while vacationing with friends in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. (See photos here.) It's unclear when the 24-year-old Oscar nominee, who recently split from Lily-Rose Depp, and the 30-year-old actress — who previously romanced both Josh Duhamel and Liam Hemsworth — became an item.
Billie Lourd's boyfriend of several years, Austen Rydell, took to Instagram on June 25 to announce that they're engaged. "She said YES!! (Actually she said 'Duhhh') But I guess that's even better than yes?!?" he captioned a slideshow of photos of himself and the "American Horror Story" star.
On June 10, Us Weekly reported that, according to a source, Demi Lovato and her boyfriend of just a few months, Max Ehrich, have been "talking about getting engaged." The former soap star has even reportedly selected a "very sizable" engagement ring for the singer-actress. "Demi has been aware and in on the fact that Max wants to propose and is so excited," said the source, adding that "he'll likely propose within the next couple of months." In mid-June, the "Sorry Not Sorry" chart-topper called Max the love of her life.
On June 3, Us Weekly confirmed late-April rumors that Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker are more than friends. According to a source, they're "hooking up," but their relationship is "not serious" because the model is "talking to a couple different guys."
On June 24, TMZ broke the news that Brody Jenner is dating Briana Jungwirth, who has a son with former One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson. According to the webloid, it's already serious: The reality star has met his new girlfriend's son, while she's spent time with his former partner Kaitlynn Carter.
On June 17, DailyMail.com reported that in new legal documents filed as part of Johnny Depp's $50 million defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard, a man named Josh Drew alleged that his ex-wife — Amber's best friend Raquel "Rocky" Pennington — told him Amber had an affair with Cara Delevingne while she and Johnny were still married. He also alleged that it was his "understanding" that Amber, Cara and Elon Musk had "a three-way affair" in late 2016 — six months after Amber filed to divorce the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star. Johnny has also suggested in other legal documents that Amber and Elon had an affair in 2015 — before the "Aquaman" actress filed for divorce in May 2016. The SpaceX founder, who dated the actress off and on from 2016 to early 2018, released a statement to Page Six insisting that he and Cara are "friends" and have "never been intimate." He also doubled down on his previous claims that he and Amber "only started going out about a month after her divorce filing." Added Elon, "I don't think I was ever even in the vicinity of Amber during their marriage!"
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly confirmed that they have, in fact, taken their relationship to the next level when they were snapped holding hands and smooching outside a bar in the Los Angeles area on June 15. (See the photos here.) That same day, the rapper-actor tweeted, "I'm calling you girlfriend" — a lyric from his song "Bloody Valentine" — and added that "life imitated art on that one." (Megan starred opposite MGK in the track's steamy music video.) Two days later, Us Weekly confirmed that, according to a source, the duo "have gotten more serious and are officially dating and referring to one another as boyfriend and girlfriend."
Meanwhile, Brian Austin Green sparked rumors that he's moving on from estranged wife Megan Fox with reality star Courtney Stodden when they were snapped picking up takeout from a Mexican restaurant in the Los Angeles area on June 13. (See photos here.) Three days later, TMZ reported that despite how things appeared, they're just friends.
On June 6, People magazine broke the news that Jordana Brewster and her husband of 13 years, film producer Andrew Form, "quietly separated" earlier this year.
On June 11, multiple media outlets reported that Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Ainsley Earhardt have been secretly dating for years. The "Hannity" host declined to comment on the romance rumors, while Ainsley released a statement insisting that she and Sean are just friendly colleagues and that she's "not dating anyone." Earlier in the month, Page Six broke the news that Sean and his wife of more than 20 years, Jill Rhodes, quietly divorced sometime more than a year ago after separating "many years prior to that."
On June 22, People magazine broke the news that three days earlier, Carly Pearce filed to divorce her husband of just eight months, Michael Ray. The duo tied the knot in October 2019.
In late May, there were reports that Scott Disick's lingering feelings for Kourtney Kardashian played a role in his breakup with Sofia Richie. On June 1, Us Weekly reported that, according to a source, the mother of three "is not open" to her former off-and-on love of nearly a decade "in a romantic sense," but he's "always flirting with her and thinks she looks better than ever." Said the source, "Scott is so happy that he and Kourtney get along so well and how easy it is with her. It's weird to everyone else, but not to them. They are really like best friends." On June 23, a People source made it clear that although they're "incredibly close," they're "not back together." Sofia, meanwhile, is said to be hurt by the speculation about Scott and Kourtney.
On June 10, Us Weekly reported that, according to a source, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton hope to tie the knot as soon as the coronavirus pandemic has come to an end. In late 2019, there were reports that the No Doubt frontwoman, who's Roman Catholic, hoped to have her first marriage (to Gavin Rossdale) annulled so that the church would recognize her second marriage (to the country crooner). However, the pandemic "changed Gwen's feelings about getting the annulment and getting married," said the source, noting that although she was previously "committed to getting the annulment, no matter how long it took," that's no longer the case.
On June 4, The Sun reported that, according to a source, things are still "tough" between Kim Kardashian West and husband Kanye West amid the coronavirus pandemic "because they never normally spend this much time together." The mother of four "doesn't want a divorce," though. Instead, she's reportedly considering spending "time apart in different houses."
Raven-Symoné took to Instagram on June 18 to reveal that she married her secret girlfriend, Miranda Maday. They'd previously kept their relationship completely under wraps.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott sparked a fresh round of reconciliation rumors when they stepped out together in Los Angeles on June 13. Two days later, however, People magazine reported that, according to a source, they're still just friendly former flames. "[They] get along. They enjoy hanging out with the same people. And they obviously spend a lot of time together with [their daughter] Stormi," said the source. "Being co-parents seems to be working out better for them than being in a romantic relationship." Earlier in the month, Us Weekly reported that the rapper is "still hopeful … there's a chance that they'll reconcile."
Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson also sparked a fresh round of reconciliation rumors when they were seen looking cozy together at a friend's birthday party that the basketball star hosted at his Los Angeles home. On June 11, TMZ published video from the bash in which Tristan can be seen standing beside Khloe with an arm wrapped around her waist. According to the webloid, however, they're not back together. TMZ noted that the duo see each other every day as they share a daughter, True, but still live separately and "there's no change to their relationship status" — they're "still just friends and co-parents." The coronavirus pandemic has reportedly "given them a chance to hang out more and work on their friendship."
On June 10, People magazine reported that things recently started getting serious between Jared Leto and longtime pal Valery Kaufman, who've been quietly dating "off and on now for a few years." The 26-year-old model "even hung out with Jared's mom earlier this year," said a source.
Headed for a split? On the June 16 episode of her "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast with Rachel Lindsay, Becca Kufrin admitted that she and her fiancé, Garrett Yrigoyen, are on the rocks in the wake of his headline-making comments in support of the police amid Black Lives Matter protests. "For those who are curious about my relationship with Garrett at this point, all I can say right now is I don't know," she said, adding that they're "trying to work through and discuss" their issues. (The former star of "The Bachelorette" has said that she doesn't agree with her beau's controversial viewpoints.)
In other Bachelor Nation news… After a fan spied Nick Viall and Andi Dorfman — who dated on season 10 of "The Bachelorette" in 2014 (pictured) — jogging together, the former star of "The Bachelor" took to Instagram to make it clear that they're just friends. He is dating, though, he revealed on a mid-June episode of his "The Viall Files" podcast. On the June 23 episode, he shot down rumors that his new lucky lady is pal Demi Burnett. (He's not seeing anyone from Bachelor Nation, he said.) Speaking of Demi… on June 20, Us Weekly broke the news that she and Slater Davis called it quits just four months after they debuted their romance on Instagram. In other Bachelor Nation breakup news… "The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart" runner-up Jamie Gabrielle took to Instagram on June 13 to announce that her showmance with partner Trevor Holmes had come to an end. Winners Chris Watson and Bri Stauss, meanwhile, are still going strong: The same day Jamie shared her breakup news, they posted a pair of PDA-packed photos from their reunion in Malibu. … Meanwhile, on the June 18 episode of Kaitlyn Bristowe's "Off the Vine" podcast, her boyfriend, Jason Tartick, revealed that "The Bachelor" producers offered him a Neil Lane engagement ring if he would propose on the June 15 episode of "The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons – Ever!" … which chronicled Kaitlyn's relationship with her ex-fiancé, Shawn Booth. Jason considered their offer for a "day or two" but ultimately declined because he doesn't want his proposal to have any association with her past engagement. In other non-engagement news… On the June 22 episode of "The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever," Dean Unglert and Caelynn Miller-Keyes clarified that although they've been wearing wedding rings for the past six months, they're not legally married — or engaged. They're just super-committed to each other. … And finally, Sydney Lotuaco — who competed for Colton Underwood's heart on season 23 of "The Bachelor" before appearing on season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise" — took to Instagram on June 18 to reveal that she has a new boyfriend.
On June 1, NeNe Leakes took to Instagram to preview a new Atlanta-based business venture with husband Gregg Leakes — and to make light of recent rumors they have an open marriage. After writing that their "bond is unbreakable," she said that they've "been working on something very special lately" — "not our marriage fool cause we both got side pieces," she wrote, adding "let us cheat in peace and mind your business please." Later in the month, she signaled that all is well in their marriage when she took to Instagram to wish Gregg a happy anniversary.
On June 8, Aaron Carter took to Instagram to announce that he and Melanie Martin are "back together" following a late-April split … during which he enjoyed an extremely public romance with another woman. Four days later, he announced that after less than five months of off-and-on dating, he and Melanie are engaged.
Jenelle Evans and husband David Eason spent the first half of June making it clear on social media that their rekindled romance had taken a downward turn. It appeared as though they'd called it quits (again) following a June 12 altercation between David and two of Jenelle's male friends — for which David was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats. The mother of three even hinted at a permanent split, telling Celebernation that it was time for her "to move on from this relationship." But within days, they'd apparently reconciled. On June 18, they were photographed hugging and holding hands while walking their dog together at a park in North Carolina. (See photos here.)
On June 14 — two months after they first sparked romance rumors by quarantining together amid the coronavirus pandemic — "Outer Banks" co-stars Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline took to Instagram to confirm that they are, in fact, a couple.
On June 17, Us Weekly broke the news that Hayden Panettiere and off-and-on love Brian Hickerson called it quits for good following his February arrest for domestic abuse.
Lindsay Lohan's momager, Dina Lohan, took to her private Facebook page on June 17 to announce that she and her back-on boyfriend, Jesse Nadler, are engaged again … even though they've still yet to meet in person. (He told Page Six that he sent Dina's engagement ring to her in the mail because they're unable to see each other in person due to the coronavirus pandemic.)
On June 25, Arielle Kebbel took to Instagram to reveal her new boyfriend, though she stopped short of publicly identifying the mystery man she could be seen canoodling with in a sweet selfie. Us Weekly later confirmed that the "Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector" actress has been seeing her new man "for more than three months." She reportedly met him in New York while she was on the East Coast for work. He's since visited her at her home in Los Angeles. She's "very excited about him," said a source.
During an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" that popped up online on June 5, "When Calls the Heart" actor Daniel Lissing revealed that he secretly married his longtime love, Nadia Lissing, in California earlier this year.
On June 22, Lil Wayne took to Instagram to confirm recent rumors that he and model Denise Bidot are an item.
On June 5, former "Happy Days" star Anson Williams filed to divorce his wife of more than three decades, Jackie Gerken, for the second time in a year. He first filed for divorce in September 2019 but asked to have his divorce petition dismissed the following month.
"Jurassic World" actor Justice Smith took to Instagram on June 5 to publicly reveal his romance with "Queen Sugar" star Nicholas Ashe. In a slideshow of photos from a recent Black Lives Matter rally in New Orleans, Justice included some sweet shots of himself and Nic "to show some #blackboyjoy #blacklove #blackqueerlove" to his followers. "You've been my rock and guiding light through all of this and I love you so much," he added to his beau.
Noah Centineo sparked rumors that he's dating Kylie Jenner's BFF, Stassie Karanikolaou, in the wake of his breakup from Alexis Ren. After Stassie took to Instagram to share a photo of herself wearing an oversized varsity jacket, the actor commented, "Give me my damn jacket back woman. … PLEASE." Replied the newly brunette beauty, "What are u talking about, it's my jacket." Noah has, in fact, been seen wearing the same jacket.
Model Jessica White hinted that she and former flame Nick Cannon (pictured together in 2015 with Amber Rose) had reconciled romantically when she gushed over him on Instagram on June 15, writing that he's always been the love of her life and "always will be."
On June 18, "Big Brother" co-stars Jackson Michie and Holly Allen took to Instagram to announce that they'd called it quits after a year of coupledom. The duo connected while shooting the 21st season of the CBS reality show in the summer of 2019. On June 24, the brunette beauty took to her Instagram Story to share a video of herself out drinking with Bachelor Nation's Blake Horstmann, sparking rumors that she's already moved on from Jackson. According to Us Weekly, however, she and the controversial "Bachelor in Paradise" alum are just friends. "Blake actually knew Holly before she went on 'Big Brother,'" said a source. "They have mutual friends in Denver and were just out with friends catching up."
Raymond Santana of The Exonerated 5 married former "Flavor of Love" star Chandra "Deelishis" Davis in Duluth, Georgia, on June 6 — just six months after they got engaged following a courtship of less than two months.
On June 20, Food Network star Alex Guarnaschelli took to Instagram to announce that she and "Chopped" champ Michael Castellon are engaged.
On June 17, TMZ broke the news that "The Wire" alum Andre Royo's wife of more than two decades, Jane Choi, had filed for divorce in Los Angeles, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split and listing their date of separation as Dec. 5, 2019.
Kathie Lee Gifford's daughter, "The Baxters" actress Cassidy Gifford, married Ben Wierda, her rep confirmed to multiple media outlets on June 16, adding that the couple exchanged vows "in an intimate setting in his backyard in Michigan" and plan on having "a big celebration when it's safe to do so in the future." Back in February, the bride indicated that they planned to tie the knot on June 13. Another star who watched her little girl tie the knot this month? Bette Midler. Her daughter, "House of Cards" and "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" actress Sophie Von Haselberg, took to Instagram on June 18 to announce that she recently tied the knot. (She's yet to publicly reveal her new hubby's identity.)