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 early June 2018, starting with one of our favorite leading ladies: On June 5, Page Six reported that Jennifer Lawrence has been quietly dating Cooke Maroney, the director of New York City's Gladstone 64 art gallery, for a few weeks after her best friend, Laura Simpson, introduced them. "The relationship has been going on a few weeks. But they have been very private and careful not to be seen together," said a source. But soon, the lovebirds were snapped looking smitten during a PDA-packed outing in New York City. Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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John Cena and Nikki Bell have officially reconciled after calling it quits in April, Us Weekly reported on May 31. "Calling off the wedding was the right decision at the moment and their relationship only grew from it," said a source. "It didn't mean that any love was lost, or that they lost any feelings for one another, but they both have realized that they love each other and want to be with one another." The following day, People magazine quoted a source who said that the rekindled couple "were always going to find their way back to each other" and that their breakup "was never going to be permanent."
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What the heck is going on with Scott Disick and Sofia Richie? On June 1, TMZ published a photo from the night before of the reality TV star getting handsy with a mystery woman during a listening party for Kanye West's new "Ye" album in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. According to the webloid, the father of three "appeared wasted" and was rarely seen without a drink in his hand during the star-studded bash, which his much-younger girlfriend did not attend and during which he was overheard saying that he's single. On June 3, after several media outlets reported that the age-defying duo called it quits over Scott's infidelity, People magazine clarified that although she confronted him for cheating on her, Sofia hadn't exactly dumped her older beau for good. "It's likely not totally over," said a source. "They've broken up multiple times since they started dating and always ended up back together. No one would be surprised if they're out again together in a few days or weeks." A second source, who said that Scott seemed "fine" in the wake of the confrontation, told People that "when Scott drinks, he is a sloppy mess and fools around." As for the threat of Sofia breaking up with him, "He isn't really taking it seriously," said the insider. "He isn't really doing anything to win her back right now. … Just giving her space and waiting for her to change her mind." Apparently that strategy did the trick! On June 4, Scott and Sofia were photographed getting lunch and running errands together in Malibu. That same day, Kourtney Kardashian's ex took to his Instagram Story to share a screenshot of a TMZ headline reading "Sofia Richie & Scott Disick Still Together," which he captioned, "We had no idea we even broke up but thanks for thinking of us." (According to that TMZ report, Sofia was pissed about the photos of Scott and the Wyoming mystery girl, but all was forgiven after she learned that the other woman is a longtime pal whom he's known for years. TMZ added that nothing sexual happened between the pair, who didn't leave the party together, and that the flirtatious behavior between them only lasted a few minutes.) On June 5, the 19-year-old model took to her Instagram Story to share an old photo of herself and her beau snuggling on a private jet, along with the caption, "Whole ❤." Later, she posted another photo with the caption, "Never believe the internet."
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In Touch reported on June 6 that a source told Life & Style that Chrisina El Moussa's boyfriend, Ant Anstead, "has just been to the U.K. to complete his divorce" from his first wife and "he's already ring shopping" for his girlfriend. Added the source of the duo, who've been an item since late 2017, "They're crazy about each other and can't wait to tie the knot."
E! News reported on June 2 that Joshua Jackson is dating Los Angeles-based Cheddar TV host and actress Alyssa Julya Smith. "It's been going on for several months now," said a source, who explained that the duo made things work long-distance while the "Dawson's Creek" alum was in New York City starring in the Broadway production of "Children of a Lesser God." On June 4, the duo were spotted strolling together in New York City's Central Park.
Laura Prepon took to Instagram on June 3 to reveal that she and Ben Foster tied the knot. "Just Married! Thank you for all the love and support. Wishing all of us the good stuff!" she captioned a photo of herself and her new hubby on their wedding day. The duo, who were first linked in July 2016, welcomed a daughter, Ella, in August 2017.
On June 5, just a week after she was first linked to NBA star Ben Simmons, Kendall Jenner was caught on camera locking lips with Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid's little brother, Anwar Hadid, during an afterparty for the 2018 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City. According to TMZ, who published a grainy photo of the makeout session, the duo spent about two hours together at Socialista New York "kissing, cuddling and drinking." The reality star reportedly left the bash by herself around 4 a.m. Interestingly, Kendall joked about calling "dibs" on Anwar in the caption of a photo of them together that she posted on Instagram back in October 2016. The male model had been in a relationship with Nicola Peltz since at least January 2017. It's unclear whether or not they were still together when he decided to pack on the PDA with Kendall. The "Transformers: Age of Extinction" actress, who attended a Prada event with Anwar on May 4, has scrubbed all traces of him from her social media pages.
Meanwhile, on June 2, just days after Tinashe's brother accused Ben Simmons of cheating on her with Kendall Jenner, the singer was seen hanging out with Blake Griffin, who dated the model off-and-on between mid-2017 and early 2018. According to Page Six, the basketball star watched as the "2 On" singer performed at APEX Social Club at the Palms. The duo then hung out at the same VIP table. (We're sure they had a lot to talk about!) Ben and Tinashe were first linked in March. During their brief time together, the singer often gushed out the basketball star on Instagram.
In other Hadid sibling news: Gigi Hadid took to her Instagram Story on June 5 to confirm that she and Zayn Malik are back on. The model shared a snuggly selfie with her shirtless beau (who's identifiable by his tattoos) as they reclined together while he played a Pokémon game on an iPad. "after party like Making it rain Pokémon cards," she wrote on the pic. The off-and-on couple split in March but were spotted kissing in April.
Everything old is new again when it comes to the Hadid sisters! Bella Hadid and The Weeknd were caught on camera looking very much like a couple during an outing in Paris on May 31. The singer draped his arm across the model's shoulders as they headed out for lunch, all but confirming that they've rekindled their romance. Reports that the duo, who first parted ways in late 2016, had reunited romantically first kicked off earlier this year.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra seemingly confirmed rumors they're an item by stepping out for a PDA-filled dinner date at Toca Madera restaurant in West Hollywood on June 1. "They were very affectionate with each other and seemed to not care who saw," an eyewitness told People magazine. "Priyanka ran her hands through his hair at one point and they were laughing and even dancing to the music." A few days later, the singer-actor gushed over his new gal pal on Instagram. "That smile ❤," Nick commented on a photo of Priyanka laughing while dining at an In-N-Out Burger with two girlfriends that the "Quantico" star posted on Instagram on June 3. Someone certainly seems smitten!
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are getting super-serious super-fast. Page Six reported on June 3 that the "Saturday Night Live" star has already gotten two tattoos dedicated to the singer: her initials on his right thumb and a black bunny mask — like the one Ariana dons on her "Dangerous Woman" album cover — behind his left ear. The new couple have also gushed about each other on social media several times this week. On June 4, Pete called himself "the luckiest contest winner ever" in the comments of an Instagram slideshow of pics Ariana posted from her photo shoot for the cover of the July 2018 issue of British Vogue. ("Nahhhh i am," she replied to her beau.) The next day, the duo took it a step further, joking about having kids together in the comments of a photo Pete posted on Instagram of himself with actor Brian Tyree Henry. ("I'm having his kids," the funny-man wrote in the caption. "i look so good here," commented Ari.) Pete also accompanied the singer-actress on set and took to his Instagram Story to share a video of himself and Ariana rocking out during a car ride (pictured).
On June 2, Brody Jenner and Kaitlynn Carter tied the knot at Nihi Sumba, a resort on Sumba Island off the coast of Indonesia — the same place where the former reality TV star proposed. Brody's brother Brandon Jenner and their mother, Linda Thomspon, were among the 50 guests in attendance during the intimate affair. Noticeably absent was Brody's father, Caitlyn Jenner.
Lily Allen revealed during a June 6 interview on the U.K.'s "Loose Women" talk show that she and Sam Cooper, from whom she separated in 2016, recently finalized their divorce. "I'm in a bit of a weird set of circumstances for me. I went through a separation and, you know, divorce, actually — now three days. Yay!" she said. "Me and my husband share custody of my kids, so we're a week on, week off, which actually is really useful for my work because when he's got them, then I can concentrate fully on my work in the studio," added the singer. "We're both really friendly. Our kids go to school equidistant between our houses, so it works." She also opened up about how the collapse of her marriage inspired her new album, "No Shame," during an interview with Rolling Stone that hit the Internet on June 5. "When I set out to write this record the biggest theme from the last four years of my life has definitely been the breakdown of my marriage and that happened possibly because of the chaos that was around at that time," she said. "There are lots of different factors that contributed to that chaos, the press being one thing, but [the song 'Come On Then' is] a little bit playing with 'Is it really the press' intrusion and their take on the narrative of my life, or is it real?' Not really being able to differentiate. It is a weird one because actually before me and Sam's marriage broke down people were already talking about our marriage breaking down long before there were any problems. And it almost became self-perpetuating."
On June 2, more than three months after they officially tied the knot in a private ceremony, Kat Von D and Leafar Seyer said "I do" for a second time in front of family and friends in Los Angeles. The tattoo artist, who is currently pregnant with their first child, a boy, donned a red Victorian-inspired gown featuring an epic train with red antlers and a matching red veil during the super-theatrical, gothic nuptials, during which she serenaded her husband with a rendition of Nick Cave's "Into My Arms" from a red piano.
On June 3, socialites Barron Hilton and Tessa Gräfin von Walderdorff tied the knot at a small church in St. Barts — the vacation destination where they first met. The groom's sister, Paris Hilton, reportedly DJed during the reception, which she attended with her fiancé, Chris Zylka.
Bachelor Nation is speculating that off-and-on "Bachelor in Paradise" couple Kristina Schulman and Dean Unglert are back on after the duo were pictured together on Dominique Alexis' Instagram Story on June 3. Dominique shared some photos from a day at the beach in Los Angeles, and in one shot, Dean can be seen looking down and talking to a woman who appears to be Kristina. (Scandalous!) In March, Kristina told People magazine that Dean reached out to her after shooting "The Bachelor Winter Games," on which he fell for Lesley Murphy. "[He said] that he was dating someone, so I was like, 'Okay. Out of respect for her and me, we should not continue talking,'" she recalled. "I'm not in a relationship … but I'm going on dates here and there," she later said. "I'm just living in L.A., trying to find my own path aside from everything 'Bachelor' related." Dean and Lesley, meanwhile, revealed in April that they'd called it quits.
Duchess Meghan's ex-husband, television producer Trevor Engelson, took to his private Instagram account on June 1 to announce that he'd gotten engaged to his girlfriend of three years, Tracey Kurland, in Napa, California. "Luckiest guy I know! Get ready to party!" he captioned a photo of himself and his new fiancée showing off her engagement bling.
During a June 6 appearance on "The Breakfast Club," Iman Shumpert addressed rumors he cheated on wife Teyana Taylor with Drake's alleged baby mama, Sophie Brussaux. "My interactions with her were a long time ago," he said. "I ain't saying I smashed. I'm saying that my interactions with her were a long time ago." The basketball star previously took to his Instagram story to assert that all of his interactions with Sophie took place before he knew Teyana and that he was only dragged into the narrative to get clicks.
On "Wouldn't Leave," a track from his latest album, "Ye," which dropped on June 1, Kanye West raps about wife Kim Kardashian West's reaction to his headline-making "slavery is a choice" statement from a May 1 interview with TMZ. "My wife callin', screamin', say, 'We 'bout to lose it all' / Had to calm her down 'cause she couldn't breathe / Told her she could leave me now, but she wouldn't leave," he raps. On June 4, the reality TV star told "Extra" that she cried when she first heard the song. "I cried because it is a lot of what we went through," she said. "I know my husband has the best intentions. He has the biggest heart," she added.
During a June 4 interview with "Extra," Becca Kufrin dished on her new relationship, agreeing that she think's there's a "happily ever after situation" in her future. "I'm done. I'm off the market," she said. Later, the star of "The Bachelorette" said that she wouldn't be opposed to attending the wedding of her ex-fiancé, Arie Luyendyk Jr., and former rival Lauren Burnham. "I don't think I would be invited," said the brunette beauty. "If I was, I would probably go and I would hope that there's an open bar and I would hope I would get a plus one. I don't know — we'll see!" As for whether or not she'd invite her ex to her own wedding, "I don't know," Becca said. "I don't even know what kind of wedding I would have yet."
Hailee Steinfeld and Niall Horan are becoming less secretive about their relationship, which kicked off in late 2017. The duo were spotted together during BBC Music's The Biggest Weekend festival in Swansea, England, on May 27, and according to one onlooker, they weren't too shy about packing on the PDA. "They were snogging, they were. So cute," BBC Radio 1 producer Fiona Hanlon said on "The Radio 1 Breakfast Show."
During an interview for the July 2018 cover of Elle U.K., which hit the Internet on June 1, Amanda Seyfried dished on her decision to marry Thomas Sadoski after a whirlwind courtship of just a little more than a year. "It was one of those things where Trump had gotten elected, the world was going mad, and I was like, 'This is a dream I might never wake up from. If that's the case, let's just get married,'" she said.