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 this week, starting with our favorite power couple… Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez celebrated their first anniversary on Feb. 3, the same night the singer-actress headlined AT&T and DirecTV's Super Saturday Night, an annual pre-Super Bowl event. J.Lo gave her beau a special shout-out before performing her new song "Us," which is inspired by their relationship. "We've been together for one year today. I don't want to get all mushy or anything, but baby, this song's for you. I love you," she reportedly said. Aww! Now keep reading for more of the biggest celeb romance updates of early February 2018…
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Sarah Silverman took to Twitter in early February to announce that she and Michael Sheen had called it quits in late 2017 after four years as a couple: "The great @michaelsheen & I consciously uncoupled over Christmas. I mean, not 'over Christmas' – like that wasn't the fight that ended it. No fight. We just live in different countries & it got hard. Felt we should just tell y'all so u stop askin, 'How's Michael/How's Sarah?'" she tweeted on Feb. 5, which happens to be the actor's 49th birthday. Sarah returned to Twitter the next day to address her faux pas: "the joke here is I just realized I posted our breakup tweet on his actual birthday and I can't believe what a d— I am," she tweeted on Feb. 6. "Can u believe it?? He said I wasn't THOUGHTFUL. Jerk… Anyway, Happy Birthday, Michael…" The funnywoman then took to Instagram to share a photo of the Christmas gift she received from the "Masters of Sex" star's other ex, Kate Beckinsale: blue and white M&M'S personalized with a picture of Sarah pecking Michael on the cheek. "Been ending every night with a microwaved bowl of personalized m&ms given to me by the very thoughtful and very cruel @katebeckinsale to remind me that I'm alone in this world. So very alone. THANKS, KATE," she joked in the caption. (The actresses became friendly during Sarah's relationship with Michael, who shares a daughter with Kate.)
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Quincy Jones told Vulture as part of an interview published on Feb. 7 that he dated Ivanka Trump "12 years ago" — when she was 24 and he was 72. Explained the music mogul, "Tommy Hilfiger, who was working with my daughter Kidada, said, 'Ivanka wants to have dinner with you.' I said, 'No problem. She's a fine motherf—–.' She had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life. Wrong father, though."
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Tarek El Moussa cleared up the rumors that he and model Patience Silva are an item as part of an interview with Us Weekly published on Feb. 7: "[She] was just someone that I was briefly talking to, but [it] never went anywhere," he said. "We only hung out once." The "Flip or Flop" star, who also denied that he's used the dating app Raya, finalized his divorce from Christina El Moussa in January. He added that he plans to spend Valentine's Day with their 7-year-old daughter, Taylor.
On Feb. 5, several media outlets covered Porter magazine's recent interview with Christie Brinkley, who dished on the time Donald Trump asked her out — while he was still married to his first wife, Ivana Trump. Recalled the supermodel, "My phone rings and this guy goes, 'Hey, Christie, it's The Donald.' I say, 'Hi, Billy,' because I was dating Billy [Joel] at the time. But the voice goes, 'No, no. It's The Donald! … I hear you're leaving for Aspen tomorrow. I am too. I'd like to give you a ride on my private jet.'" Continued the blonde beauty, "So I reply, 'Thank you, but I have already arranged my flights.' I knew he was married, and there he was asking me to go on his plane. He was kind of flirty about it. He was out chasing skirts." Concluded Christie, "I'm done being discreet. I've had dinner with him. I've always found him smarmy, as in, 'Watch out, part the waves, the rich people are coming, everything is gold, solid 24-carat gold, the best, the greatest, nobody else has more gold on anything in their house than me. Did you bring a brush? Let's gold-leaf it!'"
People magazine reported on Feb. 1 that Julie Bowen and real estate investor Scott Phillips had separated after 13 years of marriage and three children together. Six days later, Us Weekly reported that the "Modern Family" star had filed for divorce. The actress reportedly asked for joint physical and legal custody of their kids. She also requested that the court terminate her ex's right to spousal support. The divorce filing confirms that the duo separated in February 2017.
John Stamos and Caitlin McHugh, who is currently pregnant with their first child, tied the knot in Los Angeles on Feb. 3. "They exchanged vows in front of family and close friends. It was a very touching ceremony. There were tears, but mostly smiles. John and Caitlyn looked very happy," a source told People magazine of the nuptials. The duo got engaged during a visit to Disneyland in late 2017.
After purportedly reconciling in late 2017, Amber Heard and Elon Musk have parted ways yet again, Us Weekly reported on Feb. 1. "Amber wants her independence and prefers being friends rather than romantically linked," a source told the tabloid. Added another source, "Elon decided it was time to end things, and Amber agreed. They both care for one another, but the timing just isn't right." The actress reportedly unfollowed her off-and-on love on Instagram, and he reportedly stopped following her on Twitter. As Us Weekly points out, the last time the duo were an item, they unfollowed each other on social media just days before they announced their breakup.
Dennis Quaid's divorce from Kimberly Buffington-Quaid, whom he wed in 2004, is finally moving forward. The Blast reported on Feb. 6 that the actor recently filed a response to his estranged wife's divorce petition, which she filed in June 2016. The "Frequency" star reportedly cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split and asked for joint custody of their twins, Thomas and Zoe, 10. The duo have made moves to legally end their marriage twice before: She filed divorce documents in early 2012 but ultimately retracted her petition, and he filed divorce documents in late 2012. A judge dismissed the second divorce case in 2013 after the off-and-on duo reconciled.
Monica Potter and her husband, orthopedic surgeon Daniel Christopher Allison, are divorcing, People magazine reported on Feb. 2. "She is very sad and heartbroken," a source told the outlet of the "Parenthood" star. "But they are focused on co-parenting their daughter." The duo tied the knot in 2007.
A judge has issued a gag order to stop Jill Scott's estranged husband, Mike Dobson, from speaking publicly about their marriage, TMZ reported on Feb. 6. The singer filed legal documents accusing her ex of talking smack about her to her friends and family and of engaging in, as TMZ put it, "a campaign of harassment and disparagement with an endgame of squeezing money out of her." She's also accused him of attempting to get revenge on her for pulling the plug on their marriage of about a year and a half. The duo reportedly signed a prenup that prohibits them from airing their dirty laundry in the press, but that didn't stop Mike from calling Jill "an evil woman" during an interview with Bossip that was published on Nov. 7, 2017.
Radar Online reported on Feb. 7 that Ramona Singer's ex-husband, Mario Singer, split from Kasey Dexter, the woman with whom he had an affair during his marriage to the reality TV star — and the breakup turned ugly. Police responded to domestic disturbance calls at Mario's home in Boca Raton, Florida, on Feb. 1 and Feb. 5. The verbal altercations reportedly took place after the onetime star of "The Real Housewives of New York City" served an eviction notice to his former lover: Mario tried to kick out Kasey after he learned that she'd been unfaithful from a hidden camera within the home, but she wouldn't budge. "She did cheat on him," a source told Radar. "She felt so alone in the relationship." According to the source, Mario and Kasey wanted different things: "She wanted to get married and have children, but he told her, 'Don't ruin your body,'" said the source. "He would tell her they would travel everywhere, but he gave her false promises." Ironically, Ramona filed to end her and Mario's marriage of more than 20 years in January 2014 after she caught him cheating with Kasey. They briefly reconciled, but then Ramona caught him cheating with Kasey for a second time. They finalized their divorce in September 2016.
Bethenny Frankel was photographed looking cozy with her off-and-on ex, Dennis Shields, in Miami on Feb. 4. In photos published by DailyMail.com on Feb. 5, the duo can be seen soaking up the sun in swimwear while hanging out by a pool with the Skinnygirl mogul's daughter, Bryn Hoppy. In one shot, the banker can be seen resting his hand on Bethenny's bare leg. But despite how things may appear, a source told the website that the onetime couple aren't back on: "They are not 'dating.' Bethenny and Bryn love Dennis and his family and they have been a support system during her negative divorce and a positive influence in Bryn's life," said the insider. "They had a 27-year friendship before they dated so they picked that up where they left off once they realized they didn't work as a couple. … Her daughter adores him and his family and she comes first above all. Bethenny is SINGLE and dating other people." A source told the New York Post, however, that the duo are "friends with benefits." On Jan. 9, the star of "The Real Housewives of New York" told Us Weekly that she's "utterly single" but "working on it" by dating men she's met online and through friends. She also attributed her singleness to her busy schedule.
Selena Gomez and Charlie Puth "never dated," a source told People magazine as part of a Feb. 1 report — in spite of what he recently told Billboard as part of a cover story that went live on the same day. While discussing their 2016 single "We Don't Talk Anymore," Charlie told Billbaord that although he doesn't kiss and tell, "the only way a song like that can come across as real is if there's something else going on behind the scenes." He went on to say that "what was happening" with Selena was "very short-lived, very small, but very impactful." Continued Charlie, "It really messed me up. … I'm trying to put this the best way possible: It wasn't like I was the only person on her mind. And I think I knew that going in — what I was getting myself into." (According to the rumor mill, Charlie and Selena were a thing in the wake of one of her breakups from Justin Bieber.) He added of recording the song, which chronicles a former couple's inability to move on, "You gather up a bunch of emotion with the life shovel, throw it in the life bucket, mix it up. And she evoked such good emotion on that song, it was a pleasure working with her. That's why I'm always happy to sing it, even though it came from a dark point in my life." Clearly these former collaborators had their wires crossed!
Matt Lauer's wife, Annette Roque, is reportedly spending time in Amsterdam (she was born in the Netherlands) in the wake of the disgraced anchor's sexual harassment scandal. Page Six reported on Feb. 6 that the model was seen having a "luxurious" lunch with a female friend on Feb. 2: "They were drinking red wine, and Annette did not have her wedding ring on," a source told the outlet. "She was laughing through the whole lunch." Added the source, "Annette is enjoying the European life. She is in a different mindset here. She is definitely regrouping." Annette has yet to move to divorce Matt, to whom she's been married for nearly 20 years, though her father has said that it's only a matter of time. "She is not going to stay with him and work it out. They are not together trying to work it out," Annette's dad, Henri, said in late 2017.
Melissa Meeks, the estranged wife of "Hot Felon" Jeremy Meeks, is dating Brandi Glanville's ex-boyfriend, billionaire Donald "DJ" Friese, The Sun reported on Feb. 5 after the duo were seen snapping cozy-looking (since-deleted) photos together during an Incubus concert in Las Vegas on Feb. 2. "Melissa and DJ seemed to be getting very close at the concert and are clearly having lots of fun together," a source told the British tabloid. "They have really hit it off. He has also just come out of a relationship too so it's early days for them both but they are just enjoying themselves and seeing what happens." But Melissa's rep denied the dating rumors to MailOnline: "Melissa and DJ are just friends. They just met recently," said the spokesperson.
Joshua Sasse's fiancée, actress Harriet Colling, dumped him just days before they were set to secretly tie the knot, The Sun Online reported on Feb. 1. "Harriet decided she couldn't go through with marrying Joshua — they weren't right for each other," a source told the British tabloid. "They started dating shortly after his split with Kylie [Minogue] and at first they were smitten. But he changed over time and she felt he was isolating her from her family. Her family and friends are over the moon — no one liked Joshua. They think she can do much better than him." The "Galavant" actor and the "Can't Get You Out of My Head" singer got engaged in early 2016 after just months of dating but parted ways in early 2017.
A special Jan. 31 reunion episode of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" revealed that Danielle Staub and Marty Caffrey got engaged back in May 2017. The duo have reportedly been an item since April 2016. The reality TV star has been married twice before, but according to Celebitchy, she's been engaged a whopping 20 times.
Kylie Jenner isn't in a race to wed Travis Scott, the father of her newborn baby girl, Stormi Webster. "Engagement isn't super important to Kylie," a source told Us Weekly as part of a report published on Feb. 7. "Travis could ask her, but it's not something that is a major priority. She is just loving starting a family with this person."
Five months after they were first seen together, Us Weekly has finally identified Jonah Hill's girlfriend as a woman named Erin Galpern. The duo were first spotted together in New York City in September 2017. In January, they were photographed smooching while paddleboarding in Mexico.
Gwyneth Paltrow's No. 1 fan — her mom, Blythe Danner — had only good things to say about the Oscar winner's new fiancé, Brad Falchuk, during an interview with "ET" on Feb. 5: "I really adore him," she said of the TV producer and writer. "Oh, [I] more than approve," gushed the "Meet the Parents" actress, who also gave a shout-out to Gwyenth's ex-husband, Chris Martin: "Yes, I love Brad. I love Chris! Love them all," she said.
Former "The Bachelorette" star Rachel Lindsay, who got engaged to Bryan Abasolo during the finale of the 13th season of the reality TV show, told Us Weekly on Feb. 6 that she is not in touch with runner-up Peter Kraus (pictured): "For me, the reason there was so much emotion [in the finale] was because that was closure for me, that was it," she said. "And I really haven't talked to him because I don't have anything else to say. From what I hear, he's doing well too." Added the attorney, "Just because it didn't work out with Peter and I, there's no bad blood. I hope that he's able to find whatever it is that he's looking for, you know, even if that was on 'The Bachelor.'" Rachel added that she felt like her breakup from Peter overshadowed her engagement to Bryan: "I wish you were able to really see more of Bryan. [The breakup] really did overshadow, I felt, a happy moment for us, like one of the best moments of my life," she said. "I've never been engaged before and neither has Bryan, and I felt like we were more on the defense about our relationship and having to explain more of it than rather it just showing … So I just wish you really got to see Bryan, and I hate that it took away from him."
Tiffany Haddish opened up about single life as part of an interview with People magazine published on Feb. 6. "You know what's crazy? On the social media aspect, all these guys are like, 'I want to marry Tiffany Haddish. In my head, Tiffany Haddish is my wife.' But none of them are making any moves," she said. "I feel like guys, they hit on me but they don't ask me out. They don't ask for my number. … And then the ones that do? Those are trolls. I call them boogawolfs. You can see a boogawolf a mile away and you know it's going to be a problem right there. He's going to be sticky and all up in your grill and just howling about everything and you can't get rid of him — like when you trying to flick a booger away but it's just stuck to you? Boogawolf. I'm not messing with that." Added the funnywoman, "And then there are these series of ex-boyfriends that come up out the woodwork that try to get with me, that I'm just not having. I'm not feeling none of that." The "Girls Trip" star then described what she wants in a man. "I'm looking for confidence, a good sense of humor and [someone who's] responsible," she said. "Like, he's got to have a good credit score. That's super-important because that's your grown-up report card, your credit score. … He's got to have his own career going. I cannot be the center of his universe. I can be a major part of the universe but I cannot be the center of the universe." As for whether or not she'd be interested in dating a man with children, "I did that before. I don't want to do that again," said Tiffany. "It's all situational, it depends on the situation. But that's not really something I'm looking for. I'm not really open to that. … Now if somebody comes along and he's amazing, the kids are amazing, then maybe. But from my experience, it's usually the kids are really amazing and then I end up liking the kid more than I like them. … I'm like, 'I'm here for the kid! I want the kid to be a great human because they still have a chance and you're still an a——!' And I just end up protecting the kid."
Jane Seymour dished on her relationship of four years with David Green as part of an interview with DailyMail.com published on Feb. 6: "We had been friends first, but fell for each other over lunch one day after we had been, shall we say, released from our marriages," she said. "We are very happy, he's the best. We get along great." The actress also dished on how she first met the Hollywood producer: "We were introduced about 28 or 30 years ago," she said. "He was supposed to direct me in a movie about Mata Hari, which never happened. And we became friends. So we had that bond before we started dating. We would see each other socially now and then. We stayed in touch. But romance didn't come till four years ago."
JoAnna Garcia Swisher dished on how husband Nick Swisher won her heart as part of an interview with Us Weekly published on Feb. 7: "He was really consistent and he was very willing to prove himself. He's like, 'I don't want you to think that I'm some stereotypical athlete,'" she said. "He was very honest about that. He was like, 'I'm only going to be dating you and you are the only one and until you believe that, I'll be here reminding you of that.' And that just really struck me like he's in it to win it." It didn't take long for the MLB star and the actress to fall in love, in spite of her initial reluctance to date a professional baseball player: "I was pretty smitten from the very beginning but I was playing it cool. I played it much more cool than he did," said Joanna. "We have a very real friendship. The one thing that really enchanted me about Nick when I first met him was he obviously was a young, successful guy but he was so happy and grateful. And I think we both have that spirit. So we work hard at staying close and connected." The duo, who were set up by a mutual friend, tied the knot in 2010.