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 late June 2020, starting with one of our all-time favorite leading men… A seriously under-the-radar romance! 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. (They're seen here in March 2018.) In the years since his 2015 split from Jennifer Westfeldt after nearly two decades of coupledom, Jon has also been linked to Ben Affleck's ex-girlfriend, Lindsay Shookus. Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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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. (They first prompted engagement rumors when the actress was snapped rocking a giant diamond sparkler.) According to People magazine, Chris popped the question in late April as they were celebrating the first anniversary of her sobriety. "They are really happy together," said a source, adding that Heather's loved ones, including daughter Ava Sambora, "are all supporting her and excited for her." An "Entertainment Tonight" sourced added that the engagement is "symbolic of how far they have both come" in the wake of Heather's addiction and mental health issues and subsequent trouble with the law. "Heather is healthy, strong, in love and exactly where she wants to be in her life. She has come a very long way since her arrests and those closest to her are incredibly proud," said the "ET" source. "She wants to live a long healthy life and she knows her sobriety is key to making her relationship with Chris last forever." The source went on to say that both Heather and her beau are now sober and "have received counseling," which had been "a tremendous help" in their relationship. "Heather's family went through a period where they were concerned about Heather and Chris's relationship. When times were difficult, they fought endlessly, but Chris has been Heather's rock throughout her recovery. Her family is supportive of their recent engagement. They see how in love they are," continued the source. "Heather and Chris want to have an intimate wedding. They are in no rush but when it does happen, they want their families and those closest to them to share their special day."
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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. "It was beautiful," the actor said of their super-small wedding ceremony, which was witnessed by only their pastor. "Just looking into her eyes, she was the most stunning bride," he added. Dennis later told "Extra" that he and Laura had a "Zoom civil ceremony" on June 18 after they'd obtained their marriage license. (The June 2 ceremony was a "traditional" religious ceremony, he said.)
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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.
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. "This was a hard decision. It wasn't something she wanted to have to do," said a source close to the "Every Little Thing" singer. "This hasn't been a quarantine realization — it was a last resort." The duo tied the knot in early October.
There's yet another gorgeous blonde in Brody Jenner's life! On June 24, TMZ broke the news that the reality star is dating Briana Jungwirth, who has a son with Louis Tomlinson. Four days earlier, the duo were seen dining with a group of friends including Brody's former partner Kaitlynn Carter, who reportedly approves of her ex's new girlfriend. According to the webloid, Briana is also cool with the fact that Brody and Kaitlynn are still close — he reportedly wanted the two women to meet so that Briana would be on board with him spending time with Kaitlynn once they resume shooting "The Hills" in August. "Fortunately for all parties, the women got along," TMZ reported, noting that Brody has met Briana's son — indicating that the relationship is serious. "Kaitlynn felt Briana was very kind and with Brody for all the right reasons. … They're a good match," adds TMZ. Brody and Briana were also seen together in Malibu on June 9.
During an interview with Vogue India that debuted online on June 19, Angelina Jolie said that she split from Brad Pitt in 2016 for the sake of their six children: "I separated for the wellbeing of my family," she said. "It was the right decision. I continue to focus on their healing."
On the June 22 episode of Howard Stern's eponymous radio show, Charlize Theron dismissed 2014 reports that she and ex-boyfriend Sean Penn were once engaged. After the shock jock mentioned that she "almost married Sean," the Oscar-winning actress fired back, "What? That's not true. No. I did not 'almost get married to Sean.' That's such bulls—. We dated. That was literally all we did. … We dated and then we didn't date. … It was a relationship, for sure. We were definitely exclusive, but it was for barely a year. We never moved in. … I wasn't gonna marry him. It was nothing like that." She went on to say that she "never wanted to get married" because marriage has "never been something that's important" to her. She added that she's "never been lonely" and called her two children the "great loves of my life." Said Charlize of marriage, "My life right now just doesn't allow for a lot of room for something like that to happen, something that's already incredibly difficult to achieve when you're not a single mom with a career."
On June 24, People magazine reported that, according to a source, Sofia Richie is "still processing" her recent breakup from Scott Disick. "It was a serious relationship, not some fling, and she was there for Scott through some tough times," said the source. "It hurts to see all the speculation about Scott and Kourtney [Kardashian], but she is so young and gets so much attention. She'll be totally fine." A day earlier, People reported that, according to a different source, the father of three and his former off-and-on partner of nearly a decade are "not back together," though they're "incredibly close."
On June 18 – just days after she said she planned to "move on from this relationship" — Jenelle Evans was photographed hugging and holding hands with husband David Eason as they walked their dog together at a park in North Carolina. (See photos here.) "They're back together," the former "Teen Mom" star's pal James Spivey — the man David allegedly assaulted on June 12 — told The Sun, adding that the mother of three "said she had to get out of the relationship" and that "she was filing a restraining order, but she didn't do it."
NeNe Leakes signaled that all is well in her marriage amid reports that she has a man on the side when she took to Instagram on June 22 to wish husband Gregg Leakes a happy anniversary. "Happy (2nd wedding) Anniversary to my love Gregg! Whew Chile we have years upon years upon years together and I wouldn't have had it any other way❤️ #lifeoftheleakes," she captioned a photo of herself and her hubby. She also shared a video from their second wedding — they split in 2011 after 14 years of marriage but reconciled and tied the knot for a second time in 2013 — and a video of them dancing together in her closet. "When the bond is unbreakable #lifeoftheleakes 23 years #happyanniversarymylove," she wrote in the caption.
During an interview with Kevin Smith that debuted on YouTube on June 17, Rosario Dawson revealed that she and her boyfriend of almost two years, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, are gearing up to take a major step forward in their relationship: She's moving to Newark to be with him. "It's time. We were thinking about moving in together anyway, but especially during [the pandemic], it's been really intense," she said, adding that she's "excited." In April, the actress said that it had been "really challenging" being "so many thousands of miles apart" from the former presidential candidate.
On June 17, one lucky Bachelor Nation fan captured a photo of former flames Nick Viall and Andi Dorfman — who dated on season 10 of "The Bachelorette" in 2014 (pictured) — jogging along the beach in Santa Monica. (See it here.) The following day, the former star of "The Bachelor" took to Instagram to make it clear that he and his ex are just friends — not friends with benefits, as many speculated: "Sorry for the buzz kill … not dating. Additionally, the only benefits that come from this friendship is conversation and running tips," he commented on a post about the sighting. Confirmed an Us Weekly source, "Andi and Nick are friends; they've been friends for a while now." A few days earlier, Nick revealed on his "The Viall Files" podcast that he's dating someone new: "I recently had a conversation with someone that I'm dating and the question was, 'What if we're not compatible about this thing?' I was like, 'We're not compatible about that thing but I don't know what that means about everything else,'" he said. On the June 23 episode of his podcast, Nick shot down rumors that he's dating pal Demi Burnett: "I am not dating either [Andi or Demi], and I'm not going to be dating either of those two — and quite frankly, it's something I can safely say about anyone from the 'Bachelor' franchise," he said. "They're great people. I just don't see it in the cards. I don't think I could ever say that enough where it will still never come up." Speaking of Demi…
On June 20, Us Weekly broke the news that Demi Burnett and Slater Davis called it quits just four months after they debuted their romance on Instagram. The Bachelor Nation star hinted that there was trouble in paradise on a late-May episode of her "Big Demi Energy" podcast, revealing that they'd been fighting "a lot" while in quarantine with his family. Not long after that, they unfollowed each other on social media and deleted photos of themselves together in happier times.
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.
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. "It just hit me, like, I just don't want our story — our next step — at all aligned with this part of [Kaitlyn's] life," he said. "This part of [her] life was five years ago, and it's cool that they're replaying it — greatest of all time seasons. But our story and our chapter don't need to have any type of tie into what that was." In recent months, Jason and Kaitlyn have spoken often about their plans to get engaged sometime soon.
On June 22, Lil Wayne took to Instagram to confirm recent rumors that he and model Denise Bidot are an item, posting a photo of her making a kissy face while taking a dip in a swimming pool. Denise then shared the rapper's post on her Instagram Story. "In case anyone was still wondering who bae was … [Lil Wayne] got my heart a d we ain't apologizing for our love," she wrote, tagging his Instagram account. It's unclear when Wayne and rumored fiancée La'Tecia Thomas called it quits.
On June 18, Jackson Michie took to Instagram to announce that he and "Big Brother" co-star Holly Allen had called it quits after a year of coupledom. "Life works in crazy ways, and this past year has been no exception. Through the ups, the downs, the highs, and the lows.. there has been one constant through it all and that's the amazing woman standing next to me," he captioned a photo of himself and Holly in happier times. "Life has continued to work in ways neither of [us] expected, and sadly life will be taking us in different directions. This isn't because of bad actions or words, rather, two people who deeply love each other recognizing that a relationship may not be for the best. I said it on the show and I will say it always, I love her and she will forever hold a special place in my heart." Holly, meanwhile, captioned a photo of herself, "I've had the opportunity to meet a person to conquer life with for a while. Yes, I had an amazing partner [on 'Big Brother']. I will always love love him a lottle. And I wouldn't change any of the experiences for the world. But some things are not meant to go beyond that. Sometimes priorities don't line up. And that's ok." The brunette beauty then hinted there was more to the split: "This past year has been the hardest to date and has taught me about sense of self, security in who I am, and what I want for my future. I know that I'm proud of myself, my accomplishments, and my roots. I know the spirit and the inspiration that I look for in people I surround myself with. I know what I deserve," she wrote, adding that she's "hurting" right now. She and Jackson connected while shooting the 21st season of the CBS reality show in the summer of 2019.
On June 13, "The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart" runner-up Jamie Gabrielle took to Instagram to announce that her showmance with partner Trevor Holmes had come to an end. "I fell in love on a reality tv show, which if you had told me that a year ago, I would have never believed you. Sometimes things don't always go the way you want them to, or the way that you thought and hoped things would be…but such is life," she wrote, adding that she's "not in a relationship." Winners Chris Watson and Bri Stauss, meanwhile, are still going strong more than a month after the finale aired. The same day Jamie revealed that she and Trevor are done, Bri posted two PDA-packed photos of herself and Chris in Malibu. "94 days later and we are finally reunited on International Loving Day. 🥰 Our story just keeps getting better Chrisss! I love you," she wrote in the caption, referencing the annual celebration of the 1967 United States Supreme Court decision abolishing anti-miscegenation laws. Chris captioned the same shots, "With so much uncertainty in quarantine you have been my rock. It's no coincidence that we reunited around #lovingday…love you more now than I did on TV."
Us Weekly reported on June 19 that, according to a source, Kristin Cavallari is doing well and is "ready to move on with her life" in the wake of her breakup with husband Jay Cutler. "Kristin has been in a really good mood and friends feel like this is the happiest they have seen her in a long time," said the source, adding that the mother of three has been "leaning on close friends and family for support" and that "it feels like a new beginning" for her. Kristin and Jay reunited on Father's Day, the former "The Hills" star revealed on Instagram, captioning a photo of their three kids, "We had a beautiful day together yesterday at my new house. Modern family? Co-parenting? Whatever you want to call it, we are navigating it the best way we know how. And what I do know is, our 3 kids are lucky to have [Jay] as their daddy. Hopefully they all 3 get a smidge of that heart of gold."
Us Weekly reported on June 24 that, according to court documents, Zooey Deschanel and Jacob Pechenik filed their divorce judgment in Los Angeles on June 1 — nine months after they first announced that they were calling it quits. The actress has been dating "Property Brothers" star Jonathan Scott ever since.
Us Weekly reported on June 18 that, according to a source, Julianne Hough is "not doing great right now" and is "super upset" amid her recent split from husband Brooks Laich.
Jim Edmonds made some bombshell allegations about his relationship with his estranged wife, Meghan King, while praising his new girlfriend, Kortnie O'Connor, on Instagram on June 23. "If it wasn't for this girl, I don't think I would be here right now," he captioned a slideshow of photos of the brunette beauty. "She showed up in my life just at the right time. Amazing that her taking a chance on a plus one weekend to Mexico pulled me out of my hole and changed my life forever. I was in such a dark place; one that I didn't think could happen to me. I was going through hell ending a loveless and abusive relationship. The lies and accusations that followed the breakup only put me deeper into a funk. Along came this beautiful woman by chance, who lit up my world and brought me back to life. I'm very grateful for my amazing friends, children and this amazing woman for making me a better person and father." The former star of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" has accused the retired professional baseball played of having an affair with Kortnie during their marriage. Meghan also alleged that she and Jim once had a threesome with the former Playboy model.
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. "I don't need the title of 'husband' to show the world that I'm committed to one person, and so the fact that I'm wearing the ring is showing just that — I'm committed to Caelynn and only Caelynn," said Dean. "It's our way of telling the world or the people that we're around that we are committed to each other. I think it's one of those comforting things where it's like you can wake up in the morning and see your partner wearing that ring and be like, 'OK, yes, they know that I'm committed to them and vice versa.'" The former pageant queen then revealed that she and her beau of a year got the idea to get rings after he started wearing a hair tie around his ring finger "to fight women off." Said Caelynn, "It's just nice to know that we are in this strong, committed relationship without necessarily having to get the government involved — as Dean likes to say." Dean added that "if it ever comes" to him wanting to get the government involved in his relationship, Bachelor Nation host Chris Harrison will be "100% top of the list" to officiate their nuptials. Concluded Dean of his relationship with Caelynn, "We're unwavering. We're in this for the long haul. There's no going back."
During a June 19 Instagram Live, Pink said that couples counseling is "the only reason" why she and husband Carey Hart are "still together." Explained the singer, "I think partners after a long time, we just speak — I can't say it's a man and woman thing, I think it's a partner thing, a spouse thing — you just speak two different languages." Continued the mother of two, "You need someone to hear both of you and then translate it for you, and without [our therapist] translating for me for the last 18 years, we would not be together. We just wouldn't because we are not taught as kids how to have relationships, how to get along with people. I mean, what's happening in our country right now is a perfect example of that. We don't know how to love each other, we don't know how to get along, we don't know how to communicate." She went on to share a specific example of how therapy helped her and her hubby of 14 years: "There's a difference between connection, I think, and intimacy. And intimacy is the part that's hard for me," she said. "There was a moment in couples counseling with Carey — I'll never forget — in the office, I had been complaining about him for years about how he's just not present, he's not here, he doesn't get it, he's not hearing me emotionally, he's not even trying to understand my language. And [our therapist was] like, 'OK, everybody shut up, stand up, put your hands on each other's hearts and just look into each other's eyes.' And this man that I had been saying won't show up for me, his feet were planted in that earth, his hand was on my heart and his eyes were looking into my soul. And guess what I did? I started giggling and I looked away, and in that moment, I realized that I was a little bit full of s—. I was the one here that was just talking and there have been many of those times."
Paris Hilton gushed that her boyfriend, Carter Reum, is her "fairytale and dream come true" in the caption of a photo of them together during a recent visit to a New York vineyard. She shared the sweet shot on Instagram on June 22. A day earlier, she shared another cute photo of them together in the Hamptons: "You are my greatest adventure. My happiest place. My home is in your arms and the only place I want to be. Paradise is you and me," she wrote in the caption. According to People magazine, the getaway was a delayed anniversary trip. (They celebrated their anniversary in April but postponed their travel plans amid the coronavirus pandemic.) "Paris has never been happier and finally met her match. They are head over heels in love with each other," said a source.
During a June 18 interview with Us Weekly, Ben Higgins made it clear that his fiancée, Jessica Clarke, would "not be watching" his season of "The Bachelor" when it re-aired as part of "The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons — Ever!" Said the reality star, "She doesn't have a desire to watch it. … She is my partner, and I want her to know that, I don't want her to feel any sort of heartbreak or sadness from that." He went on to say that he'd be open to watching it with her if she were interested, but ultimately, he thinks "it's not healthy" for her to experience. During a June 22 interview with "Entertainment Tonight," he added that he doesn't "see the benefit" in watching the show together. "I think the cons far outweigh the pros," he said. "I think there would be a chance where even though I have no fear that it would end our relationship, I think that the small moments of watching me pursue and encourage and kiss other people might be the closest thing to, like, heartbreak that she's felt romantically, and I don't want be a part of that and she doesn't want to be a part of that." He also said that reliving his engagement to Lauren Bushnell is "not healthy" for him. "It's just uncomfortable," he said. "I think I've given my focus and my heart and my attention to one woman now, and I'm setting up boundaries in my life to keep that healthy and good. Seeing myself propose to somebody else isn't a part of that healthy boundary. … That was really hard for me to see, especially the place I am now in life and just how happy I am." Continued the Bachelor Nation star, "I do think the fundamentals to my relationship with Jessica are stronger. I can't speak for Lauren. I'm sure she feels the same way about [her husband], but I'm with Jessica and she just expands everything I do. She encourages me. She supports me." Ben also shed some light on his 2017 split from Lauren during his interview with "ET," saying that they were "looking for an out" long before they ultimately called it quits. "Very early on [we] were just trying so hard to make it work that it was just pulling pieces of us all the time," he recalled. "I don't think we wanted to make it work because I think internally, we knew just how unhealthy it probably was to continue to go on. We were just looking for an out but trying our best to make it last as long as we could to see if maybe we found the secret sauce. At some point, we never did." Lauren was "hurt deeply" that he'd also told his runner-up, JoJo Fletcher, that he loved her. "The decision I made to overcommunicate ended up hurting the relationship I was in," he said. Ben told Us Weekly that he's "happy" for his ex-fiancée on her recent marriage to Chris Lane but they haven't been in touch. He and JoJo, meanwhile, are "good friends," he said, adding that he has "a lot of respect" for her and her fiancé, Jordan Rodgers. "I actually saw her in the airport last year. It was awesome to see her and Jordan together, but we don't keep in close contact. I think just because for me, and probably for them, it wouldn't be healthy. It's not smart," he explained.
On June 20, The Sun reported that Harry Styles has been trying to reconnect with former flame Daisy Lowe by sliding into her DMs. "Harry is used to getting any woman he desires and he still holds a torch for the model, whose father is Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale. They met years ago through mutual friends and regularly hang out in the same circles," said a source. "Not only does he think she's really cool, with her rock 'n' roll background, but he really fancies her too and loves her style. He's slid into her DMs quite a bit and is open about appreciating her sexy Instagram pics. Sadly, she's five years older than him and while he can more than handle himself with older women, she's always seen him more as a little brother than a lover." The duo were first linked back in 2013.
During an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" that hit the Internet on June 17, Shay Mitchell said she's in no rush to get engaged to her boyfriend, Matte Babel, with whom she welcomed daughter Atlas in late 2019. "It's never been something I really cared for," she said of marriage. "And I love weddings, love weddings. I can watch them all day long. I love attending, I love being a part of my friends' [weddings], anybody's, to be quite honest. It's just not something I care for for myself and it's something that Matte and I have spoken about. … He's been like, 'You sure?' And I'm like, 'Yeah, we work so well right now.' It's great and this dynamic just works for us. … It may not always be the correct way but it works. That's how I sort of have to go, you know, that's how I do it."
On the June 18 episode of dad Todd Chrisley's "Chrisley Confessions" podcast, Savannah Chrisley explained why she and her fiancé, Nic Kerdiles, postponed their plans to tie the knot in May. "We both realized that things moved way too fast and we needed to go back to dating," she said. "I just knew we had to work on things on a different level. We had to dig deeper and it's hard. It's 2020, and you know what? It's OK not to follow the guidelines and the whole timeframe that everyone follows." She went on to say that a friend shared some advice that really helped her: "She said, 'When you get married, the good things in your relationship become great and the bad things in your relationship become worse.' I truly sat on that and I thought about it and there was just so much that Nic and I needed to work through," recalled the bride-to-be, adding that because she's in the limelight, there's been "a lot of pressure" from fans who "expected a wedding." The reality starred also said that she and her future hubby are "both in therapy" and "doing what we know we need to do."
Kate Beckinsale and her much younger boyfriend, Goody Grace, are getting serious: The actress dropped the L-bomb while wishing her beau a happy 23rd birthday on June 19. "Happy birthday I love you," she commented on a video Goody shared on Instagram to mark his big day. "I love you," he replied.
Cara Delevingne and G-Eazy, who were first linked in late May, are getting serious: She brought him as her plus-one to sister Shaylene Benson's super-small wedding in Laguna Beach, California, on June 18. The rapper was among the party of 10 that celebrated Shaylene and her new husband at their wedding dinner at a nearby steakhouse.
On June 20, Food Network star Alex Guarnaschelli took to Instagram to announce that she and "Chopped" champ Michael Castellon are engaged. "Ok @chefmike808, you're on!" she captioned a photo of her new emerald engagement ring. Chef Mike shared a similar shot, which he captioned, "#she #said #yes engaged #boom #luckiest #guy #ever #happy #happy."
Bachelor Nation's 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 there's a new man in her life. "2020 ain't all bad," she captioned two photos of herself and new boyfriend Nick Wehby. She later told Us Weekly that they met on Instagram after he watched her season of "The Bachelor" with his mom. "He'd always respond to my question stickers with really funny things, and it intrigued me," she said. "We started talking at the beginning of quarantine over DMs, then text and eventually FaceTime. We met for the first time in person after three months of this. … I flew to Ohio to meet him, and he drove me back to Virginia so I wouldn't have to come from a plane straight to my parents' house, where I've been quarantining. It was a little scary seeing if we'd have the same connection in real life, but luckily it was even better in person!" Nick was actually a fan, she said: "He watched 'The Bachelor' because his mom got him to start watching and then eventually 'Paradise' because he knew I'd be on it. … [I] don't know how I piqued his interest, but I'm very happy I did!" Gushed Sydney of her beau, "He has incredible character. He's honest, loyal and wears his heart on his sleeve. He makes me laugh a ton and gets me to open up more and truly be myself."
On the Father's Day episode of Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk," which debuted on June 21, Will Smith called divorcing his first wife, Sheree Zampino, "the ultimate failure." Said the father of three, who shares son Trey with his ex, "Divorce was the worst thing in my adult life. … I've been hurt a lot in my adult life, but I don't think anything touches the failure of getting divorced from my 2-year-old son's mother."
On June 18, celeb-loved tattoo artist Winter Stone revealed on Instagram that Raven-Symoné and her new wife, Miranda Maday, got matching tattoos on their ring fingers shortly before they tied the knot earlier this month. (See a photo here.) The two women got symbols representing the letters P and M (P as in Pearman, Raven's legal last name, and M for Maday). "PM @ravensymone for her and her new wife!" wrote the tattoo artist.
Bette Midler's 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'd recently tied the knot. "In the midst of COVID, a piece of s— president, and the power and poignancy of the Black Lives Matter movement, I got married! Because honestly, WHY NOT. It's great to have cake smeared on your face by someone you love! And hot DAMN do I love this man!" she captioned a photo of herself and her new hubby (whose identity she's yet to reveal publicly) moments after he smashed wedding cake on her face following their nuptials, which Bette described during an interview with the Manila Bulletin as a "very small" pandemic wedding. "It's kind of cute, very sweet, and very nice to be a mother-in-law," said the iconic singer-actress, adding that Sophie and her hubby are "very joyful together" and that their romance brings her "a lot of happiness, tremendous happiness."
During a June 18 interview with Us Weekly, Dina Lohan's fiancé, Jesse Nadler, said that he plans to propose again when they eventually meet in person: "My plan is to fly home to Long Island, get down on one knee and propose. Soon after, set the wedding date in the Hamptons — my hometown," he said. "I just knew from the first call we had a bond and a calmness between us. From the beginning, we had this feeling between us that neither one of us could explain. It felt so real and right. … We knew we loved each other and couldn't imagine life without each other. We started off as friends and became best friends and the love was always the strong undercurrent we both felt for each other. It took some time to bond with her children as expected, but I care and respect her children very much. Aliana is an angel and all the children are very sweet, kind and special."
On June 17, Marques Houston took to Instagram to defend his romance with his much younger fiancée — Miya Dickey, who's nearly 20 years his junior — and to address rumors that he and the 19-year-old beauty started seeing each other when she was still a minor. The "Sister, Sister" alum met his future missus "in 2018 through a mutual friend" at a Jehovah's Witness convention, he wrote, adding that rumors they met prior to that while working together on a movie project are untrue. "Never before then, did I even know she existed," he captioned two photos of them together. "The fact that she was listed on one of our films was a misprint or someone being messy. Anyone can post on IMDB. And there's no way someone that young could even work on a film set in the position of Art Director because that position requires years of experience." He went on to say that he and Miya connected when she became close with his manager's daughter. "We are all like family. Being a Jehovah's Witness, we all showcase true love like family. That's it," he continued. "Miya and I didn't start dating until she was an adult. We fell in love and got engaged in March of 2019. My dad Michael loves her, and the people I am closest to all love her as well."
Tyga attempted to shoot his shot with Zendaya in the caption of a June 18 Instagram post promoting the music video for his new song "Vacation." Wrote the rapper, "Tag someone you wanna take on vacation! @Zendaya?" He then apparently had second thoughts and updated his caption to remove her tag. The actress, by the way, has been linked to "Euphoria" co-star Jacob Elordi since the summer of 2019.
Nina Agdal took to Instagram on June 17 to mark her third anniversary with her boyfriend, Christie Brinkley's son, Jack Brinkley Cook. "3 years later. Still on a beach. Still drinking wine. Still cracking jokes no one else would find funny," she captioned a slideshow of photos with her love.
Need more proof that Demi Moore and Bruce Willis are the friendliest exes ever? The actress was on hand when her ex-husband's second wife, Emma Heming, turned 42 on June 18. She could be seen lighting the candles on Emma's birthday cake in a photo the model shared on Instagram in celebration of her big day. The two women also celebrated Father's Day together on June 21 with the "Die Hard" star and his five kids: the three adult daughters he shares with Demi and the two little girls he shares with Emma. The "G.I. Jane" actress shared several photos of their day together as one big, happy family.