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 this week, starting with the story that made us ask, "Selena who?" On March 20 — despite reports claiming that he and Selena Gomez were simply taking a step back "to reevaluate what's going on and what direction they want to go" in their relationship rather than breaking up entirely — photographers caught Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Baskin Champion arriving at Justin Bieber's pad in what appeared to be pajamas. Later, the duo were joined by some of the singer's male friends at Craig David's concert at The Roxy in West Hollywood, where they danced together in the VIP section. According to "Entertainment Tonight," Justin "was seen with his arm wrapped around her waist during one song, and she was spotted dancing up on him throughout the show." The duo ended the night back at the pop star's home. They were seen leaving together around 7:30 the next morning. Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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On March 15, Donald Trump Jr. and his wife, Vanessa, released a statement announcing that they were calling it quits. "After 12 years of marriage, we have decided to go our separate ways. We will always have tremendous respect for each other and our families," they said, according to People magazine. "We have five beautiful children together and they remain our top priority. We ask for your privacy during this time." Vanessa reportedly filed divorce documents asking for an uncontested proceeding in Manhattan Supreme Court. "I heard for a while they have been living separate lives. … Even before all this Trump presidency stuff started they weren't good and their marriage was strained," one source told People. But a second source called the breakup "surprising news," saying that Don Jr. and Vanessa "always seemed very cute together, and were a really fun couple." On March 16, former model Melissa Stetten took to Twitter to share flirtatious direct messages between herself and Don Jr. from November 2011, just weeks after Vanessa gave birth to one of their sons. "Surprised his marriage didn't work out since he was sending me DMs a month after his wife gave birth," she tweeted. Melissa told People that she didn't know Don Jr. personally: "He just started following me so I followed back. He would favorite my tweets and occasionally reply," she said. "I always thought of the Trumps as idiots so it was entertaining to see his failed attempts at hitting on me." A representative for Don Jr. told People that the messages between Melissa and Don Jr. were just jokes. A few days later, though, it became clear that just because he didn't cheat with Melissa didn't mean Don Jr. had been faithful to his wife…
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On March 19, Perez Hilton and Page Six reported that Donald Trump Jr. had an affair with Aubrey O'Day in 2011 and 2012 after they met on the set of "The Celebrity Apprentice." According to the blogger, the singer only got involved with Don Jr. because he told her that he and his wife, Vanessa, were separating. "Don Jr. was very aggressive, pursuing [Aubrey], telling her he loved her and that he wanted to be with her," a source told Perez, adding that Don Jr. and Vanessa nearly split years ago because of the former Danity Kane singer. Meanwhile, Page Six reported that Vanessa, who was pregnant at the time, was devastated when her husband told her that he planned to leave her for Aubrey. "I think his marriage to Vanessa was over long before Aubrey came along," a source told Page Six, adding that the singer was truly in love with Don Jr. but that his family "pressured" him into staying with Vanessa. (According to one source, President Donald Trump told his son to "knock it off.") On March 21, People magazine reported that Don Jr.'s affair with Aubrey came to an end after Vanessa found "sexy" text messages between the two while her husband was showering. "To Don Jr. [the affair] was very exciting" a source told the magazine. "Aubrey was very, very into Don. He liked her but she was definitely more keen on him." Us Weekly reported on March 21 that Vanessa actually confronted Aubrey over the months-long affair after she discovered emails between the singer and her husband. She reportedly "called Aubrey with her kids on the phone" in an attempt to shame the reality TV star away from her husband. Said a source, "Vanessa went crazy and was super-jealous." Us Weekly also resurfaced Aubrey's appearance on a 2012 podcast in which she dished on a celebrity whom she fell for on the set of a TV show (presumably Don Jr.). Aubrey said she and the mystery man hooked up for the first time in a bathroom, had "intense and passionate" Skype sex and exchanged "I love yous" before she caught him cheating on her. On March 19, TMZ pointed out that back in 2013, Aubrey released a song titled "DJT" about a bad breakup. (Donald Trump Jr.'s middle name is John, by the way!) Three days later, TMZ released the audio and never-released footage for a potential music video of Aubrey's early 2012 remix of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know," which featured updated lyrics to make the song about her affair with an unnamed married man. "You said that was the reason for your pain, but you were scared to ruin your family's name. Your wife's the only one glad we are over," she sings on the track.
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It was a bad week for the Trump family. On March 21, Us Weekly broke the news that Tiffany Trump and her boyfriend of two years, Ross Mechanic, called it quits late last year. According to a source, the duo had a "cordial" breakup in the fall of 2017. "She's taking law school seriously," said the source.
On March 16, Us Weekly broke the news that Alessandra Ambrosio and her fiance of a decade, Jamie Mazur, had called it quits. "They [have] been trying to keep their split on the down low, but Alessandra has been out and about ready to mingle and hasn't been taking Jamie to anything," a source told the tabloid. The duo share two children.
On March 17, The Mail on Sunday confirmed reports from earlier this month that Robin Wright secretly married Clement Giraudet. The duo reportedly tied the knot three months ago. "Robin is not someone who relishes being in the public eye, so this wedding is something she's kept very quiet," said a source. "She and Clement are very happy. He's two decades younger than her but when you see them together you can tell she's very much in love."
According to a New York Times profile of Chris Evans that hit the Internet on March 22, the "Captain America" star and off-and-on love Jenny Slate have called it quits for the second time. The duo dated from mid-2016 to early 2017 and reunited in late 2017. They even spent the holidays together.
Anderson Cooper has been spending time with Dallas-based doctor Victor Lopez in the wake of his breakup from boyfriend of nine years Benjamin Maisani (pictured). "Benjamin and I separated as boyfriends some time ago," the anchor said in a statement to DailyMail.com that hit the Internet on March 15. "We are still family to each other, and love each other very much. We remain the best of friends, and will continue to share much of our lives together." According to the website, Anderson and Victor have spent time together since at least December 2017, crossing paths in Dallas, New Orleans and Boston, though it's unclear if they are (or were) definitely romantic or just super-friendly. Victor reportedly deleted some of his social media posts with Anderson before making his Instagram account private. He has also been seen getting cozy with "another attractive gentleman" in recent photos, according to DailyMail.com, "suggesting that he and Cooper may just be friends or their fling is over." The outlet adds that Anderson and his ex are still living together in the same New York City pad.
Jack Antonoff and model Carlotta Kohl cuddled up at the New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 17 — nearly two months after they were first linked just days after the Bleachers frontman said he was "not seeing anyone" following his split from Lena Dunham.
TMZ reported on March 16 that Logic and his wife of two years, Jessica Andrea, have separated — and "reconciliation doesn't seem likely." The rapper reportedly dumped his missus after the 2018 Grammys in January because he realized he was "happier single than married" and "just wanted to be single." He reportedly grew distant from his wife and started spending more time away from home after his song "1-800-273-8255" blew up in late 2017. According to TMZ, Jessica is "shocked and devastated." She's reportedly living with a family member and won't walk away from the marriage with either their home or car due to their prenup. On March 20, Logic released a statement about the breakup on Twitter. "After two years of marriage, we have come to the loving conclusion that we are much better as friends. As entertainers, we have made every aspect of our lives public, yet we would appreciate your respect and privacy on this issue," it read. "At the same time, we would like to shut down the speculation and potential internet clickbait as to the 'why' in how this happened, or the 'who might have done what to whom.' It's very simple: it just didn't work out. There is no anger involved. No fighting, no cheating, no nothing. We love each other and will continue to support each other for the rest of our lives. And to the fans: don't be sad. Be happy that we could peaceful end this chapter of our relationship, beginning a new one full of love and happiness. There will be no displays of anger or hatred that tear people apart; the public will not be made to choose sides. There are no sides, there is just us. Two people who loved each other in marriage and will continue to love each other for the rest of our lives." Jessica retweeted the statement, adding the words, "I love you Bobby ♥️ and love to all the fans!" (Logic's real name is Sir Robert Bryson Hall II.)
On March 14, Us Weekly broke the news that Brielle Biermann and former White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech had called it quits after two years of coupledom. "She was having a difficult time with the distance, both of them wanted to see more of each other but with his baseball schedule and her shooting schedule and everything going on with the show in Atlanta, they just couldn't seem to make it work anymore," a source told the tabloid. "They both wish each other the best and ended things amicably." Not long after the report hit the Internet, the "Don't Be Tardy" star confirmed the news in a since-deleted tweet: "It is true. We have a lot going on right now we decided it would be for the best," she wrote, adding, "What's meant to be will always be."
On March 17, Nico Tortorella, who identifies as pansexual, took to Instagram to reveal that he and longtime partner Bethany Meyers, who identifies as gay, got married at a courthouse in New York City on March 9. "Just married. for real," the "Younger" star captioned a slideshow of images of their wedding day, during which the polyamorous couple of 11 years donned "genderblending ensembles" because, as they explained in an essay for them., "in this relationship, we both wear the pants and the dress."
The Blast reported on March 19 that Adrienne Barbeau filed to divorce her husband of 26 years, Billy Van Zandt, on March 16. The legendary scream queen, who starred in "The Fog" and "Swamp Thing," has two adult children with her ex, who is Steven Van Zandt's half-brother. Adrienne was previously married to director John Carpenter.
Alex Pall has moved on from his scandalous split from longtime girlfriend Tori Woodward, who publicly accused him of cheating, with another beautiful blonde. On March 14, he was photographed arm-in-arm with model Katelyn Byrd in West Hollywood. "While the timing of their initial meeting was certainly not ideal, Alex and his new lady friend are taking things slowly and enjoy spending time together," a source told People magazine of the new couple.
Javi Marroquin confirmed to Radar Online on March 15 that he's reunited with ex-girlfriend Lauren Comeau, whom he romanced for a couple months in the summer of 2017. (The duo originally split because he lives in Delaware while she calls South Carolina home.) "I want to do things differently," Javi told Radar. "I just want to enjoy it. She's the only girl that's been on no TV. It's just real stuff." On March 15, Lauren posted a photo of herself and her rekindled love on Instagram. "Sometimes, two people have to fall apart to realize how much they need to fall back together," she wrote in the caption. The new relationship comes on the heels of reports that Javi and ex-wife Kailyn Lowry (pictured in late 2017) might be reconciling. "Let's just say that their relationship is not over," a source told Radar. "Kail said that if it happens, it happens, but neither one of them are forcing or pushing anything." But Kailyn tweeted on March 10 that she and Javi are definitely not getting back together: "Nope, he moves too funny for me." Later, she added, "How can you get back with someone who didn't have your back when y'all were together?" When asked on March 1 if they were reuniting, Javi told the "Teen Mom Time" podcast, "We have our own private discussions just me and her. … But a lot happened between us in the past. On my behalf, I've moved on from all of that. I'm in a lot better place than I was when all of that was happening. … We have the weirdest relationship in the world. We can't even explain it to anybody because it's me, Kail and the boys."
On March 18, LeAnn Rimes' ex-husband, Dean Sheremet, took to Instagram to announce that he and filmmaker Vanessa Black are engaged. "Weather Report: Icy conditions in the ADK 💎 It's going to be a big year baby! #VanDean #engaged," he captioned a slideshow of two images of himself and his lady showing off her engagement bling in Lake Placid, New York. The chef, personal trainer and former backup dancer was also previously married to photographer Sarah Silver.
Don McLean made headlines in mid-March when his 24-year-old girlfriend, Paris Dylan, caught the attention of countless media outlets as she accompanied him on several stops of his English press tour. (He's promoting his upcoming tour of the U.K. and Ireland.) It's unclear when the 72-year-old "American Pie" singer and the glamour model first started dating, though Paris first posted a photo of herself and Don on Instagram in November 2016. "I'm thankful for him. Happy Thanksgiving from Don & I ♥️#thanksgiving #donmclean #newyork #love," she wrote in the caption. The songwriter and Patrisha Shnier split in 2016 after nearly 30 years of marriage.
Scarlett Johansson raised questions about the status of her relationship with Colin Jost when she wore a diamond ring while accompanying him to a "Saturday Night Live" afterparty in New York City on March 17. According to DailyMail.com, the actress appeared to be trying to hide the sparkler, which she did not wear on her ring finger. Curious! The duo were first linked in May 2017.
Adriana Lima and Turkish self-help guru Metin Hara are still going strong — in spite of rumors earlier in the month that they'd called it quits after nearly a year of coupledom. On March 18, Page Six reported that the Victoria's Secret Angel posted a photo of Metin on her Instagram Story, along with the words, "My Love?" She also shared a photo of him sharing a meal with her family. For his part, Metin told a Turkish newspaper as part of a March 11 report that though he and Adriana aren't headed for the altar (yet), "As long as our love for each other endures, we will live and die together."
Liam Payne addressed rumors that he and baby mama Cheryl Cole are headed for a split during an interview with the Evening Standard that hit the Internet on March 21. "The funniest thing was a week before we were [reportedly] getting married. The next week we're splitting up. And the thing for me is, I just like to think we're somewhere in the middle," he said. "You know, we have our struggles. Like, of course I'm not gonna sit here and say that everything's absolutely fine and dandy, because of course you go through different things, and that's what a relationship is." Continued the singer, "This part of our relationship was never not going to happen; there was always going to be a little bit of tenseness in the way we sort ourselves out. … But tell me a relationship in the world that doesn't go through a spot like that? It's about whether you make it through or not, together, is the main point there, I guess." In the interview, Liam addressed the importance of working though issues "together as a family," referred to Cheryl as his "missus" and called himself "very fortunate" to be dating someone with roots in the music industry. "It's difficult, obviously. Having someone else who's so high-profile in the media pushes everything that I do to another level, and I think it's weird," he said. "I feel like the press are more obsessed with it than the nation are, which is quite funny. … It is about making it work for us, not making it work how people think it should work."
Things are getting super-serious for "Hot Felon" Jeremy Meeks and his girlfriend of almost a year, Chloe Green. On March 17, The Mail on Sunday reported that the Topshop heiress wants to move in with her man and start a family "as soon as possible." Said a source, "Chloe wants to get pregnant right away. She's off the booze already. … Her parents have recently done an unexpected U-turn on Jeremy, and are now embracing him as one of the Greens." Three days later, DailyMail.com reported that on March 19, the ex-con was seen looking at engagement rings while window shopping in Beverly Hills.
Macaulay Culkin opened up about his relationship with Brenda Song during the March 20 episode of Anna Faris's "Unqualified" podcast. "I'm with a lady right now and she is, like, so good to me that they feel like blows. Like, she just does nice things and I feel like I'm almost like, at first I didn't know how to be treated well in that kind of way," he said. "It was a strange, almost foreign kind of concept. That kind of thing, that was important to me and now I realized, oh, it is important to me as well." The former child star and the actress have been an item since the summer of 2017, when they connected on the Thailand set of Seth Green's directional debut, "Changeland."
Camila Cabello is on "cloud nine" with boyfriend Matthew Hussey, to whom she was first linked in February. Though she remained tight-lipped about the specifics of their relationship when asked about the 30-year-old dating coach during "The Dan Wootton Interview" podcast, which hit the Internet on March 15, the singer admitted that she's "really happy." Said Camila, "I feel like I've never been happier in my life." Aww!
Vivica Fox is spilling the beans on her relationship with 50 Cent in her upcoming memoir, "Every Day, I'm Hustling," excerpts that hit the Internet on March 18 reveal. "Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love with him," wrote the actress, who described their intimacy level as PG-13 but "cherished and special," according to the Daily News. The "Independence Day" star claims that she found out the rapper planned to propose during a trip to Monaco for the 2003 World Music Awards. According to Vivica, Fifty planned to rent a theater in Monte Carlo and propose with a 14-carat diamond ring following a screening of "Kill Bill: Volume 1" but changed his mind when she signed on to host the award show, effectively stealing the spotlight from him. A day after the excerpts popped up online, Fifty took to Instagram to criticize his ex for talking about their relationship. "I'm waking up to this s—, that was 14 years ago. 🤦♂️smh who does this? What the f—!" he captioned a photo of Vivica along with a Daily News headline about her revelations.
On the March 18 episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," Iggy Azalea dished on how she got back at her ex-fiance, basketball star Nick Young, after he cheated on her. "I burned it all, darling!" she said. "I burned a lot, and I threw stuff in the pool too. I started off with water, and it just seemed like that didn't work." Added the rapper, "Every designer you could think of I burned. … I used to break stuff in our house, and I realized that I was breaking my own s—. I was like, 'That's stupid.' And he didn't care. So I was like, 'I'm gonna find some s— you care about and I'm gonna start destroying that s—,' which was his clothes." Iggy used a gas fire pit at their home to take her revenge. "I text him a video, and I was like, 'Hey, I'm burning your s—. I'm starting with the cheap s—. … So I don't know where you're at — probably with some girl. So I hope you get home quickly because I'm moving on, progressing on the spectrum from cheap to expensive,'" she said. "But I will say: Expensive doesn't burn well. Expensive things do not burn well. All the Forever 21 just [lit up]."
Burt Reynolds called Sally Field the love of his life during a March 15 appearance on the "Today" show. The duo dated for five years after connecting on the set of 1977's "Smokey and the Bandit." Burt recalled to Hoda Kotb, "I wanted her really bad for 'Smokey,' and they said, 'Well, she's not sexy.' And I said, 'You don't get it, talent is sexy.' And she's got that." In his 2015 memoir "But Enough About Me," Burt wrote of Sally, "I'm sorry I never told her that I loved her, and I'm sorry we couldn't make it work. … It's the biggest regret of my life."
AnnaLynne McCord and Casper Smart got flirty at the opening of FARMHOUSE restaurant in Los Angeles on March 15. "At the party, AnnaLynne and Casper seemed to enjoy each other's company and laughed throughout the night," a witness told Us Weekly. "The two were easy to spot in the VIP section during the party before making their way to the private dinner where they sat next to each other." Not long after the bash, the duo followed each other on Instagram.