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 mid-November 2019, starting with Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson, who sparked split rumors when they took a break from constantly posting about each other on Instagram in early November after continuously packing on the PDA throughout October. Radar Online reported on Nov. 18 that, according to a source, the duo "are taking a break but want to remain friends" after the singer-actress "said she just needs to focus on herself." But according to an E! News source, the pair "are fine and are still dating." In fact, they reportedly "saw each other last week when he visited her in Tennessee," where she's recovering from a recent vocal cord surgery. Added the insider, "Miley has been resting from her vocal surgery but has been in touch and seen Cody recently. … [She] always made it clear to Cody that she likes to have freedom and he always understood the dynamic of the relationship. … They have been friends for years and will always be and are currently fine and on great terms." Said a second E! News source, "They are very happy together. She has a new house in L.A. and when she's in town, she has been spending most nights there. … She was out of town and they definitely missed each other. They reunited and you could see how happy they were to be back together again. It's clear they are very into each other. … She has a busy schedule and a lot of work commitments that have kept them apart. But when they are together there's no doubt they are crazy about each other." Now keep reading for more of the week's biggest celeb love life updates…
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The Mail on Sunday reported on Nov. 16 that Johnny Depp's much younger girlfriend of nearly a year, dancer Polina Glen, recently dumped him and moved back to her native Russia "for the foreseeable future" after being put off by the media attention surrounding their relationship, as well as the actor's ongoing legal issues with his ex-wife, Amber Heard. "Polina hated the attention the relationship was bringing her and found it scary," said a source. "She's now keeping her head down in Russia. … Despite sneers that Polina was only with Johnny for his fame, she kept her head down while living with him, going to her dance choreography job and then back to his house. His level of celebrity and his ongoing battle with Amber grew too much for her. … Johnny has been distracted by his feud with Amber and she didn't think the time was right for them to commit to anything." The insider added that the A-list actor and the dancer — who'd been splitting her time between Russia and Johnny's home in Los Angeles — had discussed marriage but that Polina "told Johnny plans to get married were madness."
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Back in August, there were reports that Joshua Jackson and his girlfriend of less than a year, actress Jodie Turner-Smith, had picked up a marriage license from a Beverly Hills courthouse. On Nov. 14 — when the duo made their red carpet debut at the AFI Fest premiere of her film "Queen & Slim" while wearing what appeared to be wedding rings — they sparked rumors that they'd actually secretly tied the knot.
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According to TMZ, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan finalized their divorce on Nov. 19, though they've yet to settle their division of assets or custody of their daughter, Everly. The former couple recently filed paperwork to expedite the process, paving the way for them each to remarry. The "Magic Mike" actor has been dating singer Jessie J since late 2018, while the actress-dancer is currently expecting a baby with her boyfriend of a year, Broadway star Steve Kazee.
Us Weekly reported on Nov. 15 that, according to a source, Teresa Giudice and husband Joe Giudice have been "a little flirty" since she visited him in his native Italy, where he's fighting his deportation from the United States, though the future of their relationship is still up in the air. "[They] have been talking and FaceTiming a ton since she got back from Italy," said the source. "Who knows what their future is as a couple, but she's been really happy and in a good place since she got back. Their interactions are a little flirty too, but that could just be the honeymoon stage all over again." On the Nov. 14 episode of "Good Morning America," the mother of four said she's not currently planning to file for divorce, though she again expressed doubts about whether or not she and Joe will be able to make their relationship work if he stays overseas. "I don't know. Imagine he lived in Italy and you live here. I don't know. I mean, I don't know if that's like a feasible relationship," she said, adding that the state of their relationship is "to be determined" and that they're "taking it day by day." Added Teresa, "There's always going to be a place in my heart for Joe. I'm always going to love him no matter what." She also said that her recent trip to visit Joe "was all about focusing on our daughters" and "really wasn't about us" and that she's not planning a solo trip to Italy anytime soon. (She told Andy Cohen on the Nov. 20 episode of "Watch What Happens Live" that she could head back to Italy "maybe this summer" and that she won't be joining her girls when they visit Joe in Italy over Christmas.) When asked if she thinks she could find love again if they divorced, Teresa responded "of course." Continued the reality star, "I'm still young. If it does go that path, I want the same for Joe. … We only really want the best for each other. We really do." She then doubled down on her previous claims that she's never cheated on Joe. She still thinks he cheated on her, though: "I never caught him so it's hearsay," she said. During a Nov. 16 BravoCon panel, Teresa confirmed she's still friends with Blake Schreck, the much-younger man to whom she's been linked throughout 2019.
Rosie O'Donnell told "Extra" on Nov. 18 that she and her fiancée, Elizabeth Rooney, are "still figuring things out" between them: "We are trying to figure it out," she said. "I am a hopeful person and I am hoping for the best." Continued the Emmy winner, "It's hard in the public light. It's hard for a person who is a normal person in a normal job. I'm kind of used to it." She echoed to Us Weekly, "We're trying to work out what's going on. … She's a police officer and she's young and there's a lot of attention on [us]. We're just taking it slow." The comedian also said that she's not currently dating anyone else and "not looking" to start. In late October, there were reports that Rosie and the Massachusetts policewoman had called it quits.
Freida Pinto took to Instagram on Nov. 21 to announce that she and photographer Cory Tran, to whom she was first publicly linked in the summer of 2018, are engaged. "It all makes sense now. Life makes sense, the world makes sense, the past tears and trials make sense, what wise old lovers said about love makes sense, where I am makes sense and where I want to go completely makes sense," she captioned a slideshow of three photos of herself and her love showing off her new engagement ring. "You my love are just the most beautiful creation to have ever walked into my life. And you are here to stay. Well, I am making you stay. Ha! 😂 All my love with all my heart♥️. . Oh and Happiest Birthday sweet Fiancé!"
Angelina Pivarnick and Chris Larangeira tied the knot at the Park Château Estate & Gardens in East Brunswick, New Jersey, on Nov. 20, according to "Entertainment Tonight," which published exclusive wedding photos. The "Jersey Shore" star donned a white lace Castle Couture dress, an extra-long veil and a silver tiara during her nuptials, which were attended by Deena Cortese, JWoww, Snooki, Vinny Guadagnino, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, Pauly D and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino. The bride's three female co-stars served as bridesmaids.
During an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" that hit the Internet on Nov. 18, Rupert Grint fueled rumors that his "Harry Potter" franchise co-stars Emma Watson and Tom Felton are more than friends. "There was always something [between them]," he said. "There was a little bit of a spark. I don't want to start anything … but there were some sparks. But we were kids. It was like any kind of playground romance." Back in 2011, Emma admitted that Tom was her "first crush." The rumor mill has attempted to link the longtime pals several times over the years.
Us Weekly reported on Nov. 20 that, according to a source, Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik are talking again but "aren't getting back together" because their off-and-on relationship is "way too stressful for her." Said the source, "She still has some lingering feelings for him, sure, but she won't go through getting back together with him. She's already tried. They were spending more time together before the Tyler Cameron relationship. Her family wants her to be happy and they know he's not the one for her either."
Jon Hamm and Ben Affleck's ex-girlfriend, Lindsay Shookus, fueled romance rumors for the umpteenth time when they stepped out for dinner in New York City on Nov. 16 following his guest appearance on "Saturday Night Live," which she produces. "It did seem to be romantic," a spy told Us Weekly of the dinner, for which "SNL" creator Lorne Michaels joined the duo, who've been friends for years. "They sat next to each other and would touch each other affectionately throughout the night. However, there was no PDA." A second spy, meanwhile, described the dinner as an "amicable" evening with "a bigger group of people."
On the Nov. 18 episode of "The Wendy Williams Show," politician Cory Booker dished on whether or not he's thinking marriage when it comes to his girlfriend of about a year, Rosario Dawson: "Look, I have hope, I have hope!" he said. "Yeah, I really do. I really do. This is something really special. She's challenged me in ways that I needed to be challenged." He went on to say that if he does pop the question, it'll be with a "conscious" piece of jewelry that "will reflect the values of a couple" because the "Sin City" star is a "righteous activist." He also revealed how he asked the actress for her phone number when they ran into each other at a party thrown by Sarah Silverman after previously meeting at a fundraiser — "We were both, I think, not really looking at that point," he added of their first encounter. "So I have a lot of confidence in a lot of areas, but I tell you, I did not feel confidence when I asked for her phone number," he admitted. "I walked up to her. It was the end of the party. We had already talked a little bit and people were drifting out, but she and I were kind of lingering. I walked up to her, and I said, 'Well, how would I contact you if I wanted to get int touch with you?' And she goes, 'Oh, you're asking for my phone number.' … This was a shy moment for me definitely, but [Rosario] was merciful and gave me her phone number."
Hannah Brown broke down over her ex-fiancé, Jed Wyatt, while rehearsing for her contemporary dance to Selena Gomez's "Lose You to Love Me" on the Nov. 18 episode of "Dancing With the Stars." Said the blonde beauty in a confessional, "I have been through a lot that directly relates to the song. When you love somebody so much but it's not good for you, that's the hardest thing to let go of. My 'Bachelorette' experience did not go like I thought it would. … I never thought this would be where I was at. I truly did want to find somebody, and I didn't. … I think the disappointment and the heartbreak is what has made me strong. … I do want to love somebody one day, but right now, I am totally fine being on my own." She also told partner Alan Bersten of her ex, "It hasn't been easy. It's still a process. I thought he was honest, and he wasn't. … I didn't know what was next, really. Like, what just happened to my life?" A few days earlier, the former pageant queen seemingly took aim at Jed, an aspiring singer-songwriter, while joking around with Carissa Culiner at the 2019 CMA Awards. After the E! News personality complimented Hannah on her appearance by saying she was "finding a husband tonight" and looked "ready to get married" in her white ballgown, the former star of "The Bachelorette" said, "I do like country music. … And a real musician." (Watch the LOL-worthy exchange here.)
Jen Harley took to her Instagram Story on Nov. 13 to (again) accuse off-and-on love Ronnie Ortiz-Magro of cheating on her over the course of their extremely volatile relationship. She also alleged that he's hooking up with one of her friends to get back at her for ending their relationship for good following an alleged domestic violence incident in early October. "You cheated, you lied, you [messed] up. It's always been you," she wrote. "I don't want to hear about Ron and all these girls I know believe me there has been sooo many screenshots and pictures. I'm used to it. I know he's hooking up with my friend to get back at me (back at me for not wanting to get back with him). It's a cycle that never ends. I'm exhausted and disgusted by it." She went on to say that she never requested the restraining order against Ron and claimed that she is "working on getting it dropped." She added that "everyone is hurt in this situation" and that she just wants to "coparent peacefully" with her ex. Wrote the mother of two, "I don't understand all the bashing going on, on his end. All I ever wanted was a family for our daughter, the toxic part was sweeping everything under the rug and trying to look past all the cheating just didn't work for me."
On the Nov. 15 episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Lena Waithe revealed that she recently married longtime love Alana Mayo in front of the bust of Harvey Milk — the first openly gay politician to be elected to public office — at San Francisco City Hall. "We snuck and did it," she said. "We didn't really make any announcements or a big [deal about it]. … It was her idea — like all good things are. She was just driving and she saw the courthouse and she said, 'We should get married there.' And I said, 'Cool, I'm down.' … It really was a humbling day to marry someone so amazing, but also to really appreciate all the work that so many people have put in for us to be able to do that. … Everybody should be able to do that."
On Nov. 15 — just two months after they announced that they're expecting their third child — Eva Amurri Martino and her husband of nearly a decade, Kyle Martino, took to Instagram to share a joint statement announcing that they're calling it quits: "Our family is starting down a new path. After a lot of thoughtful consideration, and work on our relationship, we have made the difficult decision to lovingly part ways as a couple," they wrote. "We are committed to, and excited about, raising our three beautiful children as close friends and deep partners, and we have the utmost respect for one another. We feel so grateful for the wonderful gifts we have created and received throughout our decade together. We have realized over time that the best path to happiness for us as a family is in this different direction, and we look forward to forging ahead in to a new beautiful relationship." On Oct. 29, they both gushed about each other on Instagram in celebration of their eighth wedding anniversary (see what she wrote here and what he posted here), but there'd been recent signs that all was not well between them: In September, Eva revealed on her blog that they'd been struggling to reconcile their "different views of gender roles when it pertains to parenting," which she described as "one of the biggest things" they "had to work on in our marriage." Wrote Susan Sarandon's daughter, "For many years, he was involved the bare minimum in helping me with the kids, even though I was working full time. A lot of this had to do with his upbringing, and some of it was other factors — but it took a lot of therapy for us to get on the same page and work through how our own backgrounds lead to a lot of clashes in this department. I was frustrated and resentful, and quite honestly, exhausted. We've come a long way, but we still continue to work on this dynamic in our relationship." For now, the duo are keeping things amicable. A day after they announced their split, Eva wrote on Instagram, "[We] are doing SO well as a family through this transition. The love we have for each other that you watch us exhibit, and the joy in our lives, is not faux. It is very real and still present. This decision was not made a day ago or even a month ago. We have chosen exactly when and how everyone is learning of this but we are far in our personal process and we are in a great place. I know this type of dynamic might be confusing to some and that is ok. Our priorities lie with our health as a forever family and not with justifying our relationship." Wrote Kyle in the comments section, "You're an incredible person, remarkable mother, & amazing partner. So grateful we had the courage to make the hard call for the benefit of our children. … I will always have your back and stand by you as we raise these amazing kids. Love you Buster." On Nov. 18, he officially moved out of the home he shared with Eva and their two kids. "Move out day. Couldn't have asked for a better send-off crew. I love you guys so much and will always be your dad in our beautiful family. See you tomorrow," he captioned a photo of them.
Bristol Palin took to Instagram on Nov. 16 to debut her new boyfriend: former Texas A&M quarterback Janson Moore, who now works in medical sales. The former "Teen Mom" star shared a photo of herself and her new beau at a football game, which she captioned with the heart-eyes emoji. It's the mother of three's first public romance since ending her marriage to Dakota Meyer in 2018. On Nov. 18, Radar Online reported that Janson is also recently divorced: In May, he filed to end his marriage of less than a year to Makenzie Hausenfluck. The divorce was finalized in August.
Devon Windsor and Johnny "Dex" Barbara tied the knot in St. Barts on Nov. 16. Shanina Shaik, Olivia Culpo, Cara Santana and Georgia Fowler were among the guests at the church wedding, during which the Victoria's Secret model donned a sheer custom Zuhair Murad gown. The duo got engaged in June 2018.
During a Nov. 15 BravoCon panel, Austen Kroll revealed that he and off-and-on love Madison LeCroy are together again. "This week, I'm doing well with Madison. Next week, I'll let you all know," said the "Southern Charm" star. "I tried to go our separate ways. Madison has been a person for me for a long, long time. It's hard to walk away from someone like that. She really is a hell of a woman. She's got it going on. I find it hard to walk away from her." He later told Us Weekly, "Madison and I have certainly tried to go our own ways, and we just find ourselves kind of back with each other. Like, I go to other people, and I'm like, 'You just suck. And you suck and you suck.' And there's like one thing, like, it's her. She's just, like, my person. And I'm telling myself to quit fighting it, and it's just not cut-and-dry sometimes. I think that you love someone like this maybe only once in your life, so it would be silly to walk away from it. So until all options are exhausted, Madison will be my person." He then shared how the show affects their relationship: "Oh, it's terrible because," he said. "Not every relationship is perfect. … It's tough because your issues get brought to light, and then all your friends talk about it — where maybe if there weren't cameras in your face, they'd be like, 'OK, just let them go. They're a dumpster fire. Just let them be a dumpster fire in their own right.' So it makes it tough when you have to be kind of open and honest, and then you just hope that people kinda relate to what's going on."
During a Nov. 15 chat with People magazine, Jeana Keough revealed that earlier this month — after 16 years of separation — she finally "signed the divorce papers" to end her marriage to Matt Keough. "He had been asking for years [for a divorce] and I felt he was well enough to let him go," she said, adding that her estranged spouse is actually "engaged to someone" else. "I think he wants to get married, so it's like, 'OK,'" she said. "We haven't been together in probably 15, 20 years. … It was hard. I'm from Wisconsin. I'm a fighter. You don't let go of things." The former star of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" went on to blame the difficulties in their marriage on the head injury Matt suffered when he was hit by a foul ball while playing professional baseball back in 1992. "The minute he got injured in 1992, he was not the same person. From 1992, he woke up, he didn't like me," she said. "I'm kind of not what he wants. He needs peace and quiet and I had a house full of crazy kids and their friends … and he's been alone for a long time. He prefers the company of himself." The divorce hasn't been finalized yet, though: "The judge has to sign it. Maybe he did this week — I haven't heard," Jeana said. "We at least agreed to everything and properties are all divided and everything's done." During a BravoCon panel before her interview with People, the mother of three explained why she and Matt were still married nearly 15 years after they legally separated: "I wanted to be there for him. If he didn't have a voice, I wanted to give him a voice," she said. As for what's next, the real estate agent told People she's "ready to date" and that her ideal partner "needs to be brilliant and funny and … have enough money to travel." Added the former reality star, "I don't want to have to support somebody in my old age."
During a BravoCon panel in New York City on Nov. 18, Stassi Schroeder said that she and Beau Clark, who got engaged in July after just a year of dating, plan to tie the knot in Rome in October 2020. "The No. 1 thing that we know for sure about our wedding is we don't want to sweat," said the "Vanderpump Rules" star. "Beau and I agreed on — right when we got engaged — that we don't want to sweat at our wedding. We are not going to sweat, no one at my wedding is going to sweat." Added the bride-to-be, "It's going to be crisp, fall wedding! … [And] no kids at our wedding. This is an adult party. I want everyone to get hammered and enjoy themselves."
Camille Grammer took to Twitter on Nov. 14 to shoot down ex-husband Kelsey Grammer's recent allegations that she blew up at him about wanting a divorce on the day of his mother's funeral. "This is not true. My parents were with us in the Hamptons when we received the news about his mom's passing. We consoled him and flew back to LA to make arrangements for her funeral. It's unfortunate that he is rewriting history," she tweeted. "Nothing really bad happened the day of her funeral except he got drunk with his friends," she later added, noting that the actor "was on the program and got wasted with his old drinking buddies." She concluded in another tweet, "Later that day of her funeral and into the evening he was drinking heavily with his friends. I was very concerned about him being 'off the wagon' and asked to slow it down or I'll call The Betty Ford Center."
During a Nov. 15 BravoCon panel, Tinsley Mortimer officially confirmed recent reports that she and off-and-on love Scott Kluth "did get back together." After the crowd erupted in cheers, the reality star said, "I'm more excited than anybody!"
Bachelor Nation couple Dean Unglert and Caelynn Miller-Keyes made their red carpet debut — er, pink carpet debut — at the American Influencer Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 18. They've been an item since the summer, when they dipped out on the sixth season of "Bachelor in Paradise" to pursue their relationship away from the cameras. "I always joke with him about us getting married," the former pageant queen told Us Weekly on the pink carpet. "Maybe that's in our future, but it would be way down our future. … We've only been together for like six months." She then explained how Dean "influences" her "every day" by making her "more relaxed." Gushed Caelynn, "I think people were initially surprised to see my adventurous side and my camping and hiking side, but Dean definitely brings that out of me. … He's the most supportive boyfriend. He's the kindest boyfriend."
During an interview with Rolling Stone that hit the Internet on Nov. 18, Camila Cabello pinpointed the exact moment she and frequent collaborator Shawn Mendes became more than friends: "During 'I Know What You Did Last Summer,' I really bonded with him as more than a friend. I think he did, too, but we were both really young, and he was experiencing the pressures of his career," she said of their 2015 collab. "I don't think we knew what to do with those feelings. It was this awkward thing where we both liked each other, but we weren't together. It was just weird. An energy was there from the beginning, but after that song, we didn't spend as much time together. Our paths just didn't cross in that way romantically until we started hanging out again and writing. For me, it just brought it back."
During a Nov. 14 chat with Us Weekly, newly engaged Kelly Dodd described her relationship with her ex-husband, Michael Dodd (pictured), as "very contentious right now." Said the reality star, "He gets upset." She went on to share her ex's thoughts on her recent engagement to Fox News journalist Rick Leventhal: "He knows who [Rick] is. And he's very mean about him. He calls him Gonzo. And then he'll send me pictures of him. He's just mean. He's not happy for me," she said. "He wants to come after me. He says, 'I'm going to expose you.' I'm like, 'OK, go [a]head, expose me.' … It's already out there! Everything's out there. There's nothing you can say or do that I haven't been exposed about." Kelly also opened up about getting engaged: "He has a terrace that looks over the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. Beautiful, with a fire and a bunch of flowers. And he got on one knee and said, 'You're the love of my life,'" she recalled, adding that she was "so surprised" when Rick proposed — even though she knew he was the one "right when I met him" after Ramona Singer introduced them. "I knew it was fireworks right off the bat," she said. She then joked that Ramona "wants to be a bridesmaid" when they wed, while Dorinda Medley "wants to officiate it."
During a Nov. 16 BravoCon panel, Porsha Williams said that she still hopes to have a televised wedding … in spite of the fact that her fiancé, Dennis McKinley, cheated on her while she was pregnant with their daughter. "[Fans will] hopefully see me get married on television," she said. "By them seeing him take responsibility, me learning to forgive — all of that is something that will hopefully empower them."
During a Nov. 15 BravoCon panel, Luann de Lesseps, who recently reconciled with former love Rich Super, said she hasn't given up on marriage. "I'm a hopeless romantic. I've been married twice now and they say three times a charm so… You never know," she said. "I'm keeping my heart open. At the moment I'm just dating and having fun. I'm really not looking to get hitched but I'm open to it, sure."
During a Nov. 15 BravoCon panel, Caroline Manzo said that her son Albie Manzo "might be getting engaged soon." In April, Albie told Bravo's "The Daily Dish" that he was single. He hasn't debuted a girlfriend since then.
During an interview with Us Weekly that hit the Internet on Nov. 16, Sadie Robertson explained why her fiancé, Christian Huff, is the one: "My faith is the most important thing to me, his faith is the No. 1 most important thing to him, and that's what we talk about. That's what gets us excited and that's what we share a huge bond in, and I think that's what makes it extra special," said the former "Duck Dynasty" star. "We celebrate each other's lives, and I think, for us, we truly love the other person. … I think sometimes when you're in a relationship with people, people can tend to get insecure or people can just tend to want to compete with each other, but Christian and I are so for one another. … I want him to succeed in all the things and he wants me to succeed in other things, and we enjoy doing it together because he's my best friend and I think that those elements make it really special. I think a friendship is the most important thing in a relationship and ours is really strong." Continued the reality star, "When we did our Myers-Briggs tests, we were so opposite on so many things. We were like, 'Oh, yeah. We're gonna have some troubles, but it'll be fun.' We'll figure it out!" Her family also approves: "They love him," she said. "He's a sweet guy. You can't not like Christian. He's just kind of one of those people. My sister knew him before I did. She loves him and so that definitely helped lots of things with the family." She also told Us Weekly that they're planning to tie the knot in front of 600 guests at her family's home in Louisiana.
During a Nov. 16 interview with Us Weekly, Scheana Shay opened up about her new boyfriend, Brock Davies, whom she met at a San Diego music festival earlier this year: "He treats me the way I deserve to be treated and never have been," she said, adding that "single Scheana's done" and "retired this summer." Chimed in co-star Lala Kent, "He's so cute to her. He really is. I approve." Even Kristen Doute agreed: "He gives you the attention and the affection that you long for and you deserve," she said. Added Scheana, "Everyone approves. It's not like one person's like, 'Yeah, but!' Everyone's like, 'He's amazing.'"
During a Nov. 15 chat with Us Weekly, Bachelor Nation couple Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour said that they're in no rush to wed after getting engaged on the finale of Season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise" over the summer. "We talk loosely about [wedding planning]. It's fun to talk about but we haven't set anything," said Dylan. "It's more just fun to talk about right now. We want to enjoy just being us," chimed in Hannah, who admitted that she has started looking at wedding dresses. "I've been looking around but I'm not making any specific choices right now. I know I want it to be a surprise for him," she said. "We're gonna aim for the very first moment to be really special. I'm not sure yet. I think for me, I love fashion but a big part of fashion for me is how I feel in it, so whichever one I get all the emotional feels in, that's what I'll go for — not the trendiest one or whatever I think looks coolest on the model in the picture. I think I'm going to go for what makes me feel feminine and bridal and myself." Before they tie the knot, they might want to try living in the same city for a while: She lives in Los Angeles and he's in San Diego. They "see each other four days a week," they said. "It's really not bad at all, to be honest," said Dylan. "We're just focused on our careers right now, and when we're ready, we'll move in together."
During an interview for the cover of the December 2019 issue of Women's Health, which hit the Internet on Nov. 18, Kate Hudson gushed about her boyfriend of nearly three years, Danny Fujikawa: "I've got the best man," she said. "It's the first time I feel like I have a real teammate in this. We're able to pick up where the other one has to leave off." Continued the mother of three, who welcomed daughter Rani Rose with her beau in October 2018, "If I have to go to a dinner meeting, he can be home. … His No. 1 priority is family. And when we have our disputes, I feel the thing that allows us to get through them is having the same ultimate goal, and that includes being in each other's life. It just feels so nice." Kate also has a son with ex-husband Chris Robinson and a son with ex-fiancé Matt Bellamy.
During a Nov. 20 chat with Us Weekly, Katharine McPhee listed all the things she loves about her new husband, David Foster: "I just love his way of being, she said. "I love his everyday interactions with people, even when he just says hello to the doorman walking by, there's just something charismatic about it. … I love the way he walks, I love the way he talks, I like all those things."
During a Nov. 15 chat with Us Weekly, Alexis Ren gushed about her boyfriend, Noah Centineo: "He's so special and I'm just really, really grateful I can be in his life and help support him in his own journey," she said. "He has a heart of gold. An absolute heart of gold. … Every single day I'm just in awe of what he wants to achieve and how he wants to do it, who he wants to do it for. … He's so selfless. It's so beautiful." She also shared how they like to spend their time together: "We both love art so whether it's being in nature or painting or just creating in some kind of way," she said.
During his Nov. 17 BravoCon panel, Andy Cohen confirmed he's currently single. "I don't have a type. I'm kind of like the UN — everybody's invited. It just kind of hits me when I see it," he said. "I like strong, funny, independent people who have their own thing going."
On the Nov. 15 episode of Us Weekly's "Watch With Us" podcast, Andrea Barber explained why she finally decided to open up about her 2014 divorce from Jeremy Rytky in her new book, "Full Circle: From Hollywood to Real Life and Back Again." Said the "Fuller House" star, "The divorce chapter was the hardest chapter to write, and I put it off as long as possible because I was just kind of dreading it and avoiding it. … I constantly questioned, 'How much do I want to share? I want to be honest, but I want to respect the privacy of my ex-husband and my kids.' I didn't want to throw anybody under the bus. And honestly, today, I don't really have many negative things to say about my ex-husband. We're great friends." In her memoir, the former child star reveals that she struggled with depression following the divorce.