Celebrity breakups of 2024: All the couples who split this year (2024)

Page Six is breaking down all the celebrity breakups of 2024 and what caused these stars to part ways after their romances — no matter how brief or long.

From actors and musicians to reality TV stars, here is a look at the couples whose love didn’t last forever.

Tory Lanez and Raina Chassagne


Tory Lanez secretly married Raina Chassagne shortly before he reported to prison, but she filed for divorce from the rapper after less than a year of marriage.

According to court documents obtained by Page Six, Lanez said “I do” to Chassagne on June 25, 2023, just three months before he began his 10-year sentence forshootingMegan Thee Stallionin the foot in 2020.

However, Chassagne — with whom Lanez shares a young son named Kai — filed to end the pair’s short-lived union on June 10, 2024.

She cited “irreconcilable differences” as her reason for the split.

Chassagne also asked for sole legal and physical custody ofKai but agreed to visitation.

Charles Spencer and Karen Gordon


Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, announced he and his wife, Karen Gordon, are divorcing after 13 years of marriage.

“It is immensely sad,” the 9th Earl Spencer, 60, told the Daily Mail June 8.

“I just want to devote myself to all my children, and to my grandchildren, and I wish Karen every happiness in the future.”

Gordon and Spencer first met on a blind date at a restaurant in Los Angeles in 2010. They got married in June 2011 on the Althorp estate.

The exes share daughter Charlotte Diana, whose moniker pays tribute to the Earl’s late older sister.

Harry Styles and Taylor Russell


Page Six confirmed on May 20 that Harry Styles andTaylor Russell called it quitsafter one year of dating.

“They went through a rough patch after their trip to Japan [in April] and are taking some time apart,” a sourcetold the Sun, adding that the singer and the actress’s relationship became “strained recently.”

Rory McIlroy and Erica Stoll


Northern Irish professional golfer Rory McIlroy and Erica Stoll’s marriage is over.

His rep confirmed to Page Six on May 14 that divorce documents had been filed a day prior after seven years of marriage.

According to docs seen by Page Six, McIlroy was the one to file to end their union in Florida. However, the reason for their split was not immediately available.

His rep told us that his desire is “to ensure this difficult time is as respectful and amicable as possible” and pointed out that“he will not be making any further comment.”

The athlete and Stoll tied the knot in 2017 and welcomed daughter Poppy in August 2020.

Scott Stapp and Jaclyn Stapp


Creed frontman Scott Stapp announced on May 10 that he and his wife, Jaclyn Stapp, had separated after 18 years of marriage.

“Out of respect for their family, Scott intends to navigate this difficult time privately,” his rep said.

Jaclyn first filed for divorce in June 2022 but subsequently withdrew the papers. Scott then filed to dissolve their union in May 2023, one year before it made headlines.

The former couple share three children: Mia, Daniel and Anthony.

Dorit and PK Kemsley


“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” stars Dorit and Paul “PK” Kemsley announced their separation on May 9 after nine years of marriage.

“To safe guard our deep friendship and maintain a harmonious environment for our children we have made the mutual and difficult decision to take some time apart and reevaluate our relationship while we prioritize our children,” they wrote in a joint statement posted to Instagram.

The pair share two children together:daughter Phoenix and son Jagger.

Kelsey Plum and Darren Waller


Kelsey Plum and Darren Waller filed a joint petition for divorce on April 23 after one year of marriage.

Following the news, the WNBA star told her followers she was “devastated” by their split and would have “walked through fire for that man.”

Plum and Waller wed in March 2023; however, their honeymoon phase was short-lived as the NFL star was traded across the country to the New York Giants just one week later.

Jenna Jameson and Jessi Lawless


Jessi Lawless announced on TikTok in April that she and Jenna Jameson are divorcing after less than one year of marriage.

The barber claimed in her video that the former p*rn star’s drinking led to their split and hoped their annulment would be finalized imminently.

Alexia Nepola and Todd Nepola


“Real Housewives of Miami” star Alexia Nepola and her husband, Todd, are divorcing.

The real estate broker filed for divorce from the reality star on April 11 after two years of marriage. He said in court documents that their marriage was “irretrievably broken.”

He also noted in the filing that the now-estranged pair signed a prenuptial agreement about a week before marrying in St. Barts.

Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist


Just three months after their televised wedding, “Golden Bachelor” alums Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist shared their intentions to divorce.

The reality stars blamed the split on distance during the April 12 “Good Morning America” interview as Turner and Nist live in Indiana and New Jersey, respectively.

The duo clarified that they still have “love” for each other.

Christian Richardand Christine Quinn


Christian Richard filed for divorce from Christine Quinn after he was arrested for domestic violence, per documents obtained by Page Six on April 5.

Richard cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split and requested sole and physical custody of his and the “Selling Sunset” star’s shared son, Christian Jr.

The former couple wedin 2019and welcomed their sonwelcomed their sonin May 2021.

Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher


Page Six exclusively revealed in April 2024 that Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher had separated at the end of the previous year.

The Hollywood duo, who had been married for nearly 14 years before calling it quits, confirmed the divorce news in a joint Instagram statement.

“After a long tennis match lasting over twenty years, we are finally putting our racquets down. In 2023 we jointly filed to end our marriage,” the actors each posted on their respective accounts. “We have always prioritized our privacy, and have been working through this change. We forever share in our devotion and love for our children. We sincerely appreciate your respecting our family’s wish for privacy.”

Chance the Rapper and Kirsten Corley


Chance the Rapper’s wife, Kirsten Corley, announced on Instagram Wednesday that they havedecided to divorceafter five years of marriage.

“After a period of separation, the two of us have arrived at the decision to part ways,” the mom of two wrote on her Stories. “We came to this decision amicably and with gratitude for the time we spent together.”

Corley, who shares daughters Kensli and Marli with the “No Problem” rapper, said they are “blessed” to have their children, who they will “continue to raise together.”

Chance and Corley legally wed in 2018 beforethrowing a star-studded wedding ceremonythe following year.

Aspyn Ovard and Parker Ferris


YouTuber Aspyn Ovard filed for divorce from her husband Parker Ferris on April 1 — the same day she announced she gave birth to their third child — according to court documents obtained by People.

She welcomed their third baby girl. She was born 34 weeks early, which Ovard admitted was quite shocking.

It’s not immediately clear why the pair called it quits.

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott


Tori Spelling finally filed for divorce from Dean McDermott in March, nine months after the “Chopped Canada” alum first announced their split.

The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum cited irreconcilable differences as the cause of the split. They share five children together.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard and Ryan Scott Anderson


Gypsy Rose Blanchard revealed her split from husband Ryan Scott Anderson to her Facebook friends on March 28.

“Unfortunately my husband and I are going through a separation and I moved in with my parents home down the bayou,” the convicted murderer wrote.

“I am learning to listen to my heart,” she continued. “Right now I need time to let myself find… who I am.”

Chelsea and Jeff Lazkani


Chelsea and Jeff Lazkani split in March 2024.

The “Selling Sunset” star filed for divorce from her husband after more than six years of marriage.

The real estate agent cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split, according to documents obtained by Page Six. They tied the knot in 2017 and share two young children.

Jesse Lally and Michelle Saniei Lally


Jesse Lally and Michelle Saniei Lally, who are featured on Season 1 of “The Valley,” separated after nearly six years of marriage — and before the Bravo series premieres on March 19.

“It was very hard to have your first kid during the pandemic … mid-lockdown, no nannies, no grandparents helping out,” Jesse told Us Weekly on March 14 at the show’s premiere. “It takes a toll on a couple in that situation.”

The pair walked down the aisle in October 2018 and welcomed their daughter Isabella Bunny in April 2020.

“People evolve,” Jesse added. “If your marriage and relationship doesn’t evolve with it, it will never work no matter how bad you want it.”

Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied

Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied quietly finalized their divorce in February after 11 years of marriage, her rep confirmed to People.

The “Black Swan” star secretly filed for dissolution over the summer in France, where she lives with her two children, son Aleph and daughter Amalia.

The divorce came after Page Six broke the news that the choreographer had allegedly cheated on Portman with a young climate activist named Camille Étienne.

Ellie Goulding and Caspar Jopling


“Lights” singer Ellie Goulding and art dealer Caspar Jopling announced their separation after four years of marriage on Feb. 23.

“We remain the closest of friends and have been successfully co-parenting with our sons (sic) best interests at heart,” the pop star wrote on her Instagram Story at the time.

She added, “We are committed to protecting our family privacy and thank people in advance for respecting our wishes – we won’t be commenting further. Thank you.”

Goulding and Jopling wed in August 2019 after gettingengaged in August 2018. Theywelcomed their son, Arthur,in May 2021.

Porsha Williams and Simon Guobadia


Porsha Williams hasfiled for divorcefrom her husband, Simon Guobadia, after just one year of marriage.

Thereturning “Real Housewives of Atlanta” starsubmitted the court documents on Feb. 22 in Atlanta,according to People.

A source told the magazine that the cause of the breakup is an “ongoing matter.”

The “Pursuit of Porsha” author and the entrepreneur married twice in November 2022. The duo got engaged in May 2021 –– just one month after publicly dating each other.

Robert Irwin and Rorie Buckey


Robert Irwin, the son of the late Steve Irwin, and Rorie Buckey, the niece of the late Heath Ledger, announced their decision to call it quits on Feb. 16 after two years of dating.

“We wanted to share that we have decided to go our separate ways but profoundly appreciate all the time spent together and wish one another all the very best into the future,” read the statement, shared via Buckey’s Instagram Story.

“We wish to express the gratitude and respect we have for one another as we continue our journeys on different paths.”

While the young duo were rumored to be dating in 2022, they went Instagram-official in August 2023.

Seann William Scott and Olivia Korenberg


Seann William Scott filed to divorce Olivia Korenberg in February 2024 after four years of marriage.

The “American Pie” actor and Korenberg are seeking joint custody of their daughter Frankie, who was born in 2020.

The pair, who officially separated in October 2023, secretly tied the knot in September 2019.

Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires


Jason Isbell filed for divorce from Amanda Shires in December 2023, just two months shy of their 11th anniversary.

The news wasn’t made public until February 7.

The country musician listed their date of separation as Dec. 3, 2023, according to documents obtained by People.

He cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their separation.

The former couple and musical collaborators walked down the aisle in 2013 and have an 8-year-old daughter named Mercy.

Kaya Scadelario and Benjamin Walker


Kaya Scadelario and Benjamin Walker have separated after almost eight years of marriage.

A rep confirmed to People on Feb. 8: “Some time ago, Kaya and Ben made the joint decision to end their marriage but continue to co-parent lovingly whilst remaining the best of friends.

“They ask that their privacy as well as that of their children remain respected as they continue to move forward as a family.”

The couple shares two children.

Bobbi Althoff and Cory Althoff


Bobbi Althoff’s husband, Cory Althoff,filed for divorcefrom the podcaster in early February — months after she wasforced to shut down rumors she hooked up with Drake.

According to the dissolution of marriage, obtained by Page Six, Cory cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.

The pair, who live in Los Angeles, tied the knot in January 2020 and went on to welcome two daughters: Luca and Isla.

Cory asked for joint legal and physical custody of the kids.

Interestingly, the tech executive listed the date of separation as July 4, 2023 — the same month Drake was a guest on Bobbi’s“The Really Good Podcast.”

The following month, she denied that she and the rapper had a romantic fling that led to a falling out.

Charli D’Amelio and Landon Barker


Landon Barker announced in early February that he and Charli D’Amelio had broken up after more than a year of dating.

“Hey everyone, I would like to let you guys know that Charli and I are no longer together,” he wrote on his Instagram Story. “We broke up to focus on ourselves. We are still friends and have so much love for each other.”

The former couple, who began dating in June 2022, had adopted a dog together in the fall of 2023.

Lindsie Chrisley and Trent Weiser


Lindsie Chrisley and her boyfriend, Trent, parted ways after almost one year together. They reportedly met in February 2023 and went public with their relationship that June.

“Lindsie is taking time to process the events that unfolded and focusing on healing to be the best version of herself,” an insider told People on Jan. 24. “There was no cheating involved in the decision to split. An outside influence was a leading factor in the breakup.”

The source added that the “Southern Tea” podcast host has no plans to get back together with her ex-husband, Will Campbell.

Chrisley was married to Campbell — with whom she shares son Jackson — for nine years before finalizing their divorce in October 2021.

Sam Feher and Kory Keefer


“Summer House” star Sam Feher confirmed in January 2024 that shebroke upwith Kory Keefer after dating for a year-and-a-half.

The reality star revealed that she ended their relationship a few days before Christmas 2023 after processing his shenanigans on “Winter House.”

“I’m not even out here to talk s–t. I think he’s great. I didn’t break up with him because I don’t love him. I broke up with him because he doesn’t love me, and that’s that,” Fehersaid on a Jan. 16, episode of Amanda Hirsch’s “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast.

Saweetie and YG


Saweetie and YG ended their romance after seven months together.

A source close to the “Tap In” rapper and the “Big Bank” emcee confirmed their split to the Shade Room, telling the outlet that it was “a mutual decision” and they thought “they’d be better off as friends.”

Saweetie and YG first sparked dating rumors after they were spotted together at Coachella 2023. They then were seen packing on the PDA during a romantic vacation in Mexico last May.

Anderson .Paak and Jaylyn Chang


Anderson .Paak filed for divorce from his wife, Jaylyn Chang, after more than 13 years of marriage.

According to court documents obtained by People, the Silk Sonic musician asked for joint physical and legal custody of the couple’s sons, Soul Rasheed and Shine Tariq.

The “Leave the Door Open” singer also asked the court to terminate its ability to award spousal support to Chang.

Armie Hammer and Marina Gris


Armie Hammer and his fiancée, Marina Gris, broke up in January after secretly getting engaged.

“It’s with a reflective heart that I announce the end of my journey with Armie, a chapter that’s been deeply personal and warmly significant in my life and closed a month ago,” she began her Instagram statement.

“I speak only from my perspective and my experiences and am not responsible for any ofhis past, current and future relationships.”

The IT consultant said her relationship with the “Call Me by Your Name” star was one in which she fel “deeply appreciated, supported, loved and understood.”

Milli Vanilli’s Fabrice Morvan and Kim Marlowe


Kim Marlowe filed to divorce Milli Vanilli’s Fabrice Morvan in the Los Angeles County Superior Court on Jan. 8, according to court documents obtained by Page Six.

It’s unclear how long the pair had been married, and it seems that they did not have a romantic relationship for quite some time.

In October 2023, the R&B artist told People magazine that he was living in Amsterdam with his partner, Tessa van der Steen, and their four kids, who ranged between the ages of 2 and 10.

It seemed that Marlowe and Morvan had been separated for a long time but just never formally divorced.

AJ McLean and Rochelle McLean


Backstreet Boys member AJ McLean announced on New Year’s Day that he and his wife, Rochelle, were divorcing after 11 years of marriage.

The “Larger Than Life” crooner and Rochelle had been separated for more than a year prior to the divorce announcement, having previously expressed that they hoped to work on their marriage.

“Our focus now is moving forward in the healthiest possible way with friendship and coparenting our girls at the forefront of this next chapter,” the former couple’s statement read.

Sam Smith and Christian Cowan


Sam Smith and designer Christian Cowan broke up after a year of dating, the Daily Mail reported on Jan. 2.

The “Stay With Me” singer reportedly joined the celebrity dating app Raya in the aftermath of the split with hopes of finding a new romance.

Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo


Bryan Abasolo filed for divorce from former “Bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay on Tuesday, Jan. 2, after four years of marriage.

The chiropractor cited irreconcilable differences as the cause of the split.

“After more than 4 years of marriage, Rachel and I have made the difficult decision to part ways and start anew,” he wrote on social media.

“My parents have been married forever and I’m a family man, but sometimes loving yourself and your partner means you must let go.”

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