When Hollywood couples prove that love doesn’t care about the place you were born, your ethnic background, or the amount of melanin, it creates a ripple effect. That ripple is us publishing two articles about it and you asking for a third one. Obviously, we are happy to oblige and do our part.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes
This happy couple met filming “Place Beyond the Pines.” That was in 2011. Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling are not the types to share their private lives with everyone. They have daughters, but we’ve seen no pictures of them. Gosling doesn’t even use Instagram or any social media account. All in all, they've done a pretty impressive job of keeping their family out of the public eye.
When he does give an interview, though, he gushes over Eva. He said that he knows that he is with the person he is supposed to be with. The only criteria he is searching for is that “she’s Eva Mendes. There’s nothing else I’m looking for.”
Vincent Cassel and Tina Kunakey
Actor Vincent Cassel is married for the second time, but he is absolutely gaga over his bride. The “Black Swan” actor met his princess in Biarritz, France. His wife, Tina Kunakey, is a gorgeous French model. They married in 2018 in a coastal village in the south of France at the city hall in Bidart, France.
Announcing the wedding plans, Cassel told The New York Times that he was a 52-year-old man marrying a 21-year-old woman and that they were very much in love. It's a little uncomfortable for a lot of people, and with a 31 year age gap no one cares about race at this point, but the couple seems happy, so that's all that matters.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra is Nick Jonas’s forever love. He says that with Priyanka, he feels that magical connection you’ve got with somebody when it’s right. He says that the two of them feel very lucky. The couple's love was celebrated by two wedding ceremonies — a traditional Indian one and a conventional Western one. Both, as you can imagine, were star-studded affairs and the couple pulled out all the stops.
Celebrating their wedding anniversary, Jonas posted to Instagram, along with a bridal photo of the two at the altar. They tied the knot in 2018 and have since started a beautiful family of their own.
Bret Hart and Stephanie Washington
Canadian-American professonal wrestler Bret “The Hitman” Hart is hoping the third time's the charm when it comes to romance. Hart met Stephanie Washington at a party hosted by a mutual friend. There, the two hit it off, despite the fact that Stephanie is a full 27 years younger than him. Ultimately, that didn't stop them from walking down the aisle in 2010.
Bret and Stephanie have some time before they beat his first marriage with Julie Smadu, which lasted a full twenty years. Julie is the mother of Bret's four children. Bret is one of the greatest ever to enter the squared circle, and his marriage records are almost as legendary.
Cody and Brandi Rhodes
Brandi Rhodes is perhaps better known to wrestling fans as Eden Stiles. When this figure skater-turned-diva went in to interview Cody Rhodes, the son of legendary wrestler Dusty Rhodes, neither knew it would end up in marriage. Sparks flew instantly, and it didn't take long before the interview led to love, and in 2013 the two got married.
Rhodes is no longer in the WWE following a dispute about his new character, Stardust. Interestingly, the character did appear in a few WWE crossovers with "Scooby-Doo" and the "Jetsons." Still, there's nothing he can't handle when he has love, and the outrageously beautiful Brandi, by his side.
Kendra Shaw and Julius Randle
The L.A. Lakers baller has made some impressive moves on the court. At his young age, with a successful NBA career and now a wife, he seems to be ahead of the game. Randle married his longtime girlfriend, Kendra Shaw. Shaw is an entrepreneur and celebrity blogger, and of course, the woman of his dreams. The two were planning to get married, but before they got to the alter, Shaw gave birth to their first baby boy.
A year later, they managed to exchange vows in a beautiful California ceremony. While not many details were released, we do know that it was a star-studded event filled with All-Star players.
Julius Peppers and Claudia Sampedro
Former Green Bay Packer’s pass-rusher Julius Peppers snagged the sexy Cuban-born model and actress Claudia Sampedro in 2014. For years, the couple maintained a loving relationship without the bond of marriage. They already had one child together, plus a blended family, so there was no rush.
Sampedro starred in the reality program "WAGS Miami," a show about women in relationships with athletes. Before he hit the Packers’ roster, Peppers was ranked as one of the greatest players ever for the Carolina Panthers. Sampedro has launched her own clothing line and has built quite the career for herself despite her famous husband.
Zendaya and Tom Holland
The pair came to life during the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" film. Zendaya and Tom Holland play classmates in the Marvel film. When they attended the red carpet premiere of the film together, the height difference between them became more apparent. Zendaya actually stands two inches taller than Holland.
The two have been asked about their height difference, and Zendaya said she couldn't care less. Apparently, her mom is also taller than her dad. They had their fair share of barriers to break down; the biggest one was trying to hide their relationship from the media, which must have been stressful. Today, they are out in the open as an item and we love that for them.
Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble
Jenner met her boyfriend while attending a fashion designer's birthday party in 2014. However, the two aren’t exactly overly emotional about each other, especially not in public, and it would seem that Jenner doesn’t have any (immediate) intentions of putting a ring on Gamble’s finger.
But even without PDA and wedding rings, they’ve maintained a solid romance, which is pretty incredible when you take into consideration that she is 25 years older than him. It's no small feat joining the Kardashian-Jenner clan, especially as a late-comer, but despite a couple of hiccups, Gamble seems to have adjusted well to TV's craziest family.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck
Let's be honest; the past few years have given us situations that we could never have imagined happening. In 2022, we checked another thing off our “things we never thought would happen” checklist when the rise of Bennifer 2.0 emerged from the woodwork. After Ben split from Jennifer Garner, there was hearsay that he might reconnect with JLo. And, (J)Lo and behold, that's just what happened.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck famously dated in the early 2000s before calling it quits after allegations that Ben was unfaithful. Surprisingly, after almost two decades apart, the two rekindled their relationship, proving anything is truly possible!
Nicolas Cage and Riko Shibata
Nicolas Cage has long made the news when it comes to his personal relationships. The “National Treasure” actor has been married multiple times to everyone from famous actresses to waitresses. In 2021, Nicolas shocked the world once again when he and his fifth wife, Riko Shibata, got married in Las Vegas.
What was shocking, however, was that the two have 30 years between them! Nicolas was already a film star before his wife had even been born! The actor met his Japanese wife while he was filming in Japan, and sparks flew. Nicholas is actually a huge star in Japan, and we're sure this only endeared him more.
Britney Spears and Sam Asghari
Britney Spears’ personal relationships have often been so shocking that they’ve often managed to overshadow her career as a pop icon. From Justin Timberlake to quickie Las Vegas weddings, the princess of pop has made some rather interesting dating decisions.
Perhaps that’s why fans were so concerned when Britney revealed that she was dating Sam Asghari, a model and personal fitness trainer she met on the set of her music video for the single “Slumber Party.” Despite their decade-plus age difference and Britney’s poor track record when it comes to marriage, the two eventually tied the knot in 2022. Sadly, however, they announced a divorce a year later.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott
It’s hard to believe that Kylie Jenner is no longer just the shy teenager that appeared in the early seasons of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Like her siblings, the makeup mogul has made some questionable decisions when it comes to relationships.
In late 2018, she had tongues wagging when she began dating rapper Travis Scott. It wasn’t long into their relationship when the rapper was hit with allegations that he was unfaithful to the celebrity. Since then, they've divided fans with their on-and-off relationship status but seem to be making it work … for now! They welcomed their second child, a son, in 2022.
Ryan Miller and Noureen DeWulf
Actress Noureen DeWulf was well into her acting career by the time she met Ryan Miller, goaltender for the Anaheim Ducks. DeWulf, who was born in New York, is known for her roles in "Burning Love" and as the character of Lucy in "Anger Management," starring opposite Charlie Sheen. Of Indian heritage, she is also fluent in Urdu, Hindi, and Gujarati.
DeWulf and Miller married in Vancouver in 2011 and welcomed their first child, Bodhi Ryan Miller, in 2015. After many years together, the couple is still going strong, even through grueling health challenges. They prove that love and hard work can make any marriage successful.
Lauren Morelli and Samira Wiley
Lauren Morelli and Samira Wiley are two of the most influential women in television at the moment. According to an interview Wiley gave with BUST magazine, she fell in love with wife Lauren Morelli’s mind long before she even met her in person.
That’s because when she read the "Orange Is the New Black" script she wrote, which included Wiley’s breakthrough character, Poussey, she just knew she was something special. The women were married in Palm Springs in 2017. In 2021, the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, and are over the moon with their expanded family.
Camila Mendes and Charles Melton
These two "Riverdale" stars fell head over heels for each other on the set of the popular CW series and announced their official relationship in 2018. The relationship excited fans beyond measure, and naturally boosted the show's ratings (though, nothing comes close to Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse's relationship in that regard). Even though the couple split in 2019, fans have been rooting for them to reunite ever since.
Can you blame them? These two look perfect together! If the relationship ever makes a comeback, their home will be multilingual: Mendes, as a woman of Brazilian roots, speaks Portuguese, and Melton speaks Korean thanks to his own ancestry.
Sanjay Gupta and Rebecca Olson
We don't know a lot of famous neurosurgeons, but Gupta is one. He is also a writer and a medical reporter, frequently appearing as the chief medical correspondent on CNN. Being a neurosurgeon is impressive enough, but it's still pretty cool to be pals with Anderson Cooper. Like many others on this list, he was fortunate enough to meet his wife when the two were incredibly young.
They both grew up in Michigan and went to the same high school and the same University. Rebbeca is a self-employed lawyer. The two lovebirds tied the knot in 2004 in a Hindu wedding. They have three daughters together, named Sage Ayla, Soleil Asha, and Sky Anjali.
Bruce Willis and Emma Heming
You may remember that Bruce Willis's most infamous romantic relationship was his 12-year marriage to actress Demi Moore. The two stars had three daughters together before ending things in 2000. Nine years later, Willis said, “I do,” to his new wife, model Emma Heming. Emma was born in Malta, but spent much of her life between London and the States.
Willis is 22 years older than his current wife, but that shouldn’t come as a shocker since his former wife was 15 years younger than him, too. Still, the two are going strong and have built their own unique family.
Elise Tate and Golden Tate
Elise Tate is a degree holder in Marketing and Sales from the University of Washington. She is the director of business development at Harvey Nash and is killing it on the corporate ladder. When Mrs. Tate was in college, she participated in intramural activities like softball, tennis, golf, and soccer. =
Elise also has strong advocacies for pet adoption, as well as normalizing the use of sign language in the home - whether your kids are hearing-impaired or not. She married Golden Tate, Detroit Lions' NFL wide receiver, in 2017 on a private beach in Cabo San Lucas with 250 guests. Today, the two appear to have a stronger bond than ever before.
Elaine Alden and Landry Fields
The former Knicks player turned free agent played five seasons for the NBA. But after a bad injury in 2016, he was forced to retire and became a college basketball scout for the San Antonio Spurs. While his career took a hit, his love life certainly did not. In 2014 he met his would-be wife, model Elaine Alden. The two got engaged pretty early on in the relationship.
They were married by July of that year. They now have two sons, Jackson, who was born in 2013, and Kai, who was born in 2016. As a family, they identify as Christians and try to maintain those values.
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan locked eyes in one of the most random places you could ever imagine. They met in a college bathroom when they were both waiting in line for their turn. Priscilla was also studying at the Ivy League school, and the two brilliantly intelligent people stuck to each other from there on out.
It's no surprise that he would be attracted to Priscilla since she's not just beautiful but also insanely intelligent - she is also fluent in three languages! The two have gone on working together in a joint foundation, and so far, they're doing great.
Frederick Douglass and Helen Pitts
Frederick Douglass and Helen Pitts' love story takes us way back to the 1800s. The two were an unlikely pair back in the day since they both came from different backgrounds and looked very different from each other. Helen was a suffragist writer who worked in Douglass' office and that's how they met. It's hard to imagine just how diffucult it must have been to stick it out in a mixed relationship back in those days.
She even helped him publish his own autobiography - talk about true love! Douglass' family couldn't accept their love, but at least they found solace with their closest friends. They stuck together for at least 11 years until Douglass passed away.
Tyra Banks and Erik Asla
You go, Tyra! The stunning supermodel has been dating Norwegian hunk Erik Asla since 2012, but they have been so impressively secret about their relationship you probably don’t even recognize his name! Every couple should follow this model of secrecy because it brings forth higher chances of longevity to the relationship.
The couple met on the set of "Norway’s Next Top Model" and fell head-over-heels behind the camera. They now share a son together with the help of a surrogate! Outside of their child together, Asla also has three other daughters that live in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, the pair split in 2017.
George Takei and Brad Altman
You might remember George Takei from his role as Sulu in "Star Trek," where he moved from one place to another. Brad and George met at a gay club called the Frontrunners. George was awestruck by Brad's running skills, and later on, the two worked hard to train together.
The two make a great team, and George says the secret to their relationship is working together. George works hard at being a writer and actor, while his partner is generally a great manager. The two make for a great pair and have been together for decades! Whether they know it or not, their relationship is vital for paving the way forward in Hollywood.
Jujubee and Chris
If you've seen RuPaul's Drag Race, you can't forget Jujubee. Airline Inthyrath is his given name, but he prefers to go by his drag name. He's originally from Laos, Thailand, but grew up in Boston, where he met his partner Chris.
They were both seen sporting beautiful wedding rings in Paris back in 2013, when they got engaged. The two were engaged for 12 years, and Chris was even Jujubee's manager at one point, but the two decided to call the entire relationship off after multiple struggles and differences. While they were together, they turned heads for a number of reasons, but they never let those differences get between them.
Sara Gilbert and Linda Perry
Sara Gilbert and Linda Perry are both famous for their distinct careers that somehow mesh together quite well. They both had strong solo careers, and Portuguese-Brazilian singer Linda Perry was drawn to Sara Gilbert's acting in her hit show "The Talk."
Sara mentioned in an interview how they were both very different women, but somehow they were able to click because of some shared interests. They were together for five years until they decided to split ways and file for divorce. The divorce was only finalized two years after they decided to split, but they kept it amicable while helping their son adjust to the new dynamic.
Jordan Peele and Chelsea Peretti
Jordan Peele and Chelsea Peretti are Millenials at heart because they met online through social media. Peele was the first person to slide into her DMs, being a huge fan of Chelsea's when she was on the road to making her own web series.
The two got together three years later and try to maintain a low-key type of lifestyle. The producer and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star have a child together, and they're usually seen on the gram showing off their funny family moments. We have no doubt that the Peele household is constantly full of laughs, though given Jordan's wide range of interest in genres, maybe some suspense as well?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
The British-American power couple has been making waves for their radical exit from the Royal House. Prince Harry didn't want to live in the limelight of the Royal House, so he sought out the unconventional path and went for the love of his life. Their relationship sparked controversy for a number of reasons, one of them absolutely being race-centered.
Despite living a life of fame and having cameras in their face almost all the time, the two just want to live a normal life with their children. Prince Harry truly wants to live an average life which is why they had to make some drastic changes to be fully happy.
Omari and Jae Hardwick
Omari Hardwick, the actor from the hit show "Power" is well known for starring in hit movies and even collaborating with Spike Lee at one point. When Omari was working on the show, he said that his partner gave him a lot of strength to move forward with his life. The pair married in 2012, and it's been over two decades of marital bliss for these two.
The two eventually had children together. Jae also had a background in communications and entertainment and even worked in NBC's Primetime Entertainment Publicity Department. Even though their fans and people in the entertainment world were ambivalent about their relationship, they stuck by each other's side.
Joel Madden and Nicole Richie
You might remember Nicole Richie from the show "The Simple Life" with her then-best friend, Paris Hilton. What you might not also know is that her father's Mexican and she hails from a mixed background. Good Charlotte vocalist, Joel, met Nicole at one of his concerts back in 2010. The pair instantly clicked and married that same year.
Soon, they expanded their family and had children together. Recently, they've admitted that they've had their fair share of struggles and have been thinking about divorcing. They've mentioned in interviews that they aren't getting along as well as they used to - but so far, so good!
Matt Stone and Angela Howard
Angela Howard was an executive at Comedy Central when Matt Stone fell in love with her. The stunning couple met in 2001, married in 2008, and the two have been together ever since. They prefer to avoid publicity, but we do know they live in Venice Beach with their two children.
The five-time Emmy Award-winning actor has been creating “South Park” for almost a quarter-century. Stone also won three Tony Awards and a Grammy for “The Book of Mormon.” Stone and partner Trey Parker sealed a $900 million deal with Viacom in 2021 to make six more seasons of “South Park.”
Jodie Turner-Smith and Joshua Jackson
Jodie says Joshua Jackson loves that she is obsessed with him. She watches videos of the “Dawson’s Creek” actor whenever they are apart. However, while the two have had only love for one another, their blissful true love story has not escaped prejudice from others. Turner-Smith said she was actually shocked at the reactions of some people.
It came from within her own community. She noted that interracial dating or marriage is not something that is as accepted in America, and although that is extremely disappointing, she doesn't want to give the criticism too much energy. The horrific things that people were saying taught her to keep things to herself.
James Earl Jones and Cecilia Hart
James Earl Jones and Cecilia Hart first met each other while playing opposite roles in a 1979 TV series. But it was a 1982 Broadway production of “Othello” when Jones played Othello to her Desdemona, and that’s when they married. Their union was not met graciously by many, who felt the pair were not well-suited enough based on their skin tones.
The voice of Darth Vader and actor in so many roles faced prejudice for being black throughout his life. Much of it hit home. His grandmother, who raised him, was bigoted. Jones and actress Cecilia faced interracial prejudice too. They were married for 34 years until her parting at age 68.
Nikki Park and Wesley Snipes
Actor/producer Wesley Snipes, famous for “White Men Can’t Jump,” met Nakyung “Nikki” Park making the Marvel superhero horror movie “Blade.” They married in 2003 after three years of dating and have four children, two born before marriage. The pair have supported each other through thick and thin, even when Snipes had landed himself in some pretty hot water and, eventually, jail.
Nikki is a Korean artist. The painter hails from South Korea but has dual citizenship from Canada. Her father was a television series producer. The couple has done all they can to keep their family life private and especially keep their children out of the public eye.
Dwayne Johnson and Lauren Hashian
According to the Rock, it’s the greatest. Lauren Hashian and Dwayne Johnson met on the film set of “The Game Plan” in 2006. The "Fast and Furious" star is known to gush over his wife, especially on social media. Can you blame him? Lauren is decidedly gorgeous and, according to all sources, a strong figure all round.
Lauren is a singer-songwriter and music producer. Most recently, they have been working on “Young Rock,” an NBC series about his early life. They married at a beautiful Hawaiian wedding on August 18, 2019. The couple has since welcomed three daughters - so it looks like The Rock as his work cut out for him.
Jameela Jamil and James Blake
It's not clear entirely how they met, but by the time Jameela's birthday came around in 2015, rumors were already flying. Jameela and James dated for five years before the wedding engagement was announced. Quietly, they were together. Model Jameela told the British press that the pair moved in with each other almost as soon as they had kissed. Talk about a whirlwind romance!
Jameela was planning on buying a place while she lived with James, but it turned into a living situation. James, a singer-songwriter out of London, is sure to run to her side whenever social media rears its ugly head. Still, Jameela can handle herself, and she has proven that fact time and time again.
Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves
Alright, alright, alright! (We couldn't help ourselves). We’ve known Matthew McConaughey as a rom-com heartthrob for years now, so it might come as a surprise that he’s on the cover of “AARP The Magazine.” Today, McConaughey is happily married with children. His wife is the gorgeous Brazilian model, Camila Alves, and the pair have been an item since 2006.
Not surprisingly, the Oscar-winning actor’s wife Camila backed him 100 percent when he announced his plan to leave romance comedies behind. It took declining a $14.5 million contract. But the pair is happy to move on to other film roles like “Dallas Buyers Club.”
NBA Icon Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto
When the “Air” Jordan documentary “The Last Dance” came out, so have details about the basketball star's hush-hush marriage. Not because it is depicted in the film, but because it was missing. They didn’t date until his Chicago Bulls days were over.
Now we recall Cuban model Yvette Prieto met the basketball great at a nightclub in 2007. After moving into Jordan’s Miami home, the engagement was announced in 2011. They flew under the radar, but that did not mean they skimped on the wedding. It was a $10 million bash with 300-plus guests and musical entertainment by Robin Thicke.
Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson
Khloé Kardashian and NBA star Tristan Thompson found each other in 2016. Let's just say that it hasn't been smooth sailing. Being traded from team to team put a strain on their relationship. Luckily, he signed with the Sacramento Kings. This helped assuage Khloé’s worries. She wants the family on the same coast because she wants the best for her gorgeous daughter True, who was born in 2018.
Unfortunately, Tristan is not true. Plagued with being unfaithful and having a baby with another woman, it has strained their relationship significantly. Khloé hopes that they can co-parent together, but she’s losing hope in him.
Justin Chambers and Keisha Chambers
In January 2020, Justin Chambers made the tough decision to leave the show that made him famous. Dr. Alex Karev was one of the show's most popular characters. He won the Best Actor People’s Choice Award in 2017. Now, he is ready to broaden his acting career. One thing that is not set to change, however, is his rock-solid relationship with his wife of over 20 years.
Justin and Keisha were both models when they met. He was working on a Calvin Klein advertising campaign, and she was working at a modeling agency. The couple has five children together, including a set of twins. Their family also includes two rescue dogs.
Sidney Portier and Joanna Shimkus
Sidney Portier has the special acclaim of being the first black person to win a Best Actor Oscar. He won the award in 1964 for “Lilies of the Field.” His philosophy was to present an image black people would be proud of. He said he did it for his kids since so few positive images of blacks in films existed at the time.
Joanna and Sidney met in 1969, but it was one of her last roles. After she married Portier, she decided not to pursue acting. Her last film was in 1972, so it was a surprise when she returned to television in 2018.
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song
It was fate when Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song met on the set of “Changeland” in 2019. The two clicked over their Hollywood experiences. We have to say, this is one Hollywood crossover that took a lot of people by surprise. Brenda Song hadn't been a household name in about a decade, and Macaulay Caulkin was the subject of much controversy.
Macaulay is, of course, the “Home Alone” star. He’s the quintessential child actor, immortalized as that kid Kevin. Song starred in many Disney Channel hits, like “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.” Flash forward to 2021, and the two are still going strong with one child, born in April 2021.
Josh Holloway and Yessica Kumala
Yessica, a Chinese girl who was born in Indonesia, was working at the nightclub when she met Josh Holloway. They exchanged numbers and kept in contact for five years before marrying. They share one of the most successful Hollywood relationships and two children.
The pair wedded in Hawaii in 2004. About that time, Josh was just wrapping up the shoot of the pilot for “Lost.” When they met, he was doing modeling work and taking small roles. Yessica was by his side all the way to the top as “Lost” found him international fame. The pair constantly post photos of their beautiful family online.
Ice-T and Coco Austin
At first, it’s jarring. Here’s one of L.A.’s oldest gangster rappers starring on a reality TV called “Ice Loves Coco,” but it’s all real. Ice-T says they make their marriage work by communicating well and staying on the same team. Breaking up was never part of the plan, so they don’t fight or raise their voices. They demonstrate how to resolve conflict in a “functional” way, rather than the oh-so-common reality TV dysfunction.
They met at a music videotaping. Ice-T asked Coco if she’d date a gangster rapper. They married in 2005 and literally have not left each other’s side since.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon
A love story between an actor and a writer, in our opinion, is as good as it can get. These two have had their share of the not-so-pretty side of life, but as always, love wins it all. Kumail and Emily are known for their shared movie "The Big Sick," based on their real-life romance, and in 2017 it was chosen as one of the best movies of that year.
In the movie, Kumail played himself, and in our eyes, if they managed to go through that, they will probably be able to go through anything in life. It's not easy living together and working together, we say!
Dr. Dre and Nicole Threatt Young
Gangster rapper Dr. Dre, an L.A. original, was a founding member of N.W.A. He went solo and nabbed six Grammy Awards. He produced famous acts like Eminem and 50 Cent. One of his greatest achievements, however, was his powerful relationship with Nicole which lasted two decades.
Nicole and Dr. Dre met in the 1990s. He wooed her to his side with a love letter. Yet, after 25 years of marriage, they ended up in a messy divorce. A rancorous settlement of a whopping $100 million only came, finally, two days after the rapper suffered from a medical condition. The two aren't on the best of terms, but they did make a big impression on Hollywood for the duration of their marriage.
Eve and Maximillion Cooper
When Eve married a white guy, it was not received well - at all. People lashed out at her on social media posting the “worst crazy messages” that were so terrible she couldn’t believe it. It was an unfortunate reminder that even though society has come so far, there will always be people who are bigoted. This is particularly true for celebs where people can send them anonymous hate mail and know that they'll never come face-to-face with the stars.
The animosity has leveled off. Millionaire businessman Maximillion Cooper and Eve married in 2014. The two are blissfully married and are working on expanding their family. Before she left “The Talk” she spoke openly about their struggles to conceive.
Paul Wall and Crystal Wall
Paul Wall, a rapper, songwriter, D.J., and actor from Houston, began dating Crystal when they were both 21, although the lovebirds met in high school. They dated for several years, and now they have a strong marriage and two children. They attribute a mutual love of music as the thing that makes their relationship great.
Crystal is a fitness instructor and also a country music singer. Paul has talked about feeling tensions because his wife is black. Living in Texas, prejudice is expected, but he says he experiences even more dirty looks and snide comments traveling to the east coast.
Derek Luke and Sophia Adella
"Empire" star Derek Luke stands behind his woman. In response to naysayers, Luke says Sophia may not be black, but “She’s mine, and she’s mine with a heart of gold,” he wrote on his Instagram page. It can be tough for celebs who put themselves in the public eye but want to keep some aspects of their lives private. Everyone feels they should have a say in the stars' lives and choices.
The couple has been married for many happy years. Luke also expressed some frustration. He asked his followers why it is, in 2015, that it’s a problem to date people of other colors.
Reggie Bush and Lilit Avagyan
Lilit took Reggie Bush’s last name when they tied the knot at a lavish wedding in Bush’s hometown in San Diego. The celebration hit a high when the “Dancing with the Stars” bride performed a beautiful dance number, just for her new hubby. We're sure even the haters couldn't have been mad after that.
The two met in 2011 and waited until the birth of their first baby to marry. Bush said Lilit, who has Armenian background, is a great mom with a “calming spirit.” He also said he is really enjoying family time after formerly committing his life to football.
Wolfgang Puck and Gelila Assefa
World-famous celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck served a delicious A-lister affair to celebrate his marriage to Gelila Assefa, an Ethiopian-born fashion designer. They went all out with a three-day affair on the Italian island of Capris. Gourmet specialties, naturally, treated 250 esteemed guests.
A documentary film about his life and fame shed some light on their marriage. Wolfgang Puck shared his love for Gelila Assefa, saying she has made him a better man and happy in ways he says he never knew was possible. Say what you want about their age gap - but that sounds like true love to us.
Chris Noth and Tara Lynn Wilson
“Sex and the City” star Chris Noth was working at his bar when he met Tara Lynn, one of the bartenders. They began dating in 2004 and had their first child in 2008. Aside from bartending, Tara is an actress herself, as well as a playwright. She even has a teen beauty pageant title under her belt.
The pair exchanged vows in 2012. It’s a happy marriage, but it hasn’t been free of haters. Noth talked about receiving angry letters telling him he is not welcome in their state with his wife. Noth came under fire for some intense accusations in 2022, but his wife as stood by his side through it all.
Michael Ealy and Khatira Rafiqzada
Khatira Rafiqzada was born in Kabul, Afghanistan. She had a brief acting career, preferring a quiet lifestyle and being a stay-at-home mom. They have tried to keep their lives private, especially for their children. But Michael is a doting father and loves sharing about it on Instagram and Twitter.
Michael and Khatira began dating in 2008. The “Think Like a Man” star tied the knot with her after four years of dating. The super-secret ceremony happened in L.A. in 2012. More than a decade on, and the pair is as in love as ever. Like many Hollywood couples, the Ealys keep a pretty low profile, but every time they show up at an event together, you can see how perfect they are together.
Brian Musso and Heather Headley
Brian Musson is an investment banker these days after a short run with the New York Jets. His wife, Heather Headley, brings home the bacon and is a loving mother of their two sons. The pair met in college where she was a musical theater major at Northwestern University, and he played ball.
The actress and Grammy-winning gospel singer appeared in “Chicago Med,” “Sweet Magnolias,” and Spike Lee’s “She’s Gotta Have It” reboot. Headley was born in Trinidad, but at age 15 moved with her family to Indiana. And it's safe to say that it's all been uphill from there.
Karyn Parsons-Rockwell and Alexandre Rockwell
“The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star Karyn Parsons-Rockwell and Alexandre Rockwell found each other on the set of the 2002 film “13 Moons,” and they married the following year. Alexandre is a director/producer best known for “The Soup.” The two have proven to be a powerouse creative couple.
Karyn played teenager Hilary Banks on “The Fresh Prince” but has since become a writer. The couple returned to film in 2020 with “Sweet Thing.” Karyn and their two kids starred. It won the Crystal Bear award at the Berlin International Film Festival. It sounds like those talent genes have successfully been passed on to the next generation.
Leslie Uggams and Grahame Pratt
This couple sorted through their share of hate mail, but they definitely came out on top. They met in Sydney, Australia, when they were barely in their 20s. Leslie was concerned about the difficulties they would face as a mixed couple stateside. And she knew Grahame Pratt would not understand race in America in the 1960s.
Leslie Uggams made a splash winning an Emmy and a Golden Globe in the iconic 70s TV miniseries “Roots.” She has a Tony award for “Hallelujah, Baby!” Most recently, she’s in “Deadpool” and “Empire.” They married in 1965 and settled down in N.Y.C. These days, it’s easier.
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz were brave, indeed. It was taboo in the 40s for a white woman to marry a Latino man from Cuba. They pitched shows as a comedy duo, but doors closed on them. Finally, they opened their own studio, and “I Love Lucy” became one of the most iconic sitcoms on television. Desilu Productions was incredibly successful. It took on “Star Trek,” for example.
Unfortunately, Desi was unfaithful to his wife. She turned her head, resenting it, and he acted as if it was his right, refusing to stop. They were married for 20 years until the 1960 divorce.
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Jessie Walmisley
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Jessie Walmisley married at the cusp of the 20th century. He was a celebrated composer from Britain, and she was a pianist. They met in college, where Jessie was six years older than Samuel, and married in 1899. As you might imagine, Jessie’s parents were adamantly opposed to the union.
However, they came around to the idea and on the day of the wedding, Jessie’s parents welcomed Samuel into their home with a handshake. The couple, unsurprisingly, faced intense racial issues. Sadly, Coleridge-Taylor passed away at the age of 37 due to exhaustion and other medical conditions.
Barack Obama, Sr. and Ann Dunham
You may not be familiar with this pair who met in a Russian language class at university in 1960. However, you’ll know their son. When Ann Dunham became pregnant, Barack Obama, Sr. married her the following year. From an unlikely and, ultimately, unstable union came one of the most revered leaders of the modern age.
Baby Barack Obama II was born on August 4, 1961. Dunham was 18, and Obama Sr. was 24. Sr. was required to procure permission to marry a second wife. His first wife stayed in Kenya, pregnant with his first child, while he went off to study at the University of Hawaii. President Barack Obama saw his father once, at age 10.
Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz
Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz first met when they were teenagers, but they only really connected for the first time in 2008, where theycollaborated on a music project. Since then, the couple was inseparable although kept their relationship very private. They married in 2010, and the doting parents have two sons. They also share their mutual first love, music. Both got into music when they were younger teens.
Keys has attributed their marital success to constantly making time for one another, as well as ensuring they spend time together as a family. She says that could mean going to dinner together, or just hanging out at home - regardless, they ensure that they always remember that they are one big, beautiful family.
Jerramy Stevens and Hope Solo
Soccer star Hope Solo gained major acclaim for her combination of exceptional athleticism on the field and flexibility within different soccer leagues. She even went to the FIFA Women’s World Cup and Olympic games for multiple years. It makes sense that such an esteemed athlete would be best suited with another athlete.
In 2012 she married NFL tight end, Jerramy Stevens. Despite them both being athletes, Solo is probably the better recognized of the two. Before their marriage, Stevens was suspected of some controversial acts against Solo, but the marriage went through, and the pair have been together ever since.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono
They are one of the most iconic and artistic couples who ever lived. The pair lasted for a strong 11 years until the untimely and unfortunate assassination of John Lennon. The two bumped into each other in an art gallery in mid-60s London, and the rest was, literally ground-breaking history.
Ever since then, the pair were inseparable and even had two-week bed-in protests for peace. They were purveyors of love, and they both had a huge influence on the hippie movement. Their relationship was undoubtedly controversial, but no one can deny that it made waves and inspired people for years after.
Sammy Davis Jr. and May-Britt
Famous singer Sammy Davis Jr. was well known for his voice, but he also played the violin, the trumpet, and even the drums! He married Swedish actress May Britt and raised a lot of eyebrows during their time together. Even though Davis had the public's attention for his marriage with Britt, they still pursued the romance.
Despite getting threats and even capturing John F. Kennedy's attention in a negative way, he still didn't mind. At the time, the pair were under immense international pressure to not be together, simply because it wasn't something society wanted to see. They loved each other for a solid eight years until the two decided to split ways.
David Bowie and Iman
Many people know David Bowie for his spellbinding contemporary pop music. With classic hits like "Let's Dance" and "Space Oddity," who could forget the spandex-wearing sensation? Bowie married Iman, and they were happily married for 24 years.
The two met at a dinner party, and Bowie claims that he was drawn to her almost instantly. The two lived their lives together happily with their kids until Bowie passed away due to liver failure in 2016. Since his untimely passing, Iman always wears a necklace with her late husband's name on it, to prove that even though he may be gone, he will never be forgotten or replaced.
Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter
Richard Loving And Mildred Jeter's Love was so special when it lasted in the 1950s due to the controversy that arose because they were a mixed couple. The union was illegal by all means, and the state of Virginia didn't allow their marriage until 1967. Their love story was so unique that musicians even wrote songs about them and their romance appeared in several movies.
The two met thanks to family friends, and they became a part of each other's lives at an early age. Little did they know that they would be jailed for their love - how crazy!
Pearl Bailey and Louie Bellson
Singer Pearl Bailey and drum maestro Louie Bellson were a match made in heaven back in the 50s. Their love was controversial because they were mixed, and during their time, people looked down on interracial couples. Still, the pair didn't care. They loved each other and knew that they were meant to be together. In their minds, they would just have to stick it out until society came to.
And that's just what they did. The couple moved on to adopt a son and were happily married for 28 years before Pearl passed away. The two both loved music, and the spark was almost instant for both of them.
Jack Johnson and Irene Pineau
Jack Johnson was the first black man to ever win the title of heavyweight champion in the early 1900s. He was unbeatable, unstoppable, and in four years, no one had ever knocked him down. Irene admired his courage and passion for boxing, and the two got together after Jack's first two marriages died down.
The pair met at a race track in Illinois, and the following year, Irene divorced her husband and began dating Johnson. Irene loved Jack until the very end when he got into a car accident. The two were bonded for life, and the spark remained even after he passed.
Betty and Barney Hill
This duo is a strange one because of its backstory. And we're not talking about their love life; it's even weirder than that. They claimed one day that they were driving but don't fully remember the order of events. Their watches stopped, and they saw two gray creatures emerge from a floating metal disc. The two had come out of this world experiences that bonded them together.
Later on, further investigation was conducted to find out the source of the so-called aliens, but no concrete evidence was drawn. They were famous in the 60s for their wacky story and different colored skin.
Alfre Woodard and Roderick Spencer
The love affair of Alfre Woodard And Roderick Spencer wasn't initially accepted by the public, and there was drama pouring down on them from all sides. Even in the 80s, interracial marriages were still not accepted, but they dated for a few years before eloping in 1983.
Alfre is a reputable actress and she has many awards for her superb acting. Rodrick is currently a writer, so it's no surprise that the two hit it off so well. With a shared background in acting and writing, Alfre and Roderick were made for each other. Over four decades later, the couple is still going strong, and they can live in relative peace knowing that society has come a long way from when they began dating.
Josephine Baker and Jean Lion
Josephine Baker and Jean Lion sound like a pair from a romance movie. The two lived a life similar to a movie, and they had starkly different careers in life. Jean Lion was of French descent and heir to a wealthy fortune. His partner Josephine later became a French citizen and naturalized into a citizen after marrying Jean.
Josephine was a dancer born in Missouri, USA. She loved animals, including cheetahs, and even worked as a spy at some point. She even spoke five languages. A whole movie could be made about this woman's life. The two were a strange pair and only lasted for three years.
President Seretse Khama and Lady Ruth Williams
President Seretse Khama and his Lady Ruth Williams had one of the most iconic romances that were also incredibly controversial in the twentieth century. It was so well known that it even became a movie called "The United Kingdom." The African prince and his Western partner were not loved by the media, and they had to grow their relationship slowly and steadily.
She received backlash in the streets of London when walking with her partner, and people boo-ed their relationship. Despite this, the two got married and remained in love until Seretse passed away in 1980. They showed millions of people what true love can do.
Bill de Blasio and Chirlane McCray
Chirlane McCray told the public in an interview in the 70s that she was identified as being gay until she met McCray and her mind changed. She met the love of her life, who was also an aide to the deputy mayor of New York while she was a budding writer.
McCray loved a strong woman, and Chirlane was a determined feminist who spoke her mind. They went together like peas in a pod. Over 20 years later, the pair have built a beautiful family, and the have stood by each other's side through thick and thin. They are arguably one of the strongest couples in politics at the moment.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen both grew up in the entertainment industry and were well sought after for their many talents. John Legend's buttery voice makes all the girls' hearts melt, while Chrissy exudes confidence in everything that she does.
Despite the negative comments they got from people for dating because of their mixed race since Chrissy is part Asian while John is black, they continued their relationship and even had children! Aside from gracing our TV screens, Chrissy now makes fun videos on Youtube of her cooking shows with her beautiful family. John continues to do what he does best and croon.
Joseph Philippe Lemercier Laroche and Juliette Lafargue
When you think back to the movie Titanic, the ending is a tragic one. Unfortunately, Joseph Philippe Lemercier Laroche and Juliette Lafargue were aboard the Titanic after they decided to flee from France in the early 1900s. They vacated France since the country wasn't accepting of their relationship and decided to visit Joseph's family in Haiti, where they would be more accepted.
We all know how the story ends with the Titanic, and luckily Juliette was able to make it out with their kids. Joseph, on the other hand, wasn't so lucky, but their journey for freedom will always be remembered.
Tina Turner and Erwin Bach
Tina Turner was an icon for voice and the films she starred in. It comes as no surprise that she would end up with German producer Erwin Bach. They dated for only a few months until they decided to tie the knot since their chemistry was spot on. Bach was sent by his record agency to fetch Turner from the airport, and the pair hit it iff immediately.
Tina emerged from a difficult previous relationship where she got out of it with mental scars and all. She was much happier with her last husband, and after they married, and moved to Switzerland until her last days in 2023.
Kim Basinger and Prince
Prince started out as a singer in his hometown of Minneapolis, where he was famous for his unique voice. He was a strange man with many interests. Little do people know he struggled as a child with his seizures. He grew up to be an incredible musician, and it shows in his roots.
Kim Basinger was drawn by him so much so that they moved in together in his hometown. This didn't please her family, who showed up at the couple's home in Minneapolis to bring Kim home. Even though their love didn't last, they mentioned that they were both very civil about the breakup.
Paula Abdul and Arsenio Hall
American Idol judge Paula Abdul dated Arsenio Hall, who had his very own show. The two lived lives immersed in the entertainment industry, and they even met on the set of a movie. "Coming to America" was a classic Eddie Murphy comedy, and the two met there and were immediately inseparable.
Even though the pair didn't last, Arsenio mentions how he only has fond memories of Paula. They ended things on a good note and remained friends, so much so that he even had her on his show post-break-up. To the best of our knowledge, their relationship didn't ruffle anyone's feathers, which is an encouraging first on our list.
Donna Summer and Bruce Sudano
Sudano grew up in a family surrounded by artists and bands, and he wrote music for some of the biggest names in the industry. Donna and Sudano were a perfect fit since they both loved music and even co-wrote songs together. Collaborating with his wife was one of the best times of Sudano's life, and the two had a grand time touring.
Eventually, they wanted to settle down, and they had two beautiful children together. Sudano ended up managing his wife Donna, and the two were together happily married until Summer's untimely death in 2012.
Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian
Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian are two completely different individuals. They met purely by chance while they were both having breakfast in Rome in the same hotel. He even had to lie to get her attention by saying his table had a rat so he could sit closer to her.
The two had a blooming relationship even though Alexis was a part of the social media world, owning Reddit while his wife was a tennis superstar. The two had a beautiful bouncing baby girl, and even though they work very hard, they manage to spend quality time together. For these two, family comes first.
Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs
After an unstable relationship with ex-girlfriend and co-star Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson found love in a beautiful British singer who goes by the name of FKA Twigs. Since getting engaged in 2015, the two have been in the press with talks of FKA being pregnant with their baby. FKA has been making waves for years with her look that is not so conventional.
Still, Robert loved her for who she was. After postponing and delaying their wedding over and over again, we have understood that these love birds are no longer together. We must admit, they surely made a beautiful couple, don't you think?
Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg
While some couples might think that quality time is the epitome of a relationship, Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg admit that spending time apart is what makes a relationship work. Jamie was instantly drawn to Bryan, and she found him adorable. They met at a house party and hit it off quite well.
Afterward, they separated and only met in New York after a while but then went their own separate ways once more. They stopped talking for a year until they finally met again and rekindled their love. Now they're finally married and couldn't be more pleased with life.
Ellen Pompeo and Chris Ivery
If you've seen "Grey's Anatomy," then you simply can't forget Ellen Pompeo's character. She's been on the down-low with her relationship with her husband, Chris Ivery, whom she married in 2007. The two met at an unlikely place: a grocery store in LA!
They enjoy spending quality time hanging out at home, and Ellen's secret for maintaining a happy marriage is to focus on each other's strong points instead of their weak points. She mentions how she loves Chris and doesn't ever try to change him. That's some invaluable advice right there folks, accept your partner for who they are!
George and Amal Clooney
George and Amal Clooney met through the help of a shared friend. The two are quite different; George is a famous actor, while Amal works with International law and human rights. She even worked for the minister of Ukraine! It was presumed that no one would be able to get the silver fox to finally settle down - but Amal has dealt with harder challenges.
The two started out as friends, but they eventually got married when Amal and George fell more and more in love. The two had beautiful twins, and currently, they feel like their spark is going strong. We hope this gorgeous couple lasts for a very long time.
Piers Williams and America Ferrera
You might remember America Ferrera from her cute and geeky role in "Ugly Betty." In real life, America met her partner Ryan when he invited her for a casting for a film he was in - but this was back in the days of college when they were both students. They instantly clicked and became good friends before they eloped.
They both share a love for storytelling, movies, and writing which makes for a perfect match! In the beginning, America admitted to having doubts about the relationship because it was moving too fast, but now they're happily married with a growing family.
Maya Rudolph and Paul Thomas Anderson
While Maya Rudolph and Paul Thomas have been together for ages, they actually are not married, even though they've been dating since 2001. Four kids on, there is no stopping these two, and they don't need a document telling them anything. Their love for and committment to one another is enough for them.
The two met on the set of the movie "Punch Drunk Love" and have been together for many happy years. The couple is notoriously private, and hardly ever talk publically about each other or their relationship - and good luck hearing anything about their kids. Whatever setup they may have in their relationship, it seems to be working!
George Lucas and Mellody Hobson
Thank the heavens for George Walton Lucas because, without him, the "Star Wars" movie franchise wouldn't exist! This genius director married the businesswoman, Mellody Hobson. She was one of the first African-American women to spearhead the Economic Club of Chicago. Both of them were creating waves in the world of business and film, and they both have an inner drive for what they love doing.
They both met at a business conference back in 2006, and George popped the big question later on after seven years together. This isn’t George’s first marriage since he was previously married with three adopted kids.
Jessica Alba and Cash Warren
Jessica Alba and Cash Warren have both lived paparazzi-centered lives. The two met in the filming of "Fantastic Four," where Jessica was smack in the center of filming while Cash was in the backend area working as a prod assistant. In 2008, they tied the knot and told the press how the relationship was very serious.
The two aren't shy about being themselves, and they love public displays of affection. Jessica mentioned that it helps show how healthy their intimate moments are. They live to give and take kind of relationship, which makes for a successful marriage. We can't fault you there, Mrs Warren.
Wanda Sykes and Alex Sykes
Wanda Sykes is famous for her many comedic roles in shows, and she even wrote for "The Chris Rock Show" back in the 90s. She met her partner in New York on a ferry trip to a resort called Fire Island. It's a strange encounter, but Wanda met Alex when she was talking to a kid, and she immediately felt an attraction to her.
Wanda wasn't always open with her sexuality and only came out of the closet after her marriage to her French lover. Being in such a stable and committed relationship that Wanda knew would go the difference finally gave her the courage to tell the world exactly who she was.
Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova
Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova are from completely different countries, with Enrique hailing from Spain, and Anna, who's a professional tennis player, from Russia. In 2001, she starred as his partner in his music video "Escape," and the two started dating after the filming. They've been together since 2001 and have a beautiful family.
Enrique claims that being a parent isn't easy, and they've gotten backlash from the media for not being married. The couple are intent of keeping their relationship out of the public eye as much as possible, and who can blame them? Either way, the two are as happy as clams even though they've not said their vows.
Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa
Jason Momoa has been deeply in love with Lisa ever since he laid eyes on her in "The Cosby Show." The couple started dating in 2005, despite their 12-year age gap. Lisa was previously married to her rocker ex-husband, Lenny Kravitz, and had one child, Zoe Kravitz. Lisa already had quite a famous family, so when she started dating Jason, heads immediately turned.
To the dismay of millions, the pair decided to go their separate ways in 2022. The two are still on good terms despite the breakup. Lisa mentions how Jason is the ultimate sweetheart despite his intense role as warlord Khal Drogo in "Game of Thrones."
Salma Hayek Pinault and Francois Henri Pinault
François-Henri Pinault is a French billionaire who married his actress partner, Salma Hayek. Salma received a lot of backlash from haters since they didn't think they were a good match. They like to maintain their private life despite how exposed their lives are on social media.
The pair opted for two weddings: one rather intimate one with friends and family. While the other one was a lavish and star-studded night in Italy. Given that that was all the way back in 2009, it's safe to say that the couple did not pay any attention to the backlash they received, and they are clearly better off for it.
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos met on the set of "All My Children," a soap opera about several families, their history together, and their connections with one another. The love birds were partners both in the show, and later on, they developed their love off-screen. The blooming couple has had three children together, and Kelly has shared her secret with the public for keeping their relationship alive.
Patience, perseverance, and compromise are the three keys to a successful marriage, she concludes. They both have mutual love and respect for each other, which helps improve their relationship every day. Working together can't be easy for any couple, but by implementing these values, the pair makes it work.
Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower
Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower's relationship is the definition of taking it slow. The two started their relationship in the 80s in a London nightclub, but they didn't even start dating then. It took them ten years to begin seeing each other and finally get married. Both of them are phenomenal actors who lived their lives constantly in front of a camera.
Their relationship encountered several bumps, with the first one being in 1999 when they almost went their separate ways. After almost 21 years of marriage, they decided it was best to separate for good. Still, they remian on good terms.
Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso
Some high-class celebrities like to stick within their circles when it comes to marriage and love affairs, but Matt Damon is different. He wanted to go for someone outside of his clique, and that was the day that Luciana Barroso fell into his life.
While he was in South Beach and shooting for his film "Stuck on You," his friends dragged him outside for a few drinks to loosen up. Little did he know that he would find his wife bartending at the bar they were in! Now that's a story to tell the kids, because what are the chances?
Woody Harrelson and Laura Louie
When Woody Harrelson was in his younger years, he never thought that he would settle down. He had a playboy background and didn't believe in monogamy until the right woman crossed his path. Loving Laura Louie made him realize that sticking to one lady is better than dating multiple women.
The two met when Laura was his assistant for three years, and then they started dating for ten years. They, later on, developed their family and now live a happy and simple life. Woody says that he doesn't need much in life except a good home and his loving family.
Michael Caine and Shakira Baksh
Michael Caine starred in 100 movies and even wrote a few memoirs on his life. His wife came from different background since she came from a life of hardship. Despite her struggles, she attended beauty pageants where she won the title of "Miss Guyana."
Her beauty led her to work in commercials, and this is how Michael found her. He came across a Maxwell commercial where he saw the love of his life and decided then and there that he would find her. He flew to Brazil and said it took his love two hours to fall in love with him.
Eddie Murphy and Paige Butcher
Eddie Murphy and Paige Butcher have been on and off again in their relationship for several years until they decided to become serious. The two met when they were working on "Big Momma's House 2," and the attraction was instant, but they did not push through right away with the relationship, and they only got together six years later.
Murphy wasn't so lucky in love and was divorced several times and had eight kids prior to dating Paige. Now the two live a happy and private life since Paige deleted most of her social media accounts to live a more normal life.
Tamera Mowry-Housley and Adam Housley
Many interracial relationships have their fair share of struggles, especially when both partners have starkly different cultural backgrounds. Adam was the first person to initiate the relationship when he saw a picture of Tamera in his professor's classroom. Tamera was his professor's favorite student, and he knew he couldn't pass up the opportunity of meeting her.
He invited her out to PF Chang's, and the rest of their relationship went uphill from there. Tamera was initially worried about the criticism since she is a person of color and he was white, but her family fully embraced Adam. The two have been happily married since 2011.
Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego
Perego grew up in Italy and was a former soccer player before he moved to the United States. In the US, he started developing himself as an artist, and later on, he met actress Zoe Saldana after one of her photo shoots. Marco was climbing up the ladder of work, becoming increasingly more recognized by art institutes such as the Royal Arts Academy in London.
His success eventually led him to meet his future wife. The two had a very private wedding setting in London and later on, had three beautiful boys. They're currently raising their sons in a gender-neutral household - way to go for them!
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
When Kim K and Kanye got together, the world thought the pair wasn't actually a thing, and that it was just for publicity's sake. Kim is mixed and is part Armenian, but she grew up in the United States.
They've proved people wrong and showed the world that they truly loved each other from the early 2000s until 2021. The two have constantly been around the entertainment industry being two hard-working celebrities, and they've both managed to maintain their careers while raising their family. Unfortunately, the relationship was not meant to last, and the two finalized their divorce in 2022.