They were our favorite “Newlyweds,” but sadly they are no more. The singing duo Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey split up in 2006 after they were married for four years. Their reality show was super popular but unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to make their marriage last.
They’ve since each moved on — Jessica is currently married to former football player Eric Johnson and the pair have two children together, with a third on the way. The former 98-degrees lead singer, Nick Lachey, has been married to beauty queen and TV host Vanessa Minnillo since 2010 and they have three children together.
Pitch NOT Perfect
"Pitch Perfect" fans rejoiced when co-stars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin got hitched in 2016.
Unfortunately, fans were soon singing the blues when the pair announced their divorce a mere two and half years later.
Another Bad Boy for Brit
Pop Princess Britney Spears is infamous for having short marriages. Her very public and very rocky relationship with backup dancer Kevin Federline was all over the tabloids at the time.
We say brief because they were only married for two years. Britney filed for divorce and Kevin got $1 million, plus child support.
Ashley Holmes made occasional appearances on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" alongside her mother, Jacqueline Laurita. The former reality star turned podcast host had been married to Pete Malleo since 2018 but fans grew suspicious when he began disappearing from her Instagram posts.
Holmes finally addressed the rumors in the summer of 2020 explaining that, though she would not give details, the two were separated after two years. She further expressed some of the positive memories she had with Malleo but that the two were now focused on raising their son.
Mega celebs, Billy Bob Thornton and Angelina Jolie met while filming the 1999 drama, "Pushing Tin." The stars got married the following year. The actress even went so far as to get her new husband’s name tattooed on her shoulder and uhm... wore a vial of his blood around her neck.
Unfortunately, the marriage was short-lived, and they broke things off in 2003. Phew!