Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato met on the set of “Camp Rock” in 2010 and hit it off instantly. They even went on tour together! Things were going swimmingly until they suddenly announced they were just friends. Apparently, Jonas was the one to call it off. While they’re no longer together, they’ve remained friends.
In 2016, a mutual friend brought Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas together and they hit it off instantly. In fact, Jonas popped the question after only a year of dating! Their surprise Las Vegas ceremony after the 2019 Billboard Music Awards was streamed on Instagram live, with watching fans beside themselves with excitement. In July 2020, they welcomed their daughter, Willa, into the world.
Drew Barrymore: David Arquette & Christian Bale
Drew Barrymore and David Arquette first met when she was 16 and he was 20. They dated for a few months and went their separate ways. However, fate brought them back together in 1999, when they appeared as siblings in the romantic comedy, "Never Been Kissed." While Barrymore denied having gone out with Arquette, David confirmed that they had indeed dated, saying he tells it like it is.
In an interview with GQ Australia, actor Christian Bale shared a tidbit from his teenage years: he once went on one date with actress Drew Barrymore. According to Bale, they saw a terrible horror film, and the date didn't lead to anything further as Barrymore never called him again. Ouch!
Courtney Cox: Kevin Costner & David Arquette
Courteney Cox rose to fame in 1994 after landing the role of Monica Geller on the popular sitcom “Friends.” As her on-screen success skyrocketed, her off-screen dating life became just as fascinating. One of her rumored romances was with Kevin Costner, with whom she co-starred in "3000 Miles to Graceland."
However, her most high-profile relationship was with actor David Arquette. The two met on the set of “Scream” in 1996 and got married in 1999. Despite their marriage lasting more than a decade, the couple announced their separation in 2010. Cox has only had positive things to say about her relationship with Arquette post-divorce, calling him her best friend.
Gigi Hadid: Joe Jonas & Zayn Malik
For five magical months in 2015, Gigi Hadid and Joe Jonas were inseparable. Their friend, the fabulous Cara Delevingne, even captioned an Instagram photo of them with "Introducing G.I. Joe." The nickname stuck, and Hadid was later seen wearing a "G.I." tee on public outings. Their romance came to an end in November 2015.
Hadid and Zayn Malik were one of Hollywood's most famous on-again, off-again couples, with a six-year relationship that included Vogue photoshoots and the birth of their daughter Khai in 2020. However, their romance hit a rough patch when reports surfaced that Malik allegedly struck Hadid's mom during an argument, resulting in their breakup. The singer denied the allegations but pleaded no contest to the charges.
Kim Kardashian: Nick Cannon & Nick Lachey
Nick Cannon and Kim Kardashian were an item from late 2006 to early 2007. According to Cannon, it had to end because of a little thing called honesty. Cannon said if she had just come clean about the now-infamous tape debacle, they might still be together since the drama happened before they began dating.
98 Degrees member Nick Lachey also had a little thing with Kim K. During an interview on "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen," he revealed that they went on one date in 2006 to see "The Da Vinci Code" and that calling her his "ex" would be a stretch. Lachey fondly called her a "nice girl" and shared that they don't keep in touch anymore.