by Lauren Mandel
Grab your tissues, ladies. Sam Claflin is officially off the market! "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star recently tied the knot with British actress Laura Haddock in a private wedding ceremony, Gossip Cop has confirmed.
The couple had been engaged for nearly a year and a half after meeting at an audition.
“I walked into an audition room, I saw her and I knew,” the actor, known for his roles in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" and "Snow White and the Huntsman," told Yahoo! News of his real-life fairy tale ending. “I called my agent, I said, 'Mate, I am in love.' He’s like, 'How did the audition go, mate?' I was like, 'No, no, you don’t understand. I have just met the woman I want to marry.'"
One of our favorite couples is calling it quits: People has confirmed that "Vampire Diaries" actor Paul Wesley and "Pretty Little Liars" actress Torrey DeVitto are divorcing after two years of marriage.
Paul's rep told the magazine that the two "have decided to amicably split. They will continue to remain good friends."
The couple met on the set of the 2008 horror flick "Killer Movie," marrying in a hush-hush New York ceremony in April 2011. In addition to her ABC Family series, Torrey has played a recurring role on Paul's bloodsucking CW series as Dr. Meredith Fell, a one-time love interest for Alaric (played by Matt Davis).
As September's Seventeen cover girl, Lily Collins is sporting a vibrant aesthetic that's all about bold prints and bright colors—all the better to complement her new outlook on life, which is less plan-ahead, more live-in-the-moment.
The star of "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" is about to be one of this summer's biggest superwomen, courtesy of the exciting book-to-film franchise that puts her in the same star caliber category as Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence (whom she told the mag she admires for their ability to handle fame and take on new roles). And just in time for her to hit the A-list, Lily explained to Seventeen that she's embracing the art of letting go and getting (at least a little bit) wild.
Among the noticeable differences: her personal sense of style, which the actress says she's playing with as she tries to carve out her own place on the celebrity landscape.
There are few things we adore more than an adorable celebrity coupling, and "Pretty Little Liars" star Troian Bellisario and her "Suits" beau Patrick J. Adams have been fitting that bill for a while now. (See: Troian's humorous response to Patrick being named Hollywood Crush's Hump Day Hottie a while back).
But things took a turn for DEFCON 5 levels of cuteness when the actress tweeted about the return of her BF's USA series.
We'll just let you examine the evidence for yourself since we're too busy awwwwwwwwing over here.
Well, here's a pair of lovebirds who are going to make beautiful music together, guaranteed: "Glee" co-stars Blake Jenner and Melissa Benoist, who only recently spilled the beans about their in-real-life relationship, are reportedly gonna get maaaaarried!
Us Weekly has it on good authority (from the ubiquitous "source") that the couple made their engagement official...well, at some point in the past few days, we guess, although there hasn't been a peep from the pair themselves to confirm. Yet. But that's probably just 'cause they're too busy celebrating and kissing and stuff.
Prepare to die of cuteness, you guys: Anna Camp and Skylar Astin are an item. An adorable item. An amazing item. The kind of item you yearn to be a part of, as you sit on the couch with your cat, re-watching the BBC "Pride and Prejudice" box set for the hundredth time, tearfully wondering why you, too, cannot be one half of a devastatingly perfect couple. (Don't worry, darling! Your prince will come... someday.)
According to an exclusive scoop from Us Weekly, Anna and Skylar made their first official paired-up appearance at an event last week—although if you've been watching the red carpet (or Anna's Instagram feed) carefully, you might have noticed them together earlier this month at the "True Blood" season six premiere party.
Sorry, "Girls" fans, Adam Driver is a married man! The actor married his longtime girlfriend, Joanne Tucker, over the weekend.
According to Us Weekly, the nuptials took place over the weekend, and Driver's TV girlfriend, Lena Dunham, was on-hand along with her real-life boyfriend Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff. The report notes it was a destination wedding, but didn't specify where the longtime couple said "I do."
"They are very sweet together," an insider said about the couple. "They've been dating forever, years, and live together; [they're] very comfortable and in love. She was with him before the 'Girls' fame."
The source added that "They both love theater and the arts. She respects him so much...Everyone on the show is very happy for them."
"Sam & Cat" star Jennette McCurdy is a girl after our own heart. Especially when it comes to her Hollywood crush. But
hey girl will have plenty of competition from us and about 4.7 million other women (including Eva Mendes) for this actor's attention.
Ryan's currently filming his directorial debut, "How to Catch a Monster," which reportedly just cast its young lead, Iain De Caestecker.
by Rachel Samples
Another celebrity couple is reportedly calling it quits. After two years together, Penn Badgley and Zoe Kravitz have broken up to focus on their individual acting careers, according to Us Weekly.
According to sources who spoke with the magazine, the couple parted ways on good terms, adding that they just "didn’t have time for a relationship." To wit, Zoe had a recent role in the Will Smith film "After Earth" and is currently filming the dystopian drama "Divergent," while Penn will appear in "Parts Per Billion" alongside Rosario Dawson, Alexis Bledel and Josh Hartnett.
MTV cameras may no longer follow "The Hills" star Lauren Conrad wherever she goes, but that doesn't mean the 27-year-old is hibernating—far from it, in fact! With multiple fashion lines, a best-selling book series and an e-commerce site (The Little Market) launching in September, Lauren is busier than ever, establishing herself as something of a mini mogul.
Flaunting a bangin' new 'do and a cute frock, LC cover July's Marie Claire, in which she opens up to the magazine about her many, many pursuits (including romance!).
One such labor of love—her roman a clef "The Fame Game"—concludes this week with the release of third novel "Infamous" (out today). Though the series is far from an autobiography, Lauren told Marie Claire that she began writing the thinly veiled tale in order to reveal morsels of her own experience in La La Land.