5 Canadian Celebs That Have Ended Serious Relationships In 2020
Another one bites the dust. While people split up every single day, celebrity breakups tend to hit a soft spot for those who have been rooting for the couple since the beginning. We're only halfway into 2020 and there are already some heartbreaking Hollywood splits.
Some of these couples stayed low key during their relationship, while others met on reality TV shows. You may not have even known these celebrities were in a relationship!
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You may recognize this Canadian from Netflix's hit show Too Hot to Handle. On the show, she met Harry Jowsey who hails from Australia.
Recently, Farago uploaded a video to her YouTube channel titled "Our Break Up," which goes into detail about the shocking breakup that fans didn't see coming.
Just a few weeks ago, on the Too Hot To Handle reunion, Jowsey virtually proposed to Farago with a Ring Pop.
Grey's Anatomy star Caterina Scorsone and husband Rob Giles split at the beginning of May, a few months after welcoming their third daughter, Arwen.
The two married in June of 2009, according to Us Weekly.
At the beginning of 2020, it was revealed that Friends star Matthew Perry had a new girlfriend. A few days after that, it was announced that the mystery woman in Perry's life was talent agent Molly Hurwitz.
The couple kept their romance low key, but In Touch Weekly reports that the two split up in May after "deciding to go their separate ways."
Breakup rumours involving Julianne Hough and her Canadian husband Brooks Laich started swirling in January. While the two never spoke out on the rumours, they announced recently that they have split after nearly three years of marriage.
In a joint statement to PEOPLE, the two wrote, "We have lovingly and carefully taken the time we have needed to arrive at our decision to separate."
A different kind of breakup! Mykenna Dorn starred on Peter Weber's season of The Bachelor and definitely had a wild ride. From being accused of using drugs, to her hilarious facial expressions, Dorn's stint on the hit reality dating show didn't exactly go as planned.
In fact, exactly a month after the show premiered, Dorn was sent home by Weber. She shared the emotional journey of her returning home to Langley, B.C. on TikTok. Sometimes a relationship doesn't have to last for long to make a serious impression.