HomeArticle"Divorce is probably as painful as death", here are the top 10 most controversial divorces of Hollywood couples
"Divorce is probably as painful as death", here are the top 10 most controversial divorces of Hollywood couples
Updated On 26 Jan, 2017 Published On 26 Jan, 2017
Hollywood has the most controversies all around the globe. We are here to the most controversial divorces of all time. Find out more.
Being married to your love life is the greatest moment of your life but sometimes there are differences in the relationship and when things just don't work out, it may be the time that one should split.
We have made a list of all the recent celebrities' most controversial break-up or divorce. Some of them are very shocking. Now without further ado let us start.
10. Rober Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
When the Twilight stars started dating, they became the hottest couple in town overnight. The couple was one of the most happening couples at that time and many of us even expected them to get married.
No one expected them to break-up with each other as they got split up in 2012. Many of their fans were very disappointed. The real reason behind their breakup is still not known but Jelena fans are very disappointed.
7. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes
Well, a not even single fan of Tom and Katie would think that this would happen. The couple used to be called 'TomKat' when they were together and they were one of the most happening couples of Hollywood at that time.
The reason behind their split was not that big but very weird as they broke-up stating that their relationship has deep love but it was very volatile at the same time as well.
The couple also stated that "there is no financial gain asked by either of us and we feel very sorry and sad as our relationship is no longer working".
3. Paul McCartney and Heather Mills
After suffering a big heartbreak when his wife Lina Eastman tragically died in 1998, Paul found his new love in Heather Mills as the couple got married in 2002 after dating for more than 2 years or so.