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Posted at 1:24 PM ET, 02/ 9/2011

Love, etc.: Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz divorcing; Jude Law and Sienna Miller part ways again

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For Simpson and Wentz, the thrill is gone. (AP/Chris Pizzello)

  • Divorcing: Ashlee Simpson, 26, and Pete Wentz, 31, after less than three years of marriage. The pop stars "remain friends and deeply committed and loving parents to our son Bronx," they said in a statement released to reporters by their rep, adding the usual request for privacy. (Good luck with that.) Court documents dug up by TMZ show she's seeking custody of their 2-year-old as well as spousal support.

  • Split: Jude Law, 38, and Sienna Miller, 29, reports People. The British actors, who spectacularly broke off an engagement in 2005, reconciled about a year ago. Could she not get past the slept-with-the-nanny thing? We never could.

  • By The Reliable Source  | February 9, 2011; 1:24 PM ET
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