Doug Hutchinson, Courtney Stodden
Courtney Stodden and her estranged husband Doug Hutchinson have reconciled, her mother tells Fox News.
"Courtney realized just how much love she really had for Doug," Krista Keller said. "They really love each other and wanted to be together."
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Stodden, just 16 at the time, married the Lost actor in 2011. "We're aware that our vast age difference is extremely controversial," the couple said at the time. "But we're very much in love and want to get the message out that true love can be ageless."
Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell
Brace yourselves, America! This is very shocking news. Controversial Bachelor contestant Juan Pablo Galavis and his lady love Nikki Ferrell are not doing so well, and will appear on VH1's Couples Therapy...
Despite reports to the contrary, The Bachelor and Couples Therapy alum Shayne Lamas is not in a coma after suffering a miscarriage, People reports.
Lamas' famous father, actor Lorenzo Lamas, issued a statement to set the record straight after TMZ reported early Monday that his daughter was in a coma. "We are...
Lamas, 28, was rushed to the hospital on Sunday after collapsing and suffering internal bleeding. The reality star, who was 16 weeks along with her second child, lost the baby during surgery and is reportedly in a coma unable to breathe on her own.
There are no more kids in Jon Gosselin's future. The Jon and Kate Plus 8 star admitted to having a vasectomy on The Wendy Williams Show Tuesday.
Doug Hutchison and Courtney Stodden
The controversial marriage between Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison has ended, Us Weekly reports.
In 2011, Hutchison, known as the former Dharma leader Horace Goodspeed on Lost, made headlines when he married Stodden, who was 16 at the time, in Las Vegas.
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The cast of VH1's Couples Therapy was evacuated Wednesday after a fire broke out in the house where they live, TMZ reports.
Rapper DMX was arrested in South Carolina early Wednesday for driving without a license, The Associated Press reports.
The "Party Up" singer, whose real name is Earl Simmons, was arrested at 1 a.m. when an officer saw him at a...
Between the pressure of fame, scrutiny from the media, and the constant temptation of infidelity, celebrity couples might have it harder than most. Enter: Couples Therapy. Like Celebrity Rehab before it, VH1's newest reality show successfully capitalizes on the struggles of celebrities* — but rather than battling drug addiction, these patients are battling their significant others.
Cast members include rapper DMX and his ex-wife Tashera Simmons, Linda Hogan (Hogan Knows Best) and boyfriend Charlie Hill, Angelina Pivarnick (Jersey Shore) and...