13 Celebrities Who Got Dumped In The Most Heartbreaking Ways

No matter how long celebrity couples have been together, it seems like relationships in Hollywood never last. While many stars try to end relationships amicably, there have been times when things took a turn for the ugly from the get-go.

Some celebrities tried to make things impersonal by avoiding the breakup conversation with their significant others, and instead broke the news via text, voicemail and even on television.

Here are 13 celebrities who got dumped in the most cold and heartbreaking ways:

1. Minnie Driver and Matt Damon

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It might be a good idea to tell the person you were dating that you no longer want a relationship before telling it to the rest of the world, but that’s not how it went down between Minnie Driver and her Good Will Hunting co-star Matt Damon.

Damon publicly announced that he was single during an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, and that’s how Driver learned that they were over.

“It’s unfortunate that Matt went on Oprah; it seemed like a good forum for him to announce to the world that we were no longer together, which I found fantastically inappropriate,” Driver told the Los Angeles Times in 1998.

2. Mary-Louise Parker and Billy Crudup

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The Weeds actress was seven months pregnant with her first child when her boyfriend of seven years, actor Billy Crudup, walked out on her out of the blue in 2003. He left her for fellow actress Claire Danes, who was 24 at the time.

“I am alone. Look, see? I am pregnant and alone. It hurts to even breathe,” Parker wrote in her memoir Dear Mr. You.

Parker gave birth to a son, William, a few months later in 2004, and has raised him as a single mother ever since.

3. Eva Longoria and Tony Parker

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The Desperate Housewives star found hundreds of text messages between her husband, Tony Parker, and his NBA teammate’s wife. That’s how she came to learn that he no longer wanted to be with her, which eventually led her to file for divorce.

Longoria admitted in an interview with Piers Morgan that the split was “heartbreaking,” then added: “I had such an identity in being Mrs Parker and when that’s taken away from you it’s hard.”

Is Your Hometown In The Top 5 Best Or Worst Cities To Get A Cup Of Coffee?

Who doesn’t love a cup of Joe to wake them up in the morning? Whether it’s before you head into work, drop the kids off at school, or just to feel more awake and lively, coffee has always been your “get it done” friend.

Coffee has been a staple in the American diet since the Boston Tea Party of 1773, when patriots to our nation threw the imported leaves into the harbor. Ever since then, Americans have been drinking that delicious brew and staying hard at work.

But it appears that some states love this hot beverage way more than others, and many would be surprised to see how hard, or how easy, it is for their fellow citizens to get access to the real magic beans.

Take a look and see how your region ranks from worst to best!

Laredo, Texas

Bigger doesn’t always mean better in this case.

Toledo, Ohio

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Why does Ohio have to be terrible at everything?

Greensboro, North Carolina

If it ain’t sweet tea, they do not want it. Maybe South Carolina can do a better job…

North Las Vegas, Nevada

Not Pictured: Good coffee.

Memphis, Tennessee

Okay, we may have an objection to raise here.

Are you ready to see the best places in America to get your cup of java?

6 Christmas Classics That The Internet Has Given A Lump Of Coal

When Christmastime rolls around each year, one of the best family traditions is to cuddle up on the couch or the bed and watch classic films about the most wonderful time of the year! Usually, we would watch the same movies year after year, and sometimes multiple times a year!

But apparently, taste is subjective. Luckily, we have the internet to make collective decisions for us. These are IMDb’s least favorite Christmas movies ranked from “Meh” to “Please no, not this one!”

Get ready to have your world rocked around the Christmas tree!

Wow, this one is a real shock! I used to love watching Kevin McCallister trick these bumbling thieves with his sneaky plans and crafty traps. Oh well, “keep the change ya filthy animal!”

In the classic remake of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, Bill Murray plays a selfish television executive who learns his lesson by the visitation of three ghosts in modern times. Maybe audiences just couldn’t handle their use of the original tale within the story?

When an elf realizes the truth of his past, he decides to go off in search of his real family in New York City – only to find it is not the best place for a happy-go lucky Christmas enthusiast! I found this movie hilarious, but I suppose it was lacking a certain vintage-y feeling.