Diane Lane is best known for her role in the 1979 movie, “A Little Romance.” Only years later, she returned to the public eye with the 1989 TV series, “Lonesome Dove.” Since then, she has captured our hearts in numerous roles and has left her mark in Hollywood.
During her 20s, she dated Jon Bon Jovi, who, in those days, did no more than sweep floors and write songs. It was only at the end of the 1 Nowadays, the man is happily married to the same woman (Dorothea Hurley) since 1989.980s that Bon Jovi became the Bon Jovi we know and love today.
Tatum O'Neal and John McEnroe
In the 1980s', John McEnroe was a professional superstar tennis player. He is known for throwing his temper on the tennis court, eventually leading to conflicts with the tennis association. Tatum O'Neal is a well-known actress who snagged an Academy Award when she was just ten years old.
When these two met back in 1986, he was at the peak of his career, and she was dealing with an illegal substance issue, which didn't stop them from getting married. They ended their marriage in 1994, which was followed by an ugly court case, accusations on both sides, and a 1980's story to be told.
Jennifer Grey and Matthew Broderick
Before Jennifer Grey put on her dirty dancing shoes, she starred in the 1986 huge teen hit "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," where Bueller was played by no other than Matthew Broderick. Funnily enough, in the movie, they played siblings who were always at each other's throats, but the sparks between the two were still there and undeniably so. However, they were kept secret for quite a while.
Their romance was revealed shortly before "Dirty Dancing" was released, and not long after, they decided to call it quits. The two have since had their fair share of much-publicized relationships: Broaderick with actress Sarah Jessica Parker and Grey with actor Clark Gregg.
Alyssa Milano and David Arquette
When you get into show business at a very young age you are bound to have at least one VIP relationship. Alyssa Milano was under the age of 20 when she began her romantic affair with David Arquette. Those were the shining days of "Who's The Boss?" for Milano and the days of "The Outsiders" and "Parenthood" for Arquette.
There was such a buzz covering these two back in the day that you might have thought there was a huge love affair going on between them. The truth is, their story lasted for just over 60 days, turning this romantic episode into a 60 minutes show.
Courtney Love and Edward Norton
Courtney Love's most famous relationship was and will always be the one she had with the late Kurt Cobain but this entry is about a different relationship. The movie "The People vs. Larry Flynt" is where it all began. Norton and Love co-starred and started to date shortly after. They dated for over four years, which turned them into a well-known couple in the Hollywood scene.
Like all couples, they had their ups and downs. However, their downs seemed to make the headlines way too often. In 1999, Courtney Love practically ditched Edward in the middle of a fight and never returned.