One of the most successful showbiz couples has got to be David Bowie and Iman. While they had both been married, it seems that their love for each other was bigger than anything they had experienced before. The power pair were together for 26 years before Bowie’s untimely passing.
The two first locked eyes on one another in 1990 at a dinner party. In an interview with “Hello Magazine,” Bowie said, “My attraction to her was immediate and all-encompassing… That she would be my wife, in my head, was a done deal.” *Sniff* Can someone pass us the tissues, please?
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore
Talk about a whirlwind romance! Demi Moore and Bruce Willis first laid eyes on one another in July 1987 when... ahem... Demi was still involved with another man. She was engaged to Emilio Estevez at the time. It didn't take long for Demi to end her engagement with Estevez and jump head-first into a relationship with Bruce.
A mere five months after the first meeting, the two eloped in Las Vegas (how original). For a long time, they were one of the most high-profile couples in show business. However, After giving birth to three daughters and ten years of marriage, Moore and Willis divorced.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale
In a burst of magical music match-making, Gwen Stefani's band, No Doubt, opened for Gavin Rossdale's band, Bush, in 1995. The songbirds quickly became love birds, and after a six-year relationship, the two got married! Sounds like a classic story. We're sure it can be made into a musical in a heartbeat. However, it didn't last.
Things seemed to be peachy for the pair, who then welcomed three children into the world. However, after it became apparent that Gavin was engaging in some...extra-marital activities with the family nanny...yawn... The two soon got divorced, and Gwen has since moved on with country crooner Blake Shelton.
David Copperfield and Claudia Schiffer
Some call it love, and some call it magic. Famous magician and illusionist David Copperfield managed to woo supermodel Claudia Schiffer by asking her for assistance during one of his shows in 1993. Would you look at that, apparently, magic tricks can, in fact, get you a girl! A year later, the two were engaged!
However, the engagement would never bloom into a marriage. The pair split up in 1999. What's particularly peculiar about the pairing is the controversy that surrounded it. Many have speculated that the relationship was a long ruse in order to boost Copperfield's fame. However, both Schiffer and Copperfield strongly deny this. Hmm...
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell
It's not unusual for co-stars to canoodle; however, what is unusual is for the canoodling to last for over 30 years. That happens to be the case for the loved-up pair Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. The two ignited their long-lasting relationship flame while on the set of the 1983 film "Swing Shift."
The two have welcomed a son named Wyatt as a sibling to Goldie's Kate and Oliver from her previous marriage to Bill Hudson. While all three children have the acting bug, it's pretty clear that Kate Hudson has garnered the most fame and success. When asked about the key to the pair's relationship success, Goldie credits the two for never marrying and having time to themselves.