Mike Tyson and Robin Givens Their Story: He was the youngest heavyweight champ in boxing history and she was the star of TV's Head of the Class. The couple sat side by side in a 1988 interview with Barbara Walters, in which Givens described her husband as "incredibly abusive" at times and "frightening." Police were later called to his New Jersey mansion, after he went on a rampage, hurling furniture out the windows.
The Heartbreak: They were divorced just a year after they were married, on Valentine's Day 1989.
The Aftermath: Tyson, 37, served a three-year prison term for a 1992 rape conviction. After earning more than $300 million as a fighter, he filed for bankruptcy this year. Months earlier, as part of a divorce settlement, the fighter agreed to pay his second wife, Monica, $6.5 million from future earnings.
"I've probably cheated on every woman I've ever been with … because I never respected myself," Tyson told ESPN.
Talk about losing patience with men: Givens gave marriage a second try, exchanging vows with her tennis instructor Syetozar Marinkovic on Aug. 22, 1997. They separated that same day.
A year later, she had a child with tennis player Murphy Jensen, although they're no longer together.
Julia Roberts and Lyle Lovett
Their Story: The box-office queen had been set to marry Kiefer Sutherland in 1991 but broke that off, reportedly on the eve of their wedding. Roberts finally walked down the aisle with a crazy-haired country singer. "It's true that I did get the girl," Lovett told UPI. "But then my grandfather always used to say: 'Even a blind chicken will find a few grains of corn now and then.' "
The Heartbreak: Just weeks after the March 1993 wedding, gossip pages reported that the couple rarely spent the night together, even when they were in the same city. They filed for divorce 21 months later, claiming they were still good friends.
The Aftermath: Roberts, 35, married cameraman Danny Moder last year after a four-year relationship to Benjamin Bratt fizzled. Lovett, 45, remains single.
Dennis Hopper and Michelle Phillips
Their Story: She was a singer in the Mamas and the Papas. In 1970, she split with her husband and bandmate John Phillips and showed up at the Oscars with Dennis Hopper, who had just co-written, directed and starred in Easy Rider. It was a trick-or-treat surprise that Halloween when they married.
The Heartbreak: Their marriage was over in eight days. Hopper admits that he was in a fog of drugs and alcohol for much of that time.
The Aftermath: Hopper, 67, is now married to his fifth wife, Victoria Duff, who gave birth to their first child in March. He has four other children.
Phillips didn't marry again for 30 years, finally settling down with plastic surgeon Dr. Steven Zax of Houston. She continues to act, and was a panelist a year and a half ago on the final airing of ABC's Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher.
Zsa Zsa Gabor and Felipe De Alba Their Story: A leading authority on divorce, Zsa Zsa Gabor is famous for saying, ""A girl must marry for love, and keep on marrying until she finds it." Another favorite: "I have never hated a man enough to give his diamonds back."
Of all her marriages, the strangest was her eighth, to Count Felipe de Alba, a Mexican lawyer. They exchanged vows on his yacht in 1982, 12 years after meeting at a polo match in France, with a mariachi band performing at the reception.