Now that summer is over, hiss boo, it’s time for light sweaters and a roundup of all of our favorite fun and flirty summer celeb relationships.
Who hooked up, made up, broke up, or ring’d up (engagements, sorry, it sorta rhymed) during the summer of 2013!
Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long: These two burst onto the August scene holding hands and taking dog walks and forcing us to care about their newfound love.
Nick Jonas and Olivia Culpo: Nick met Miss Universe Olivia Culpo when he hosted the Miss USA pageant in June. These two have taken their romance public at a variety of sporting events.
Kaley Cuoco and Henry Cavill: This totally-not-staged-by-PR romance heated up and then fizzled out all in a matter days. Sorry, Superman.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher: Mila and Ashton are supposedly engaged, or planning to get engaged. The only snag in their plan is that Ashton isn’t officially divorced from Demi Moore yet.
Dakota Fanning and Jamie Strachan: Dakota Fanning, age 19, is dating a 32-year-old man! It’s her first known relationship and it’s only shocking because we literally watched this girl grow up on the big screen. He’s too old for you! Doesn’t a Jonas Brother need a girlfriend!?
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross: Ashlee Simpson went public with her relationship with Diana Ross’s son Evan Ross when she was seen drunkenly stumbling out of a nightclub with him one too many times.
Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult: These two dated for nearly two years before breaking up some time around Oscar season but after reuniting on the set of X Men: Days of Future Past, they got back together.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo: After calling off their romance earlier this year, Adam and Behati got back together and announced that they were engaged.
Ashlee Tisdale and Christopher French: Ashley announced she and boyfriend Christopher French were engaged after dating for about nine months.
Eva Longoria and Ernesto Arguello: After dating for about five seconds, Eva and Ernesto broke up this summer, citing “long distance relationship” woes.