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Celebrity couples who were engaged but never made it down the aisle in 2020

Putting a ring on it wasn't enough to keep these couples together

Taraji P. Henson & Kelvin Hayden

During an Oct. 19 appearance on The Breakfast Club, the Empire actress revealed that she and Hayden had split nearly two years after the former NFL star proposed. "I haven’t said it yet but it didn’t work out," said Henson of her relationship with Hayden. "I tried, I said, 'Let’s do the therapy thing' but if you’re both not on the same page with that, then you feel like you’re taking it on yourself and that’s not a fair position for anybody to play in a relationship." Henson revealed her engagement to Hayden, a former Super Bowl champ, in May 2018 on Instagram, sharing a photo of her new diamond with the caption: “I said yes y’all!!!” The two were originally set to wed in April but chose to delay the wedding until June because of family plans and her crazy work schedule.

Jonah Hill & Gianna Santos

The actor and his fiancée called things off a little over a year after getting engaged, PEOPLE confirmed on Oct. 12. The split was amicable between the private pair, a source told PEOPLE. The Oscar-nominated actor and Santos, a content manager at L.A.-based beauty company Violet Gray, became engaged last October. The now-exes were first spotted together in August 2018 while out on a walk in New York City.

Demi Lovato & Max Ehrich

The "Confident" singer, 28, and the Young and the Restless actor, 29, called off their engagement in September, a source confirmed to PEOPLE exclusively at the time. "It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers," said the source. "They have respect and love for one another and will always cherish the time they spent together." Their split came two months after Ehrich proposed to Lovato in Malibu on July 22. They began dating in March.

Karamo Brown & Ian Jordan

The Queer Eye star revealed the breakup news on a September episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show during a conversation with guest host Stephen 'tWitch' Boss. Brown and the director, who got engaged in May 2018, were originally set to marry over the summer. They first postponed the wedding due to COVID-19, then came to the decision to call it off completely. "It was postponed because of the pandemic, but now it's actually postponed officially, because my fiancé and I, we were together for 10 years, and we broke up about three and a half months ago," said Brown. "We were distracted by so much — with the kids, and our careers — that during that time, I had to really say, how is our communication? How are other parts of our lives? Are we growing in the same place?" "We're not 20 anymore, so it wasn't just, 'Oh, I'm not going to text you anymore' — it was like, we have a family and a home," he continued. "How do we separate this? And it was hard. We went to virtual counseling, we did a lot of things. But eventually I was like, this is a moment where I need to decide, is my happiness important? And once I made that decision, I said, you know, we are going to have to break up." Brown said there was "luckily no cheating," confirming the two are still "good friends."

Becca Kufrin & Garrett Yrigoyen

Kufrin and Yrigoyen, who met on season 14 of The Bachelorette, went their separate ways in August. The pair, who got engaged on the show, were together for two years. The former Bachelorette confirmed the split on the podcast she cohosts with Rachel Lindsay, Bachelor Happy Hour. Addressing months of speculation surrounding their relationship, Kufrin said, "I don’t think it’s going to come as a shock to anyone, but Garrett and I have decided to end our engagement." "We went on this crazy TV show over two years ago in hopes of finding love, and we were lucky enough that we did," Kufrin continued. "We really, truly did. I’m so grateful for that opportunity and to have had the two-plus years with Garrett. Like I said, I still have so much love and compassion in my heart for him. Just because we’ve arrived at this decision now doesn’t take away all of the years and the countless memories that we’ve made together. I will always look back at this time in my life with so much gratitude and love."

Colbie Caillat & Justin Young

After more than 10 years as a couple, the Gone West bandmates announced on April 2 that they are no longer together romantically. They had been engaged since 2015. “This is difficult for us to share, but we want to be honest with you all. After 10 wonderful years, Justin and I have ended our relationship. We started out as best friends and we will continue to be best friends. And we will continue to work and make music together, as we always have,” wrote the "Bubbly" singer. “It will be hard, but often times the hard choice is the right choice and the path that will allow each of us to move forward and to grow,” she continued. “We continue to be overwhelmed with gratitude for our love and time together.”

Whitney Cummings & Miles Skinner

The comedian ended her relationship with her fiancé (who has stayed out of the spotlight) after about a year of being engaged. "I am no longer engaged,” she said during the Feb. 5 episode of her podcast Good For You. “Nothing nasty, no drama ... I truly just was not ready to plan a wedding, the whole thing really overwhelmed me.”