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Celebrity couples who have reconciled

Updated 12:40 PM ET, Thu October 22, 2015
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Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian married after a brief courtship in 2009, but Kardashian filed for divorce in 2013. The divorce hasn't gone through, and after Odom's hospitalization, Kardashian has put it on hold. Here are other couples who have stayed together after breakups -- at least for a time: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon didn't give up easily. Their second attempt at marriage appeared to fall short after Anderson filed for divorce in July 2014, six months after they wed. Anderson then tried to dismiss the divorce action, but it finally went through in April. Donald Bowers/Getty Images for The New York Palace Hotel/File
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott built a reality series, "True Tori," around their marital problems, but things appear to be going better. This past summer, a friend told People the couple was "in a good place." Michael Kovac/Getty Images for John Varvatos/File
Courtney Stodden's romance with former "Lost" actor Doug Hutchison has had some bumps. Stodden is best known for marrying Hutchison when she was 16 and he was 51. In 2013, the controversial couple decided to separate, although they continued to share a home. Maybe close quarters is what led to the rekindled affair; they've been back together since late last year. Jesse Grant/Getty Images for VH1/File
In April 2014, a reconciled Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas went to opening night of the "The Library," a play at the Public Theater in New York. It was the first time they'd been seen in public together since they announced their "break" in August 2013. In 2015, they celebrated their 15th anniversary. Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic
Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus have tried to break up twice, and each time they ended up back together. In 2010, they announced they were breaking up after 17 years of marriage, but Billy Ray had a change of heart in March 2011 and wanted to reconcile. In June 2013, they tried to break up again, but with couples therapy, they managed to make it work. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
It was deja vu all over again when rumors began flying in 2013 that Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne had broken up. After all, the couple's been down this rocky road before, with Sharon admitting in 2003 that she had left her husband for a brief spell. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images/File
Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman broke fans' hearts in October 2012 when they announced that they were separating after 30 years of marriage. By March 2013, though, the comedic couple was back together. Getty Images
We at first thought Justin Timberlake was going to serve us with another "Cry Me A River" single after he and Jessica Biel broke up in 2011. But just months later, the couple were seen biking together in Toronto, and by the end of the year, the engagement rumors started. They wed in Italy in October 2012 and had a son in April. Eamonn McCormack/Getty Images
When Kobe Bryant's wife, Vanessa, filed for divorce in 2011, it became the case to watch. But by January 2013, there wasn't much to see: The couple smiled and cuddled up at a Golden Globes shindig amid reports that Vanessa had dropped the divorce. Jason Merritt/Getty Images/File
Hugh Hefner first proposed to Crystal Harris in December 2010, but the couple broke up before they finally made it down the aisle two years later. Getty Images
Pink and motocross racer Carey Hart first tied the knot in 2006, and after two years of matrimony, the tattooed lovebirds were ready to call it quits. Yet after just a year apart, Pink made a move to rekindle their romance. The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Willow Sage, in June 2011. Jason Merritt/Getty Image
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green were engaged in 2007 but called it off two years later. By June 2010, though, the pair were engaged again -- and just a few weeks away from tying the knot. However, the marriage didn't last: The two announced their divorce in August. Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images/File
We all know how this royal fairy tale ends, but in January 2007, Prince William's storybook romance with Kate Middleton seemed less certain. News spread that the two had ended their nearly five-year relationship -- but they were back together before the year was out. By 2010, they were engaged, and they married in 2011. They've since had two children. AFP/Getty Images
One of reality TV's most adorable matches is officially back on. "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes divorced her husband of 13 years, Gregg, in 2011, only to get married to him again in 2013. Jason Kempin/Getty Images/File