One of Hollywood's all-time cutest (and longest-lasting) couples is giving it another shot. Danny DeVito, 68, and Rhea Perlman, 64, had been married for 30 years when they announced their separation in 2012. The It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia actor was rumored to have a wandering eye, and the Cheers actress was apparently fed up. Fortunately, it appears that they were able to work through it, because People reports that Rhea and Danny are back together.
"They love each other," a friend told the magazine. "Always have and always will." Awww.
It's true that celebrity relationships rarely last, but sometimes, they're worth fighting for. Here are four other famous couples who separated, hung in there, and reunited stronger than ever.
Pink & Carey Hart: The "Try" singer and her motorcycle-racer hubby hit a rough patch in 2008, after two years of marriage. They were separated for a year, during which time Pink wrote her hit song "So What" about the split. Nevertheless, the singer managed to convince him to give it another try, and four years later, they're the happy parents of daughter Willow.
Billy Ray Cyrus & Tish Cyrus:Miley's parents made a press statement in October announcing the end of their 17-year marriage. Four months later, Billy Ray revealed that he had "dropped the divorce," telling the ladies of The View, "I want to put my family back together. ... Things are the best they've ever been."
Rachel Bilson & Hayden Christensen: These two young actors hit it off when they met on the set off Jumper in 2007, but maybe they were moving a little too fast. Engaged in 2008, they called it off for a few months in 2010, but decided to move forward without the ring. Seems to have worked; the couple got a new home together last fall.
Megan Fox & Brian Austin Green: It's been a long road for these two stars, who began dating in 2004 when Fox was just 18. Engaged in 2006, they broke up in 2009, then decided to tie the knot after all in 2010. Their son Noah was born in 2012.
A version of this story originally appeared on iVillage.