Neither Guiney, who appeared on the fourth season of the U. TV dating show, or Budig have requested spousal support or any other financial assistance. The documents say the couple first split last September, with Budig, 37, who stars in U. soap All My Children, filing for divorce back in April.‘Lately it’s become clear that nothing is going to save this,’ a friend of Budig told in January.
‘They’ve just grown apart and are no longer the people they were when they got married.‘They’ve been on the rocks for a long time.
TV Guide Magazine: Look at you being Martha Stewart! Budig: was looking for a new co-host and I went and did two audition shows with [co-host] JD Roberto and really liked him. I've always juggled hosting jobs with my acting career, and this fits into my life perfectly. I have great outs in my contract to do other stuff.
Bob and I couldn't stay married but we love each other enough to stay friends, and I like showing that's possible. TV Guide Magazine: And now you're wed to Michael Benson.
Jordan was my brother on and now he's a big movie star. They say, "Meet me at the restaurant." And I'm, like, "No! " My agent set me up on a blind date with Mike and that was it for both of us. The revelation stopped Gifford and Kotb in their tracks, prompting their simultaneous reply: "What?!" Guinea went on to explain that he got "engaged on Labor Day," a fact reflected in an Instagram photo that his fiancée, Jessica Canyon, posted Sept. "YES I WILL," reads Canyon's accompanying caption, which includes an emoji of a ring, Guiney's Instagram handle, and celebratory hashtags such as #Engaged to #bestbuds.