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Everybody's looking for some companionship during the coronavirus quarantine, even celebrities.
Whether they were fresh off of a breakup, mulling over a split, or just happened to get stuck with one another, there are plenty of stars who have ended up quarantining with their exes -- for better or for worse.
Here's a look at some of the celebrity exes who have chosen to self-isolate together amid the COVID-19 pandemic:
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis
The pair share three daughters, Rumer, 31, Scout, 28, and Tallulah, 26, who are also self-isolating with their parents.
Willis' current wife, Emma Heming Willis, is in Los Angeles with the daughters she shares with Willis. She stayed behind awaiting test results -- not related to the novel virus -- for one of the girls before traveling became too dangerous.
Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson
Kardashian, 35, and Thompson, 29, share a 2-year-old daughter named True.
An insider told Us Weekly that being together in quarantine has made Kardashian develop a "soft spot for" Thompson.
Jesse Metcalfe and Cara Santana
“They are definitely not back together. They own a home together and they are quarantined together,” the source said.
The insider elaborated: “Jesse lives in the guest house. They had to make the mature decision to deal with this situation together like many people going through a breakup right now.”
Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan
“Long story short, I wasn’t working so I thought I’d go [to Chicago] and spend some time with her, take her mind off some things," Weber explained on Nick Viall's podcast, per E! News. "This was right when everything was starting to hit with the quarantine stuff."
Weber, 28, maintained that he and Flanagan aren't dating, but they "just enjoy each other's company."
Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth
A paparazzi photo obtained by People magazine shows the pair getting cozy on a park bench in late March, well into the quarantine.
Eva Amurri and Kyle Martino
Actress Eva Amurri and former soccer pro Kyle Martino announced in late 2019 that they were separating, but have since reunited for the quarantine.
The pair share three children. Marlowe and Major were born in 2014 and 2016, respectively, and their third, Mateo, was born in March after they separated.
"He lives out of state from me and the kids so it was either he isolates on his own and not see the kids for who knows how long or we isolate together,” Amurri said on Instagram Live, per Us Weekly. “It was an obvious choice for the kids’ sake and his sake.
Ramona Singer and Mario Singer
"The Real Housewives of New York City" star Ramona Singer may no longer be Mario Singer's wife, but they are staying together during the quarantine.
“Even though we’re all together, we kind of have a routine,” Ramona, 63, said to Us Weekly. “We do certain things by ourselves.”
Odette Annable and Dave Annable
Another pair of exes who are quarantining together with their child: Odette and Dave Annable.
The pair was tagged in a friend's Instagram post featuring a "virtual Passover."
Odette, 34, and Dave, 40, share a 4-year-old daughter, Charlie.