According to TMZ, as well as every Twitter user and website on the internet, British comedian Russell Brand has filed for divorce from pop starlet Katy Perry after 14 months of marriage. If Brand—a former heroin addict, sex addict, and recovering alcoholic—and Perry—a devout Christian who became famous due to a bi-curious hit single—can't make it, is there any hope for true love?

Brand cited "irreconcilable differences" in the divorce papers, and released a statement, claiming, "Sadly, Katy and I are ending our marriage. I'll always adore her and I know we'll remain friends." Rumors of marital strife hit a fever pitch last week when the couple was photographed on separate Christmas vacations on opposite sides of the planet. "They had a massive fight," an insider told U.S. Weekly. "Katy doesn't think Russell respects her parents' Christian beliefs or her friends," another source said. Perry's parents are both Christian pastors.

Even Russell Simmons, the benevolent entrepreneur-quasi-patron of the Occupy Wall Street movement who hung out with the couple at Zuccotti Park in October, didn't have any mantras to inspire the couple to give it one more shot: "thinking about my two friends Russell Brand and Katy Perry and hoping for happiness for both."