Buzzworthy's Saddest Celebrity Breakups Of 2012 (PHOTOS)

We still have a case of the SADZ from Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's breakup.

Here at Buzzworthy, we like to celebrate all things happy (One Direction with puppies! Taylor Swift's cat! Karmin! Adam Lambert on a unicorn!), but it's equally important to honor THE SADZ. Like, say, the celebrity couples that broke up in 2012. So let's just rip this one off like a Band-Aid, grab some tissues, hold hands, and ugly cry a little as we reflect upon the celebrity breakups we're still face-deep in Ben & Jerry's over. Take the biggest heartbreak of the year, for example: the Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez split, which understandably made Justin Bieber sad. We STILL cannot even process the unthinkable monstrosity that sent us into a torrent of tears. (Though technically details are still kinda hazy surrounding that one -- they've been hanging out an awful lot!) We're keeping the faith, y'all! So don't go dropping your pants boos for Bieber quite yet.

Check out Buzzworthy's saddest celebrity breakups photo gallery, and see more celebrity breakups after the jump!

Our hearts skipped a beat when we heard dubstep master Skrillex and girlfriend Ellie Goulding's light went out like a dying glow stick.

Taylor Swift and what's his name (JK!) Connor Kennedy ended before we even had time to imagine the pair's flawless (and probably televised) Martha's Vinyard wedding.

 Nicki Minaj broke up with Twitter. Why? Because the voice in her head told her to.


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