Even after their wedding, the couple was infrequently seen in public, and when news did emerge, it was typically unflattering, such as when Monjack allegedly showed up drunk and belligerent on the set of Murphy's final film, 2009's "The Caller." Reports at the time said that Murphy was fired from the film after Monjack burst onto the set inebriated and disrupted shooting.A short time later, she was found dead in her home.To be able to spend each week with Simon, LA and Britney watching the best that America has to offer is truly a dream come true.” Simon Cowell also spoke about why he’d chosen the pair, adding: “I’m absolutely delighted Britney and Demi are joining us.Britney remains one of the biggest stars in the world, she’s talented, fascinating – and I believe she knows exactly how to spot The X Factor.The pop star, who just a few years ago had reached depths so low that she was seen shaving her head in public, had found love with her agent-turned-fiancé, Jason Trawick.The tabloids were speculating about a Hawaii wedding.The twice-engaged beautiful young actress with the sometimes-spotty filmography and the frumpy British B-movie director/screenwriter with a history of financial struggles who faced deportation just months before their wedding.
She was engaged to Jeff Kwatinetz, the Hollywood heavyweight producer/manager, for around five months in 2004.She then broke it off with him and got engaged in 2005 to a production assistant on her 2004 film "Little Black Book," Joe Macaluso. The actress once told tabloid magazine OK that she met Monjack when she was 17 and that the two had kept in touch over the years."The easiest decision I ever made in my life was getting married," she said.The site claimed that Monjack reportedly died as a result of cardiac arrest, though that has not been confirmed. Following Murphy's death, Monjack said in an interview that he suffered from seizures and had suffered a heart attack while returning from a vacation in Puerto Rico in 2009. Britney Spears’s third, actually, but momentous, nonetheless.