The cast members have all had their share of high-profile relationships that went south.
Ortiz-Magro split for good with Jersey Shore costar Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola in 2014, Pollard was the runner-up for Flava Flav's heart on Flavor of Love season 1 that aired in 2006, and Smirnoff was engaged to fellow DWTS pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy before they called it off in 2009.
Famously Single's first season set the bar pretty high, as Ortiz-Magro's former Jersey Shore costar Paul "DJ Pauly D" Del Vecchio and Aubrey O' Day started dating during filming and are still going strong.
In 2012, he withdrew from the Masters after his agent said he hurt his back lifting a jet-ski.
Dustin Johnson is serving a six-month suspension from the PGA Tour after testing positive for cocaine, a source has told
The unscripted series, focusing on eight celebs living together in Los Angeles in an effort to fix their dating woes, returns with new episodes in 2017.
Joining "Bad Chad" are Karina Smirnoff (Dancing With the Stars), Malika Haqq (Dash Dolls), Ronnie Ortiz-Magro (Jersey Shore), David Mcintosh (British model), Tiffany Pollard (I Love New York), Calum Best (Famously Single season 1) and Dorothy Wang (#Rich Kids of Beverly Hills).
1-ranked player and the favorite entering the week to win the green jacket, is questionable to compete in the Masters after suffering a freak back injury on Wednesday.
RELATED: Johnson's odds to win the Masters shift drastically"At roughly pm today, Dustin took a serious fall on a staircase in his Augusta rental home," the statement read.
Johnson said at the time that he was not playing because he hurt his back while lifting a jet ski.
However, Golf.com’s source says that Johnson was actually serving a suspension for failing a drug test for cocaine. Johnson’s leave will make Team USA captain Tom Watson’s job easier.
"Right now it’s such a freak thing, we just hope he’s okay.”The one saving grace is Johnson's set to play in Thursday's final group at PM, which will give him a little extra time to recover.“It could be a blessing he has the late tee time,” said Johnson's coach Claude Harmon III. Open champion, has won three straight starts dating back to the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club and had his best Masters finish last year when he was T-4.