The next couple to sign up for an MTV show documenting their eternal love does so at their own risk.
Carmen Electra and Dave Navarro have announced that they are "amicably separating" after less than three years of marriage, Electra's rep Brit Reese said Monday.
The breakup remains a separation at this point; no divorce petition has been filed yet.
The ex-Baywatch babe and the onetime Jane's Addiction guitarist weren't even Newlyweds yet when they signed up to do 'Til Death Do Us Part: Carmen and Dave in 2003. They got hitched on camera in November 22 of that year and their wedding special aired in January 2004. The guest list included Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani, Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sharon Osbourne and Hugh Hefner--a far cry from the pagan ceremony that united Navarro and his first wife, Tanja, in 1990.
This was Electra's second marriage, her first being a what-the-heck-is-she-doing romp down the aisle with Dennis Rodman in March of 1998, and Navarro's third (his second union was annulled after a month). Neither has any children, but now there's an awful lot of eyeliner to divvy up.
Electra and Navarro's untimely split makes them the second celebrity duo to go their separate ways after engaging in reality show shenanigans on MTV. Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey--whom Electra went to high school with in Cincinnati, incidentally--announced that their fairy tale was over in November and their divorce was finalized last month.
It looks as if Ozzy and Sharon got out just in time.
When asked in April whether there was trouble in paradise, Electra, ring on finger, told People, "We're fine! I'm not saying we have the perfect marriage or that we're the perfect couple, but we're pretty damn good. If there were trouble, I wouldn't have my ring on. I would not walk around and pretend."
On the less-rocky rocker front, Navarro is currently aiding the quest to find a lead singer to front Tommy Lee's new metal band, pulling TV duty as a cohost of CBS' Rock Star: Supernova.
But the newly single Navarro, 39, is not without a musical agenda of his own. The Panic Channel, the band he formed in 2004 with Skycycle singer-guitarist Steve Isaacs and fellow Jane's Addiction players Stephen Perkins and Chris Chaney, releases its debut album, ONe, on Aug. 15. The singles "Teahouse of the Spirits" and "Why Cry" showed up on iTunes in May.
Meanwhile, Electra, 34, appeared in Scary Movie 4 and Date Movie this year, playing her usual role of the girl who's way better looking than your average girl next door. The former Playboy Playmate also had a cameo in American Dreamz and is now filming the comedy I Want Candy.