Jude Law and Sienna Miller, Hollywood' most schizophrenic couple, are back on again, or so the photographic evidence seems to prove. The pair were spotted recently, hand in hand, looking, if not exactly rapturous, certainly happy to be with one another.
This time, it may be a case of Jude taking Sienna back, as the actress was spotted all over Toronto with her current co-star James Franco, getting cozy on and off the set. They went to a concert, shared some smokes, ate some Chinese food, and even shopped with Sienna's mom.
It's not the first time that Sienna and Jude have had to make nice in public after rumors swirled around them -- and it's only the latest in a series of scorned women taking their cheating men back.
Sienna, of course, very publicly took Jude back after he apologized for having an affair with a nanny hired by his ex-wife, Sadie Frost. Here, Jude does his best to be the supportive fiance during Sienna's run in a West End production just a couple months after his public apology.
Hugh Grant appeared on the "Tonight Show" on July 10, 1995, to explain why he had a brief dalliance with a prostitute in a BWM on Sunset Boulevard that resulted in his arrest. "I think you know in life what's a good thing to do and what's a bad thing, and I did a bad thing," he told Jay Leno. The next day, he appeared at the premiere of his film "Nine Months" with Hurley on his arm -- and the couple reconciled, though they broke up five years later.
Frank Gifford had to endure all kinds of ridicule for his 1997 affair with a flight attendant after a newspaper published a photo of him and the other woman in a hotel room. Married for 10 years and with two children, Kathie Lee swallowed her pride and eventually forgave Frank.
Hoops star Kobe Bryant also had to issue a public mea culpa, sitting next to his wife Vanessa, in 2003 for an alleged "encounter" with a then-19-year-old hotel employee in Colorado. Charges against Bryant were dropped, and Vanessa and Kobe welcomed their second child this past May.