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After 16 years together, Jewel wants to move on to another rodeo and has split with her husband Ty Murray. In her statement, you know Jewel's PR team had the whole conscious uncoupling thing on their mind because they used the term "undoing ourselves." I can't wait until the next celebrity divorce to see what combination of words they use to try and match Gwyneth Paltrow. I swear these PR people go to a seminar every year and come up with the new buzz words they are going to use for a variety of issues. Jewel said that the split has been going on for some time and has been difficult, and I don't think in a tears kind of way, because she also says she only wants love and not malice. That seems to me there is some malice, and she is just saying what she is expected to say. Jewel is the one who released the statement, so the divorce thing was probably her idea. The couple have a three year old son together.
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