What's the world coming to when yet another rock star/model-actress marriage has dissolved?
"Rock Star: Supernova" judge and Carmen Electra have decided to call it quits on their marriage of less than three years.
"They are amicably separating," Electra's rep Brit Reese tells TMZ.com.
No reason for the split has been determined yet. Earlier in the year, the couple laughed off rumors that they were having relationship troubles, claiming that they were planning on starting a family.
The showy couple documented their lives and their November 2003 wedding on the MTV reality series "'Til Death Do Us Part: Carmen + Dave." Apparently, the Grim Reaper came knocking. For the record, that's the second MTV reality show based on a married couple that has ended with them apart. "Newlyweds" Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson were officially divorced a couple weeks ago. The Osbournes and the Barkers are still happily married.
Electra and Navarro have no children together. Electra was previously married to bad boy basketball player Dennis Rodman for about five months. Navarro has also been previously married.
The former Playboy model has appeared on "Singled Out," "Baywatch" and "Summerland." On the big screen, she's appeared in "My Boss's Daughter," "Cheaper by the Dozen 2," "Date Movie" and the upcoming "Scary Movie 4." She's currently filming "I Want Candy."
Navarro, a former guitarrist for bands Jane's Addiction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, serves as a judge on the CBS reality series "Rock Star: Supernova," a followup to last year's "Rock Star: INXS," in which a new lead singer is sought for an all-star rock group.
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