7 Things You Didn’t Know About Jana Kramer And Mike Caussin’s Relationship

  
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Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin were the picture perfect couple. Their relationship was a whirlwind romance from the beginning as they started dating in August 2014, were engaged four months later and then wed the following spring in May 2015. Jana Kramer has been having an incredible year so far. The “I Got the Boy” singer welcomed her daughter, Jolie Rae Cuassin, in January, was nominated for an ACM and ACCA award, and recently embarked on tour for her newest album, Thirty One. Unfortunately, it’s only been 15-months into their marriage and the couple is reportedly separated. The news comes as a shock to many fans, so we’ve decided to take a look at 7 things you might not have known about Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin’s relationship:

7. How They Met

Being a celebrity can sometimes put a strain on the whole dating thing, so more often than not, social media plays a role in sparking new relationships. This was the case with Mike Caussin and Jana Kramer. In an interview with Billboard, Jana said, “We met on Twitter. It’s the new Match.com, I guess.” She told The Boot that it was Mike who initiated the friendship on social media. “He favorited some stuff I tweeted, and we met each other. I did some background things to verify who he was and everything, and we started dating. It’s like Mr. Right came walking by.” Sounds like love at first tweet!

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6. He Doesn’t Judge Her Past

It’s no secret that Jana Kramer has been in a lot of serious relationships. She tends to fall fast and hard. Her relationship with Mike was no different, but what’s important about him is that he doesn’t judge her based on the fact that she’s been married twice and engaged three times prior to meeting him. In an interview with People she opened up about their new relationship and said the relationship just feels natural: “He doesn’t judge me or my past. He is my sounding board. He is my best friend.” She went on to explain that she’s different now that she’s older and in her 30s. She has a better idea of what she’s looking for in life and in a partner: “once I hit my 30’s [and] stopped taking crap and started figuring out who I was and what I wanted. I love to love and sometimes that meant forcing it when it wasn’t right,” she said.

(Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

(Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

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