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May 03, 2013  | by: Joanne Wu
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Aca- Oh no! Pitch Perfect‘s Anna Camp, 30, filed for divorce with “30-Rock” actor Michael Mosley after their 3-year long marriage. I guess not everything is so Pitch Perfect in her life right now.

Camp has had a busy year since her role as the fearless Bella leader in Pitch Perfect. Since then, she’s been on recurring gigs in True BloodThe Mindy Project, and Vegas. And Mosley, on the other hand, has been in Revolution, Happy Endings, and Justified. They’ve both been extremely busy, thus far.

Could this be one of the reasons for their split? They just want different things, career wise. Or could there be someone else? Call me, Aca- shocked! I can’t imagine the puking leader caught in a scandalous love triangle. Wouldn’t the stress get to her, causing her to puke a mile a minute? Ha! 

Mosley and Camp filed the divorce papers on April 23rd at the LA County Superior Court. According to E! News, they named New Years Day as the day of their separation. What a great way to start the new year, huh. Something must’ve happened at the New Years Eve party. Did one of them kiss the wrong person?

I guess three years could be considered as a pretty long marriage, regarding Hollywood couples these days. Well, at least they still have their flourishing career to keep them occupied.

How do you feel about Camp and Mosley splitting? Did you even know they were together, or were you as oblivious to it as I was?

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