A new study by the University of Toronto and Pittsburgh Carnegie Mellon University reveals that women who win a Best Actress Academy Award are at a higher risk of divorce than nominees who do not win.
Researchers reviewed the 751 nominees in the Best Actor and Actress categories of the Academy Awards between 1936 and 2010.
They found that the average marriage duration for Best Actress winners was 4.3 years.
The average marriage length for non-winners was 9.5 years. Best Actor non-winners stay married for an average of 12.66 years, while Best Actor winners usually stay at home for 11.97 years.