Danny DeVito Still Heartbroken After Rhea Perlman Split

Wed, December 5, 2012 6:08pm EST by Add first Comment
Danny DeVito Divorce

Danny tells HollywoodLife.com that he’s been ‘feeling down’ lately and listens to Carole King’s ‘Up On The Roof’ to help lift his spirits. Keep reading for all the details!

It takes a big man to admit when he’s “feeling down” and on December 4 Danny DeVito did just that. The actor says he’s been “feeling down,” and in those depressed moments, he turns to Carole King’s hit song, “Up On The Roof,” HollywoodLife.com is reporting.

“You know my favorite song of hers is ‘Up On The Roof,'” DeVito tells us as he co-hosted A Celebration of Carole King and her Music at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. “Come on… you know, when things have gotten you down baby, you go ‘Up On The Roof’ where the air is sweet, and everything’s beautiful…man that’s what we want to do. We all want to go Up On The Roof.'”

The only thing that could have the 68-year-old actor down is his divorce from actress Rhea Perlman, to whom he’d been married for 30 years.

Danny confided in us, explaining he feels down often and has listened to the song a lot in the past few months.

“I didn’t listen to it today, but I listen to it a lot.”

As HollywoodLife.com reported,  Danny and Rhea called it quits last October.

Danny DeVito & Rhea Perlman’s Marriage

The couple married in 1982 and have three children together. Danny and Rhea met in 1970 and dated for 11 years before tying the knot. In all, they shared 41 years of love, and by Hollywood standards that amounts to twenty lifetimes!

It’s so sad to see a long-standing couple like this end their marriage.

Our thoughts go out to Danny and Rhea at this difficult time in their lives.

Chime in, HollywoodLifers. Do you think there’s a chance they may get back together?

– Eric Ray

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