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Christina Milian Says Marriage with The-Dream was "Hell"

Singer says she feels better after messy divorce

January 3, 2011 5:45 PM ET
The Dream and Christina Milian in Los Angeles, July 18, 2009.
The Dream and Christina Milian in Los Angeles, July 18, 2009.
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Christina Milian's brief marriage to music producer Terius "The-Dream" Nash was by no means, well, dreamy, and now she's ready to dish the dirty details.

"I’ve been to hell and back, but I survived," the singer, 29, tells the February issue of Latina of their messy split, which went public in July when the producer was photographed nuzzling his assistant in the Carribean.

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Although he filed for divorce in February (days before she gave birth to their daughter Violet) she has insisted they continued to have marital relations.

"I tried to be someone I wasn’t because I wanted my marriage to work," she tells the mag. "But ultimately, if it’s not working, it’s not working."

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As for the cheating scandal she admits, “I didn’t know anything. But looking back, my gut was telling me something was off. But I thought I could fix it.”

Now Milian, who says motherhood makes her "feel so much sexier than ever before," is moving on and excited for what's next.

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"I feel brand new," she tells the mag. "I'm ready for the next phase of my life."

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