Billy Ray Cyrus' wife has filed for divorce after 19 years of marriage.
He must have told her he was growing the mullet back.
Accoding to the Associated Press, Tish Finley Cyrus filed divorce papers Thursday in Los Angeles, citing irreconcilable differences. She's seeking custody of their teenage child, Noah, and spousal support.
This is the couple's second go-round at divorce. In October 2010, Billy Ray, 51, filed for divorce from Tish, 53, before deciding to drop the case in March 2011, saying that he wanted "to put my family back together." The first breakup came amid rumors that Tish had an affair with Poison singer and "Rock of Love" reality TV star Bret Michaels.
As for the current breakup, "This is a personal matter and we are working to find a resolution that is in the best interest of our family," Tish told Us Weekly in a statement on Thursday, June 13. "We ask that you respect our privacy at this time."
The country singer and Tish have three children together -- 20 year-old Miley (whom you may have heard of), 19-year-old Braison, 13-year-old Noah, 13. Billy Ray also adopted Brandi, 26, and Trace, 24, Tish's children from a previous relationship.
JUNE 15 IN HISTORY
Saturday is June 15, the 166th day of 2013. There are 199 days left in the year.
1215: England's King John put his seal to Magna Carta ("the Great Charter") at Runnymede.
1219: Forces led by King Valdemar II of Denmark defeated the Estonians in the Battle of Lyndanisse.
1775: The Second Continental Congress voted unanimously to appoint George Washington head of the Continental Army.
1836: Arkansas became the 25th state.
1849: James Polk, the 11th president of the United States, died in Nashville, Tenn.
1864: Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton signed an order establishing a military burial ground, which became Arlington National Cemetery.
1902: The 20th Century Limited, an express passenger train between New York and Chicago, began service. (The Limited made its last run in Dec. 1967.)
1904: More than 1,000 people died when fire erupted aboard the steamboat General Slocum in New York's East River.
1938: Johnny Vander Meer pitched his second consecutive no-hitter, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-0 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers in the first night game at Ebbets Field, four days after leaving the Boston Bees hitless by a score of 3-0.
1944: American forces began their successful invasion of Saipan (sy-PAN') during World War II. B-29 Superfortresses carried out their first raids on Japan.
1962: Students for a Democratic Society, at the conclusion of a five-day convention in Michigan, issued the Port Huron Statement.
1978: King Hussein of Jordan married 26-year-old American Lisa Halaby, who became Queen Noor.
1993: Former Texas Gov. John Connally, who was wounded in the gunfire that killed President John F. Kennedy, died in Houston at age 76.
2003: With a deadline passed for Iraqis to hand in heavy weapons, U.S. forces fanned out across Iraq to seize arms and put down potential foes. The San Antonio Spurs won the NBA championship, defeating the New Jersey Nets 88-77 in Game 6. Golfer Jim Furyk won the U.S. Open. Actor Hume Cronyn died in Fairfield, Conn., at age 91.
2008: President George W. Bush went for a bike ride and attended church in Paris, then he and his wife, Laura, traveled to London for meetings with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, as well as Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife, Sarah. The NBC News program "Meet the Press" paid tribute to its host, Tim Russert, who had died two days earlier. "In the Heights" was named best musical, "August: Osage County," best play, at the Tony Awards.
2012: President Barack Obama eased enforcement of immigration laws, offering a chance for hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to stay in the country and work. Republican Mitt Romney launched the next phase of his presidential campaign, kicking off a six-state, small-town bus tour and telling middle-class Americans that President Obama hadn't given them "a fair shot." An armored car heist at the University of Alberta in Canada left three armed guards dead; suspect Travis Baumgartner faces trial on murder charges. Daredevil Nik Wallenda became the first person to walk on a tightrope across Niagara Falls. (The feat was broadcast live by ABC-TV, which required Wallenda to wear a safety tether.)
Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo (81), rock singer Steve Walsh (Kansas) (62), comedian-actor Jim Belushi (59), actress Julie Hagerty (58), rock musician Brad Gillis (Night Ranger) (56), baseball great Wade Boggs (55), actress Helen Hunt (50), rock musician Scott Rockenfield (Queensryche) (50), actress Courteney Cox (49), actor-rapper Ice Cube (44), actress Leah Remini (43), actor Jake Busey (42), actor Neil Patrick Harris (40).