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Jason Momoa, who is married to Lilakoi Moon—who now only uses her birth name, Lisa Bonet, as a stage name when she acts—is clearly besties with her ex-husband, singer Lenny Kravitz. Kravitz released his 11th studio album, Raise Vibration, in September.

The Aquaman star recently posted a picture of himself with the Grammy-winner sporting matching rings, courtesy of Momoa.

"I'm a huge fan of the artists I meet on instagram love spreading the aloha," the actor wrote with the black and white photo.

"I got @lennykravitz a present made by @leroyswoodentattoos amazing bone skull ring. Check him out insta. Mahalo lenny for coming to support me on @nbcsnl aloha j."



The duo proves you can get along with your ex's spouse and look manly with matching bone skull rings.


Moon and Kravitz were married in 1987 and managed to maintain a friendship after their split in 1993. The two share a daughter, Zoë Kravitz, who is an actress and model.

In 2005, Moon met Momoa through mutual friends and the two fell in love.

The pair exchanged informal vows in November 2007, but were legally married in October 2017. They have a daughter, Lola Iolani, born in July 2007 and a son, Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa, born before Christmas in 2008.



Momoa reprised his Game of Thrones role Khal Drogo for a ridiculous sketch on SNL this past weekend, which Kravitz attended as a member of the studio audience to show his support.


In the faux talk show sketch, Kenan Thompson joined Khal Drogo to summon the characters slaughtered on HBO's fantasy series for a series of interviews.

Beck Bennett gave his best Hodor impression without saying as much as his own name. Pete Davidson took the floor as the offed High Sparrow and talked religion and sex, while Kate McKinnon tackled King Joffrey and engaged in a Jerry Springer slap fest with Aidy Bryant as the vengeful Olenna.


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Not many exes get along with each other. Lilakoi Moon has two special men in their lives and Twitter could not help but gush.







So here's a question...


For some, it would take a lot to get along with an ex's new husband enough to put a ring on it. What would it take for you? Check out this cool men's ring and others here.

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The Association for Psychological Science published a paper that reviewed some of the research:

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The paranormal seems to be consistently in unrest, which sounds like death isn't any more fun or tranquil than life. So much for something to look forward to.

Some ghosts just like to scare it up. It's not always like "Ghosthunters" the show.

Redditor u/Murky-Increase4705 wanted to hear about all the times we've faced some hauntings that left us shook, by asking:

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