Justin Hartley is back on Instagram after staying off social media ever since he filed for divorce from Chrishell Stause nearly two months ago. The “This Is Us” star made his triumphant return on Wednesday, but it wasn’t what fans expected because his post was all about adding money to his bank account. Justin Hartley’s post included a tease for his show’s return on January 14 after the ABC hit went off the airwaves for a scheduled hiatus for the holidays.
“Tell your friends you’ll see them on Wednesdays. Tuesdays are for #ThisIsUs again, beginning Jan. 14 on NBC,” the 42-year-old actor captioned the teaser. Strangely enough, Justin Hartley does not even appear in the clip, but special guest John Legend does. “This Is Us” fans are going wild over the show’s return and expressed their excitement on Justin Hartley’s IG post. “Let’s GO! I am so ready!” posted one fan. “Yessss!!! It feels like it has been FOREVER,” wrote another follower. “Soo happy my favorite show is back. Missed it so much!” added a third.
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While his post wasn’t about his personal life, he definitely got fans pumped! “You are my favorite,” stated someone else. “Can’t wait to see y’all back on the TV screen,” wrote another. It’s been almost two months since Justin Hartley filed for divorce from Chrishell Stause in November two years after the former duo tied the knot in 2017 during a rustic ceremony in Malibu. After their surprising split, a source told People Hartley and Chrishell were on two separate pages when it came to their future.
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“Chrishell is really ready to just settle down and be a wife and stay-at-home mom and was hoping to start a family relatively soon,” a source told the outlet. “Justin wants that but also doesn’t think it has to happen in the near future and is at a point in his career where he wants to really be able to explore all the options that are coming his way.” There is also a dispute between the two on when they actually separated. Justin Harley stated “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split and listed the date of separation as July 8, 2019. When Chrishell filed her response she listed the day he filed for divorce as the actual separation date.