Is Dianna trying to prove she’s over ex-fiance Alex Pettyfer much too soon by dallying with Chris Evans?
We’ve all been through bad breakups, but Dianna Agron‘s failed relationship really takes the cake. Not only did she have to move out of the Hollywood home she shared with ex-fiance Alex Pettyfer, but he’s gone crazy on her, too! However rough her relationship was, she’s already allegedly moving on with actor Chris Evans. Is she really ready?
The I Am Number Four co-stars, who had been dating for a year, called it quits in mid-February. Although the 20-year-old Brit has been displaying some bad behavior, including flying into a jealous fit at a West Hollywood nightclub Feb. 18, if Dianna had really been in love with her ex, would she have rebounded so quickly with Captain America himself, Chris Evans?
The 24-year-old blonde bombshell reportedly struck up a flirtation with Chris at Weinstein/Montblanc’s pre-Oscar bash in LA. “Chris grabbed Dianna’s hand and kissed her knuckles,” says a source, who noted that the two said goodbye with a kiss on the cheek and a lingering hug.
So is this a good idea? Heck yes! If Alex was really as volatile as he seems (and even if he wasn’t), Dianna is at a fragile, vulnerable stage where she needs to be reassured that she will find love again. It isn’t like she rushed into a full-blown relationship with Chris; she simply indulged in a little harmless flirtation — and there is nothing wrong with that!
So what should you do in a similar situation? For one, never mistake a rebound relationship with true love. You’re going to feel unhappy and low after a breakup, and you don’t want to meet your next BF while you’re in that state! You want to meet someone when you’re at your best, when you can meet somebody that’s truly compatible for you — not someone who’s only there to pick up the pieces of your broken heart.
So go ahead and take a page out of Dianna’s relationship diary. Flirt away! It’s going to make you feel better, I guarantee it. At the very least, it will prove that your heart, indeed, will go on.