So sad. Britney Spears and her boyfriend of eight months, Charlie Ebersol, have decided to end their relationship, a new report claims. She even wiped any trace of him from her Instagram account. Find out all the details here!
Oops! She’s single again. Britney Spears and Charlie Ebersol have allegedly split, according to a surprising new report. After eight months of dating, Britney and Charlie decided to go separate ways. So much for those engagement rumors.
Britney and Charlie first started dating in October 2014, and they both attended the 2015 Billboard Music Awards together in May. It was there that they were “very flirty and in PDA and love mode,” an eyewitness told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
This is so sad. Especially considering Britney’s sons, Jayden, 8, and Sean, 9, spent a lot of quality time with Charlie. They even posed for a Christmas photo together. And on Valentine’s day, Charlie gave Britney a huge cake that read, “Charlie loves Britney.”
Unfortunately, Britney hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to relationships. She famously dated Justin Timberlake from 1999 to 2002. In January 2004, she was married to her high school sweetheart, Jason Alexander (for just 55 hours), and later that year, she married Kevin Federline. But they divorced in 2007. She was also engaged to Jason Trawick between 2011 and 2013. And after that, she dated David Lucado, who allegedly cheated on her. With all the recent engagement rumors, we were seriously hoping that Britney had finally found “the one.” Sadly, she did not. But there might be hope on the horizon.
For Father’s Day, Britney traveled to Louisiana, where she cozied up to Southeastern Louisiana University football player Harris Beall. Has she already moved on? See the pic below.
Harris retweeted the pic and wrote:
Oops I think I’m in love
— Harris Beall (@BeallWithIt) June 22, 2015
HollywoodLife.com has reached out to Britney and Charlie’s reps for comment.
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Russ Weakland