Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. After weeks of endless breakup rumors, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Nick Jonas and Olivia Culpo have split. Nick actually ended the relationship after Olivia started to get increasingly jealous. Find out all the details!
Nick Jonas, 22, is back on the market! The incredibly sexy singer recently ended his two-year relationship with Olivia Culpo, 23, for a myriad of reasons. But Olivia’s jealousy played the biggest part in their breakup, which seems pretty ironic, considering Nick’s biggest hit is “Jealous” and it was written for her.
“It all started to go downhill after the Billboard Music Awards. It’s actually quite ironic, but Olivia started to get increasingly jealous over the amount of girls who were hitting on Nick and it just got to be too much. Ultimately, Nick ended it and broke up with her. Olivia is also busy with her own career right now, whereas she used to travel with him all the time everywhere, so differing schedules and distance also played a part in the breakup,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. This is so sad! We love Nick and Olivia so much we just had to take a look at their relationship from start to finish! Olivia is even convinced that she can get Nick back, and is putting a plan into action.
Rumors of a split first started circulating when Nick and Olivia were both in NYC on June 11 for work purposes, but failed to spend any time together. They even slept at two different hotels, sources told the Daily Mail. They also haven’t been spotted together, publicly, since the 2015 Billboard Music Awards on May 17.
Olivia and Nick met at a New York Fashion Week event several years ago, according to Us Weekly, and in October 2014, he said, “It’s been an amazing year and a half now. She’s the best.” Sadly, he must not feel the same way today.
HollywoodLife.com has reached out to Nick and Olivia’s reps for comment.
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