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Joe Jonas and Gigi Hadid 'split'

Published 04/11/2015

Joe Jonas and Gigi Hadid
Joe Jonas and Gigi Hadid

Joe Jonas and Gigi Hadid are no longer together, according to a new report.

Joe Jonas and Gigi Hadid have reportedly ended their romance.

The 26-year-old singer and 20-year-old model began dating in the summer (15), and graced the red carpet of Global Lyme Alliance inaugural gala in support of Gigi's mother Yolanda Foster, who was honoured, in New York City in October (15). It seems things have since ground to a halt, although the breakup isn't though to be acrimonious.

"Joe and Gigi’s relationship recently ended," an insider told People magazine. "Nothing serious happened... it wasn’t a dramatic breakup. It was just hard to make it work with their schedules. They will definitely remain friends."

Neither Joe nor Gigi has commented on the report at the moment. The news comes as something of a surprise as the pair were thought to be close, with Gigi even directing Joe's new band DNCE's Cake By The Ocean music video.

"Everybody really looked up to her to lead and she really came through and showed us that she could do it," he previously gushed.

He also showed his support after Gigi's curvaceous figure saw her become the victim on internet trolls. She was cast in many shows during the Spring/Summer 16 Fashion Week season in September (15) and October (15) but some suggested she didn't have the body to be a catwalk model. Refusing to let the mean barbs bring her down, Gigi lashed out with a message on Instagram.

"Your mean comments don't make me want to change my body," she said. "If I didn't have the body I do, I wouldn't have the career I do. I love that I can be sexy. I'm proud of it."

Joe gave his backing by posting an image of the star on the Versace runway, alongside the simple caption: "My Girl Just Killed It.

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