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Lea Michele splits from actor boyfriend - report

Published 08/07/2016

Lea Michele
Lea Michele

Lea Michele reportedly splits from boyfriend of two months.

Unlucky-in-love actress Lea Michele is single again, just days after celebrating America's Independence Day holiday with her now-ex, Robert Buckley.

Multiple reports suggest the 29-year-old former Glee star and her boyfriend of two months, actor Buckley, have split.

The couple began dating in May (16), after Lea broke up with another ex, Matthew Paetz, and the actress was visibly giddy about her new man at the FOX Upfronts in New York in May, when she told U.S. news show Entertainment Tonight she was "super happy" when asked about her new love.

"You know, I'm just feeling really great right now and super happy," she said. "I feel very, very, very lucky and grateful in my life right now and that's all that matters."

Meanwhile, Buckley, who was spotted holding Lea's hand on the set of their new TV show, Dimension 404, last month, referred to her as "my girl" in an Instagram post last month (Jun16).

The split news is particularly shocking because Lea and Robert spent the Fourth of July weekend (begs02Jul16) together. Michele even posted a snap of herself and her man hanging out with friends by the pool on Instagram.

Lea previously dated boyfriend Paetz for two years. It was her first serious relationship since the death of her beloved Glee co-star Cory Monteith, who died following a drug overdose in 2013.

Meanwhile, Buckley's reported exes have included reality TV star Whitney Port, and actresses Lindsay Price and JoAnna Garcia, before she wed baseball star Nick Swisher. All three alleged former girlfriends are now married - Port wed producer Tim Rosenman in November (15) and former Beverly Hills, 90210 star Price has two kids with celebrity chef Curtis Stone.

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