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Mandy Moore ‘dating new rocker’

Published 25/07/2015

Mandy Moore
Mandy Moore

Mandy Moore is said to be romancing another musician after splitting from estranged husband Ryan Adams earlier this year.

The former couple announced they were divorcing after nearly six years of marriage in January.

Rumours are rife Mandy, 31, is currently dating guitarist Taylor Goldsmith, who plays in folk-rock band Dawes.

And in a post she shared with fans on Friday, it appears she has confirmed this romantic speculation is indeed true.

“Flashback to last week when my 52 point word befuddled both of us,” she wrote in a caption attached to a picture of Taylor playing Scrabble, ending the message with a pink heart emoji.

Mandy has been spotted in the audience at several of Dawes recent shows. A few days ago she also shared pictures from the band’s performances in Minneapolis and Fargo, both major towns in the Midwest area of the United States.

Mandy and her estranged husband Ryan tied the knot in 2009 after dating for a year.

The Hotel Noir actress filed for divorce from him on January 23, citing irreconcilable differences.

Mandy and Ryan, 40, have previously noted the split is on friendly terms.

“Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams have mutually decided to end their marriage of almost six years,” representatives for the couple said in a joint statement to Radar Online. “It is a respectful, amicable parting of ways and both Mandy and Ryan are asking for media to respect their privacy at this time.”

Mandy is moving forward in her career as well, as the star is currently filming thriller 47 Meters Down.

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