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Nick Jonas, Olivia Culpo ‘heartbroken over split’

Published 16/06/2015

Olivia Culpo and Nick Jonas
Olivia Culpo and Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas supposedly decided to end his two-year relationship with Olivia Culpo.

The 22-year-old Chains singer first got together with the 23-year-old former Miss Universe after they met at the 2013 Miss USA Competition.

Reports have recently emerged the pair called it quits and a source tells ET Online she was left “heartbroken” after he broke up with her.

It’s claimed although they have both been in New York City the past few days, Nick and Olivia are staying in separate hotel rooms.

Nick was spotted dining on his own last Thursday, which fuelled rumours they have split, as the pair spent a lot of time out and about together during their romance.

Rumours of a breakup first emerged after the 2015 Billboard Music Awards took place on May 17, as the pair haven’t been pictured together since.

Although Nick told ABC News just last week that his relationship with Olivia was “going well”, he has previously spoken about how their long-distance love affair was a challenge to manage.

"The long distance is tough and dealing with that is always an interesting thing but it's all good,” he told the outlet. “You know, we're both busy and young and enjoying life, and it's going well.”

Neither parties have addressed speculation their romance is over.

And other sources claim they are still very much together.

"They have not broken up,” an insider told E! News. “Like any couple they have their ups and downs, but their foundation is really strong and they love each other."

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