It seems like another high-profile couple is dunzo.

According to Us Weekly, the 2012 Miss Universe winner Olivia Culpo and newly signed Miami Dolphins wide receiver Danny Amendola have ended their two-year relationship. An inside source told the magazine that “distance and them barely seeing each other,” led to the relationship's demise. “He got signed to the Miami Dolphins and Olivia wasn’t going to move there.” According to the insider, Amendola also had gripes with Culpo posing nude for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. “Danny couldn’t handle Olivia’s demanding lifestyle and wasn’t pleased with certain choices she was making,” another source told E! “The constant travel was also causing a rift.”


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Culpo and Amendola began dating in 2016 and have been putting their budding romance on display in the media ever since. "I met her on the corner of Hollywood and Vine, just walking down the street and we bumped into one another," Amendola told reporters. "It's crazy." With her modeling experience, Olivia was able to give her now ex-boyfriend some pointers for his runway debut at New York Fashion Week for Philipp Plein's 2017 show. "He said, ‘Where should I look? Should I look at you?'" Culpo told Women's Wear Daily. "I was like ‘No, don't look at anybody. Look straight ahead.'"

According to E!, Culpo is heartbroken but is trying to move on the best she can. "Olivia is upset about it but is really keeping busy and trying to move on," the source said. "There could be a chance of reconciliation in the future but as of now they are split. Olivia is leaning on her sister a lot for support and has many projects coming up that are keeping her mind off of the heartbreak."

Culpo confirmed the breakup while speaking to Access Hollywood. “We are broken up. It’s just so fresh for me. I don’t feel comfortable talking about it." She continued, “Everybody goes through breakups in life. Everybody has their own way of handling it [...] I am sure everybody can relate to heartbreak.”