It’s time for a break in showbiz.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have reportedly called time on their relationship and Charlize Theron is reportedly "bummed out" after Ryan Reynolds ended their relationship.
Charlize Theron and Ryan Reynolds (REUTERS)
The Disney actress Gomez - who has been dating the 'Baby' hitmaker since early this year - is said to have split from the 17-year-old singing sensation over concerns about his new-found bad boy pals.
Justin is said to have taken the split badly, and was spotted in tears after one of their arguments.
In recent weeks, Justin has been hanging around with former child burglar turned rapper Sean Kingston, ex-convict Lil Wayne, and has collaborated on a new track with Chris Brown, who put his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in hospital after attacking her in 2009.
However, the final straw allegedly came when Justin brought Sean to one of the19-year-old singer's concerts in Florida last week.
Meanwhile, 36-year-old Theron had been dating the 34-year-old actor - whose divorce from Scarlett Johansson was finalised in June - for two months but he has called time on their romance because he didn't want any serious involvement.
A source said: "He only wanted something casual, but she's in a rush to settle down, have kids and start a family since she's getting older.
"Charlize didn't take it very well when he broke it off. She knows deep down that it wouldn't have worked, but she is pretty bummed out about it all."
A friend of Charlize - who ended her nine-year relationship with Stuart Townsend last year - blamed their conflicting schedules for her split from Ryan.
The insider told Us Weekly magazine: "They're both too busy. And they were hardly ever together anyway."
Ryan recently admitted he is still not over the ending of his marriage to Scarlett, who he split from last December.
The 'Green Lantern' star said: "At the moment I'm just giving myself time to put everything that has happened behind me and I'm taking things as they come. But I'm going to be ready for a relationship again soon."