“Famously Single” stars Paul “DJ Pauly D” Del Vecchio and Aubrey O’Day have gone their separate ways after a year of dating.
A source told People magazine that Pauly, 37, and Aubrey, 33, broke up “fairly recently – some time over the weekend.” The insider elaborated, “They’re definitely broken up.
The breakup comes at a strange time for the former “Jersey Shore” star, who is going to be part of the recently-announced reunion series coming to E!
After getting together on the set of the reality series in November 2015, they announced they were done in May 2016, only to get back together soon after.
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The actress best known for her recurring role in “Parks and Recreation” already has a few more of those in the bag, including the upcoming “Ingrid Goes West,” which opens in August.
Courtesy of Sundance Jeff Baena: [Aubrey] researched all the prayer services in the film, which John C. That led her to come up with the name for the movie, because the names of the six services are all called “The Little Hours.” I don’t want to say she was an ambassador to the film, but she was interacting with the cast to make sure everyone was comfortable. I’ve been there from the beginning of every idea because we’re together. Jeff and I had to be hosting this experience together. I feel like everything comes together through that process. JB: She really stepped up as the producer of “Ingrid Goes West” as well.
Unsurprisingly, the actress had more than one hand in the production: It’s her first movie as a producer, and director Jeff Baena is her boyfriend. Reilly, Dave Franco, Molly Shannon, and a host of other comedic actors, is a loose adaptation of “The Decameron,” the 1353 short story collection by Giovanni Boccaccio.
However, “The Little Hours” is also notable for Plaza because it marks her first producing credit.
I feel like people think we're completely different, but [we] ended up being pretty alike in a lot of ways." Even though they've been going strong for several months, they are not using the terms "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" just yet.
"[Our] label is always ‘enjoying the moment.' That's the label I feel comfortable with," Aubrey stated with a laugh.