Chace Crawford, Rachelle Goulding Break Up: "It's Totally Good," Actor Says of Split

Celebrity News Jul. 16, 2014 AT 10:10AM
Chace Crawford and Rochelle Goulding After over a year of dating, Chace Crawford has split from his model girlfriend Rachelle Goudling; "It's totally good," the Gossip Girl hunk says of the breakup. Credit: James Devaney/WireImage

Over and out! Chace Crawford and his model girlfriend Rachelle Goulding are no longer an item. The Gossip Girl hunk delivered the news of his split himself during a Wednesday, July 16 interview with Sydney's The Kyle and Jackie O Show.

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The hosts asked Crawford whether he was still dating "the hot chick." The actor, 28, responded, "Ah, no. I'm not. I'm not."

"It's totally good… totally good," Crawford said of the split, adding that it was amicable. "We had fun," he concluded.

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The heartthrob, who played Nathaniel Archibald on the popular show (costarring Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, and more), was first spotted cozying up to Goulding, 27, at a Knicks game in March 2013. At the time, a source told Us Weekly that the good-looking pair didn't have "anything serious" going on between them.

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Crawford has previously been linked to stars like Ashley Greene and Carrie Underwood. When asked what qualities he looks for in a potential mate, Crawford told Pop Sugar in April 2012, "I love a girl who's really spontaneous, someone who's up for going on a camping trip, or concert or sporting event."

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With his love life on a temporary hiatus, Crawford said his main focus is currently his film career, including roles in Eloise and Mountain Men. "I am traveling too much right now," Tony Romo's brother-in-law said. "I am just trying to move in [to my new West Coast pad] and I have a couple of independent films right now."

The former New York City resident said dating in his new town will also require an adjustment. "L.A. is different," Crawford noted. "It's definitely a different town from New York, especially for meeting people."

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