By Nicole Caico

It’s the end of the line for Josh Groban and Kat Denning’s celebrity relationship. After spending two years as a celebrity couple, the two stars are calling it quits. According to, a source said, “It was a mutual breakup. They are still friends and care about each other, but it’s not the right time for them now as a couple.” Both Groban and Denning will be busy with projects this coming fall, but there is no doubt it will take some time to recover from the split.

In celebrity news, this duo is no more! How do you know when your relationship is over and it’s time to move on?

Cupid’s Advice:

Break ups are never pleasant. Even if it’s mutual, like Josh Groban and Kat Denning’s, breaking up always leaves someone sad. But, there is a time and place for everything after all, and it’s important to know when your relationship is over and it’s time to move on:

1. Changed for the worse: You know it’s really time to call it quits on your relationship when you’ve had discussions with your partner and they make no change–or change for the worse. Every person is annoying in their own special way, and in a relationship you learn to deal with the other person. But when you have already had a few heart to hearts about needing more communication or wanting more support, and your other half makes no effort to give that to you, that’s a big red flag. It’s time to walk away.

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2. Timing: It may sound like an excuse, but if the timing is not right, you may have to call things off. Your career is taking off and his career is, too, but they’re taking off in two completely different directions. If you have to sacrifice opportunities or move somewhere, you don’t want to or can’t afford it may be time to call it quits.

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3. Fizzling out: If the thought of spending time with your partner no longer gets you excited, or if you both don’t miss each other while you’re apart, it could be a sign that your relationship is fizzling out. A dip in chemistry may be no fault of either person involved, but may be a reason to walk away from the relationship to find a new flame somewhere else.

How did you know it was time to end your relationship? Comment below!