Sexy “Scream 4” star Hayden Panettiere broke up with her long time boyfriend, Wladmir Klitschko, after dating for two years. Guys, she’s single.
Hayden Panettiere and boyfriend Wladmir Klitschko have decided to part ways after a relationship that lasted two years. This is a big thing in show business, where usually relationships don’t get to see the year. However, it seems that no amount of time is too long or too short when two people decide they don’t want to share anything anymore.
US Weekly confirms the news. The magazine got a statement from the actress, who said that they both agreed on the separation. They decided it was the best thing to do for both of them. Still, they have “an amazing amount of love and respect for each other and remain very close friends.”
Hayden and her now ex-boyfriend, Ukrainean boxer Wladimir Klitschko blame the fact that they spend too much time apart for their break-up. The truth is living in 2 different places never helps a couple. Klitschko, 35, is a heavyweight world champ and his lifestyle is just as complicated and busy as Hayden’s who is 21.
The couple was last seen together at the Tribeca Film Festival that was held in New York just a few weeks ago. They were there to attend a documentary on his boxing career. Now, he tells People magazine that even though their relationship did not work out eventually, he still has a lot of respect for her as a person and as a friend and they had “ a great time together”. He hopes that they can remain friends “even after the situation”.
The couple was as funny as it was odd. And this was because of the difference in the height of the two. She is 5 foot 1 and he is 6 foot 6, which attracted many finny conversations. For example, they were once telling Ellen DeGeneres that no matter the difference in height, they still get along, even in bed. “Where there’s a will, there’s a way!” said Panettiere. She is right, but forgot to add that this “way” is costing both partners a lot of energy and it’s not just about getting along in certain parts of the home, but about a constant effort of keeping each other connected. And when the connection has to cross the Atlantic Ocean, you know, it could get difficult.