Ryan Seacrest and Girlfriend Aubrey Paige Split After 3 Years Together

The two reportedly plan to remain 'good friends.'

Ryan Seacrest and Aubrey Paige have ended their three-year relationshipPeople reported. "After three beautiful years together, Ryan and Aubrey have mutually decided to part ways," a source close to the couple told People.

"They plan to stay in each other's lives as good friends and support one another's endeavors." Seacrest's rep has confirmed the split, according to the outlet. They first became public as a couple in May 2021 when they were seen celebrating Memorial Day together in the Hamptons. Seacrest, 49, and girlfriend Paige, 26, have attended several events together, including LACMA's 2022 Collectors Committee Gala and Jennifer Lopez's Halftime premiere in June 2022. Still, they have mostly kept their relationship private.

Despite this, their social media posts showed some signs of their romance. "Safe to say the best part of 2021 was meeting the most incredible man," she captioned photos of the couple that year on New Year's Eve. "Wishing everyone love, happiness, safety & health in 2022."

In April 2023, Paige was in attendance with Seacrest's parents and sister as he announced his retirement from Live with Kelly Ripa, and later posted: "Ryan, never have I ever met a more inspiring man… You make it look so easy, but the truth is there is just nobody quite like you. I am so beyond proud of you. Not just for your work ethic, but for your caring heart and the genuine love that you give to others."

Paige most recently promoted her new wine game, Sippin on Somethin', on Seacrest's On Air with Ryan Seacrest. "Congratulations @aubreypaige_ for bringing this great idea to life, so proud of you," the star wrote on April 4. 

In September, Seacrest, who has managed multiple high-profile jobs, including American Idol, his radio show, and his foundation, will officially take on Wheel of Fortune hosting duties after Pat Sajak's retirement.

Speaking out about the big news, Seacrest wrote in his first statement, "I'm truly humbled to be stepping into the footsteps of the legendary Pat Sajak. I can say, along with the rest of America, that it's been a privilege and pure joy to watch Pat and Vanna on our television screens for an unprecedented 40 years, making us smile every night and feel right at home with them."

He continued, "Pat, I love the way you've always celebrated the contestants and made viewers at home feel at ease. I look forward to learning everything I can from you during this transition. Many people probably don't know this but one of my first jobs was hosting a little game show called Click for Merv Griffin 25 years ago so this is truly a full circle moment for me and I'm grateful to Sony for the opportunity. I can't wait to continue the tradition of spinning the wheel and working alongside the great Vanna White." Variety reported that, while he will no longer be the face of the iconic game show, Sajak will continue as a consultant for three years following his hosting retirement.