Our hearts are breaking over this social media celeb split!
But, Miz Ballinger stressed that her former flame didn't wrong her in any way, adding:
Instead, the singer clarified that they ultimately weren't a good fit together:
Makin' history up in here!
Not only are there more out players than ever before, but Team USA also marked a major milestone when Chris Mosier became the first transgender athlete to make the squad!
The 30-second spot features a narrator asking Chris about his undeniable courage, but the runner spoke even more about making the team off camera, saying:
Whether they're just for show or not… you can't deny how cute they are together!
We've already shown you some highlights from their vacation down under, but the most precious moment from their mini holiday has to be Tom awkwardly dodging questions about his new boo!
Apparently, reporter Hayley Webb thought the best time to get some scoops from the Thor actor was while he was in the middle of a sweaty run on Saturday…
Luckily, when asked what girlfriend Taylor was most excited about doing while visiting the Gold Coast, the James Bond-in-training perfectly played off the potentially awkward moment, saying:
Chris Mosier is making history… again!
Last year, the sports star became the first transgender individual to earn a spot on the US National Team of the gender he identifies with, rather than the one he was given at birth.
And now, the 35-year-old is the first out transgender athlete to be featured in ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue!
The duathlete — who competes in events that feature both running and biking legs — posed completely nude for the spread, bravely baring his body in these shots (above)!
In a sneak peek of the upcoming issue, the inspirational athlete told ESPN that he had wanted to be in this specific issue for over a year, explaining that he finally feels comfortable with his body:
"I think the reason I felt so inspired to do it is that I'm finally at a place where I feel very comfortable with my body. And as a trans person, being in a body that didn't really fit me for 29 years, now I feel very comfortable in my own skin."
Chris even admitted that before he transitioned, he viewed fitness as a way to be more connected to his body, and would put on muscle in certain places to feel more masculine.
He says that's why being featured in this spread is such a moving moment for him:
History has been made!
In fact, the 33-year-old revealed that being recognized on the publication's cover is particularly sentimental, since running was a huge part of her transition, saying:
"Running helped me get through the mental and emotional struggles I went through while I was transitioning. I was able to clear my head and approach things from a much better perspective."
The software engineer also expressed that this is an incredible milestone for the LGBT community, adding: