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Tiffany Haddish and Common are going their separate ways after a year together. A source tells People that the couple's split is due to busy schedules and a lack of opportunity to be together.

"They are never in the same city together and both of them are just too busy for a serious relationship," the source says.

ET has reached out to reps for both stars for comment.

Haddish confirmed the two were a couple on Steve-O’s Wild Ride podcast back in August 2020, joking that she and the 49-year-old bald rapper/actor were "twins now" after she shaved her head the month before. 

Haddish and Common first met while filming the 2019 movie The Kitchen, but she insisted that there "wasn't anything sexual or anything like that because my eyes were set on something else" at the time. 

Then in April, the two went on a virtual Bumble date while quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic, and sparks started to fly. A few months later, they were seen at a Black Lives Matter protest together. 

"And then he got tested for everything, I got tested for everything, and yeah, we've been f**king," she quipped. 

That same month, Common gushed over the actress and comedian to guest host Elaine Welteroth during an appearance on Live With Kelly and Ryan

"She's a wonderful woman, a queen and just a beautiful person, man," Common said. "You know, I just care for her a lot, enjoy her, and am grateful to have her in my life. I'm happy."

The pair have been a fan favorite on social media for being very open about their relationship. In September, Haddish told ET that even when they argued, their disagreements were filled with laughter.

"We don't really argue. When we argue, it's kind of hilarious, I think. Like we laugh a lot. In our disagreements, there's a lot of laughter. But he hears me though. Like some guys would be like, 'Oh, she's just joking.' But I'm serious. But I might sugarcoat things. I put a little syrup with a little seasoning on it. I'm blunt, but it's with a little seasoning. So if I don't like something, I'll make it very clear that I don't like it, but I do it in a way that's not, like, offensive or, like, I'm not trying to hurt his feelings. I care about his feelings," Haddish shared.

For more on the former couple, watch the video below.

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Natalie is looking for the One and the future father of her children after her separation from Mike. On the latest episode of 90 Day: The Single Life, Natalie went on a blind date with a model and wasn't shy about letting him know what she's looking for.

Natalie went to her hairstylist, Ryan, to get a new look for her date and shared that she met the model through an online platform in which models look for agents. She asked the man running the platform if he knew anyone she could date and he set her up with a model named Johnny. Natalie noted that he was nothing like Mike, which she liked. But she also had reservations about him since on his social media, he had pictures of himself with alcohol. A big issue between Natalie and Mike was that she didn't like to drink and he did.

Natalie was glowing after her makeover, and was nervous about her first date in America as a single woman.

"To be honest, I'm afraid to be hurt again," she said. "I want to know who's he. I want to consider, does he fit into the idea of being my husband and the father of my child?"

Upon meeting Johnny, Natalie said he looked even better in person but was immediately put off by him drinking a Red Bull and vodka. When he asked her what she wanted to drink, she got serious -- fast.

"I'm not a party girl and I would not want to look for a party guy because we would not match," she told him bluntly. "Because I want to be a mother and I want to have a child. And I'm sorry for that I'm difficult. It's the way am I, so, better drink water but my child is going to be healthy. I'm telling you. I'm sorry."

Johnny told cameras he noticed that Natalie was on edge, but that he was "good with women" and wanted her to trust him. He also said that he was definitely attracted to her. He told Natalie that he didn't want her to be upset and replaced his drink with water, and she was impressed with the gesture.

"It makes me feel good because Michael never choose me over alcohol," she said.

She also loved that Johnny said he believed in God "100 percent" when she asked him. Another major issue between Mike and Natalie was that she was religious but Mike said he only believed in aliens.

"My marriage with Mike was spoiled by him believing in aliens," she said. "And for me, it is extremely important for my man to believe in God. So I feel kind of relieved that Johnny, he doesn't see alien in the sky. You know, good."

Johnny noted to cameras that he felt that something was there between him and Natalie and would love to go on a second date, but that she was very guarded and was obviously holding back. As for Natalie, she turned down Johnny's attempts to hold hands and gave him a hug goodbye. She did agree to a second date when he asked her.

"I'm excited to see Johnny again, but I worry about getting hurt again," Natalie, who already went through one divorce before she met Mike, noted. "That's why I'm being more cautious because I can't constantly get married and get divorced, I'm tired of it. I just want family and child. I just want good guy -- just good guy."

During last week's episode of 90 Day: The Single Life, Natalie revealed that she and Mike were technically not divorced and that she wanted to show him what he lost.

"My current relationship with Mike is married separated," she told cameras. "We decided not to divorce but we decided to date other people. Hopefully, I meet good man. My dream man likes to be ordered by me. In short, in relationships I like to be in charge. ... I like to be in charge. Oh my god, it's my need. What turns me on is huge man under my control. This is my perfect man, I'm telling you."

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Michelle Young has a lot to say about her first night as the Bachelorette! ET's Lauren Zima spoke with Michelle, along with Bachelorette hosts Kaitlyn Bristowe and Tayshia Adams, ahead of Tuesday's season premiere, and they didn't hold back their thoughts on Ryan's betrayal, Nayte's first impression and Joe's past ghosting problem.

Ryan was quick to catch Michelle's attention when he showed up in an ice cream truck, but that soon ended when Kaitlyn and Tayshia revealed that they'd found notes about how to get a good edit and more screen time in his room.

"I remember going in and seeing some of these documents and they were talking about who to act like on previous seasons, how to not be the villain, how to get the most time, so it was it was very eye-opening," Kaitlyn told ET. "... It looked like he was a very big fan of the show."

Meanwhile, Tayshia called their discovery in Ryan's room "quite disturbing."

"It was like an Excel document, front and back, multiple pages," she said. "I had never seen anything like it before."

While Michelle felt similarly at first, she initially decided to hear Ryan out.

"I think the hardest part with all of these situations coming in, is it truly is your first impression. I have some good friends who I didn’t have a good first impression with them and now we are extremely close," Michelle told ET. "I think it was hard because you are trying to make a decision that is best for you, and you want to fall in love and you want to make sure you don’t send the wrong person home."

In the end, though, Michelle decided to listen to her gut and send Ryan home as he was "just not the person" for her. It's a choice she does not regret.

"I'm a stick-to-my-guns person for the most part," she said. "When I'm thinking through things, I try to be logical. I have emotions, but also try to see if my heart and my head are in sync. I feel like I made the right decisions."

One of her other decisions of the night included handing out her first impression rose to Nayte.

"I'm not a love-at-first-sight [person, but was] honestly very attracted to him as he came out of the limo," Michelle said. "I think the biggest part was when we sat down, we just had a natural conversation. That's kind of where that rose came from."

The hosts picked up on Michelle and Nayte's connection, too, with Tayshia telling ET, "There was just an unspoken chemistry there, which was really cool to watch."

Michelle also had a connection with Joe, someone she'd previously DM'd and been ghosted by. While she questioned his intentions, Michelle ultimately gave him a rose.

"We have a lot in common," she explained. "I think that was the one thing that just kind of [had me] wanting to learn more. That's why I kept him around."

Kaitlyn agreed with Michelle's decision to give Joe a rose. 

"If you feel something, why not explore that?" Kaitlyn said. "Even if it's gonna shake some things up in the house, guys are gonna question you, but as long as you are staying true to you and what you want, go for it."

As for what the rest of the season has in store, both Kaitlyn and Tayshia teased that it's going to be "really romantic."

"I feel like Michelle is so authentic in what she was looking for. I feel like she wasn't there for the wrong reasons. She wanted to go right back to her students after filming, and that's who she is," Kaitlyn said. "[There is] a lot of authenticity, romance, and some really heartbreaking heartbreaks. I cried a few times."

"It's like a fairy tale, which is different, I think," Tayshia added. "You guys will understand that word at the end. It unfolds beautifully."

Michelle, meanwhile, told ET that viewers "are going to see all of the emotions that take place in a relationship as relationships are building."

"They're gonna see me laugh, they're gonna see me get nervous, they're gonna see me figure everything out as a Bachelorette, and they're gonna see me cry," she said. "It's truly like everyone coming along with me for the ride. I hope it's a unique experience... I think all of the viewers are going to be on their toes."

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Michelle Young is ready for love. Season 18 of The Bachelorette kicked off Tuesday night, and ET is breaking down the biggest moments from the premiere in our recap below.

The episode began with Michelle, a teacher, discussing her want to emulate her parents' successful relationship, before viewers got a peek at the men hoping to fulfill that role.

Limo entrances followed -- with two firetrucks, an ice cream truck, and plenty of teacher puns to go around. A guy from Michelle's past showed up next, before another man was outed for having ill intent.

Keep reading for a full recap of the season 18 premiere of The Bachelorette.

Michelle's Journey Begins

Michelle opened the season by explaining, "My parents' relationship is so powerful. They’re the reason I’m still single, because I’m not going to settle until I have a love as powerful as theirs."

Her mom agreed, telling Michelle, "I want you to have someone like your dad, because your dad couldn’t be a kinder person, a more giving person. He is my everything, so I hope you can find your person that puts you first."

As for the kind of guy she wants to be her "soulmate," Michelle said she's looking for someone who's "genuine and passionate, completely authentic." 

"I just know that this will be my last time falling in love," she said. "I couldn’t be any more pumped. I’m ready to fall in love. School’s out for the summer, bring on the men!"

Meet the Rumored Bachelor

Chris S. billed himself as a goofy southern gentleman, while Minnesota-based Joe was hoping to use his and Michelle's shared hometown and biracial background to his advantage.

Viewers next got their first look at Clayton Echard, the man who is rumored to be the next Bachelor. (ABC has yet to comment on the speculation. ET previously reached out to the network.)

"I grew up in Missouri. It’s slower paced. I do kind of appreciate that," Clayton said in his intro video. "My family, they are my rock. They are the most important people. I have two younger brothers and we’re so close. Might as well have been a mini fraternity."

"In college I played football, so I’m absolutely excited to meet Michelle. She’s a former D1 athlete, so I think being one myself, it says so much about what type of person she is," he continued. "I love the fact that she’s a teacher. My mom’s a teacher as well, so I have a lot of respect for people that do that."

Nayte also has a teacher for a mom, while Brandon J. expressed that he's ready to settle down, and Chris G. said he "can't wait to fall in love."

Ryan was the last of the intros, and explained in his intro that he works on his family's ranch. He was quickly outed as someone who was potentially there for the wrong reasons when hosts Kailtyn Bristowe and Tayshia Adams discovered notes about getting more screen time and how to get a good edit in his hotel room.

The First Impressions

Now that viewers know her men, it was time for Michelle to meet them! The Bachelorette first met Nayte, who quipped, "It's better Nayte than ever."

Romeo and Jack came next, before Clayton made his entrance. The rumored next franchise lead admitted to Michelle that he used to get in trouble in school, telling her, "In case I do get out of line I brought you something," before handing her a ruler and turning around to offer her "one free swing."

After Clayton went inside, Michelle met Jamie, whom she thought had "some swag," before Chris S. opted out of the limo in favor of a school bus, and LT made a statement by showing up in a pair a tuxedo-printed underwear.

Rick made an impression next, as he met Michelle with his head coming out of a room service cart. "I want you to enjoy your appetizers tonight, but when you’re ready for your main course, come and find me," he told her.

Ryan, the man with the incriminating notes, arrived on an ice cream truck, which Michelle thought was "a pretty sweet entrance." Rodney brought the sweetness by showing up dressed as an apple, while self-proclaimed pizzapreneur Peter went the savory route, tossing pizza dough in the air.

Two firefighter entrances followed -- Daniel's on a toy fire truck, PJ on a real one -- before Brandon J. made his first impression by arriving on a bed. Spencer showed up dribbling next, while Bryan dipped her, and Martin did a backflip.

The Drama Begins

Minnesota-based Joe was the last entrance of the night, telling Michelle that he "can't wait to go back home" with her. The Bachelorette noted multiple times that she thought he looked familiar, before asking, "Have I slid into your DMs?"

Joe confirmed that he was the guy she thought he was, and Michelle revealed to viewers that she had "briefly" messaged him about basketball before he "ghosted" her.

After talking with a few other guys, Michelle confronted Joe about the situation. He explained that, at the time they were messaging, he'd been dealing with "a lot of anxiety" amid the aftermath of George Floyd's death.

"I didn’t feel like I was in a place to open up to somebody," he said. "I didn’t know how to express those feelings with you... It’s something that I wish I could’ve handled better, but I’m glad we’re having this conversation now." 

Michelle said she understood the situation better than most, and wished he'd communicated his feelings. The fact that he didn't, she said, made her worry that he may "shut down again." Joe promised the Bachelorette that he'd been working on his communication skills in therapy, and Michelle said she'd think everything over.

Michelle soon moved to chat with Ryan, whom she "connected with right off the bat." After the pair had some fun discussing ice cream, Tayshia and Kaitlyn told Michelle what they'd found.

Michelle was quick to confront Ryan about the notes in his room. He first tried to say that he was unfamiliar with the franchise, and a friend's wife had written them to help him out. However, Ryan later confessed to writing some of the notes himself. Michelle asked to see the notes in question, and Ryan agreed.

While Michelle looked through the evidence, Ryan told the cameras, "When I’m watching the episodes I write stuff about Michelle... My friends gave me summaries of what The Bachelor is, and that’s what’s written down there. There’s nothing disingenuous... I’m not trying to do anything for the right reasons. I’m here for the right reasons. I’ve just never seen the show enough."

Michelle wasn't buying it, telling Ryan, "I am not OK starting a relationship on red flags... Unfortunately, I will be walking you out."

The Roses

Michelle was quick to put the Ryan situation behind her, and have a good conversation with Nayte. While the sales executive admitted to being "a little bit guarded," he eventually opened up about his parents' divorce to Michelle. After their talk, Nayte said in a confessional that he was "ready to tell her everything about me."

Michelle seemed to feel similarly, as she later offered Nayte the first impression rose as she complimented him for pushing himself to be vulnerable. The pair went on to share the first kiss of the season.

"I feel what I came here to feel and that’s sparks, butterflies, and everything you want to feel when you kiss someone," Michelle told the cameras after the smooch.

The rose ceremony followed, and while Michelle wrestled with whether to keep former ghoster Joe around, she eventually decided to give him the final rose of the night.

The episode ended with a season preview, which previously aired earlier this month.

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