After two high-profile proposals,is a single man once again.
Appearing on “” Friday, the “Queer Eye” culture guru revealed that he and fiancé have split after a decade together. The couple’s time in lockdown during the crisis, he added, prompted them to reevaluate their relationship.
“We broke up about three and a half months ago,” Brown told guest host. “We went to virtual counseling, we did a lot of things. But eventually, I was like, this is a moment where I need to decide, ‘Is my happiness important?’”
“Once I made that decision, I said, ‘You know, we’re going to have to break up,’” he added.
Brown and Jordan, a film and television director,. They originally planned to marry this summer, but decided to postpone the wedding after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic.
In May, Brownto mark their 10th anniversary and documented the occasion on Instagram. About a month later, however, their wedding was off again ― this time, for good.
The split, Brown said, was amicable.
“We’re good friends,” he said. “I want him to be happy, he wants me to be happy. But yeah, no more wedding.”
The pandemic has also delayed the production of the sixth season of “Queer Eye,” which will.
Once filming was halted, Brown said he returned to his home in Los Angeles, where he is still taking the coronavirus “very seriously.”
“That first couple of days, I was like, ‘How in the world did everyone start baking bread, working out?′ Because I was still in my robe, trying to just make sure my kids were OK,” he said Friday. “After a couple of weeks, I started to get a routine, started to get myself together … and then just really found other ways to figure out how to focus on me and the things that make me happy.”
According to Brown’s co-star Bobby Berk, the Fab Fiveto the Lone Star State “at some point this year,” though no official date has been set.
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