Billie Eilish and Jesse Rutherford have broken up after less than a year together

Billie Eilish and Jesse Rutherford have broken up after less than a year together

'The Party's Over' for the couple!

Billie Eilish and Jesse Rutherford are no longer an item. 

The breakup has been confirmed by Page Six, and according to Billie's rep: “Billie and Jesse did split amicably and remain good friends.”

If you've been following their love story with a close eye, you might have noticed that Billie and Jesse haven't been seen together since their Coachella adventure in April.

Billie’s most recent public appearance at the MET Gala earlier this month was a solo one, although, we probably shouldn’t read into that too much as many other celebs attended without their partners.

But hold up, things got interesting after Billie was spotted getting cozy with Ava Capri, an actress from 'Love, Victor'.

They were seen together at an afterparty which raised a few eyebrows.

But, again, there is nothing super suss about these two hanging out, after all, can’t a gal have some friends?!

Now, I know rumours can fly, but Billie's rep wants to shut them down. They clarified that any talk of cheating is totally “false”. So, let's not jump to conclusions.

Remember how proud Billie was to announce her relationship with Jesse?

“Yeah, I do [have a boyfriend now],” she beamed.

Billie continued: “And it’s really cool, and I’m really excited, and I’m really happy about it. I managed to get my way to a point in my life where I not only was known by a person that I thought was the hottest f*cking f*cker alive, but pulled his ass.” 

“I did that shit. I locked that motherf*cker down.”

Fans initially had concerns about the 10-year age gap between them. But Billie and Jesse didn't let that get to them. They even seemingly made light of the criticism by dressing up as a baby and an old man for Halloween

Okay, that was a little controversial tbh! 

Now, we don't know the exact reason for their split, but it's great to hear that they're still on good terms. After all, staying friends after a relationship is always a win!