Brooke Hogan has reportedly called off her engagement.
The 25-year-old blonde, whose father is wrestling legend Hulk Hogan, is said to have called time on her relationship with American football player Phil Costa a few weeks ago following his Las Vegas proposal in June.
According to gossip website TMZ, the singer-and-actress has decided to cool her relationship with the Dallas Cowboys player in order to focus on her music career.
Sources told the website Brooke has recently moved back to Los Angeles to be closer to her mother and finish off her album.
While Hulk eventually approved Brooke's engagement to Costa, he initially hinted he wasn't happy about the pair planning to wed by posting a mysterious message on Twitter in June shortly after hearing the news.
The 60-year-old star wrote: ''Where's the truck that ran over me twice? Hogan and Vegas doesn't work brother HH (sic)''
Brooke announced the engagement on Instagram, writing: ''Happiest moment of my LIFE. I am marrying my best friend. I wouldn't choose anyone else. I am so lucky and so grateful. (sic)''
She also posted another blurry photo with the caption: ''I look scary but this is the face of total SHOCK. (sic)''
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