Underwood Confirms Chase Split

Country star CARRIE UNDERWOOD has confirmed she and actor CHASE CRAWFORD have split.
The singer insists she has no hard feelings towards the Gossip Girl star, who dumped Underwood by text message.
She says, "It was completely mutual. We're both fine. We broke up over text so it's like 'Peace out.'
"It just didn't work. We both knew it didn't work and no hard feelings at all whatsoever... It's no big deal."
And Underwood, who has previously dated Jessica Simpson's new man Tony Romo, admits celebrity dating isn't always fun: "It's difficult while you're dating because people always make a lot bigger deal of things than they actually are."


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