Rosario Dawson and Eric Andre Split After One Year Together


Rosario Dawson and Eric Andre Split After One Year Together


A source close to Dawson reveals that the 'Daredevil' actress and the 34-year-old actor/comedian have broken up after a little over a year of dating.
It's over between Rosario Dawson and Eric Andre. A source close to Dawson has confirmed to PEOPLE that the "Daredevil" actress and the "Man Seeking Woman" actor have broken up after dating for around a year. Reps for the two have yet to comment on the news.

Dawson and Andre confirmed their relationship earlier this year, in February, after months of speculation. In a sit-down interview with Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" in April, the 38-year-old actress opened up about her romance with the 34-year-old actor/comedian.

When the late-night show host asked Dawson about their reaction to people not believing the reality of their relationship, she revealed that Andre took to social media to prove it's real after Chance The Rapper texted her in disbelief.

"He started posting more pictures of like our tongues touching and stuff, like personal pictures," the actress told Colbert at the time. "I was like, 'You're still a millennial man. You don't post the tongue pictures!' " she said of her reaction.

During the interview, Dawson also revealed that Andre took care of her while she recovered from surgery after a cyst ruptured on her ovary. "He took care of me in an adult diaper," she shared, adding, "That is love."

In September, Dawson shared on Instagram a series of throwback photos from her time in the hospital when Andre took care of her and she told him that she loved him. "What a difference a year makes... This weekend marks a year that I had to get emergency surgery to stop internal bleeding from a ruptured cyst on my ovary," she wrote in the caption.

She continued, "It was the first time I told [Eric] that I loved him (and very much not the last)," before saying that she's "Thankful for his care and all of the doctors and nurses and staff at the Desert Regional Medical Center."

"I wish I had practiced more of what I learned from my near death experience last year but so much is conceptualized as you go back to work and routine," she added. "Life has a way of reminding you again and again and again, though, what, and who is important."

What a difference a year makes... This weekend marks a year that I had to get emergency surgery to stop internal bleeding from a ruptured cyst on my ovary. It was the first time I told @ericfuckingandre that I loved him (and very much not the last). Thankful for his care and all of the doctors and nurses and staff at the Desert Regional Medical Center. The "privilege" of insurance and access to medical care. Vaneza is Resting In Paradise since May. Only 26 years young on this earth with us. I left Sierra Leone the Saturday before the floods. The community of the "land of smiles", ravaged by colonialism, climate change, Ebola, child soldiers, war, blood diamonds and more coming together to take care of each other yet again. Saving lives and picking up the pieces. I was front and center at the suicide at Burning Man this weekend. The firefighters endangering their own lives to try and save his. Americans standing together in vigil, honoring Heather Heyer's humanitarianism with solidarity against her senseless murder. I wish I had practiced more of what I learned from my near death experience last year but so much is conceptualized as you go back to work and routine. Life has a way of reminding you again and again and again, though, what, and who is important. Of the necessary work to do contemplating, meditating and healing yourself as you look out for others. Dreamers, immigrant families, refugees, #blacklivesmatter, #sayhername, Hurricane Harvey/Irma and terrorist survivors the world round, and more, call for our care, love and focus. It was 115 degrees in the Bay Area. Things are going to keep changing. The universe demanding that we pay attention, educate ourselves, and be activated to advocate and create better circumstances than we were given, for our generation and those to come. I'm so filled with gratitude and humility. Thank you for being the tribe I get to be a part of on this journey. I am at your service with unconditional love, acceptance, humor and light. Thank you.

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