Update: 7/25/21: Actor Jason Sudeikis and model Keeley Hazell are back to being just friends. The pair, who were linked back in February, are “no longer romantic” with a source telling E! News, “Jason and Keeley were never in a serious relationship. It was definitely never a serious thing.” The source added that the pair “are also longtime friends who have been close for years.” Got it! For more on their brief romance, keep reading.
Original Story 2/18/21: Jason Sudeikis is moving on from his relationship with Olivia Wilde—and by that I mean he’s dating a British model named Keeley Hazell, whom he’s been friends with for years. The Sun broke news of Jason and Keeley’s romance, which comes as his ex Olivia is getting more serious with Harry Styles.
“When Jason found out about his wife and Harry, Keeley was one of the people whom he turned toward,” a source said. “During this time, he was understandably devastated, but she was brilliant and incredibly supportive.”
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The source continued and said “he invited her to join him for a dinner with mates in L.A., and their flirty banter quickly set tongues wagging. They have met up since, but obviously, it’s all very early days. Jason feels it’s too soon to leap into a new relationship—he is in absolutely no rush—but it’s a case of ‘watch this space.’”
Both People and E! News also confirmed Jason and Keeley are seeing each other, although both outlets say it’s hardly serious. “He’s enjoying spending time with her, but it’s casual for now,” E! News’ insider said. “They have known each other for a while and have always been friendly. It’s been nice for him while he’s in London to have someone to spend time with. He’s not looking for anything serious.”
Cool-cool-cool! Oh, and P.S. Page Six reports that Jason named a character in his new TV show Ted Lasso after Keeley. Casual.
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