“Ted Lasso” actor Jason Sudeikis has finally spoken up about his split from Olivia Wilde. Upon making it to the major nominees of the Emmys, Sudeikis talked about his ex-beau. According to him, the split occurred towards the end of 2020 and yet, there is severe uncertainty about the reason for parting ways.
In a GQ interview published on Tuesday, Jason Sudeikis indirectly stated that he needs time to move on from their relationship. “I’ll have a better understanding of why in a year,” claimed the heartbroken Sudeikis. Apart from taking responsibility and being accountable, there is also much more that needs to be done to “learn something beyond the obvious from it,” stated the actor.
Last November, the internet was set ablaze with rumors of Sudeikis and Wilde ending their seven-year engagement. The two had been dating since 2011 and have two children, seven-year-old Otis, and 4-year-old Daisy.
Soon after the breakup rumors died down, Wilde was suspected of being in a relationship with singer Harry Styles. The two were often seen getting cozy on several occasions, sparking chemistry that didn’t go unnoticed by the public.
At the start of this year, Styles filmed “Don’t Worry, Darling,” a psychological thriller opposite Chris Pine, Florence Pugh, Gemma Chan, and several others. Coincidentally, the film has been directed by none other than actress Olivia Wilde.
In conversation with GQ, Jason Sudeikis revealed that he and Wilde are no longer sharing the home they had in Brooklyn. Since it was under renovation, Wilde and the kids had been residing in an apartment in Brooklyn Heights. Recently, Sudeikis and the kids returned to the house and Sudeikis noted that it had lost the essence of “home.”
Given all that has happened, Sudeikis considers the past year to be a rather difficult one for him. However, he is making a conscious attempt to look at the bright side of things. According to the actor, hitting a major low in life can either make you become “412 bones or land like an Avenger.” In the case of Sudeikis, he is choosing to opt for the latter.