The pop star and the actor were first linked in November
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Rita Ora and Andrew Garfield have reportedly called it quits.

The Mirror was first to report on the breakup; a source told the U.K. outlet “the relationship just fizzled out” earlier this year, adding: “It’s sad but they have both accepted the situation and moved on.” The Sun soon confirmed the news as well, reporting Garfield called things off.

The pop star, 28, and the Oscar-nominated actor, 35, were first linked in November, British tabloids reported at the time. Neither Ora nor Garfield’s reps responded to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Neither Ora nor Garfield ever confirmed the romance; however they were photographed out and about together several times — including when they walked arm-in-arm last Christmas Eve in London’s Primrose Hill district.

Before coupling off with Ora, Garfield famously dated Emma Stone; the pair ended their four-year on-off relationship in 2015.

Meanwhile, the “Let You Love Me” singer has been linked to Rob Kardashian, Calvin Harris, Bruno Mars, and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.

As whispers of her relationship with Garfield began swirling in November, Ora told PEOPLE: “I never know what I’m looking for. I don’t actually [have a type], at all.”

In January, Ora — who is on her Phoenix World Tour through May — told PEOPLE about dating in the spotlight.

“It’s part of the territory. You pick and choose,” she told PEOPLE of weathering dating rumors. “I don’t complain about it. I just don’t put attention toward it.”