After splitting from her husband of almost six years, Mandy Moore has a new man in her life!
“I wasn’t a participant in my own life for awhile,” Moore, 32, told People.
“I poured so much of myself into my personal life and when that wasn’t as fruitful as I hoped it would be and I extricated myself from that situation, I was able to realize I wasn’t honoring myself and my dreams and what I wanted in life.” It wasn’t always ugly, she pointed out, but it wasn’t meant to be.
The “Candy” singer, who split from husband Ryan Adams after almost six years of marriage this past January, has been spending time with Dawes lead singer Taylor Goldsmith, and a source tells Us Weekly that they’re dating.
On Friday, July 24, Moore shared a photo on Instagram of the musician with his head bent down over a Scrabble board.
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“I think playing parents on screen now, you mainly sort of understand that it’s not easy and no one is perfect.” Playing parents to three children, the duo admitted they’ve since developed parental instincts and bonded with the younger members of their cast.
Referring to a selfie of himself with his onscreen children, Ventigmilia explained that he likes to take pictures with his co-stars to commemorate their time together.
Moore first came to prominence with her 1999 debut single, "Candy", which peaked at number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100.
After signing with Epic Records, she released her debut album, So Real, in 1999.
“You couldn’t pay me to go back five or ten years ago,” she said.