Madelyn and Chase avoid each other at awards show after split

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Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

Outer Banks stars Madelyn Cline and Chase Stokes, who recently split up after a year of dating, had an awkward run-in at last night's People's Choice Awards. Joining their fellow cast members on the red (actually green) carpet, the former couple kept their distance from each other as they posed for a photograph.

Tbf, it's pretty understandable that the pair would want to avoid each other. After all, who really wants to be cosied up to their ex all night in front of a million cameras? Not us, that's for sure.

It makes sense then, that they let their Outer Banks co-stars Austin North, Jonathan Daviss, Carlacia Grant and Madison Bailey stand between them as they smiled for the paparazzi.

Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images

The pair met on the set of season one, which was filmed back in 2019, although they didn't make their relationship Instagram official until a year later in June. Announcing their romance, Chase took to his Instagram to share a series of photos, captioned: "cats outta the bag ❤️."

Although it's unclear exactly when they started dating – or when they broke up – a source revealed to People in November that, "Madelyn and Chase are no longer together." The insider continued: "They were trying to work things out privately but broke up a couple of months ago."

Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Despite avoiding each other at last night's awards show, the pair wont be able to do so forever, as they're set to reunite for Outer Banks season three. As we all know, their on-screen characters are still very much in a relationship, so it remains to be seen whether their off-screen breakup will be written into the show.

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