Broadway hunk Cheyenne Jackson will soon be back on the market. The Glee actor and his husband of two years, Monte Lapka, are finally pulling the plug on their relationship after the pair have been "living separate lives" for some time, a source tells Us.
"I haven't hear one particular reason for the separation, but Cheyenne seems to have been changing a lot this past year," the source said. "His new tattoos … really show how he's trying to transform himself. I have no idea why he's doing it, but I've been watching it happen, really fast, this past year."
Jackson, 38, and Lapka, a physicist, have been together for 13 years, and tied the knot during a Hamptons beach ceremony in September 2011.
"It's official, after 11 years together, Zora's no longer a bastard," Jackson captioned a shot of the pair together on Twitter. The NYC-based couple share a dog, Zora, together. "Married the best man I've ever known."
In a statement issued to Playbill.com on Wednesday, July 31, a rep for the actor called the decision to divorce a mutual one.
"It is an amicable parting, and, understandably, a private matter," the statement reads.
Jackson was last seen on Broadway in The Performers.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Cheyenne Jackson, Husband Split After Two Years of Marriage: "They've Been Living Separate Lives"
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