Michelle Williams and Jason Segel Split - Who She Should Date Next

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Michelle Williams and Jason Segel Split - Who She Should Date Next

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There's no more magic in the romance of Michelle Williams and Jason Segel.

The "Oz the Great and Powerful" actress and the "How I Met Your Mother" star decided to call off their relationship earlier this month after a year of dating. While the couple seemed to be enjoying their low-profile relationship, it seems the long-distance aspect of their lifestyles got the better of them. The actress maintains her home in New York with her daughter Matilda, 7. The actor spends most of his time in Los Angeles filming his hit CBS sitcom.

Don't worry, Williams isn't letting the news of the breakup slow her down. The actress has been busy working the press in Russia in anticipation of the upcoming "Wizard of Oz" prequel in which she plays Glinda, the Good Witch of the North.

Now that she's a single gal-about-town who should the star date next? Here are a few guys that come to mind:

James Franco: Since the two are going to be busy together promoting the big "Oz" epic, they may as well spend some of their down time with a bit of romance. The actor, who recently shrugged off rumors about his sexuality, has been a single man since calling off his five year relationship with actress Ahna O'Reilly in 2011.

Dan Byrd: The actress just had an on-screen reunion with her "Dawson's Creek" co-star Busy Philipps on the TBS sitcom "Cougar Town." The three-time Oscar nominee was on hand for a cameo as the foster sister of Philipps' character, Laurie, on the show. Maybe she had a few minutes for a bit of romance with the young actor who portrays Courteney Cox's son on the show.

Jason Segel: They may have thrown in the towel on their relationship, but we're hoping for a romantic reunion for these adorable stars who seemed to be a match made in Hollywood heaven! Since his show was recently renewed for a ninth (and final) season, they may have to figure out a way to both be on the same coast for a while.

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