Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes Breakup Rumors: Did They Split?

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Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes breakup rumors continue, with sources saying "They just weren't into it anymore." But Ariana spoke about Nathan's Christmas gift in a recent interview. Did Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes break up
Last week, reports of an Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes breakup swirled after Ariana hinted in an interview that they had split.

Later it was reported that the interviewer had asked about Ariana's ex-boyfriend Jai Brooks--and that's where the confusion came into play.

Now rumors have surfaced yet again that Ariana and Nathan did, in fact, split, with a source telling Us Weekly, "They just weren't into it anymore."

The couple first made their relationship public in September, when Nathan took to Twitter to confirm it, writing: "So, I guess it's obvious now . . . thanks to everyone who is being so lovely. I'm so happy #butweareterrified #pleasedontkillme #orariana"

In her February 2014 Teen Vogue interview, Ariana talked about how they were making their relationship work, noting, "It's not as tough as people would think. We have the same music manager, so we can see each other's schedules and plan little trips as often as we can."

A source close to Nathan, however, told Us Weekly they "hardly ever saw each other."

In a recent interview with Radio 1's Dan and Phil, Ariana was asked what she planned to get Nathan for Christmas.

She explained, "I don't want to just get him something fancy, it's very easy to get somebody a watch or cuflinks or a tie. I want to get something creative and thoughtful."

So...did Ariana and Nathan break up or what?

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