After nearly two months of dating, Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez have called it quits, according to the New York Daily News on Wednesday. Reportedly, they split after a huge fight in Ibiza, Spain. However, an insider says that Efron still wants to date Rodriguez.
A source close to the celebrity couple claims that Efron is "still very into" 36-year-old Rodriguez. Apparently, more than she's into the 26-year-old "High School Musical" star. The same source told Us Weekly that Rodriguez is going to do her own thing, and Efron knew this about her when they hooked up.
Although rumors are swirling that the couple broke up after a big fight in Spain, Rodriguez is reportedly known for breaking hearts after short relationships. The "Fast & Furious" star recently broke off a whirlwind romance with model Cara Delevingne before dating Efron. Rodriguez also dated "Fast & Furious" co-star Vin Diesel, as well as "S.W.A.T." co-star Olivier Martinez.
In several interviews, Rodriguez has stated she's not lesbian but has experimented with both sexes. Said Rodriguez in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, "I've gone both ways. I do as I please." Rodriguez went on to say that she's getting older. "Eventually, it's going to wrinkle up and I'm not going to be able to use it. I am too curious to sit here and not try when I can."
Efron, on the other hand, is more into long-term commitments. He dated "High School Musical" co-star Vanessa Hudgens from 2005 until they abruptly broke it off in December 2010. Reportedly, Efron still hasn't lost hope with continuing a romantic relationship with Rodriguez. According to the source, he still wants to be with her.
Efron and Rodriguez were first spotted together as a couple in Italy over the July 4 holiday weekend. They were in Italy to spend time with mutual friend Gianluca Vacchi but were later seen laughing and making out on a yacht. Several other times during their short romance, the couple was spotted making public displays of affection. "They have great chemistry," said an insider, but according to Rodriguez on Sunday, she "no longer has the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations."