Survivor’s Ethan Zohn, Jenna Morasca break up after a decade together

Survivor power couple Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca, both of whom won their first seasons on the CBS show, have ended their relationship after more than a decade.

Besides competing multiple times on Survivor, they also were a team on The Amazing Race and had a syndicated show, Everyday Health. The former couple told People,

“It is with much consideration and a heavy heart that we are announcing that after 10 years of a loving relationship, the decision was made to move on without each other. We will carry with us the memories of a relationship grounded in love, laughter, support and friendship. We have experienced some of life’s greatest joys and toughest challenges together and our decision to be apart can never diminish that. We want to thank everyone for their support and we ask that our privacy be respected as we move forward.”

The two have appeared publicly as an inseparable team, from working on Ethan’s soccer charity to his battle with cancer. E! News has a selection of nice things Jenna said about their relationship in recent years.

This is the reality TV equivalent of Amy Poehler and Will Arnett breaking up: devastating.

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