Titans quarterback Will Levis opened up about his split with his college girlfriend, Gia Duddy, for the first time after they were at the center of breakup rumors last fall.
Levis explained that he’s still getting used to single life after dating the influencer for three years during their college days.
“It’s been good, I mean, it’s something I’m not used to,” Levis said during an interview with The Spun this week. “I was with her for pretty much three years, so it’s something I’m still trying to navigate and figure out.
“That area of my life wasn’t really anything I was too concerned about through the football season because I was just focused on ball.
“I’m just hopefully trying to find eventually the right person for me, as we all are.”
When asked if he’s tried to shoot his shot with any celebrities after the split, Levis replied: “No, not really. Not that I’d share. But nothing of note I’d say.”
Levis and Duddy made headlines when Barstool Sports’ “Pardon My Take” podcast reported last September that the couple had split after three years of dating.
Prior to that, they captured the public’s attention during the 2023 NFL Draft when the former Kentucky Wildcats quarterback was selected 33rd overall by the Titans.
Duddy, who looked stunning in a red dress, was by his side in the green room, along with his family, as he slid out of the first round — and received plenty of TV time as cameras focused on Levis’ reaction until he was selected in the second round.
When asked if he thinks Duddy’s social media rise was due to her camera time at the draft, Levis explained that his ex “already had some stuff going on” prior to the draft.
Duddy, a Pennsylvania native — who graduated from Penn State University in May 2023 — currently has over 526,000 followers on TikTok and 236,000 Instagram followers.
Levis previously said on Barstool’s “The Mid Show” that Duddy’s TikTok followers doubled on first night of the NFL Draft.
The exes never addressed the split, until now.
Duddy has yet to speak publicly about the split, but she has hinted about her single status on social media.
The influencer has brand partnerships with L’Oréal cosmetics and Burger King, among others.
Duddy moved to Nashville last August, where she is living with friends, according to her TikTok, and the exes celebrated her 23rd birthday that same month.
Duddy supported Levis during his playing days at Penn State, where he was under center in 2019 and 2020, before transferring to Kentucky in 2021.