Taron Egerton and his longtime girlfriend Emily Thomas split after six years of dating.

Prior to departing permanently, the 32-year-old actor collapsed on stage during the opening night of his West End production of Cock last month. To locate his next lucky woman, he has apparently now signed up for the celebrity dating app Raya.

The celebrity reportedly deleted any references to the assistant director from his Instagram profile because their relationship had grown “tight” as a result of their hectic schedules, according to sources close to the star.

Taron and Emily have both been incredibly busy over the past year, which has put a lot of stress on their relationship,” an insider told The Sun.

Both of them found it difficult when they split up. While he is now spending some time alone himself, he is open to meeting someone else soon.

To ease himself back into dating, he has been putting himself out there on Raya. Emily has contributed to high-profile films like Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Wonder Woman, and Justice League.

People who work for Taron were surveyed regarding their opinions.

In 2018, he split up with his girlfriend, but four months later, he announced their reconciliation at the pre-BAFTA Filmmakers Dinner.

The news that he and Emily had broken up after two years of dating was shockingly revealed by the actor who played Robin Hood in November of the same year.

A month later, at 4 in the morning, they were photographed leaving a party together and making out with Kirsty Gallacher, who was 42 at the time.

In order to portray Sir Elton John in the upcoming movie Rocketman, Taron claimed he was “reinventing” himself after the breakup by shaving his head.

He claimed that because he looked different after shaving his head, it helped him move past his breakup.

He added, “I had just finished the Elton John thing and my hair was horrible. It was incredibly liberated.” They had made my hair very thin, and I now had a bald area, so I decided to shave it off.

Not to be a downer, but I recently split up with my girlfriend, and it felt strangely like a new start… to change the way I appear. It was extremely liberating.

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Taron recently canceled his appearance in the West End production of Cock, in which he co-starred with Bridgerton native Jonathan Bailey.

The actor from Rocketman withdrew “for personal reasons.” After failing a Covid-19 test and passing out on stage on the play’s opening night, he was replaced.

Joel Harper-Jackson, the play’s understudy, will take up Taron’s part of M, according to a tweet from the play’s Twitter account. It is a production of Mike Bartlett’s 2009 play Cock, which was performed at London’s Ambassador Theatre.

Joel Harper-Jackson would continue to portray M in Mike Bartlett’s witty and sarcastic drama Cock until the end of its run, it was stated.

In this production, Taron Egerton originally portrayed the role, but he was forced to depart for personal reasons.

Taron’s understudy, Joel Harper-Jackson, was chosen to complete the performance in Taron’s stead despite the fact that he was unharmed immediately following the accident.

“As some of you may have heard, I passed out at the first performance of COCK last night,” Taron later commented on Instagram.

I’m in excellent form. I’m fine, but my neck hurts and my pride is bruised.

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I’ve chosen to see the silver lining, so if anyone was in the theater last night, please just state that I delivered such a passionate, electric performance that my body couldn’t handle it and I had to leave.

“Having said that, it sounds like you should do the entire act, not just the first three-quarters.

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