Jordin Sparks and her boyfriend Dominic "Sage the Gemini" Woods have split.

The sixth-season American Idol winner is single again after a 10-month romance with the "Gas Pedal" rapper, Us Weekly reported.

Sparks and Woods, who appeared to begin dating in April 2015, have recently removed all cute photos of each other from social media.

Woods, 23, might've hinted there was trouble in paradise through a December Instagram post.

"Mentally and physically I am weak. I am seeing and feeling myself get weaker says the old me. My imagination is a horrible place that I battle with in my relationship (being jealous) etc I say to myself maybe I should work out till I push evil thoughts out of me and ask God to shine light in the dark I'm f-ckin myself up," he captioned a shirtless mirror selfie.

"I need to be a better man all the way around. So with that being said I will do so. Right now I'm actin like a bitch I'm makin bitch moves so I need to change that if I can get motivational words from you guys that would be amazing. Thanks."

Sparks, 26, told Entertainment Tonight in July she doesn't get into a relationship with a man unless she can envision the end goal of marriage. She's not the type to waste time on a casual relationship, and at the time, Woods was calling her his "wife."

Prior to Woods, Sparks was seriously involved with So You Think You Can Dance judge Jason Derulo, 25. They decided to call it quits in Fall 2014 after dating for three years.

Derulo told American Idol host Ryan Seacrest on his radio show in September 2014 that it wasn't exactly an "amicable" breakup with Sparks because there was barely any contact afterwards.

"I wouldn't say [we're on] good terms... but it's not a bad situation. There's no bad blood. We didn't end off on a weird way or a negative way," Derulo said.

Derulo also explained there was a lot of pressure on marriage and they were arguing too much. While their relationship grew to become "unhealthy" and somewhat of an "obligation," the performer insisted to Seacrest cheating had nothing to do with the split.