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Whitney Cummings Reveals Split With Peter Berg During Stand-Up Show

October 18, 2013 (8:55 am) GMT
The lovers decided to go their separate ways a couple of weeks ago and it appears to be a bad break-up.

A recent stand-up gig became the outlet for to announce her two-week-old split-up with "" director Peter Berg. The 31-year-old comedienne told her audience during her performance that she had already broken up with the 51-year-old "" producer after more than a year of dating.

"She announced it. It kind of sounded like a bad breakup -- she talked about hating guys," an eyewitness said about Cummings' announcement. Just a few months ago in July, the pair were spotted still very much in love outside the Bowery Hotel in New York.

The break-up is deemed another blow to Cummings, who in March said goodbye to her now-canceled NBC sitcom "", which she created based on her real-life experiences and comedy routines. Keeping her busy are her stand-up tour and guest appearances on her friend 's talk show "Chelsea Lately", while working as executive consultant on CBS' sitcom "", which she co-created with Michael Patrick King.

Meanwhile, Berg also has a lot on his plate to keep his mind off of his heartbreak. After wrapping up the filming for the HBO pilot of Damon Lindelof's "" starring , he is developing a sequel to "", the film adaptation of Marcus Lutrell's "" and is producing the Brett Ratner-directed action-adventure film "Hercules: The Thracian Wars" starring Dwayne "" Johnson.

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