JASON Sudeikis spoke candidly about his split from Olivia Wilde and her rebound with Harry Styles.
In an emotional new interview with GQ, he admitted having had the "opportunity to hit a rock bottom" has only made him stronger.
Jason said of coming to terms with his break up from Olivia: "I'll have a better understanding of why in a year, and an even better one in two, and an even greater one in five, and it'll go from being, you know, a book of my life to becoming a chapter to a paragraph to a line to a word to a doodle."
"That's an experience that you either learn from or make excuses about. You take some responsibility for it, hold yourself accountable for what you do, but then also endeavor to learn something beyond the obvious from it."
Jason told GQ he and Olivia, who whom he shares two children, broke off their seven- year-engagement in November 2020.
Two months later Olivia was seen holding hands with Harry Styles, after the two worked together on her movie, Don't Worry Darling.
Meanwhile, Jason won a Golden Globe Award last year for his title role in the series, Ted Lasso.
His character is also going through a divorce, although Jason noted: "And yet one has nothing to do with the other.
"That's the crazy thing. Everything that happened in season one was based on everything that happened prior to season one. Like, a lot of it three years prior. You know what I mean? The story's bigger than that, I hope. And anything I've gone through, other people have gone through. That's one of the nice things, right? So it's humbling in that way."
Since going through his breakup, Jason has been linked to actress and model, Keeley Hazel, who also appeared in Ted Lasso, and he said of moving on: "I think it was really neat. I think if you have the opportunity to hit a rock bottom, however you define that, you can become 412 bones or you can land like an Avenger. I personally have chosen to land like an Avenger."
Jason went on: "I don't know. It's just how I landed. It doesn't mean when you blast back up you're not going to run into a bunch of s–t and have to, you know, fight things to get back to the heights that you were at, but I'd take that over 412 bones anytime.
"But there is power in creating 412 bones! Because we all know that a bone, up to a certain age, when it heals, it heals stronger.
"So, I mean, it's not to knock anybody that doesn't land like an Avenger. Because there's strength in that too."
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