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After nearly 10 years and two kids together, The Talk co-host Sara Gilbert left her longtime partner Allison Adler for rocker Linda Perry, and Radar has exclusively learned their recent marriage has left the ex angry and heartbroken. Things weren’t moving in a downhill direction, so Allison was actually surprised when they broke up,” an insider told Radar.
Publicly splitting in in August 2011, Gilbert, 39, quickly moved on with Perry, 48, and the two were spotted holding hands just months later — but the insider insists the budding relationship was the reason for her breakup with Adler, 46, in the first place. PHOTOS: Sarah Gilbert Hits The Park With Her Adorable Daughter “It was really hurtful for Allison to basically lose Sara to Linda.
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Gilbert noted at the end of her confession that she had given Galecki a heads up that she would be discussing this on , and he offered to come on the show to hold her hand while she did it.) The former child star, now 38 and engaged to Linda Perry, noted that Galecki never betrayed her trust by telling anyone what she had told him -- but she lived in fear anyway.
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"So I'll try to act confident or I'll make jokes about it, but there's still a piece of me that goes, ' Well, what is this costing me in career?
'" She continued: "And it's not that I'm not thrilled to be who I am and so grateful to have the life that I have, because I really am.