It is over for Carrie Ann Inaba and Robb Derringer.

The "Dancing With the Stars" judge and the "Home Again" star have decided to go separate ways. A source confirmed to People that Inaba and Derringer have called off their engagement.

According to the publication, the pair has been plagued with split rumors when Inaba, 49, hosted an event for Olympic figure skater and "DWTS" alum Kristi Yamaguchi in Hawaii. The star was reportedly not wearing her ring. In addition to this, her mom, who was supposed to be her maid of honor was by her side instead of Derringer.

Also, Inaba posted a cryptic message on Instagram. "Just when I think I’ve learned the way to live, life changes," the statement reads.

According to Entertainment Tonight, Inaba and Derringer met in 2016 and got engaged in the same year. The then-couple was very much in love with each other. In fact, Saturdays were very dear to them and they initially planned to tie the knot on a Saturday.

"Saturdays are special to us because our first date was on a Saturday and we have celebrated with a toast, a visit to a beach, special date, a motorcycle adventure, or a road trip on every Saturday since," Inaba told People. "So on Saturday, we returned to the place of our first date and got engaged at the same place we shared our spontaneous and magical first date."

Derringer, 50, proposed to Inaba in December 2016 in California. According to the former "General Hospital" actor, he is a better writer than a speaker, so he expressed his feeling to his then-girlfriend through a letter. There, he wrote his dreams and hopes for them together.

"I then got down on one knee under what I will always remember as the most serene and tranquil night sky I’ve ever seen and asked my beautiful girl if she would do me the honor of being my wife, to which she thankfully replied yes," Derringer added.

Inaba was initially impressed with Derringer's proposal. In fact, she thought that his proposal was perfect.

"All alone on that beautiful beach, it was as if time stood still and we were the only two people on earth. I will never forget it. It was perfect," Inaba said. "Getting engaged where we had that perfect first date, was really such poetic destiny."

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