Getting over a breakup can be difficult, but it helps when you can count on your friends to be there for you. Hollywood BFFs Taylor Swift and Gigi Hadid are both going through breakups right now and have been leaning on each other for support.

According to E! Online, Swift and Hadid have been “confiding in each other” lately to help them move on following their splits. “They can really relate,” a source told the outlet.

As previously reported, Swift and Calvin Harris broke up after 15 months of dating. Their surprising split came just a few months after the pair took a tropical vacation together in March to celebrate their one-year anniversary. According to People magazine, there was “no drama” in their breakup. “Things just don’t work out sometimes,” a source said. “No one cheated.”

On Thursday, E! Online reported that Harris was the one to pull the plug on the romance because he was “bored” in the relationship and was hoping that the “spark” between them would return. “But it hasn’t,” a source said. “Friends were even surprised it lasted this long because of the lack of chemistry.” Even though Swift and Harris have gone their separate ways, there doesn’t seem to be any bad blood between them. The 32-year-old DJ took to Twitter to slam rumors surrounding the split, tweeting: “The only truth here is that a relationship came to an end [and] what remains is a huge amount of love and respect.”

Another Hollywood couple to call it quits this week was Hadid and former One Direction singer Zayn Malik. The former lovebirds dated for seven months before deciding to end things. According to Us Weekly, a reason for Hadid and Malik’s breakup has not been revealed, but the model was spotted out in Los Angeles Wednesday “looking like she was stressed and sad” while chatting with pal Kendall Jenner.

Taylor Swift Gigi Hadid breakups Gigi Hadid (left) and her BFF Taylor Swift have been leaning on each other following their breakups. Pictured: Gigi and Taylor with music video director Joseph Kahn during the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, Aug. 30, 2015. Photo: Getty Images