Jordin Sparks Steps Out After Jason Derulo Split

Jason Derulo and Jordin Sparks, 2012.
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Jason Derulo and Jordin Sparks arrive at the 11th season finale of "American Idol" in Los Angeles, California, May 23, 2012. 

Jordin Sparks just wants to have fun.

After it was revealed on Thursday (Sept. 25) she and Jason Derulo broke up, the singer stepped out Friday (Sept. 26) to attend the Catalina Film Festival premiere of "Left Behind." Sparks even brought a very special date along for the night: Lance Bass. Sparks stars in "Left Behind" alongside Nicolas Cage and Lea Thompson.

In addition to the film premiere, she's also been keeping busy on social media and in the studio working on new music, her follow-up to 2009's Battlefield.

Derulo has kept a lower profile, however he did Instagram a quote he gave to ABC News regarding rumors that the couple split because of infidelity.

"Though I think it is a private matter and intended to keep my break-up Jordin personal, due to bogus and irresponsible lies being reported by insensitive media outlets it became necessary for me to comment," Derulo told ABC News. "I spent three great years with Jordin and she is one of the most amazing people that I have ever met. But as in all relationships there are ups and downs and at this time we have decided to amicably part. Infidelity, cheating or deceit played no part in our relationship or our break-up, and I hope that people respect our privacy as we move forward with our lives."


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