If you thought Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Jerry Ferrara were going to last, you can just fuhgeddaboudit.
The two, who had been dating since October 2008, have decided to go their separate ways, according to a source close to the "Sopranos" actress.
Rumors started swirling when Sigler showed up solo for last Tuesday's screening of "It's Complicated" at the W Hotel in L.A.
"She came with a few girlfriends, and they drank wine all night. They looked like they were having a good time," a partygoer dished, confirming that Ferrara was nowhere in sight.
Sigler was next spotted out and about over the weekend in NYC with longtime pal Lance Bass. The two stopped by Susan Sarandon's Ping-Pong bar Spin in Gramercy on Thursday night and went shopping together in the Meatpacking District on Friday. Later that night, they checked out "Burn the Floor," which stars Bass' former "Dancing With the Stars" cohorts Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Kym Johnson.
"Lance is a really good friend to Jamie," the source says. "He's been helping her out and giving her good advice."
A partygoer at Spin noticed that Jamie-Lynn looked like she was having a blast with her bud.
"They were playing Ping-Pong and laughing, and it didn't seem like she was sad or anything was wrong. Lance was being really funny and entertaining her."
Our source says Sigler is indeed distressed about the split - which the snitch says was mutual - but adds that she's going to be just fine. "It came at a good time for Jamie-Lynn. She was coming home to New York for the holidays anyway, and she wanted to do her own thing for a little while and definitely be out of Hollywood."
Meanwhile, Ferrara spent his weekend gallivanting in L.A. - a spy inside West Hollywood hot spot Voyeur saw the HBO star enjoying himself on Saturday night with Kevin Connolly and quite a large female "Entourage."
"Kevin and Jerry arrived around 11 with a group of girls," a source inside the club said. "They were dancing and hanging out and didn't leave until after 2 a.m."
No word on whether Ferrara, who is originally from Brooklyn, will be coming home for the holidays as well ... but let's hope this city is big enough for the both of them.