Why did Nikki Glaser and Chris Convy break up? 'MTV Awards' anchor joked she looked for a girl for him to have sex
'Most relationships don't last, and most TV shows don't last. It softens the brunt when those things blow up,' Nikki had said of her breakup
Nikki Glaser is set to host MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted in her true comedic style and when that happens, expect nothing but fireworks. The two-night takeover will air on MTV at 9/8c.
While viewers look forward to a fun program, Glaser shared how "pumped" she was to headline the event. Before we jump into what one can expect from the evening, let's take a quick look at Glaser's personal life and by that we mean relationships. She is someone who likes to keep things private, which is why it struck as odd when she opened up about her ex-boyfriend Chris Convy.
Why did Glaser and Convy break up?
The couple broke up in 2016 but kept the reason for their split under the wrap. They made a few red carpet appearances and created one whole show together, but that was the extent of her relationship. "I was prepared to lose [not safe] at some point," she told Buffalo News shortly after they called time on their story and added: "Just like I was prepared to lose my boyfriend. Most relationships don't last, and most TV shows don't last. It softens the brunt when those things blow up."
During a Comedy Central segment, Nikki Glaser joked that she was on the show find her ex a new girl and promptly began interviewing the girls on set. "I am here today to find a girl for my boyfriend to have sex with." That was the last she mentioned of Convy. There has been no update since.
In other news, Glaser has been a performer. She is funny and entertaining, which makes her a great fit as an anchor. But, hosting the award show will also mean she will get to amp up the reach of her daily show — 'The Nikki Glaser Podcast' — that was launched in March 2021. Previously, she has hosted, co-created, and produced shows such as 'Not Safe with Nikki Glaser' for Comedy Central and 'Nikki & Sara Live' for MTV.
"Very pumped to be hosting a new annual @mtv awards show this May 17th. We’re celebrating all things unscripted. Ironically, it will be scripted, but I promise it will be funny. The team I have making it with me are the funniest. DVR NOW," she wrote on Instagram recently.
Catch more of Nikki when the award ceremony returns on May 17. For more information, check your local listings.