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When asked if he was still with the model, who he'd been linked to since March 2013 -- or as they referred to her, "the hot chick" -- Crawford said no.
"Ah, no. I'm not. I'm not," the 28-year-old said, implying that they had an amicable split around the 72-minute mark. "It's totally good. It's totally good. You have fun."
The actor said he recently relocated from New York to Los Angeles and that it's been a busy time.
Crawford deflected questions about any new romance and dutifully plugged his upcoming projects instead.
"You know what, I am traveling too much right now, you know. I'm just trying to move in [to my new place] right now. I did a couple of independent films," he said. "L.A. is different. It's definitely a different town from New York, especially for meeting people."
With a face like his, the hosts didn't think he'd have too difficult a time.
Crawford was 19 when he started on the New York-set teen soap, which ran for six seasons on the CW before wrapping up in 2012.
Since then, he's has a guest stint on "Glee" and will next appear in Joseph Mazzello's baseball flick "Undrafted," the horror film "Eloise" and the comedy "Mountain Men." Crawford is also linked to Warren Beatty's upcoming untitled project.