Happy to be back on the market.
Real estate agent-turned-reality TV star Tyler Stanaland is not exactly sulking after his marriage of two years to wife Brittany Snow ended recently.
A source exclusively tells Page Six that the “Selling the OC” star, 33, was seen acting “really happy” on the same day he and Snow, 36, confirmed their split to the public.
The insider says, in fact, that the rising reality star appeared concerned at the time with whether or not his new Netflix show would be getting a second season.
“It seems like he wanted fame like Snow,” the source adds.
Stanaland and Snow said in a joint statement on Sept. 14 that they had made the “difficult decision to separate.”
“This decision was made with love and mutual respect for one another,” they explained. “We started this journey as best friends and our relationship will continue to be a priority not only for us but for our dog Charlie.”
Although the former couple also asked for “privacy” as they “navigate” this new chapter, we’re told Stanaland has been hitting the town looking for a new lady.
A separate source says the blue-eyed hunk was at a bar called Wild Goose two weekends ago, where he was spotted “hitting on girls the whole night.”
A few days later, Stanaland was also seen getting cozy with his co-stars Alex Hall and Polly Brindle at sushi restaurant SOTA in Corona del Mar.
In photos obtained by TMZ, the Netflix star can be seen taking a sniff at Hall’s arm.
The pair have been under fire for their behavior on “Selling the OC” – like cuddling on the beach – which took place while Stanaland was still married.
However, Hall, 33, exclusively told us recently that she “would do it again,” adding, “I don’t regret that.”
A source tells us that the flirting has continued even after filming for the show wrapped, and that Hall was allegedly “all over” Stanaland at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards in late August.
On Tuesday, Stanaland was seen still in good spirits as he prepared to go surfing with a blonde gal pal.
The former pro surfer was previously criticized for stating on “Selling the OC” that surfing was his “first love” ahead of his then-wife and dog, who were tied for second place.
Stanaland did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
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