Lindsay Hubbard has moved to Nashville, Tenn., and is starting...

Lindsay Hubbard has moved to Nashville, Tenn., and is starting anew after the end of her engagement to fellow "Summer House" star Carl Radke. Credit: Getty Images / Jason Kempin

Lindsay Hubbard, a star of the Hamptons-set “Summer House,” says that while her broken engagement to fellow “Summer House” reality TV star Carl Radke was heartbreaking, she is moving on.

"I do have a new someone special,” Hubbard, 37, told “Access Hollywood” in an interview than ran online Thursday. “Yeah, he's incredible,” she continued, noting that, “I'm going to keep it as private for as long as I possibly can. My life for the last eight seasons and years has been fully out there on display — you've seen all of my romantic relationships come and go and blow up in front of everyone's face, so I don't know. I'm going to see just how long I can push this one in my own life privately.”

Her engagement to Radke had played out on last year’s season 7. Radke called off the wedding only months before it was to take place in Mexico this past November. Former public relations professional Hubbard, who now works as an influencer and reality TV star, says that months later, “I'm doing really well. I bought a house in Nashville, [Tennessee,] kind of starting a new business venture there and just living life and traveling.”

She added that as soon as this current eighth season ends, with a Thursday closer and a two-part reunion June 6 and 13, “I can finally close that chapter and put it behind me — because it’s a unique experience. Most people go through breakups, but then they don’t have to relive it for the next 10 months.”


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