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Sam Smith has a new man, which makes him off the market.

The singer is now dating British model Jay Camilleri, multiple outlets are confirming.

"They've been spending a lot of time together," a source told E! news. "They are enjoying getting to know each other. They get along really well and are having fun together."

The couple only recently started dating, but things aren't completely official, ie. they're not "Facebook official."

"They are not in an exclusive relationship as of yet," the source told E, adding that the 25-year-old model is a one man kind of guy and and most likely isn't seeing anyone else.

Sam's handsome new man knows a thing or two about being in the spotlight. In 2009 he shot to fame on the E4 TV documentary series "Dirty Sexy Things." On the show, he was described as a "bisexual party boy."

A source told the UK's The Sun, "They just started following each other on Instagram too, suggesting both are keen to do some cheeky profile-stalking. They're having fun together and are now excited to see where this leads."

The fact that Sam is involved with someone is new grounds for him. Last fall he told E! that he had never been in a relationship, saying that he didn't know how to successfully manage a personal life and a booming professional life simultaneously.

"I've never had a boyfriend so I don't really know any different, which I think is very lucky actually," Sam said. "I'm still learning on what's right and what's normal in dates."

He continued, "I think with anyone, you have to learn how to trust people and there's different challenges and hurdles in my life now but I'm trying to remain as normal as I was before."

The singer, who has now fully recovered from throat surgery, wanted to take some time off and focus on his personal life, but that just wasn't what the music Gods had in store for him.

In a February interview with Deadline, Sam revealed that he had intended to take 2016 off, but then his song "Writing's on the Wall" that was the "Spectre" theme song became Academy Award nominated.

"Obviously, the Oscars have changed stuff a little bit, because I was meant to just have the entire year off," he said. "I've learned some stuff about myself in the past few months, and the truth is, I can't take time off."