Romance rumors are swirling about singer Dua Lipa, 27, and “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah, 38!
On Wednesday night, the two were seen having dinner together at Jamaican restaurant Miss Lily’s in New York City’s East Village in photos obtained by DailyMail.com!
An eyewitness told the outlet, “They were quietly sat away from everyone else at [the] restaurant. It was clear they were into each other and sat close together throughout the meal. They left together and walked, stopping for long embraces."
For their night out, Dua opted for a black leather blazer, plunging top, and baggy jeans. Trevor sported a green military-style jacket, tee, and jeans.
The pair were photographed sharing a hug and kiss before they went their separate ways.
Another insider told Page Six that Dua and Trevor are in the "early stages" of getting to know each other.
The dating rumors comes just months after news broke about Trevor’s split with actress Minka Kelly.
In May, a source told Us Weekly that Trevor and Minka “have been broken up for a while.” The insider insisted, “There is no ill will and everything is amicable between them.”
Dua called it quits with Anwar Hadid in December after more than two years of dating. At the time, a source told People magazine, “Dua and Anwar are currently taking a break from their relationship and are spending time apart. They're figuring things out right now."
The two were already apart heading up to their reported breakup, with her recording new music in Los Angeles while he was staying in NYC.
Another big hint that they split… Dua seems to be spending time with her friends during the holidays. She recently posted a series of photos of herself with friends, including one of herself wearing a white bikini. She captioned the post, “JOLLY GOOOOOD🎄.”
Hours after photos of Trevor and Dua hit the web, he announced his shocking exit as the host of "The Daily Show" after seven years with the long-running series.
"My time is up," Trevor told a studio audience Thursday. "It's not instant, I'm not disappearing — don't worry."
In a five-minute farewell speech, Noah said, "I've loved hosting the show. It's been one of my greatest challenges, it's been one of my greatest joys."
Saying he and his viewers have laughed and cried together and weathered everything from the Trump presidency to the pandemic, he said there are other parts of his life he hoped to go back to exploring.
"I miss learning other languages, I miss going to other countries and putting on shows, I miss just being everywhere doing everything."
He expressed his profound gratitude to everyone who has helped him along the way, ending by saying, "Thank you very much — you've made this one of the best experiences of my life."