Pete Davidson and Emily Ratajkowski went to a basketball game together, which started dating rumors again. This time, it was about their relationship.
A few weeks after being photographed holding hands in the hallway of a Brooklyn building, the former SNL star and model went on a date to Madison Square Garden to watch the New York Knicks play the Memphis Grizzlies. Davidson wore a blue Sinclair velour tracksuit for the romantic evening, while the model opted for a chocolate brown North Face puffer, light blue jeans, and green snakeskin boots. The couple was seated courtside between Ben Stiller and his wife Christine Taylor and singer Jordin Sparks and her husband Dana Isaiah, so this was not exactly a low-key date. At one point, the game announcer also yelled that Davidson was in attendance that evening, referring to him as “Pete Davis,” but neglected to mention that Ratajkowski was also present.
A source confirmed to People that Emily continues to spend time with Pete, indicating that their two-week relationship is still going strong. They continued, “She finds him charming and humorous. He is a passionate individual who plans fantastic dates. Emily continues to take things slowly. She is fascinated and flattered Davidson and Ratajkowski were photographed celebrating the Bodies Bodies Bodies actor’s 29th birthday together, exchanging gifts, just days after rumors that the two had begun dating surfaced earlier this month. According to a source for Us Weekly, “Pete and Emily have been talking for a few months” and are “in the very early stages, but both are very interested in each other.” They noted, “Pete enjoys Emily’s intelligence and enjoys making her laugh.”
Despite the fact that the two stars are enjoying each other’s company, it does not appear that Ratajkowski is in a hurry to get into a serious relationship again, as she is still going through a divorce from her four-year husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard. In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar last month, she stated, “I have never been single before. I experience every emotion. I feel anger, sadness. I feel excitement. I feel joy. I feel levity. Every day is unique. The only good thing I am aware of is that I am experiencing all of these emotions, which is nice because it gives me hope that I will be okay.” Prior to her marriage, the model stated, “It was difficult for me to go on a date with someone and determine whether or not I liked them. I would have pondered how they perceived me, what it meant, what they wanted from me, and what it meant for my sense of self-worth.” However, “I no longer have that. It’s now a lot of fun to go to dinner with someone and say, “Cool. I thoroughly enjoyed these portions. I actually disliked these other sections.'”