Pete Davidson and Michelle Yeoh spark dating rumors after Met Gala appearance

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People are convinced that Pete Davidson has a new lady in his life - none other than Oscar-winning actress Michelle Yeoh.

Ever since his short-lived engagement to Ariana Grande, the comic, 29, has been linked to a host of beautiful and accomplished women.

After just weeks of dating, Davidson proposed to the 'Thank U, Next' songstress in 2018, ending their relationship just months later.

He then went on to date Kate Beckinsale, Margaret Qualley, Kaia Gerber, Olivia O’Brien, Phoebe Dynevor, Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski.

Most recently, the former SNL star has been linked to his Bodies, Bodies, Bodies co-star Chase Sui Wonders.

The two were first seen together at dinner in December 2022. However, it wasn't until the following month that the pair appeared to confirm their romance as they were pictured holding hands and kissing at Universal Studios Hollywood.

While there has been no news of the relatively new couple being on the rocks, some fans are speculating that Wonders has already been replaced by the 60-year-old Crazy Rich Asians actress. And this is all because the two were pictured together arm in arm as they arrived at last night's Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

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One person wrote: "I can't believe Pete Davidson is dating Michelle Yeoh."

Another convinced Twitter user penned: "Pete Davidson and Michelle Yeoh dating confirmed."

A third remarked: "Pete Davidson and Michelle Yeoh make red carpet debut as a couple."

This infuriated user chimed in to write: "WHAT THE F*** IS DOING PETE DAVIDSON WITH MICHELLE YEOH GET A JOB STAY AWAY FROM HER."

A final user agreed: "Michelle please don’t."

But perhaps we shouldn't get ahead of ourselves because the reality is the two actors are set to star alongside each other in the upcoming action movie Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, per Variety. So it's likely they're no more than co-workers.

In any case, it appears that Davidson isn't too happy about the years worth of speculation by both the media and fans as to who he is dating.

In fact, he even recently revealed that the degrading comments people make when he is linked to some of Hollywood's most beautiful women make him feel like a "loser".

Speaking to The Walking Dead star Jon Bernthal on his Real Ones podcast, the Meet Cute actor said: "I'm in my twenties and I've dated people. And for some reason, that's very crazy and interesting to people."

"I don't think it's interesting," he continued. "I've been in show business for, like, half my life almost — for 14 or 15 years and on a national TV show. In 12 years I've dated 10 people. I don't think that's that crazy, but to some people, that's very interesting. That became all anyone would talk about."

Davidson went on to tell Bernthal that he had never strongly pursued any of the women he had dated recently - he simply met them through work.

"I'm not, like, flexing, you know what I mean? And these people that I've dated, I met them at work," he added. "I wasn't in anyone's DMs, no one was in mine. I worked at one of the five Hollywood epicenters of where you meet people and that's how it happened."

Davidson also shared that he regrets the fact that his love life has taken attention away from his work in show business.

"Suddenly you're in this zeitgeist and that has nothing to do with the work," he explained. "And that's a really s***** feeling. I became more known before the work was there, but I was always working."

"I'm cool with the joke. I get the late-night jokes," he said, adding though that it has now gotten a bit too much.

"When your own show [makes fun of you]," he explained, "I'd be sitting in the back watching the cold open and — the cold open [is] topical, political humor, whatever's in the culture. And then, making fun of you. Then you've gotta walk out and do a sketch next and hit your mark and the show just made fun of you. So, why are they gonna laugh at you? Like, they just dogged you in front of everyone... And you're like, 'I'm a f****** loser, man.'"

Featured image credit: Jennifer Graylock / Alamy

Pete Davidson and Michelle Yeoh spark dating rumors after Met Gala appearance

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By VT

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People are convinced that Pete Davidson has a new lady in his life - none other than Oscar-winning actress Michelle Yeoh.

Ever since his short-lived engagement to Ariana Grande, the comic, 29, has been linked to a host of beautiful and accomplished women.

After just weeks of dating, Davidson proposed to the 'Thank U, Next' songstress in 2018, ending their relationship just months later.

He then went on to date Kate Beckinsale, Margaret Qualley, Kaia Gerber, Olivia O’Brien, Phoebe Dynevor, Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski.

Most recently, the former SNL star has been linked to his Bodies, Bodies, Bodies co-star Chase Sui Wonders.

The two were first seen together at dinner in December 2022. However, it wasn't until the following month that the pair appeared to confirm their romance as they were pictured holding hands and kissing at Universal Studios Hollywood.

While there has been no news of the relatively new couple being on the rocks, some fans are speculating that Wonders has already been replaced by the 60-year-old Crazy Rich Asians actress. And this is all because the two were pictured together arm in arm as they arrived at last night's Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

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Credit: Sipa US / Alamy

One person wrote: "I can't believe Pete Davidson is dating Michelle Yeoh."

Another convinced Twitter user penned: "Pete Davidson and Michelle Yeoh dating confirmed."

A third remarked: "Pete Davidson and Michelle Yeoh make red carpet debut as a couple."

This infuriated user chimed in to write: "WHAT THE F*** IS DOING PETE DAVIDSON WITH MICHELLE YEOH GET A JOB STAY AWAY FROM HER."

A final user agreed: "Michelle please don’t."

But perhaps we shouldn't get ahead of ourselves because the reality is the two actors are set to star alongside each other in the upcoming action movie Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, per Variety. So it's likely they're no more than co-workers.

In any case, it appears that Davidson isn't too happy about the years worth of speculation by both the media and fans as to who he is dating.

In fact, he even recently revealed that the degrading comments people make when he is linked to some of Hollywood's most beautiful women make him feel like a "loser".

Speaking to The Walking Dead star Jon Bernthal on his Real Ones podcast, the Meet Cute actor said: "I'm in my twenties and I've dated people. And for some reason, that's very crazy and interesting to people."

"I don't think it's interesting," he continued. "I've been in show business for, like, half my life almost — for 14 or 15 years and on a national TV show. In 12 years I've dated 10 people. I don't think that's that crazy, but to some people, that's very interesting. That became all anyone would talk about."

Davidson went on to tell Bernthal that he had never strongly pursued any of the women he had dated recently - he simply met them through work.

"I'm not, like, flexing, you know what I mean? And these people that I've dated, I met them at work," he added. "I wasn't in anyone's DMs, no one was in mine. I worked at one of the five Hollywood epicenters of where you meet people and that's how it happened."

Davidson also shared that he regrets the fact that his love life has taken attention away from his work in show business.

"Suddenly you're in this zeitgeist and that has nothing to do with the work," he explained. "And that's a really s***** feeling. I became more known before the work was there, but I was always working."

"I'm cool with the joke. I get the late-night jokes," he said, adding though that it has now gotten a bit too much.

"When your own show [makes fun of you]," he explained, "I'd be sitting in the back watching the cold open and — the cold open [is] topical, political humor, whatever's in the culture. And then, making fun of you. Then you've gotta walk out and do a sketch next and hit your mark and the show just made fun of you. So, why are they gonna laugh at you? Like, they just dogged you in front of everyone... And you're like, 'I'm a f****** loser, man.'"

Featured image credit: Jennifer Graylock / Alamy