It looks like Justin Bieber might have found himself some new company.
The singer is reportedly dating Hailee Steinfeld and they were photographed together yesterday in New York City after the Met Gala. Though the "Sorry" singer did not attend the lavish party like he has in previous years and the actress walked the red carpet solo, the pair met up after the big event and were spotted having a chat on a couch together.
TMZ's sources are saying they have been seeing each other for a little over a month, which is a long time compared to Justin's recent flings. And he might have been dropping hints about their union since last month.
Justin was photographed inside of a car seemingly Facetiming Hailee, who he met after being reconnected by their mutual pastor from their church, Carl Lentz. This is not the first time they met, since Hailee is part of the Taylor Swift squad with Justin's ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, and the trio has actually been photographed together in the past.
Yikes! If this report is actually true, things could get a bit messy since the two girls are known to be friendly in the past and part of the same clique. Then again, Selena and her new boyfriend The Weeknd made their debut at the Met Gala's red carpet on May 1 and they looked completely unbothered.
A source told Gossip Cop that the two are "just friends" and that the TMZ report is false. "Steinfeld and Bieber are friends, but they are absolutely not a couple. A mutual pal or ours and the actress exclusively tells us there’s 'zero truth, none whatsoever' to the claim Steinfeld and Bieber are dating," the source said.
There most likely is no truth to this rumor since Hailee has been dating her boyfriend Cameron Smoller for quite some time and just this week he shared a photo of them together, even though she has not posted anything BF-related since March 23.
Who knows? It would be pretty insane for Hailee to date Justin after his long on and off relationship with one of her friends, and we wonder how Hailey Baldwin will feel about him dating a girl with a similar name.
This story originally appeared on our sister site J-14 magazine.