Channing Tatum & Zoë Kravitz Spotted 'All Over Each Other' After Met Gala

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Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum were spotted in a tree (aka a Met Gala after party) K-I-S-S-I-N-G (aka showing some serious PDA)

If 18 months into a global pandemic has you yearning for fantasies beyond Zoom calls and wondering whether or not those around you are fully vaccinated, look no further than Hollywood’s hottest new romance between Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum — a steamy couple who apparently can’t keep their hands off of each other these days.

The pair have reportedly been dating for months now, but it wasn’t until last month that they began popping up on walks in New York City, inciting so much titillation among the local women that Tatum even had Brooklyn moms organizing a text chain to track him down.

No word on whether or not they succeeded in their mission, but one thing we do know is that Tatum and his new love did make their first official public appearance together… sort of. They both attended the Met Gala, and while fans were bummed they didn’t walk the famed red carpet together, some eagle-eyed onlookers were lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the two actors together at an after party, where they apparently “did not take their hands off of each other.”

The couple was captured walking side-by-side at the event, albeit briefly, but it seems the after party is where things really went down. An anonymous source told People they both attended the “exclusive” Cincoro Tequila Met Gala after party hosted by Alicia Keys where they seemingly got hella handsy with one another. Fellow guests of the fête included A-listers like Cincoro co-founder Michael Jordan, Leonardo DiCaprio, Queen Latifah, Serena and Venus Williams, Elon Musk, Ciara, Timbaland, Gabrielle Union, and others. Another source told E! News they were “all over each other, kissing, dancing. They are the cutest couple.”

So yeah, basically, if you’re showing some PDA among some of the most famous humans on the planet, it seems like things are pretty official.

Neither Kravitz nor Tatum have commented on their rumored relationship, but they are working together on the upcoming Pussy Island (great name, BTW), which Kravitz not only stars in but is also directing, marking her directorial debut. And Tatum did share the first-ever Instagram photo of them together after the Met Gala…kind of. When party host Keys shared a gallery of photos from the buzzy night — including a picture of herself with Tatum and Kravitz — he shared it to his Instagram Stories, writing, “This night! No body wanted to trifle with us on the dance floor music and vibe was next level. Thank you @aliciakeys.”

While we might have to wait until 2022 to see their chemistry on the big screen, for now, this is the sexy Hollywood courtship our hearts need right now. Go forth and prosper, you gorgeous human beings.