Pete Davidson Reportedly Leaves Netflix Golden Globes Party with Kate Beckinsale
Since Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande broke up there has been a constant watch as to whom they will date next. Ariana was spotted last week in New York with her ex Ricky Alvarez. Several weeks ago, Pete Davidson was spotted having dinner with a “mystery woman” at Carbone. She was obviously dubbed a mystery woman because at the time no one knew who she was or they did not recognize her. The visual has been maintained on both Ariana and Pete to see if these were one-off run-ins.
Pete Davidson and Machine Gun Kelly hit the Netflix Golden Globes party together the other night in grand style. They toasted champagne and networked with others before Pete reportedly ran into Kate Beckinsale. According to Page Six, “They were flirting and sipping Moët champagne.” The outlet reports according to their source, “They were outside on the patio and left together.”
Kate Beckinsale has since been identified by social media sleuths as allegedly being the “mystery woman” Pete was having dinner with at Carbone a few weeks ago. Leaving a party together after champagne doesn’t necessarily mean anything especially since Kate is 20 years older than Pete. But then again maybe it does. Stay tuned. This is one of those only time will tell situations.
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