Now the two added fuel to the recent romance rumors while at the after-party together in New York City on October 15th, just weeks after it was reported that the two had started dating.
Both stars painted a casual yet chic picture, with Madelyn, 25, arriving in black trousers, a long-sleeved black tee and black sneakers to match, while Pete, 29, opted for comfort after his big night of hosting in a track suit inspired look. And not only did the two arrive together, but the Outer Banks actress and Bupkis lead were also spotted holding hands as they left the party.
The new relationship comes just shortly after Madelyn and Pete were linked to other people including comedian and actress Chase Sui Wonders. Davidson and the star dated for roughly eight months until the end of August, and Madelyn confirmed she was “happily taken” back in February, amid romance rumors with singer Jackson Guthy.
Of that relationship, Madelyn told Cosmopolitan at the time, “All I know is he makes me incredibly happy. And I’ve truly never been happier, and I feel very, very empowered.”
The Glass Onion actress previously dated costar Chase Stokes before they ended things in 2021 after a year together.
Pete and Chase first found chemistry on the set of the 2022 horror film Bodies Bodies Bodies, and then again when Chase, 27, was cast as his love interest on Peacock’s Bupkis.
“[Pete and I] became fast friends on Bodies, and it was just clear that we could work together super well,” she told Nylon in May. “He’s such a pro, and acting with him is my favorite thing. As soon as I got onto Bupkis, it felt like we were flowing again.”
And that on-set chemistry also translated to their real-life romance.
“We talk about everything,” she added to the outlet, “and we are very open with each other about everything, and it feels like what’s happening in our relationship is very sacred.”
There has been no official statement from the couple seen seen together on Saturday Night Live. The program is set to continue onward now that the WGA strike has been lifted.