It was just last month that the devastating rumours first started, as disappointed fans everywhere learned that their Internet boyfriend, Noah Centineo, was dating YouTuber Alexis Ren. Sorry to be the bearers of bad news, but it’s now official: you can scratch Centineo off your list, because he’s spoken for.
Noah and Alexis showed up at UNICEF Masquerade Ball in West Hollywood on Saturday where they posed for pics with their arms around one another, confirming the that the rumours were indeed true. Alexis looked gorge in a shimmery silvery dress that matched Noah’s mask, which when it wasn’t on his face was atop the buzz cut we’re all still trying to get used to.
Their first public couple-y outing actually comes a few months after the rumours started. Us Weekly reported last month that the star of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and the Sports Illustrated model and Dancing With the Stars alum were an item, after an eyewitness saw him pick her up at the airport in Palm Beach, Florida, back in May. “He was waiting for her at baggage claim,” said the source. “He kissed her on the head, [and] they were holding hands and hugging,” adding it was “very clear that they were together.” Then fast-forward to September when Noah and Alexis were seen leaving a restaurant in West Hollywood with a group of people. “As he walked away, he wrapped his arm around [Ren] and kissed the side of her forehead and kept her in a tight side-hug as they walked to the valet,” revealed the onlooker. “It looked pretty lovey to me.”
While they made their red carpet debut, Noah and Alexis have yet to go Instagram official, which is a little surprising in this day and age, considering their ages (23 and 22, respectively).
Ren’s last boyfriend was her DWTS partner, Alan Bersten, but they broke up in December 2018 because of busy schedules and never being in the same place at the same time for very long.
Centineo previously dated actresses Angeline Appel and Kelli Berglund. The busy actor can be seen next in the Charlie’s Angels reboot. He’s also working on the To All the Boys sequels and is set to headline Masters of the Universe as He-Man, which is scheduled to hit theatres in March 2021.