Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Rodriguez and Delevingne are dating

Cara Delevingne is dating Michelle Rodriguez

Michelle Rodriguez has confirmed she and Cara Delevingne are an item.

The 35-year-old actress and the 21-year-old model are thought to have been dating for six weeks since they were introduced in Los Angeles and were recently pictured snuggling up together at a basketball game.

Now Michelle, who has joined Cara in London for fashion week, has told The Daily Mirror: "It's going really well. She's so cool. When we started hanging out I just thought she was awesome, and we have the best time together. She's hard though. You wouldn't want to mess with her in a fight."

The Fast & Furious actress attended the Bafta awards on her own, revealing "Cara's at her own fashion week party tonight, so doing her own thing."

But the next day, after Cara stole the spotlight at the Burberry show with her CJD printed shawl, the pair were spotted attending a secret Prince gig together at Ronnie Scott's jazz club in Soho.

The pair stumbled out of the club looking bleary eyed after the show, with barefoot Cara carrying her shoes.

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