Leonardo DiCaprio and Gigi Hadid might not be the only surprise A-list actor meets A-list model couple popping up this fall. Page six reports that the rumors that Brad Pitt and the new single Emily Ratajkowski being romantically involved isn’t entirely rooted in fantasy. They are not officially dating, but they have been spending time together.
“People have been speculating about this for a while,” a Hollywood insider told the paper. “Brad isn’t dating anyone. They [Pitt and Ratajkowski] have been seen a few times together.”
The source added that Pitt has also “been seen with other people” in recent months, but that he isn’t dating anyone in particular right now. Interestingly, the source is “cryptically” added per Page six on Pitt and Emrata, “Stay tuned.” Neither star’s reps commented to the outlet when asked about the rumors.
Ratajkowski filed for divorce from her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard earlier in September after reports that he was unfaithful released in mid-July. In the middle of The Adam Levine World Cup cheating scandal last week Ratajkowski drew media attention for posting TikToks openly discussing why the other woman shouldn’t be attacked for a man’s decision to cheat on his wife.
“I’m going to try not to go out right now,” Ratajkowski said in the video, in response to a TikTok that claims “the other woman” is equally to blame for a man’s infidelity. “I just couldn’t disagree more. I don’t understand why we continue to blame women for men’s mistakes, especially when you’re talking about twenty-something women dealing with men in positions of power twice their age . The power dynamic is so skewed. It’s ridiculous, like it’s predatory, it’s manipulative, I can’t imagine it. I just don’t agree. Also, if you’re the one in a relationship, you’re the one committed to be loyal. So all other women, they’re guilty, it’s bad and it’s literally designed to keep women apart.”
“I think a huge problem in our culture right now is that we just say, ‘oh, men are monsters.’ They’re horrible. They’re horrible,'” Ratajkowski continued in another TikTok video. We don’t hold them accountable and then we blame other women. We are asking women to adapt their behavior instead of simply telling men to change their behavior. It’s sexism. It’s classic misogyny, period.”
Alyssa Bailey is senior news and strategy editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees celebrity and royal coverage (especially Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton). She has previously held positions at With style and Cosmopolitan. When she’s not working, she loves running around Central Park, getting people to take #ootd pictures of her, and exploring New York City.