Shawn Mendes and Sabrina Carpenter have been hanging out a lot amid dating reports
Shawn Mendes and Sabrina Carpenter’s blossoming romance is really happening, a source said Fun tonight. The singers who both participated Vanity FairAt the Oscar party, but they posed separately on the red carpet, they have been spending time together for weeks. “Shawn and Sabrina are dating,” the source said. “They hung out a lot and tried to keep things low key. They were together at a birthday party a couple of weeks ago and they were cute together. Shawn is happy.”
The source also clarified that despite dating rumors for nearly a year, Mendes has never really been in a relationship with his 51-year-old chiropractor, Dr. Jocelyne Miranda. “He never dated Dr. Jocelyn Miranda and there was never any romance between them,” the source said.
Mendes and Carpenter were photographed together in Los Angeles in late February. The sighting comes days after unverified celebrity gossip Instagram DeuxMoi shared that they were seen dating in mid-February.
Mendes has been publicly single since breaking up with his then-girlfriend of two years, Camila Cabello, in November 2021. Last April, she spoke about how the breakup had changed her support system.
“I think for me, a lot of it was about giving myself a lot of grace, you know, and not being too hard on myself about feelings and being good and being myself. not good, he said. “I think a big thing for me was realizing that I have so many people in my life that I can lean on. I don’t have to blame all my difficulties on just one person. And I think so, it was a huge thing. That was it, I learned how to trust my friends again, how to trust my family, how to trust the people around me in my life. Instead of only calling one person, I now have six people to call, and I want to even that out. And just like that, there were a lot of deep breaths and I said to myself, ‘You’re good, man,’ you know? “You got this.” Like everything is fine.”
“And I’m really trying to be a stabilizing force for myself,” she added. “I think it’s a mix of the two, like you, you can’t just isolate yourself and say, ‘I’m going to deal with this alone,’ because eventually it will come back. But at the same time, you have to be able to take a deep breath in those moments and say, “I understand. We’re good.”
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